The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 50, July 1946 - April, 1947 Page: 366
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366 Southwestern Historical Quarterly
cemetery. Her memory lives in the heart of her niece, who, who
learned to love her despite her faults, in the fond memory of ry of
her cowhands, in the admiration of the bankers with whom she m she
did business, and in the stories of her strong will and great great
spirit which brighten many a dinner table in Texas today. today.
There can be no denying that she was not only a gallant frontier ontier
Texas woman in the cattle trade but also a pioneer among tmong
women in the field of finance-a character so colorful and varied varied
that she has become almost a legend less than thirty years years
after her death.
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