TXGenWeb Robertson County Books & Master's Theses

H E A R N E   O N   T H E   B R A Z O S

By Norman Lowell McCarver, Sr. & Norman Lowell McCarver, Jr.
Century Press Of Texas, San Antonio, Texas
© 1958 by Norman Lowell McCarver
Lone Star Printing Company, San Antonio, Texas

Used with permission of Norman Lowell McCarver, Jr., who passed away on Sunday, March 10, 2002.  Even though he and his co-author father are gone, their words live on.  These electronic pages may not be reproduced in any format by other organizations or individuals. Persons or organizations desiring to use this material must obtain the written consent of McCarver family relatives or contact Jane Keppler OR Elaine Martin, Robertson County TXGenWeb coordinators. 

Contents
 

Dedication, Preface, Acknowledgements, Introduction

Old Railroad Stories

The Brazos River

It Happened In Hearne

Colonel Sterling Clack Robertson

Early Hearne Churches

The Hearnes

Port Sullivan

Hearne

Educational, Civic, Cultural, Business Organizations

The Hearne & Brazos Valley Railroad

These Are Our People

The International & Great Northern Railroad

Old-Timers From Black Jack

The Houston & Texas Central Railroad

Early Mexican Citizens Of Hearne

Pacific Fruit Express Company

Our African American Friends

Cotton Mill Operated By Confederate Government

Not The End

Folklore Of Hearne

A Word About The Authors

 
Links To Biographical Sketches For Surnames Beginning With The Letters
 

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