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Books About Coleman County Texas People and Places
What's Your Favorite Book about a Coleman County Texas Person, Place or Event? Here are some of our favorites.

 

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Texas Folklore Society, 1909-1943

The Society had its beginnings at the A&M-Texas football game in 1909. The announced purpose of the society was to collect and make known to the public songs and ballads, superstitions, signs and omens, cures and peculiar customs, legends, dialects, games, plays, and dances, and riddles and proverbs. Found Inside: Lover's Leap at Santa Anna --- Austin Callan

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Texas Ranger Tales: Stories That Need Telling

Found inside: "Indian, probably Comanches, had attached settlers in Coleman County in West Texas and stolen a baby. Now the raiders were headed for the Red River and sanctuary on their reservation in the Territory. Rangers trailed the Indians westward through Runnels and Coke counties, and into Nolan County before making a grim discovery. About eight miles south of present-day Sweetwater, the rangers reined in their horses when they came up on a blanket hanging from a tree . . .  Read more Look inside

 
 

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