The Reuben Atkinson Story by Reuben Atkinson

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The Reuben Atkinson Story covers little-known Texas history, the trials and tribulations of Mexican-Americans during the periods of political turmoil in 1836 and again in the early l900s. It covers events that show us how Mexican-Americans survived these hardships. The section about life on the ranch and life on the farm reveals the intuitive ways in which the Mexican-American culture used to enjoy the good times and survive the difficult times.

The military career section provides an overview of the author's life in the United States Air Force in the late l950s and after. The author also shares his ideas for improving our educational system on a nationwide basis. The forms and recommendations for students and parents to use when applying to college and requesting scholarships may be of great value to them. The author has also included a selection of traditional Mexican recipes, wild game recipes and some delicious but weird Mexican recipes which will be of great interest to readers!


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Published August 26, 2009 by iUniverse. 192 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, History. Non-fiction

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