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Author Name    Healy, George Henry; Frank Belle Dow Healy (Mrs. Frank Dale Healy); and F. Dale Healy II.

Title   They Called it Cimarron. Settling the West -- Padre Island to “No Man's Land.” Edited, with an Introduction and Notes, By: Frank Dale Healy IV and Deborah L. Dosh-Healy from the Healy Family Memoirs.

Publisher    Tucson, Arizona: DDH Press, [1992]. First Edition.

Seller ID   90069sc

Octavo, russet cloth (hardcover), gilt letters, x, 166 pp. Fine, in a like dust jacket. “William H. Healy was born October 9, 1816, at Waterville, Maine. He married Ellen D. Breck, November 21, 1841. They became parents of seven children: Caroline, William Edward, Elizabeth, Frank Dale, Nathanial, George Henry, and Adelaide J. Healy...In 1875, the brother, Frank, Nathaniel, George, and their father William, went to Padre Island and engaged in ranching. The ranch extended from Corpus Christi bay to the mouth of the Rio Grande, a distance of 110 miles...”

Price = 50.00 USD



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