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The Glory of Fort Clark by Clyde Morgan

The Glory of Fort Clark

by Clyde Morgan

234 pages
A story of abject poverty and violence along the Texas-Mexico border.

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About the Book
The impoverished young lives of Yolanda Flores, a vaquero's daughter of Kinney County, Texas, and Ignacio Salazar, an orphan from Mexico, intertwine in adversarial ways with the post Civil War Cavalrymen of Fort Clark and area citizens.

Due to the violence of the times, and more recent uneasiness along the border, their timely story is not for the faint hearted reader. It involves all strata of society who lived at the time in the wild Nueces Strip stretching along the Mexican border.

 

 

About the Author
Clyde Morgan, a member of Abilene Writers Guild, practices dermatology in Abilene, Texas. He authored The 2766th Provisional Headquarters Flight WW II Personal Pilot to King Ibn Saud, and has published scientific papers in major medical journals. Dr. Morgan is a member of the Sons of the American Revolution.

 

 

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