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Henrietta King, la patrona

Mary Dodson Wade

Henrietta King, la patrona

by Mary Dodson Wade

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Published by Bright Sky Press in Houston, Tex .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • King Ranch (Tex.),
  • Philanthropists,
  • Women ranchers,
  • Ranchers,
  • Women philanthropists,
  • Juvenile literature,
  • Biography

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Mary Dodson Wade ; illustrated by Bill Farnsworth
    ContributionsFarnsworth, Bill, ill
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsF392.K47 W34 2012
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25151660M
    ISBN 109781933979632
    LC Control Number2011052721

    Henrietta King, La Patrona Product Description: From her lonely days as the only child of a missionary to heading the legendary King Ranch, this account examines the nearly century-long life of one of Texas's foremost frontier women and philanthropists, Henrietta King. Henrietta Maria was the youngest daughter of King Henry IV of France (Henry III of Navarre) and his second wife, Marie de' Medici, and named after her was born at the Palais du Louvre on 25 November , but some historians give her a birth-date of 26 November. In England, where the Julian calendar was still in use, her date of birth is often recorded as 16 Born: 25 November , Palais du Louvre, Paris, .

    Voices from the Wild Horse Desert Henrietta King. Henrietta's father was a Presbyterian minister from Vermont who moved to the Rio Grande border to minister to the Mexican people. When she married Richard King, she turned her attentions to the King Ranch cowboys. She became La patrona, a Mexican term which translates variously as patron. Henrietta Chamberlain King () The Mexican-American ranch hands called her La Madama and swept their hats to her as she went about. Her reputation in the area as a lady not to be trifled with was soon made. In , there was a threatened bandit raid. The house was made into a fort. Henrietta, an old lady, inspected the.

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Get this from a library. Henrietta King, la patrona. [Mary Dodson Wade; Bill Farnsworth] -- Traces the life of Henrietta Chamberlain King, the daughter of a Missouri preacher, who married the owner of the vast King Ranch in Texas, which she ran after his death for forty years. Meet Henrietta King, the strong woman who ran the most legendary ranch in America.

From her beginnings as a preacher's daughter on a houseboat to her role as La Patrona of the legendary King Ranch, Henrietta King defined herself through strength of character. The NOOK Book (eBook) of the Henrietta King: Loving the Land by Mary Dodson Wade at Barnes & Noble.

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Walmart # $ $ 8. 69 $ $ 8. Book Format. Select Option. Current selection is: Choose an option. Book Format: Choose an option. Hardcover. eBook. Qty: Add to cart. Add to list. Add to registry. About This Item. Henrietta was a major influence in the development of South Texas as she donated churches, schools and land for railroads.

At her funeral, two hundred cowboys from the King Ranch rode around her grave in salute to "La Patrona."Format: Ebook. Henrietta King by Mary Dodson Wade,available at Book Depository with free delivery : Mary Dodson Wade.

Henrietta was a major influence in the development of South Texas as she donated churches, schools and land for railroads. At her funeral, two hundred cowboys from the King Ranch rode around her grave in salute to "La Patrona.".

Ages 5 to 7 years. From her days as a sheltered daughter of a Presbyterian minister to becoming La Patrona of the legendary King Ranch, this account for beginning readers examines the life of one of Texas' foremost frontier women Author: Mary Dodson Wade.

Meet Henrietta King, the strong woman who ran the most legendary ranch in America. From her beginnings as a preacher's daughter on a houseboat to her role as La Patrona of the legendary King Ranch, Henrietta King defined herself through strength of : Bright Sky Press.

La Patrona left behind a legacy of philanthropy and devotion. As for the late Patrón, his remains were interred from San Antonio and reburied next to his beloved wife in the Kingsville cemetery, as were two (son Lee and daughter Ella) of their five children.

After Henrietta’s death King Ranch struggled to market beef during the Great Depression. KING, HENRIETTA CHAMBERLAIN (–). Henrietta Maria Morse Chamberlain King, rancher and philanthropist, the only child of Maria (Morse) and Hiram Chamberlain, was born on Jin Boonville, mother's death in and her father's Presbyterian missionary work in Missouri and Tennessee often made her childhood lonely; as a result she.

More editions of Henrietta King: La Patrona (Texas Heroes For Young Readers): Henrietta King: La Patrona (Texas Heroes For Young Readers): ISBN () Hardcover, Bright Sky Press, Cypress St.

| Abilene, TX () Shop Category. Texas Books. Autographed Books; Classics Old & New; Travelin Texas. Henrietta was a major influence in the development of South Texas as she donated churches, schools and land for railroads. At her funeral, two hundred cowboys from the King Ranch rode around her grave in salute to "La Patrona."Price: $ Henrietta Maria King (née Chamberlain; J – Ma ) was a rancher and philanthropist.

She was the wife of Richard King, who founded King Ranch, the largest ranch in Texas. The Henrietta M. King High School in Kingsville, Texas is named after her.

ReferencesBorn: Henrietta Maria Morse Chamberlain, J. His wife, Queen Henrietta Maria of France, also lived a high-profile life of twists and turns. Put these two together and the result is quite a remarkable union.

Katie Whitaker portrays this marriage in, A Royal Passion: The Turbulent Marriage of King Charles I of England and Henrietta Maria of France/5. From her days as a sheltered daughter of a Presbyterian minister to becoming La Patrona of the legendary King Ranch, this account for beginning readers examines the life of one of Texas' foremost frontier women and illustrates the realities of life on a pioneer ranch.

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