New Titles Hot off the Press From Eakin Press
The Paris Horror and a Legacy of Texas Terror
From 1891 to 1922, Texans burned an average of one person of color at the stake a year for three decades. It was a period when many white Texans—previously enraged by Reconstruction—reasserted white primacy and terrorized black Texans with impunity. Join author E. R. Bills in this recounting of an African American holocaust. Read More . . .
American Evita: Lurleen Wallace
By: Janice Law
American Evita: Lurleen Wallace is award-winning author Janice Law's sixth book. Governor Lurleen Wallace of Alabama and Evita Peron, First Lady of Argentina, were women in their time, but were not women of their time. Born in the same era, both first ladies-of rural, humble birth, who did not graduate from high school-emerged as charismatic leaders.
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Janice Shefelman's Popular Texas Trilogy Series
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