Sally Scull and Texas


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BETTY NEWMAN WAUER was proud of her great, great aunt Sally Scull. Sally was a strong, spirited, and bright pioneer during the nineteenth century. She undergoes many trials and tribulations that parallel key events in Texas’ history, such as the Battle at the Alamo, the Mexican-American War, and the Civil War. While she’s a legendary sharpshooter and extremely skilled with a whip, she finds that love, family, and children are some of the most challenging aspects of life. Her perseverance and determination are certain to inspire and educate readers.

About the Author

Betty Newman Wauer, a seventh-generation Texan, passed away in April 2013. She was a member of both “The Descendents of Austin’s Old 300” and “Daughters of the Republic of Texas.” She was extremely proud of her ancestors, especially the Texas Rabbs. She wrote a family newsletter called The Texas Rabbs for eight years with an average of seventy-fi ve subscribers per year.

Format and Editions

Paperback, eBook


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