Watterson Folk of Bastrop County, Texas

By: D. L. Vest; Joseph W. Schmitz [Foreword]

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Dark tape marks on endpapers but no sticky residue. Light foxing on first and last pages. Small stains on outside page edges. Inside pages clean and binding is tight.This is the history of the people who came as settlers who shared a common lot, settled, lived, loved, fought, died, and were buried in the small region bounded by the four creeks. This is the story of a dozen or so families and many individuals who journeyed to the frontier, lived near one another, attended the same schools, an worshipped in the same churches. They brought their goods from the same country store and sold their produce to the same buyer. They worked together and they played together. They spoke of living up on high Walnut, over on Cedar, down on Sandy, or across on Piney. They are a small bit of Texas.

Title: Watterson Folk of Bastrop County, Texas

Author Name: D. L. Vest; Joseph W. Schmitz [Foreword]

Categories: Texana Western,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: Texian Press: 1963-01-01

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Collectible: Very Good

Type: Hardcover

Seller ID: b2-2-1815

Keywords: Texas history small towns ranches pioneers settlers,