Jim Gramon, a native Texas storyteller, introduces you to some of his friends: John Henry Faulk, Cactus Pryor, Allen Damron, Mason Brewer, Mody Boatright, and Ben King Green. And he shares funny Texas stories from all over the state, from the Oil Patch to the Panhandle, from the Big Bend to the Piney Woods; big towns and small (Dallas, Houston, Austin, El Paso, Terlingua, Manchaca, Cumby, Sulfur Springs, Commerce).s the old joke goes, this beautiful little town is so small that both city limits signs are on the same post. Cumby is ... Freight wagoneers traveling on the Jefferson road to the interior also used the grove as a campground. The Black Jack Grove post office opened in 1848 in the home of the first post master, John D. Matthews.
|Title||:||Famous Texas Folklorists and Their Stories|
|Publisher||:||Taylor Trade Publishing - 2000-09-01|