6 edition of Phantoms of The Plains found in the catalog.
October 25, 1995
by Republic of Texas
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||208|
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Phantoms of the Plains: Tales of West Texas Ghosts Paperback – Octo /5(3). Phantoms of the Plains: Tales of West Texas Ghosts. Once again, author Docia Schultz Williams introduces readers to her favorite subject the spirits and ghosts of Texas.
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Once again, author Docia Schultz Williams introduces readers to her favorite subject; the spirits and ghosts of Texas. "Phantoms of the Plains" takes readers to far West Texas, where spirits of former inhabitants have found good reason to remain "home on the range".
Haunting the high mesas and rolling plains, these stories of ghostly encounters, including accounts of early. Get this from a library. Phantoms of the plains: tales of West Texas ghosts. [Docia Schultz Williams] -- This book introduces the reader to far West Texas with.
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Their comeback, heralded by wildlife enthusiasts, has brought concern and questions to many regarding the possibility of having these large predators in our midst once more.
Phantoms of the Plain Print by Mary Jo Pittman Framed Size: 9¾ x 7 ½ W - print Frame: 11¾ H x 9 ¾ W Condition: Print: very good Frame: Very good - grey & white marbleized style Plastic Frame Ready to hang or display w/an easel back Print is signed: Mary Jo Pittman Title of the print is 'PHANTOMS OF THE PLAIN'Print is under glassFound at an Estate.
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Each print is signed by Pittman within the print (print-signed) and the title and date are at. Genre/Form: Electronic books: Additional Physical Format: Print version: Williams, Docia Schultz. Phantoms of the plains.
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