Sally Scull and Texas
by Betty Newman Wauer
BETTY NEWMAN WAUER was proud of her great, great aunt Sally Scull. Sally was a strong, spirited, and bright pioneer during the nineteenth century. She undergoes many trials and tribulations that parallel key events in Texas history, such as the Battle at the Alamo, the Mexican-American War, and the Civil War. While shes a legendary sharpshooter and extremely skilled with a whip, she finds that love, family, and children are some of the most challenging aspects of life. Her perseverance and determination are certain to inspire and educate readers.
About the Author:
Betty Newman Wauer, a seventh-generation Texan, passed away in April 2013. She was a member of both The Descendents of Austins Old 300 and Daughters of the Republic of Texas. She was extremely proud of her ancestors, especially the Texas Rabbs. She wrote a family newsletter called The Texas Rabbs for eight years with an average of seventy-five subscribers per year.
(2016, Paperback, 342 pages)