Bourland in North Texas and Indian Territory During the Civil War: Fort Cobb, Fort Arbuckle & the Wichita Mountains

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Doris Galyean Covert Franklin Cozart

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An Idea without Action is just a dream!

A dream with Action is a Reality!

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A Book is Born

And what a Book it is!

I think that only you, could have kept yourself so organized over such a long time, and then managed to put every thing in context to produce such a publication as "Bourland in North Texas and Indian Territory During the Civil War".

I am by no means a Critiquer of such fine work as this. It is my dream that your story teller will become one of the most valued sources of Indian Wars and Civil War battles ever be published.

I give to you this modest journal to keep the past and future history of your "Book Baby". You and yours will cherish forever. I am including a copy of the newspaper clipping and a picture taken at the North Texas Genealogical Association to get your journal record started. I know that you donít need me to do this, but please give me the opportunity to do this as a token of my friendship with you.

Have a Merry Christmas and many years of Publishing in your future.

 

Doris Galyean Franklin Cozart

Dec. 21, 2006

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Doris Galyean Franklin Cozart

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Chillicothe, Texas

 

Photo taken December 22, 2006

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Betty Adkins-McNeill

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Patricia Adkins-Rochette's Christmas Party

Duncan, Oklahoma

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