Are Sallie Chisum's diary transcriptions available for purchase?

Yes they are!  Thanks to researcher Skipper Steely of Paris, Texas, Sallie's diaries and transcriptions are now available to all interested history buffs!  They are listed on as "Chisum Diaries and Journals: Sallie and John Chisum Memoirs Merged" by Skipper Steely, in an electronic form.  Mr. Steely is a responsible researcher and nice man--he did this project right!  

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