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Legendary Ladies of Texas edited by Francis Edward Abernethy. [print]

Contributor(s): Abernethy, Francis Edward | Texas Foundation for Women's Resources | Project Muse []Material type: TextTextSeries: Publications of the Texas Folklore Society ; no. 43Publication details: Denton : University of North Texas Press, [(c)1994. ; Baltimore, Maryland : Project MUSE, 2019. Edition: second editionDescription: 1 online resource (xii, 237 pages) : illustrationsContent type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9780929398754Subject(s): Women -- Texas -- Biography | Legends | Women -- Texas -- Folklore | Women -- Texas -- Biography | Women -- Texas -- History | Legends -- Texas | Women -- Texas -- Folklore | Women -- Texas -- Biography | Women -- Texas -- History | United States, Texas -- History | United States, Texas -- Biography | TexasGenre/Form: History. | Folklore. | Biographies. LOC classification: GR1GR1.A146.L444 1994Online resources: Click here to access online COPYRIGHT NOT covered - Click this link to request copyright permission: https://lib.ciu.edu/copyright-request-form
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EARLY DAYS Maria de Agreda: The lady in blue Angelina Emily Morgan: Yellow Rose of Texas The weeping woman: La Llorona SETTLERS Belle Starr: the bandit queen of Dallas The ghost of Chipita: the crying woman of San Patricio The capitol's lady Two sixshooters and a sunbonnet: The story of Sally Skull Sophia Porter: Texas' own Scarlett O'Hara Elise Waerenskjold: A modern on the prairie TEXAS GETS CULTURE Adah Isaacs Menken: From Texas to Paris Elisabet Ney: Texas' First lady of sculpture Mollie Bailey: Circus entrepreneur Martha White McWhirter and the Belton sanctificationists Aunt Dicy: Legendary black lady El Paso madams EARLY 20TH CENTURY Pardon me, Governor Ferguson ; "Tell them I don't smoke cigars": The story of Bonnie Parker Glamor girl called Electra The babe MissouriDERN TIMES Janis and the Austin scene Legends in their own time: The Dallas Cowboy Cheerleaders Honky tonk angels Woman as victim in modern folklore Mrs. Bailey and the Bears.
Review: A study of Texas women and the conflicting images and myths that have grown up about them.
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"Publications of the Texas Folklore Society XLIII in cooperation with the Texas Foundation for Women's Resources"--Cover.

EARLY DAYS Maria de Agreda: The lady in blue Angelina Emily Morgan: Yellow Rose of Texas The weeping woman: La Llorona SETTLERS Belle Starr: the bandit queen of Dallas The ghost of Chipita: the crying woman of San Patricio The capitol's lady Two sixshooters and a sunbonnet: The story of Sally Skull Sophia Porter: Texas' own Scarlett O'Hara Elise Waerenskjold: A modern on the prairie TEXAS GETS CULTURE Adah Isaacs Menken: From Texas to Paris Elisabet Ney: Texas' First lady of sculpture Mollie Bailey: Circus entrepreneur Martha White McWhirter and the Belton sanctificationists Aunt Dicy: Legendary black lady El Paso madams EARLY 20TH CENTURY Pardon me, Governor Ferguson ; "Tell them I don't smoke cigars": The story of Bonnie Parker Glamor girl called Electra The babe MissouriDERN TIMES Janis and the Austin scene Legends in their own time: The Dallas Cowboy Cheerleaders Honky tonk angels Woman as victim in modern folklore Mrs. Bailey and the Bears.

A study of Texas women and the conflicting images and myths that have grown up about them.

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