Reverend Sambo Johnson
Reverend Sambo Johnson was a pen name used by James Sinclair Allen. Reverend Sambo wrote a series of "Lectures" that were published in the Weekly Nacogdoches Sentinel. His comments on life were eagerly awaited by all of his loyal readers. Troyce told us that her mother, Lillian, told her once that she never dreamed she would ever get to meet Reverend Sambo Johnson, much less get to marry his son!"
A Lecture On The Simple Young Man
A Lecture On Diversified Farming in East Texas
Sambo Thought A Preacher Was To Dine
Another Fishing Trip
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