The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 79, July 1975 - April, 1976 Page: 286
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My Eighty Years in Texas
By William Physick Zuber
Edited by Janis Boyle Mayfield
With Notes and an Introduction by Llerena Friend
"An interesting and valuable reminiscence by a man who participated
directly in Texas history from the early 1830's to the end of the first
decade of the 1900's. .... a must for Texas History and Civil War history
"Zuber's memoirs constitute a valuable contribution to the history of the
state and the South."--Journal of Southern History $3.50
No Quittin' Sense
By the Reverend C. C. White and Ada Morehead Holland
Set in the Piney Woods country of East Texas, this is the story of the
remarkable Reverend C. C. White, who, for more than forty years, waged
a one-man war on poverty.
Winner of the Carr P. Collins Award given by the Texas Institute of
Letters for the best Texas nonfiction book published in 1969. ". .. one of
the most delightful books published in recent years."-Fort Worth Star-
University of Texas Press
Box 7819, Austin 78712
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