2 edition of Early settlers of Terry found in the catalog.
Early settlers of Terry
Terry County Historical Survey Committee.
|Statement||Art designs by Mrs. L. E. (Juna) Smith.|
|LC Classifications||F392.T45 T47 1968|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||118|
|LC Control Number||74179976|
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Early Settlers of Terry: A History of Terry County, Texas Hardcover – January 1, by Unknown (Author)Author: Unknown. Oran Silas Buckner, History of Terry County (M.A.
thesis, Texas Technological College, ). Terry County Historical Survey Committee, Early Settlers of Terry (Hereford, Texas: Pioneer, ). Get this from a library. Early settlers of Terry: a history of Terry County, Texas.
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But it had seen its largest influx of new residents in the prior two decades. Details on whom he and Robert chose to be representative of those “pioneer” families was never mentioned.