Lesser-known stories of Texas…
…in both words and photographs.
Wendish Lutherans in Sam Houston’s Texas
I’m working on an extensive timeline chronicling the history of the communities and congregations of the Wends in Texas to go along with my upcoming book, Wendish Lutherans in Sam Houston’s Texas. It’s a work in progress, but there’s already a lot of information there!
Mr. McCarty and the Very Expensive Coffin
Thus far we’ve seen that Charles P. Vance served on the building committee for the…
The Second Mrs. C.P. Vance
You can trust some of your sources some of the time, but you can’t trust…
Finding Mrs. C.P. Vance
What would you do if you were a twenty-one-year-old woman with a one-and-a-half-year-old son who…
James Alfred Simons
For the moment I’m done chasing the Willie County rabbit (but not totally… I’m angling…
M.L. Hair and the Willie County (Texas) Democrat
Yesterday’s Willie County rabbit was a fun one to chase, so today we’re going to…
Willie County, Texas
Yes, that’s right. Not Willacy, and not Williamson, but Willie County. That’s not a typo….
Books About the Wends of Texas
The following books contain more information about the Wends in Lee County and other parts of Texas.
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