Excerpt from Flowers and Fruits From the Wilderness, or Thirty-Six Years in Texas and Two Winters in Honduras
For the past fifteen years I have often been urged to write by those who were anxious to have some of the facts and incidents connected with the early society and the rise of religion in Texas preserved. Last October I was requested to write by the Baptist State Convention of Texas.
These friends and brethren did not ask me to write a book; but the work has grown upon me, as I toiled on, until it has assumed this form.
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