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Miriam : the southern belle who became the first woman governor of Texas, Mirian Amanda Ferguson / May Nelson Paulissen & Carl McQueary.

By: Paulissen, May Nelson.
Contributor(s): McQueary, Carl.
Material type: TextTextPublisher: Austin, TX : Eakin Press, c1995Edition: 1st ed.Description: xiv, 347 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.ISBN: 0890159718 :; 9780890159712.Subject(s): Ferguson, Miriam Amanda, 1875-1961 | Governors -- Texas -- Biography | Texas -- Politics and government -- 1865-1950DDC classification: 976.4/061/092 | B LOC classification: F391.F473 | P38 1994Summary: Seven years after James Ferguson was impeached from the governor's office, he announced in his newspaper the Ferguson Forum, that a Ferguson would be in the 1925 gubernatorial race.... Miriam Amanda Ferguson was on the ballot..... she won both the primary and the general election by a large majority. Often referred to as a figure head, or a "rubber stamp" governor.... she served two terms as governor.
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F391 .F473 P38 1994 (Browse shelf) Available 0000001661016

Includes bibliographical references (p. 333-337) and index.

Seven years after James Ferguson was impeached from the governor's office, he announced in his newspaper the Ferguson Forum, that a Ferguson would be in the 1925 gubernatorial race.... Miriam Amanda Ferguson was on the ballot..... she won both the primary and the general election by a large majority. Often referred to as a figure head, or a "rubber stamp" governor.... she served two terms as governor.

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