From its dusty Spanish legacy and struggle for independence to its vital place in the world's economy, Texas remains connected to its frontier roots. Crammed with fascinating facts, historical vignettes, and snappy anecdotes, this book gives the lowdown on this sprawling state and tells the story of its people - descendents of the first inhabitants, those who came in covered wagons or cars, and those who made it big or lost it all. A fun read and an entertaining resource, Calling Texas Home makes a great gift for those who love the Lone Star State.Charlottea#39;s No-Recipe Chicken-Fried Steak Authora#39;s Note: I have tried chicken- fried steak all over the country, and there is a lot of good chicken-fried steak. It has to be, because Texans know the difference. Chicken-fried steak has even had aanbsp;...
|Title||:||Calling Texas Home|
|Publisher||:||Council Oak Books - 2000|