Sundance Butch And Me Real Women Of The American West Book 2
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✏Sundance Butch and Me Real Women of the American West Book 2 Book Summary : Her name is Martha Baird. Most know her as Etta Place, the fearless woman who rides with notorious outlaws Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid. Told in Etta's voice, "Sundance, Butch and Me" is history transformed. From daring train robberies and hair-raising escapes from the law, to her attraction to Sundance and love for Butch, experience the drama, passion, and adventure of the American West’s most legendary woman. REVIEWS "...a realistic portrayal of historic events that touches the imagination and stirs the spirit." ~The Literary Times "...meticulously researched... a skillful first-person narrative." ~Publishers Weekly REAL WOMEN OF THE AMERICAN WEST, in series order Libbie Sundance, Butch and Me Cherokee Rose
📒Libbie Real Women Of The American West Book 1 ✍ Judy Alter
✏Libbie Real Women of the American West Book 1 Book Summary : Her name is Elizabeth Bacon Custer, but her friends call her Libbie. The newly-wedded wife of General George Armstrong Custer, Libbie is small and delicate, accustom to the "finer things in life," seemingly unfit for the rigors of army life. But she refuses to be separated from the man she loves. Here is her story, a first-person narrative based on three books written by the real-life Libbie and surviving correspondence. Experience her sacrifices and hair-raising adventures, the hijinx Autie (the nickname Libbie gave to her husband) played on her, regretted flirtations, and a rare and remarkable love that would not be tamed. REVIEWS: "A wondrous, intimate story of an unsung heroine of the West." ~Romantic Times "Rings authentically true.... Brilliant and memorable.... Kudos to Ms. Alter for a refreshingly unique story." ~Affair de Coeur "Libbie is probably the book Mrs. Custer would have written had she not been determined to protect her husband's name." ~Elmer Kelton REAL WOMEN OF THE AMERICAN WEST, in series order Libbie Sundance, Butch and Me Cherokee Rose Jessie
📒The Second Battle Of The Alamo ✍ Judy Alter
✏The Second Battle of the Alamo Book Summary : By 1900, the tale of the 300 Texians who died in the 1836 battle of the Alamo had already become legend. But to corporate interests in the growing City of San Antonio, the land where that blood was shed was merely a desirable plot of land across the street from new restaurants and hotels, with only a few remaining crumbling buildings to tell the tale. When two women, Adina Emilia De Zavala, the granddaughter of the first vice-president of the Texas Republic, and Clara Driscoll, the daughter of one of Texas’s most prominent ranch families and first bankers, learned of the plans, they hatched a plan to preserve the site—and in doing so, they reinvigorated both the legend and lore of the Alamo and cemented the site’s status as hallowed ground. These two strong-willed, pioneering women were very different, but the story of how they banded together and how the Alamo became what it is today despite those differences, is compelling reading for those interested in Texas history and Texas’s larger-than-life personality.
📒Miss Etta A Novel ✍ Deanna Lynn Sletten
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📒Lone Rider From Texas ✍ Peter Dawson
✏Lone Rider from Texas Book Summary : Each of these seven stories embodies the dramatic struggles that made the AmeriCA frontier so unique and its people the stuff of legends.
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📒The Writers Directory ✍ Miranda H. Ferrara
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📒Western Movie References In American Literature ✍ Henryk Hoffmann
✏Western Movie References in American Literature Book Summary : References to western movies scattered over some 250 works by more than 130 authors constitute the subject matter of this book, arranged in an encyclopedic format. The entries are distributed among western movies, television series, big screen and television actors, western writers, directors and miscellaneous topics related to the genre. The data cover films from The Great Train Robbery (1903) to No Country for Old Men (2007) and the entries include many western film milestones (from The Aryan through Shane to Unforgiven), television classics (Gunsmoke, Bonanza) and great screen cowboys of both “A” and “B” productions.
📒Borderlands ✍ Jane Candia Coleman
✏Borderlands Book Summary : A riveting collection of nine short stories, capturing the excitement of the Old West, takes readers on a journey to the various borderlands where stories of bravery, adventure, and peril emerge. Reprint.