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The Moodys of Galveston and Their Mansion

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In 1900, just a few months after the deadly hurricane of September, W. L. Moody Jr. and his family moved into the four-story mansion at the corner of Broadway and Twenty-sixth Street in Galveston. For the next eight decades, the Moody family occupied the 28,000-square-foot home: raising a family, creating memories, building business empires, and contributing their ...more
Paperback, 136 pages
Published May 21st 2010 by Texas A&M University Press (first published 2010)
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I don't read too much non-fiction, but I'm a BOI and can't resist reading this book about one of the most influential people in my beloved Galveston Island's History.
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Henry Wiencek is a prominent American historian and editor whose work has encompassed historically significant architecture, the Founding Fathers, various topics relating to slavery, and the Lego company. In 1999, The Hairstons: An American Family in Black and White, a biographical history which chronicles the racially intertwined Hairston clan of the noted Cooleemee Plantation House, won the Nati ...more
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