Lora-Marie Bernard

Lora-Marie Bernard
Lora-Marie Bernard
Counterfeit Prince of Old Texas
After Monroe Edwards died in Sing Sing prison in 1847, penny dreadfuls memorialized him as the most celebrated American forger until the turn of the century. With a bizarre biography too complicated for easy history, his critical contributions to Texas settlement, revolution, and annexation were inextricably mired in his activities as a slave smuggler and confidence man. Author Lora-Marie Bernard unravels the unbelievable story of one of the most notorious criminal adventurers ever to set foot on the soil of the Lone Star State.
Lower Brazos River Canals, Houston Center: A Vision to Excellence
Lora-Marie Bernard
@LoraMarieB
Houston Texas
Texas author & storyteller Lora-Marie Bernard writes nonfiction books about interesting Texans and the historic relationship between the Texas economy and its environment.
Texas history and crime, Women leaders in Texas, Texas economic history and development, Texas river/water management.