The Frontier lasted longer here than in many places, so some of those things are interesting. As are the old pictures of that era.
There is a lot more religion/Christianity in the book than I can really stomach, but that's the lifestyle choice/orientation of my relatives.
Some events I lived through even crop up in later stories- particularly the Easter Blizzard of 1970.
If you are interested in personal accounts of life on the dry plains of the western Texas panhandle during the 1930s, 1940s, 1950s, and beyond, or if you know someone who might be, check it out.