• The Adventures of Big-Foot Wallace

  • By: John C. Duval
  • Narrated by: Jack Sondericker
  • Length: 7 hrs and 39 mins
  • 4.6 out of 5 stars (16 ratings)

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Wallace picked up the name "Big-Foot" while in a Mexican prison, because the prison attendants couldn’t find a boot large enough to fit him. Not only was he large of foot but also of deeds. Big-Foot Wallace was an Indian-fighter, hunter, and Texas Ranger. Few men have witnessed as many stirring incidents, had more hair-breadth escapes, or gone through more of the hardships and perils of a border life than Big-Foot Wallace. He was a participant in almost every fight, foray and skirmish with the Mexicans and Indians that took place in Texas since he first landed on her shores in 1836.

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This should be required reading.

While listening to “Bigfoot" Wallace’s adventuresome accounts in the wilderness of Texas, I’ve realized that many of his original tales have been retold in fictional books and movies.
It’s good to hear the original tales as they actually happened to him.
As a seventh generation Texan I’m inclined to believe that this book should be required study by all those currently migrating into Texas from North, South East or West.
Thanks for making this available on audible 👍