2 edition of Early rural Texas seen through a knothole found in the catalog.
Early rural Texas seen through a knothole
Mildred W. Abshier
|Statement||by Mildred W. Abshier ; illustrations and cover design by Thomas M. Shelton.|
|LC Classifications||F392.W25 A27 1989|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 155 p. :|
|Number of Pages||155|
|LC Control Number||90142307|
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In The Land of Cotton explores plantation culture in East Texas Author: Samantha Beckett. RURAL LIFE IN TEXAS Between and nearly all Texans lived on farms or ranches. During this time, the number of farms grew f to alm Since land was available and inexpensive, many Texans farmed or raised cattle on their own land rather than working for someone else.
Many farmers in Texas focused on growing food crops. So buck-toothed she could eat corn through a picket fence. So bowlegged he couldn’t catch a pig in a ditch. So cross-eyed he can stand up in the middle of the week and see two Sundays. Although most travelers in early Texas wrote favorably of the inhabitants, one memorable exception was famed urban landscape architect Frederick Law Olmsted, whose A Journey Through Texas () painted a grim picture of slavery-ridden East Texas, indicting the people as crude, the food as bad, and the level of civilization as negligible.
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In Brown County's first post office was established in Chandler's home.