DescriptionSix North Central Texas Regional Histories, including: The History of Frisco, 1902-1976. Dallas: Frisco Bicentennial Society, 1976. 4to. 304pp. Blue cloth. [and:] Burleson: The First One Hundred Years, 1881-1981. Dallas: Burleson Historical Committee, 1981. 4to. 287pp. Dark blue leatherette. [and:] A Stake in the Prairie: Mesquite, Texas. Dallas: Mesquite Historical Committee, 1984. 4to. 260pp. Tan cloth. [and:] Seymour V. Connor. The Peters Colony of Texas: A History and Biographical Sketches of the Early Settlers. Austin: Texas State Historical Association, 1959. 8vo. 473pp. Gray cloth with dust jacket. [and:] J. Lee Stambaugh and Lillian J. Stambaugh. A History of Collin County, Texas. Austin: The Texas State Historical Association, 1958. 8vo. 303pp. Gray cloth with dust jacket. [and:] Mattie Davis Lucas and Mita Holsapple Hall. A History of Grayson County, Texas. Sherman, Texas: Scruggs Printing Company, 1936. 8vo. 209pp.
References: Cracker Barrel Chronicles, 950, 1011, 1026, 1108, 2025, 3359.
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