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Frances Courtenay Baylor

(Frances Courtenay Baylor Barnum)

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(1848 - 1920)

Frances Courtenay Baylor

The daughter of an army officer, Frances Courtenay Baylor was born at Fort Smith Arkansas and lived for a time in England. Her family was from Virginia and she spent the latter part of her life there.



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Juan and Juanita (1926)

Juan and Juanita and their dog Amigo are kidnapped by Comanches and held captive for four years until they make their escape and trek three hundred miles home.

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