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Little Boy

Nathan Jackson Jutson

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ISBN 10: 1426918674 / ISBN 13: 9781426918674
Published by Trafford Publishing, 2010
Condition: Good Soft cover
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Title: Little Boy

Publisher: Trafford Publishing

Publication Date: 2010

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition: Good

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Little Boy is a small collection of folktales as told by a native Texan. It is a book to be read for pleasure to remind us of how far we have grown in this great state. The stories may be true or fiction; you have to be the judge and jury. Sit back, relax, and enjoy these delightful tales!

Little Boy found a shady spot at the side of the road and tied his horse to a small tree. He had already been working on the holster for the forty-four and had cut it down to fit his small frame. He opened the container of beeswax and began rubbing some of it on the inside of the holster until it was as smooth as glass. "Now the gun will slide in and out with the slightest effort," he thought as he practiced a few draws. He wore the holster on his right side and swiveled it across and tied it to his left leg from the bottom to allow a lightning-fast draw in any position. The boy then affixed the knife holster to the gun belt. The knife was specially made for him by Mr. Jimmie Dockery.

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Nathan Jackson Jutson, born in Limestone County, January 5, 1928, a native of Texas, proudly claims his heritage as one-quarter Comanche Indian. He was raised hearing fascinating stories about his ancestors and the hardships they endured. He has intertwined these stories so his children, grandchildren, and everyone else can enjoy them.

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