Opal Earp Pounds
Opal Earp Pounds died in 2007. This book was edited by her children Gerry Pounds Robideaux and Wayne Pounds. Gerry writes, "I am a retired grandmother. I enjoy scrapbooking, reading, traveling, music (oldies and Gospel) and last, but not least, genealogy. Blogging is a way I can share my family history with others, so I hope you enjoy my blog for the Earps of Lincoln County, OK."
Wayne is a retired university prof. He enjoys writing poetry and factual narratives based on historical data. He has lived in Japan for the past thirty years and loves the same thing his sister loves--except for traveling, which he feels he's already taken far enough.
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A Tale That Is Told: The Autobiography of Opal Earp Pounds
by Opal Earp Pounds
The tale that Opal Earp Pounds tells is that of a farm girl, born in 1920 near Stroud, Oklahoma, of grandparents who had homesteaded. After high school, she marries and gives birth to three children. In 1952 she undergoes a Christian conversion, and after that her story is colored by her desire to be a good Christian mother. Her tale as a whole belongs to the genre of conversion narrative
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