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|Jane Gilmore Rushing Books About West Texas|
|Jane Gilmore Rushing was a well-known Texas novelist and
journalist whose novels center on cotton farms and early ranches of
West Texas in a land she calls the “too-late frontier”. She grew up
in Pyron in southeastern Scurry County, Texas and lived in Lubbock
for most of her career. Some of her most popular novels about early 19th century life
in West Texas were Mary Dove, Tamzen, Raincrow, Walnut Grove,
Covenant of Grace and Winds of Blame.
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Books by Jane Gilmore Rushing
Walnut Grove, the first of Jane Gilmore Rushing's six West Texas novels
Evolution of a university: Texas Tech's first fifty years
Mary Dove: Reared in isolation by her father on the Western prairie . . .
Covenant of Grace: biographical novel of the charismatic religious leader Anne Hutchinson
Against the Moon (Texas Tradition Series)
|Books about Scurry County People and Places|
|Books about Taylor County People and Places|