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049 _aTEXA
100 1 _aTurner, Martha Anne.
245 1 4 _aThe life and times of Jane Long.
260 _a[Waco, Tex.,
_bTexian Press,
_c1969]
300 _axiv, 193 p.
_billus., map, ports. (1 col.)
_c24 cm.
504 _aBibliography: p. [176]-184.
520 _aJane Wilkinson Long has been identified as "the Daughter of Maryland, " "the Wife of Mississppi, " and "the mother of Texas." Mrs. Long fascinated men. Moreover, even though she typifield to the essence of femininity, she typified to the different men in her life many things. To her filbustering husband, the volatile and romantic Dr. James Long, who met a tragic and before he reached thirty, she was a collsborator and the faithful wife who waited.
600 1 0 _aLong, Jane Herbert Wilkinson,
_d1798-1880.
776 0 8 _iOnline version:
_aTurner, Martha Anne.
_tLife and times of Jane Long.
_d[Waco, Tex., Texian Press, 1969]
_w(OCoLC)652415929
942 _2lcc
_cBOOK
999 _c92075
_d96500