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Reminiscences of the Early Days in Fort Worth

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Capt. J. C. Terrell died in 1909. Judge Steve King, author of the afterword, presides over Probate Court Number One in Tarrant Co... Weiterlesen
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Capt. J. C. Terrell died in 1909. Judge Steve King, author of the afterword, presides over Probate Court Number One in Tarrant County and pursues a strong interest in local history.

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In an afterword written for this reprint edition, Judge Steve King writes, "Parts of our past are well worth saving - to learn from and to emulate. Other parts are worth preserving in works like this - perhaps more to study, remember, and guard against their return." Terrell's reminiscences give us the only picture of Fort Worth in its first days written by someone who lived the city's history. They also give a clear picture of the author. What he wrote of Daggett and Johnson might well be said of Terrell: "Both were grand men, physically, morally, and mentally. Neither were exemplary or saintly, yet both to us old settlers were veritable heroes."

Zusammenfassung
In 1856 J.C. Terrell, a young lawyer in his twenties set up a practice in Fort Worth, a city then in its infancy. In 1906 Terrell wrote his memories of those early days.

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Titel: Reminiscences of the Early Days in Fort Worth
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EAN: 9780875652870
ISBN: 978-0-87565-287-0
Format: Kartonierter Einband
Herausgeber: Texas Christian Univ Pr
Genre: Geschichte
Anzahl Seiten: 102
Gewicht: 150g
Größe: H216mm x B140mm x T7mm
Jahr: 2004

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