Lebanon on the Preston
Collection of stories, tales and memories of the 1800’s cattle trail town of Lebanon, Texas. By-passed by the railroad in 1902, the town began to decline. Remnants of Lebanon are now part of Frisco, Texas.
History doesn’t get any more colorful than this! In Lebanon on the Preston, former Lebanon resident, Adelle Rogers Clark (now deceased) tells of life in Lebanon, Texas in the early 1800’s through its decline after being bypassed by the railroad. Many of Lebanon’s merchants and residents moved to the newly formed town of Frisco. Stories of cattle drives, saloons, early medicine, Indians, and much more.
- 9”w x 12”h
- Soft Cover
- 75 pages
- Original Drawings
|Dimensions||11 x 8.5 x .5 in|
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