Bill D. West's To Live Again: Archeology and History of the Robinson-West PDF

By Bill D. West

The reader of this ebook could be taken on a desirable trip from the earliest days of the ancient Robinson plantation of a hundred and fifty years in the past, to its latest identify of the West River Plantation. Carved out of the barren region of east Texas , the property rose to great prosperity in the course of the commercial revolution, in simple terms to fall into inevitable decline and tragedy. decreased to a couple acres, and the house in disrepair within the overdue Nineteen Seventies, the property will be offered to the West family members. The period of the as soon as nice plantation of 3500 acres used to be quickly fading into background, in addition to the reminiscence of the Robinson relatives. yet with the hot discovery of a mess of artifacts through the West kinfolk, and the construction of a museum at the property, the loss of life plantation, and the reminiscence of the Robinsons is commencing to stay as soon as again.
The e-book offers eye-witness money owed of lifestyles altering occasions within the Robinson relations, and lists a few of the artifacts stumbled on, and follow-up examine performed by means of the writer. From the times of normal Sam Houston dancing within the lobby of the Victorian condo, to the sounds of many young ones giggling and taking part in, to the designation of the plantation as a kingdom Archeological Landmark, the reader might be captivated via this account of early Texas history.

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