The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 43, July 1939 - April, 1940 Page: 341
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The Autobiography of Andrew Davis 341
to help build anything needed, then look at the large and expen-
sive school building with other large improvements in the home
and large farm interests, its parallel cannot be found. But these
improvements, as great as they were, are not the things that most
indicate his greatness. His greatness is found in the mental de-
velopment of the men and women he educated, and still in the
moral impression of his own mental and moral traits he made
upon them and also upon the age in which he lived. His life has
entered into the very texture, the web and woof of Texas History.
Yes, Rev. J. W. P. McKenzie still lives. 'He being dead, yet he
speaketh.' Blessed name forevermore."
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