Title: They Hoed Their Rows to the End: Sikes Heritage Remembered
Author: Moy S. Dudrey
Description: Dark carmine colored leatherette stamped in gilt on spine and front cover. Interior is clean and unmarked. Illustrated with many color and black-and-white photographs. x, 147 pages. 10.75 x 8.25 inches.
Sikes family history, beginning with James Monroe Sikes (1860-1927) and his wife Priscilla Hobbs (1865-1929) of Alabama and traced through their son Norbon Palmer Sikes, Sr. (1886-1982) and his twelve children and their families.
The account essentially begins with the move from Talladega, Alabama to the Texas Panhandle in 1891 and is told primarily through many anecdotes and stories describing the character and conditions of the family's life. The stories follow the family through Dust Bowl days in Texas and continues with their life in Portales, New Mexico, following their move there around 1936. Features quite a few color and black-and-white family pictures.
Condition: Near Fine
Jacket Condition: None
Publisher: N. A. Brown Co.
Place: Portland, Oregon
Keywords: genealogy, family history, Sikes family, Alabama, Turkey Creek, Callahan County, Texas, Portales, Roosevelt County, New Mexico,
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