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This e-book of the Texas Folklore Society is a conventional Texas literary sonovagun. Cowboy ballads, bateaus, gaucho songs, mineral wells, corridos, Aggie battle tales, songs of Bob Wills, Baptist young ones, coyotes, and old-time cowboys are all simmered jointly and spiced with discussions of folklore, heaven, local gatherings, cotton transforming into, and relations characters.

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