Fort Worth Characters
Fort Worth history is far more than the handful of familiar names that every true-blue Fort Worther hears growing up: leaders such as Amon Carter, B. B. Paddock, J. Frank Norris, and William McDonald. Their names are indexed in the history books for ready reference. But the drama that is Fort Worth history contains other, less famous characters who played important roles, like Judge James Swayne, ...
Hardcover: 288 pages
Publisher: University of North Texas Press; First Edition edition (October 26, 2009)
Product Dimensions: 6 x 0.8 x 9 inches
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“I love reading about Fort Worth history because I've lived in or near here all my 67 years. Richard Selcer presents characters from ole Cowtown very well. I was amazed to see a chapter written about my great grandmother, Mary Rea. My grandfather died...”
adam Mary Porter, and Marshal Sam Farmer: well known enough in their day but since forgotten. Others, like Al Hayne, lived their lives in the shadows until one, spectacular moment of heroism. Then there are the lawmen, Jim Courtright, Jeff Daggett, and Thomas Finch. They wore badges, but did not always represent the best of law and order. These seven plus five others are gathered together between the covers of this book. Each has a story that deserves to be told.