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Tales from the Big Thicket

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Abernethy presents the history and folklore of the Big Thicket and its people, including a collection of Alabama-Coushatta tales, a search for hidden Jayhawkers during the Civil War, a nineteenth-century travel account, and a family history of the legendary Hooks.

Paperback, 256 pages
Published February 19th 2002 by University of North Texas Press (first published 1966)
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