Longhorns, Silver and Liquid Gold

The Irvin Family's Pioneer Ranching, Mining and Wildcatting in Texas and New Mexico
By Tom Scanlan

Longhorns, Silver and Liquid Gold by Tom Scanlan is a well-researched biography of the author's family history. By tracing the maternal side of his ancestry, Tom Scanlan presents a colorful and interesting story of a young rancher and his family going as far back as...

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Listening to the Voices of Our Ancestors

A Practical Manual for Developing Your Intuitive Genealogical Abilities
By Megan Reilly Koepsell

Listening to the Voices of Our Ancestors: A Practical Manual for Developing Your Intuitive Genealogical Abilities by Megan Reilly Koepsell takes the reader on a journey of discovery. Genealogy is generally something approached in a manner that chalks similar experiences in a family up to...

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Life Against All Odds

By Alfred Cave

Alfred Cave begins his memoir by telling about his childhood. He is about 8-years-old when he lost his mother and 10-years-old when he lost his father. He lived with his grandmother, Minnie Minus. Life with Minnie Minus became unbearable. She beat him repeatedly and eventually...