"Taming the Storm: The Life and Times of Judge Frank M. Johnson and the South's Fight over Civil Rights" won the 1994 Robert F. Kennedy Book Award. "Taming the Storm" follows Frank Johnson's passion for justice and the revolution for equality. http://rfkcenter.org/1994-qtaming-the-stormq-by-jack-bass?lang=en
#MetKids Fun Fact: Auguste Edouart practiced cutting out pictures of heads for almost a whole year before he started cutting out full figures. | Auguste Edouart (French, 1789–1861). Frank Johnson, Leader of the Brass Band of the 128th Regiment in Saratoga, with his wife, Helen, 1842–44. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Gift of Philip S. P. and Elisabeth W. Fell, 1976 (1976.652.3-4)
Francis White "Frank" Johnson (October 3, 1799 – April 8, 1884) was a co-commander of the Texian Army from December 1835 through February 1836, during the Texas Revolution. Johnson arrived in Texas in 1826 and worked as a surveyor for several empresarios, including Stephen F. Austin. He settled permanently near Austin, Texas in 1871 and spent the rest of his life researching Texas history. A History Of Texas and Texans.