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by Donna Stepp
On January 2, 1986, a determined group of Americans pulled out of Sulphur Springs, Texas, in covered wagons and on horseback. They were embarking on a more than threethousand-mile journey around the Lone Star State commemorating the sesquicentennial of the famous Texas Wagon Train.
Donna Neal Stepp made the entire trip from start to finish and recounts her experiences here in From Sulphur Springs to Cowtown: The Story of the Sesquicentennial 1986 Texas Wagon Train.
The excitement begins as soon as the wagons roll out. The folks making this trip are a rare breed; they are truly pioneers of the eighties. The brotherhood that exists between them becomes their survival tool. It takes them through the hard times and sufferings they must face in order to complete their journey. Their trek is successful as they bring to life the past that has made our nation the strongest country in the world. These pioneers of the eighties have relived the dedication and sacrifices our forefathers laid down for this country. As the wagoneers passed through the many now modernized towns and cities of Texas, time stood still. The citizens who were always there to greet them knew and understood what the 1986 Texas Wagon Train stood for.
In these pages, you'll relive the emotion and drama of the 1986 Texas Wagon Train as told by Donna Neal Stepp-all the way from Sulphur Springs to Cowtown.
Vantage Pr; 1st edition (November 1, 1987)
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