Memoirs of Mary A. Maverick
A Journal of Early TexasClassic 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 ...
“A vivid picture of life on the Texas frontier.” — New Handbook of Texas
“The first true autobiography in Texas.” — Bert Almon, author of ,i>This Stubborn Self: Texas Autobiographies
“Essential.” — J. Frank Dobie, author of Guide to Life and Literature of the Southwest