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“Early Days In Llano”

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I found this little book mixed in with books I inherited from my Father.

”Early Days In Llano” by Miles Barler. 
Very interesting book written by Miles Barler (1833-1907) who was a merchant, deputy sheriff, and a TexasRanger in and around Llano, Texas, at the turn of the century. This book is an original print from 1908.

You can download and read it online.



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I found where I can order hardback or paperback editions, but haven't found a place I can download a digital copy.  Can you let me know where it is available for download?

My GG Grandfather, William Weeaks, was one of the founding fathers of Llano.  He and his sons supposedly owned and operated the cotton gin in Kingsland and owned about 600 acres on the river.

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