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Author Name    Gladys Nevins Hunter

Title   Historically Speaking: Coleman County, Texas

Binding   Hardcover

Book Condition   New with no dust jacket

Edition   First Edition; Second Printing

Size   6x9

Publisher    Anchor Publishing 1977

Seller ID   chtxc7010

Interesting information in this hard to find out of print book about early settlers in Coleman County, Texas.Burials in these cemeteries are shown. Seventh-Day Adventist, Cleveland,Shields, Trickham. 150 pages

Coleman County Texas, Trickham, Texas history, Texanna.

Price = 70.00 USD


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