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Publisher: Published by Collier Books,:
Seller ID: 001364
CR 1968, this is the first by Collier in 1980. PAPER covers, all good+. Map on frontis. A History of Texas and the Texans. 761 pages w/index. History, Texas, Texans, Americana, Western Americana. View more info
By: Hough, Emerson.
Publisher: Published by D. Appleton, CR 1902,:
Seller ID: 000777
Hard Cover. CR 1923, 1st edition, 429 pages with 7 pages of ads. Green with gold lettering, spine dark o/w good+. B&W ilustrations by W.H.D. Koerner. Western fiction, pioneers, Based on a cattle drive that saved Texas from starvation. Texas, cattle, cattle drives, western americana. View more info
By: Knaggs, John R.
Publisher: Austin, Texas, Eakin Press:
Edition: Third Edition
Inscription: Signed by Author
Seller ID: 002288
A novel of the Texas Revolution. Foreward by T.R. Fehrenback. Dust jacket slight tears, otherwise all good+. SIGNED by author and dated 1985, San Antonio, Texas. Map frontis. Cover by Don Collins. CR 1977, 3rd edition, November 1984, 289 pages. A historical novel being told for the first time from both sides of the conflict in the Texas Revolution. Santa Anna and the Mexican Army confront the Alamo defenders, and then the trap is laid by Sam Houston to catch Santa Anna. This gives the reader a unique dual vision. View more info
By: Wisehart, M. K.
Publisher: Published by Robert B. Luce, CR 1962,:
Seller ID: 001421
CR 1962 with 712 pages w/index. Believe 1st. Dust jacket does have tears and edge wear. Blue covers with gold lettering all good+. Ten (10) illustrations. Houston's personal life was tumultuous and as eventful as his public life. Marriage scandal, alcoholism, disappearing into Indian territory for long stretches of time, his refusal to join the clamor for secession, Houston emerges as a man of indomitable courage and endured crises that would have submerged lesser men in self-pity and defect. Western Americana, Texas, Sam Houston, Biography. View more info