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1 Jennings, N. A. A TEXAS RANGER.
Austin Steck Co. 1959 Pict. Cloth Fine Mylar 
Pictorial cloth, mylar, 321 pp., several color plates. BTB #107(C)-one of the most interesting accounts of the life of the Texas Rangers in the late 1870's. Jennings came to Texas in 1874 & joined McNelly's company, serving for 3 years. After becoming a well-known journalist, he wrote the book in 1899. 
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2 Jennings, N. A. A TEXAS RANGER.
Chicago Lakeside Press 1992 Cloth Fine  
Fine Lakeside reprint. 347 pp., illus., index. BTB #107-one of the most interesting accounts of the life of the Texas Rangers in the late 1870's. Jennings came to Texas in 1874 & joined McNelly's company, serving for 3 years. After becoming a well-known journalist, he wrote the book in 1899.  
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3 Jennings, N. A. A TEXAS RANGER.
Chicago Lakeside Press 1992 Cloth Fine  No Jacket 
Fine Lakeside reprint, 347 pp., illus., index. BTB #107-one of the most interesting accounts of the life of the Texas Rangers in the late 1870's. Jennings came to Texas in 1874 & joined McNelly's company, serving for 3 years. After becoming a well-known journalist, he wrote the book in 1899.  
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4 Jennings, N. A. A TEXAS RANGER.
Chicago Lakeside Press 1992 Cloth Fine 
Fine Lakeside reprint. 347 pp., illus., index BTB #107-one of the most interesting accounts of the life of the Texas Rangers in the late 1870's. Jennings came to Texas in 1874 & joined McNelly's company, serving for 3 years. After becoming a well-known journalist, he wrote the book in 1899. 
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5 Jennings, N. A. A TEXAS RANGER.
Chicago Lakeside Press 1992 Cloth Fine 
Brown cloth, 347 pp., illus., index. BTB #107-one of the most interesting accounts of the life of the Texas Rangers in the late 1870's. Jennings came to Texas in 1874 & joined McNelly's company, serving for 3 years. After becoming a well-known journalist, he wrote the book in 1899. Lakeside Press edition. Inscribed by Ben Procter, Texas historian & author, to a friend at TCU. 
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6 Jennings, N.A. A TEXAS RANGER.
Dallas Turner Co. 1936 Revised Ed., 3rd Prtg. Very Good Very Good 
D.j. (edges worn, missing small pieces),158 pp. Bookplate, missing fly. Revised edition with foreword by J.Frank Dobie. Basic Tx. Bks. #107(A)- written by a young reporter who served under L.H. McNelly, one of the most interesting accounts of Tx. Rangers. Adams 150- #85; Guns 1173. 
Price: 50.00 USD
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7 Jennings, N.A. A TEXAS RANGER.
N.Y. Charles Scribner's Sons 1899 1st. Pictorial Cloth Very Good Mylar 
Ilustrated cloth, 321 pp. Small stain on bottom front corner of the first 60 pages, otherwised a very nice copy of a rare book. Basic Tx. Bks #107-written by a young reporter who served under Leander H. McNelly, this is one of the most interesting accounts of Texas Rangers. Jennings served almost three years (1874-1877) under McNelly, then returned east & became a well-known journalist. Adams 150-#85; Guns 1173; Fifty Texas Rarities 50; Dobie p. 60. 
Price: 800.00 USD
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