In Texas Women: Frontier to Future the authors, who have been researching the world of women in the Lone Star State for over thirty years, continue their documentation of the heritage and influence of Texas' pioneering women by presenting biographies of twenty-four noted women of Texas, from the nineteenth-century writer Jane Cazneau to twentieth-century politician Kay Bailey Hutchinson.
The late ANN FEARS CRAWFORD wrote several books on Texas history including Women in Texas: Their Lives, Their Experiences, Their Accomplishments (State House Press, 1992) with Crystal S. Ragsdale. She spent much of her time lecturing to women's groups, teachers, and librarians on the history, lives, and accomplishments of women in the Lone Star State.
CRYSTAL SASSE RAGSDALE, a research historian and authority on 19th-century Texas, is the author of The Women & Children of the Alamo (State House Press, 1994) and is co-author of Women in Texas: Their Lives, Their Experiences, Their Accomplishments (State House Press, 1992). She has also served on numerous editorial boards of organizations around the Lone Star State. What people are saying about this book.
392 Pages. Paperback. Index. 22 B&W Photographs. 1 B&W Illustration.