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1 Wallace, Ernest. CHARLES DeMORSE. Pioneer Editor and Statesman.
Lubbock Texas Tech 1943 1st. Cloth Very Good 
271 pp., frontis, photos, index. Inscribed. Some soil on backstrip, front cover. The biog. of DeMorse, founder of the Northern Standard, the first newspaper to appear in N.E. Texas at Clarksville. DeMorse is known as the "Father of Texas Journalism". He served in the 29th Tx. Cavalry, fought at Honey Springs & Poison Springs, served in the Texas Navy as well, later a delegate to the Texas Constitutional Convention. 
Price: 35.00 USD
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2 Wallace, Ernest & David M. Vigness DOCUMENTS OF TEXAS HISTORY
Austin Steck Co. 1963 1st. Cloth Very Good None 
Cloth (no d.j.) 293 pp., index. D.j. flaps glued to endpapers. Small school library stamp, o/w very nice copy. Includes 126 documents that influenced Texas history and Includes introductions to documents which give background and interpretation. 
Price: 30.00 USD
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3 Wallace, Ernest; Vigness & David M. DOCUMENTS OF TEXAS HISTORY
Austin Steck Co. 1963 1st. Cloth Very Good Very Good 
D.j. (clipped), 293 pp., index.. Includes 126 documents that influenced Texas history and Includes introductions to documents which give background and interpretation. 
Price: 30.00 USD
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4 Wallace, Ernest. RANALD S. MACKENZIE ON THE TEXAS FRONTIER.
Lubbock West Tx. Museum Assoc. 1964 1st. Stiff Dec. Wrs. Fine 
Stiff paper covers, Vol. VII-VIII, 1963-1964 issue of The Museum Journal, 214 pp., photos of Mackenzie as a young officer & in 1876, index. Maps of 1872 & 1874 expeditions & battle. First printing of Wallace's biography & study of Mackenzie. The main feature is the Indian warfare primarily against the Comanche that he successfully carried out. 
Price: 100.00 USD
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5 Wallace, Ernest, ed. RANALD S. MACKENZIE'S OFFICIAL CORRESPONDENCE RELATING TO TEXAS, 1871- 1873 and 1873-1879.
Lubbock Museum Association 1st. Fine  Near Fine 
1967&1968.. 2 vols. in custom slipcase. Mackenzie's official correspondence. RSM took over command of the 4th Cav. at Ft. Concho in 1871. Between 1871 & 1879, Mackenzie made W.Tx. safe for cattlemen & farmers from the Comanches.  
Price: 200.00 USD
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6 Wallace, Ernest, ed. RANALD S. MACKENZIE'S OFFICIAL CORRESPONDENCE RELATING TO TEXAS, 1871- 1873 and 1873-1879.
Lubbock Museum Association 1967 1st. Cloth Near Fine Very Good 
D.j. (edges worn, minor tears), 2 vols., 202 & 241 pp., index. Pub.1967&1968. Mackenzie's official correspondence. He took over command of the 4th Cav. at Ft. Concho in 1871. Between 1871 & 1879, Mackenzie made WestTexas safe for cattlemen & farmers from the Comanches. 
Price: 100.00 USD
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7 Wallace, Ernest, ed. RANALD S. MACKENZIE'S OFFICIAL CORRESPONDENCE RELATING TO TEXAS, 1871- 1873 and 1873-1879.
Lubbock Museum Association 1st. Cloth Fine Near Fine 
1967&1968.. 2 vols., slipcase. Mackenzie's official correspondence. RSM took over command of the 4th Cav. at Ft. Concho in 1871. Between 1871 & 1879, Mackenzie made W.Tx. safe for cattlemen & farmers from the Comanches. 
Price: 150.00 USD
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8 Wallace, Ernest, ed. RANALD S. MACKENZIE'S OFFICIAL CORRESPONDENCE RELATING TO TEXAS, 1871- 1873.
Lubbock Museum Association 1965 1st. Fine Fine 
202 pp., index. First volume of Mackenzie's official correspondence. RSM took over command of the 4th Cav. at Ft. Concho in 1871. Between 1871 & 1879, Mackenzie made W.Tx. safe for cattlemen & farmers from the Comanches. 
Price: 90.00 USD
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9 Wallace, Ernest. TEXAS IN TURMOIL.
Austin Steck-Vaughn 1985 1st. Fine Fine 
D.j., 295 pp., illus. by Warren Hunter, index. A volume in the Saga of Texas series edited by Seymour Connor. This volume covers the years 1849-1875. Indian warfare in West Texas, plantations in East Texas, Civil War, and Reconstruction. 
Price: 25.00 USD
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10 Wallace, Ernest. THE HOWLING OF THE COYOTES. Reconstruction Efforts to Divide Texas.
Coll.Sta. Texas A & M 1979 1st. Cloth Very Good + 
217 pp., photos, maps, index. The story of the little known attempt in 1868 by a group of West Texas reconstructionists to form a separate state of West Texas. Some underlining with orange map pencil. 
Price: 25.00 USD
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