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  • Lisa Wilson

    Cornelia Adair - although a naturalized British citizen, she became a notable Texan. In 1877, her husband and Charles Goodnight formed a partnership to found the JA Ranch with Goodnight as its manager. By 1888, after her husband died, Cornelia became partners with Goodnight from whom she shrewdly gained ownership JA and it's brand. By 1917 her ranch covered half a million acres of the Texas panhandle.

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