The Weldons

The Weldons The Weldons is a fictional biography book about a man and his two sons who travel through the hostile Indian country of Texas and Oklahoma in the early s Hunting for a gold mine in Colorado they

  • Title: The Weldons
  • Author: Bob Williamson Mary Williamson
  • ISBN: 9781413743869
  • Page: 488
  • Format: Paperback
  • The Weldons is a fictional biography book about a man and his two sons who travel through the hostile Indian country of Texas and Oklahoma in the early 1900s Hunting for a gold mine in Colorado, they flee from a smallpox epidemic and then return home to Steiner Valley, Texas Next, Jonathan Weldon, his wife, three daughters and two boys travel by horse and wagon to homestThe Weldons is a fictional biography book about a man and his two sons who travel through the hostile Indian country of Texas and Oklahoma in the early 1900s Hunting for a gold mine in Colorado, they flee from a smallpox epidemic and then return home to Steiner Valley, Texas Next, Jonathan Weldon, his wife, three daughters and two boys travel by horse and wagon to homestead three hundred sixty acres in New Mexico They live there eleven years in a hand built dugout from 1908 to 1919 The number of people in this family eventually became eleven There were two boys and seven girls plus the mother and father Three of the girls were born while living in their dugout Life was very hard but they were a loving, close knit family.

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