Lida Murry Smith

Eight young girls with two brothers took off with their parents from their farm in Missouri to a new farm in Texas in 1905—on a seven-week trip through Indian Territory and Oklahoma. Lida Murry Smith, our hero, took care of her family and led her world in passage of the women’s right to vote. Kidnappings, Indian raids, rapes, and tornadoes punctuated their long trip. More

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About Bobby Everett Smith

Bobby Everett Smith

Bobby Everett Smith is an American author of fiction and non-fiction essays, short stories and novels, and the publisher of the blog

Born and raised in Wichita Falls, Texas, Smith earned a degree in Economics from Rice University and an MBA from the University of Washington. Primarily during the Cold War, he served as an aviator in the U.S. Navy. His tours in East and Southeast Asia are inspiration for many of his works, taking the reader vicariously along for his adventurous rides, launched from aircraft carriers in the 7th Fleet.

Fueled by his own leadership experiences in the U.S. Navy and the private sector, Smith has become passionate and knowledgeable about our nation’s leaders. In nearly a dozen summaries of great presidential biographies, he examines the lives, achievements and legacies of these important political figures.

Smith’s most recent novel, Lida Murry Smith, was inspired by his own family history. Set in the backdrop of the women’s suffrage movement, it traces the arduous and courageous 1905 fictional journey of the Smith family from their farm in Missouri, through the Indian Territories and Oklahoma to a new farm in Texas.

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CE Smith reviewed on Aug. 5, 2020
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A very realistic perspective of a mid-western family settling parts of America in the early 20th century. I really enjoyed the details about the time period.
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