Memoirs of Mary A. Maverick

A Journal of Early Texas

by Mary A. Maverick

Contributions by George Madison Maverick

Edited by Rena Maverick Green and Maverick Fairchild Fisher

Foreword by Paula Mitchell Marks

Classic Texas story of pioneer life by one of its founding mothers

Re-edited, reformatted, thoroughly annotated, with new illustrations and, at last, an index, these memoirs are in a hardcover edition worthy of this classic, first published in 1921. As the young wife of Samuel A. Maverick, a Yale-educated landholder whose name has entered the English language, Mary Adams Maverick came to ...

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  • 9781595347343
  • Published: January 2010

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Re-edited, reformatted, thoroughly annotated, with new illustrations and, at last, an index, these memoirs are in a hardcover edition worthy of this classic, first published in 1921. As the young wife of Samuel A. Maverick, a Yale-educated landholder whose name has entered the English language, Mary Adams Maverick came to Texas less than two years after the fall of the Alamo. She records her unique eyewitness views of the tumultuous decades that followed, as she raises a family in the shadow of Indian raids, invasions and deadly diseases.