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Land of good water, takachue pouetsu

Clara Stearns Scarbrough

Land of good water, takachue pouetsu

a Williamson County, Texas, history

by Clara Stearns Scarbrough

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Published by Williamson County Sun Publishers in Georgetown, Tex .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Williamson County (Tex.)
    • Subjects:
    • Williamson County (Tex.) -- History.

    • Edition Notes

      Other titlesLand of good water
      StatementClara Stearns Scarbrough ; special design by Donna Scarbrough ; chapters by Don and Linda Scarbrough ; illustrated by J.U. Salvant.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsF392.W66 .S26 1998
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxiii, 548 p. :
      Number of Pages548
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL6806166M
      ISBN 10157168915X
      LC Control Number00269390

        (TEXAS) LAND OF GOOD WATER TAKACHUE POUETSU - A WILLIAMSON COUNTY, TEXAS HISTORY by Clara Stearns Scarborough. Williamson County Sun Publishers; Georgetown, Texas. (4th printing) p. HB; like new with vg/dj (poly). Maps of Williamson County inside boards. Pioneers, Spanish and French, Indians, settlers, pioneers , . She also prepared the two applications which lead to the designation for the two of Georgetown'sNational Register of Historic Placesdistricts. She also wrote what most local researchers consider the definitive book on Williamson county history'The Land of Good Water, takachue pouetsu'published in (with four reprint editions through ).

      RESIDENCE: TX, Williamson Co; Clara Stearns Scarbrough, Land o f Good Water (Takachue Pouetsu), A Williamson Co, TX History; p ; FHL book H2s. John Gooch is said to have built a corn mill in at Mill Hollo w or Mustang Springs, later called Wilson Springs for John S. Wilso n (also Willson), who bought the property in. Includes the Memorial and Gift Book Collection. The books in the General Book Collection fit into the topics covered by the Library - histories, biographies, pioneer life, and more. Some of the books are now out of print, some are unusual,, some are unexpected, but most are interesting.

      Land of Good Water: Takachue Pouetsu. A Williamson County, Texas History, Clara Stearns Scarbrough, Williamson County Sun Publishers, Georgetown TX, , PDF The Kentucky Land Grant System by Kandie Adkinson, Administrative Specialist, Land Office of the Secretary of State, Saddlebag Notes, The Circuit Rider, Historical Confederation. The area now known as Williamson County has attracted humans for o years. The Tonkawa Indians called the area takachue pouetsu, which means land of good water. In , the Texas Legislature carved a county out of a southwestern portion of the Milam : Williamson Museum; Lisa E Worley; Chris Dyer.


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The Brushy Creek Post Office was established in a section of Thomas C. Oatts’ store on However inpostal authorities asked Mr.

Oatts to provide another name for the settlement (being that there was already a town in the State that called itself Brushy). A Williamson County, Texas History - Land of Good Water Takachue Pouetsu by Clara Stearns Scarbrough5th Revised Printing, Sun Publishers, pages Limited Printing Includes 17x22" Historic Sites of Williamson County Map.

Thoroughly Researched History detailing the many Native Americans who lived here, the Spanish, the French. “Land of Good Water” or “Takachue Pouetsu” tells the story of Williamson County as the history ranges across thousands of years from the distant time when the present land was being formed.

It discusses prehistoric Indians and the four principal tribes which were associated with the county in historic times, as well as the exploration. Scarborough, Clara Stearns. Land of Good Water, Takachue Pouetsu: A Williamson County, Texas History. Williamson County Sun Publishers, Georgetown, Texas.

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The area now known as Williamson County has attracted humans for o years. The Tonkawa Indians called the area takachue pouetsu, which means “land of good water.” Inthe Texas Legislature carved a county out of a southwestern portion of the Milam : Arcadia Publishing SC.

The area now known as Williamson County has attracted humans for o years. The Tonkawa Indians called the area takachue pouetsu, which means "land of good water." Inthe Texas Legislature carved a county out of a southwestern portion of the Milam District.

Royce, Charles C., comp. "Indian Land Cessions in the United States." Part 2 of Eighteenth Annual Report of the Bureau of American Ethnology, – Washington, D.C., The standard authority in its field; state maps detail all Indian land-cession treaties with the federal government.

Scarbrough, Clara Stearns. Land of Good Water, Takachue Pouetsu, A Williamson County History, by Clara Stearns Scarbrough. Georgetown: Williamson County Sun Publishers, This history covers all periods of Williamson County history from before western.

She wrote Land of Good Water: Takachue Pouetsu: a Williamson County, Texas, History, a copy of which is in the room’s collection, not too far from a photograph of Clara herself. The Texas History Room’s three large study tables make it a favorite place for library patrons to read or work.

It is also a des-tination for researchers us.Land of Good Water, Takachue Pouetsu: A Williamson County, Texas, History. Georgetown: Williamson County Sun, xiii [1, blank], pp., photographic and text illustrations, folding map laid in, endpaper maps.

8vo, original tan cloth with design stamped on upper cover in brown, spine lettered in brown.The Pulaski County, Kentucky Diaspora. The transition from wilderness to frontier to community seems to have begin in the early s for Pulaski Co.

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