5 edition of Bigfoot Wallace found in the catalog.
Relates the adventures of Bigfoot Wallace as he travels to Texas, participates in battles against Mexico, serves time as a hostage, and pioneers in the American West.
Includes bibliographical references (p. ).
|Statement||by Jo Harper ; illustrated by Virginia Roeder.|
|Genre||Juvenile literature., Biography|
|Contributions||Roeder, Virginia Marsh, ill.|
|LC Classifications||F390.W26 H37 1999|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||72 p. :|
|Number of Pages||72|
|LC Control Number||99014872|
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Bigfoot Wallace (Paperback) Language: English. Brand new Book. Bigfoot Wallace was a famous Texas Ranger who took part in many of the military conflicts of the Republic of Texas and the United States in the s, including the Mexican-American War.
Standing six feet tall and weighing in at roughly pounds, his physique made him an. Oct 29, · THE ADVENTURES OF BIG-FOOT WALLACE. Close.
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In The Adventures of Big Foot Wallace, The Texas Ranger was published and later went into multiple printings - becoming, perhaps, the first best-selling book on a Texas personality.
When Wallace died inthe State of Texas had his body brought to Austin to be buried in The Texas State Cemetery. Jul 17, · The legendary Texas Ranger and frontiersman “Big Foot” Wallace is born in Lexington, Virginia. Inyear-old William Alexander Anderson Wallace. The Adventures of Big-Foot Wallace book.
Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. William A. Wallace (–) went from his native Vir /5. Jul 15, · Bigfoot Wallace Frederic Remington painted the Black Bean Lottery that condemned 17 of Texas prisoners to death in after being captured by Mexicans during the ill-fated Mier expedition.
After Wallace was released inhe wrote his father, “ my bad treatment while in Mexico compells [sic] me to return, for i am determined to fight the Mexicans so long as i live in Texas.”. William Alexander Anderson “Bigfoot” Wallace, was one of the most colorful and toughest of Texas’ frontier characters.
He was a backwoodsman, folk hero, soldier, and Texas Ranger, who took part in the conflicts of the Republic of Texas and the Mexican-American War. Born in Lexington, Virginia on April 3,to Andrew and Jane Ann Blair Wallace, William grew up to work in his father.
Books shelved as bigfoot-fiction: Roanoke Ridge: A Creature X Mystery by J.J. Dupuis, Sunstruck by Polenth Blake, Bigfoot Crank Stomp by Erik Williams, W. The first scientific study of available evidence was conducted by John Napier and published in his book, Bigfoot: The Yeti and Sasquatch in Myth and Reality, in Napier wrote that if a conclusion is to be reached based on scant extant "'hard' evidence," science must declare "Bigfoot does not exist.".
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[Walter Flavius McCaleb] -- Amid the embroiling conflicts of frontiersmen, Mexicans, and war in Texas,William BigFoot Wallace left his hometown of Virginia to avenge the deaths of his brother and cousin, soldiers. The life of William Alexander Anderson better known as "Bigfoot Wallace", born in Virginia, came to Texas as a young man and made his mark as a Frontiersman, Hunter, Indian Fighter, Texas Ranger, was with the Meir Expedition, The Black Bean Lottery, etc.
Known as the Grand Old Man Of Texas. Get this from a library. Bigfoot Wallace. [Jo Harper; Virginia Marsh Roeder] -- Relates the adventures of Bigfoot Wallace as he travels to Texas, participates in battles against Mexico, serves time as a hostage, and pioneers in the American West.
Jul 27, · Each one is a nonfiction book and is reflective of the kind of Bigfoot work that goes on my reference shelf for years of use and re-use.
For example, Ivan T. Sanderson’s volume is the first book that comprehensively dealt with the folklore, sightings, and context of Sasquatch and Bigfoot in North America, in spite of its global title.
“Bigfoot” Wallace – A Texas Folk Hero. William Alexander Anderson “Bigfoot” Wallace, was one of the most colorful and toughest of Texas’ frontier characters. He was a backwoodsman, folk hero, soldier, and Texas Ranger, who took part in the conflicts of the Republic of Texas and the Mexican-American War.
WALLACE, WILLIAM ALEXANDER ANDERSON [BIGFOOT] (–). William Alexander Anderson (Bigfoot) Wallace, soldier and Texas Ranger, the son of Andrew and Jane Ann (Blair) Wallace, was born in Lexington, Virginia, on April 3, He was descended from Highlanders William Wallace and Robert Bruce, and the clan instinct was strong in him.
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A good friend of Wallace's, William Fox, jokingly gave Wallace the name of "Bigfoot", saying that when the Indian wasn't around, Wallace -- being a man of large stature-- could easily take his place. The Adventures of Big-Foot Wallace, the Texas Ranger and Hunter, by John C.
Duval. Reprinted by Steck-Vaughn, Published years ago it is dated but might be of interest to some of you because of its historical significance.
Life of Big Foot Wallace, by A. J. Sowell. The author interviewed Big Foot personally for this book.The Bigfoot Chronicles Trilogy. 42 likes · 1 talking about this. There are the over Bigfoot on the planet, alien creatures of unknown origins, find out what their purpose is in the new novel the Followers: Apr 09, · Mr.
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