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by Mary A. Maverick,Sandra L. Myres
The Memoirs of Mary Maverick are poignant and touching. Her family and my ancestors lived in close proximity in East Texas. The description of the Maverick life in San Antonio, my hometown, is amazing in that I know every place mentioned in her memoirs.
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Originally published: San Antonio, Tex. : Alamo Printing C. c1921. First Bison Book printing"-T.
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by Mary A. Maverick and Geo; Madison Maverick. His parents were Samuel Maverick and his wife Elizabeth Anderson. She was the daughter of General Robert Anderson, of South Carolina, and of Revolutionary note, and his wife Ann Thompson of Virginia. Samuel Maverick was once a prominent merchant of Charleston, S. where he had raised himself from the almost abject poverty, to which the war of the Revolution had reduced his family, to a position of great affluence. It is said of him that he sent ventures to the Celestial Empire, and that he shipped the first bale of cotton from America to Europe.
Texas Pioneers: Memoirs of Mary A. Maverick" by Mary A. Maverick is an eyewitness look at the harshness, dangers, and problems, as. . Maverick is an eyewitness look at the harshness, dangers, and problems, as well as the joys and eventual accomplishments of frontier Texas life by an early settler. Unlike a typical Hollywood "oat burner", Mary's memoirs show what fortitude the frontier settler needed just to survive, let alone prosper. Then every effort has been made to correct typos, spelling, and to eliminate stray marks picked up by the OCR program. Maverick - Mary A. Maverick. This little book is written for my children--they have often requested me to put into shape the notes and memoranda which I have jotted down during the early days. Mary a. maverick and children.