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1 VOICE OF THE MEXICAN BORDER. 1936 Centennial Edition
Marfa O.L. Shipman 1936 1st. Edition Magazine Near Fine No Jacket 
Cover photo of Margaret Jane Cook Dolan. Contains J.E. Gregg's History of Presidio County & other articles on the County. Articles on the Brites, Pancho Villa. 
Price: 75.00 USD
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2 VOICE OF THE MEXICAN BORDER. April-May 1934.
Marfa O.L. Shipman 1934 1st. Edition Magazine Near Fine No Jacket 
Covers show paintings from the El Paso County courthouse lobby. Articles on Spanish Explorations Along the Conchos & Rio Grande Terlingua history, the Border Patrol, R.E. Thomason, etc. 
Price: 50.00 USD
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3 VOICE OF THE MEXICAN BORDER. December 1933. El Paso Issue.
Marfa O.L. Shipman 1933 1st. Edition Magazine Very Good No Jacket 
Water damage. Articles on El Paso, Bandits, Camels in the Big Bend (O.W. Williams), Ft. Quitman, El Paso Salt War,etc. Some early History of Presidio, Fort Davis, Van Horn wells. 
Price: 50.00 USD
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4 VOICE OF THE MEXICAN BORDER. February-March 1934.
Marfa O.L. Shipman 1934 1st. Edition Magazine Very Good No Jacket 
Articles on the Boundary Survey, Yaqui indians, Lost Guadalupe gold mine, Lone Red Murder Yearling of West Texas, History of Presidio county by Gregg, Early West Texas Cattle & Horse brands. 
Price: 50.00 USD
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5 VOICE OF THE MEXICAN BORDER. January 1934.
Marfa O.L. Shipman 1934 1st. Edition Magazine Near Fine No Jacket 
Articles on San Elizario, Tom O'Folliard (Billy the Kid's partner), El Paso Salt War (part 2), Austin's Original 300, etc. Cowboy preacher L.R. Millican. 
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6 VOICE OF THE MEXICAN BORDER. November 1933. John Nance Garner issue.
Marfa O.L. Shipman 1933 1st. Edition Magazine Very Good No Jacket 
Articles by Jack Shipman, Warren J. Hunter, others about Indians, Texas Rangers (Lt. Charles Nevill, Capt. H.J. Richarz). Ranchers and cowboys. Some staining due to water. 
Price: 50.00 USD
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7 Adair, John L., Compiled By. CONSTITUTION AND LAWS OF THE CHEROKEE NATION Published By an Act of the National Council 1892
Parsons, Kansas The Foley R'y Printing Co. 1893 1st. Cloth Fine 
Tan library cloth w/red & black leather spine labels, 426 pp., index. Rebound. Contents in excellent conditon. Probably the most refined codification among the Five Civilized Tribes. Compiled by John L. Adair. 
Price: 150.00 USD
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8 Beck, Mrs. Henry Harrison. ON THE TEXAS FRONTIER.
Santa Barbara Fithian Press 1999 Dec. Cloth Fine Fine 
D.j., 295 pp., plates. Reprint of a rare piece of Texana. The autobiography of Fannie Davis Veale Beck, born in Dresden, Tx., in 1861. She grew up in Palo Pinto, lived at Breckenridge & Clear Fork of Brazos, family encounters w/Indians, Ku Klux Klan. An excellent book. Ltd. 250c for sale. 
Price: 100.00 USD
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9 Cunningham, Eugene. TRIGGERNOMETRY. A Gallery of Gunfighters.
Caldwell Caxton Printers 1975 Cloth Fine Fine 
D.j., 441 pp., illus. w/photos from the Rose Collection. Foreword by Eugene Manlove Rhodes. One of the best books on gunfighters. Guns #530-standard work & reliable on most points. 
Price: 20.00 USD
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10 Dale, Edward Everett COW COUNTRY.
Norman U. Of Ok. 1942 1st. Cloth Fine Fine 
D.j., 265 pp., chapter head illus. Herd 632-" A collection of essays published in various periodicals during the past quarter of a century." Six-Guns 543-"Minor mention of certain outlaws and the Johnson County War." 
Price: 50.00 USD
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11 Davis, Edwin A. FALLEN GUIDON. The Forgotten Saga of Gen. Jo Shelby's Confederate Command...
Santa Fe Stagecoach Press 1962 1st. Cloth Fine Fine 
D.j. (clipped), 174 pp., illus. Limited. ed. The story of Shelby's Brigade & its Expedition across Texas & down to Mexico City in 1865. Excellent book about a little known episode at the close of the Civil War. 
Price: 50.00 USD
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12 Davis, William C. THE IMPERILED UNION : 1861-1865. Vol. I-The Deep Waters of the Proud & Vol. II-Stand in the Day of Battle.
Garden City Doubleday & Co. 1982 1st. Cloth & Bds, Near Fine Fine 
Two volumes, 1982 & 1983, d.j., 316 & 359 pp., many photos & an index in each volume, endpaper maps. A history of the Civil War, chronicling not only the battles, but portraying the political, economic, social, & intellectual ferment characterizing the era. 
Price: 40.00 USD
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13 Dobie, J. Frank ON THE OPEN RANGE.
Dallas Banks Upshaw & Co. 1940 5th Prtg. Cloth Fine Fine 
D.j. (price clipped), 312 pp., color frontis & three color illustrations plus 14 black & white drawings by Carlton Mead. Nicely INSCRIBED by Dobie. The book covers the "open" range, its wildlife, mustangs, longhorns, Indian captives, buried treasure, & more. 
Price: 150.00 USD
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14 Dobie, Dudley R. A BRIEF HISTORY OF HAYS COUNTY AND SAN MARCOS, TEXAS
San Marcos Privately Printed 1948 1st. Paper Fine No D.j. Issued 
Stiff paper covers, 71 pp., frontis illus. of Capt. Jack Hays. Originally pub. in the San Marcos Record to commemorate the Centennial year, contains material on Hays County, early trail drivers, Texas Rangers, and a brief old-timer reminiscence of Ben Thompson. 
Price: 45.00 USD
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15 Dobie, J. Frank. BOB MORE. Man and Birdman.
Dallas Encino Press 1965 1st. Cloth Near Fine No D.j. Issued 
Light cardboard slipcase (some fading on front panel), tan cloth with paper label, 27 pp. #329/550c. Fine limited edition reprint of one of Dobie's scarcest sketches and Christmas pamphlets. Designed by William Wittliff. Guy Jackson bookplate. 
Price: 50.00 USD
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16 Dobie, J.Frank. CORONADO'S CHILDREN. Tales of Lost Mines & Buried Treasures of the Southwest
Dallas Southwest Press 1930 1st. Ed., 1st State Cloth Very Good 
Original black cloth w/gilt lettering & decoration, 329 pp., illus. True first with "a cowman" in the dedication. Spine lettering & decoration faded off. No d.j. SIGNED. Basic Tx. Bks# 45 -the best work ever written on hidden treasure & one of the most fascinating books on any subject to come out of Texas. 
Price: 250.00 USD
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17 Dolbeare, Dr. Benjamin. A NARRATIVE OF THE CAPTIVITY AND SUFFERING OF DOLLY WEBSTER AMONG THE CAMANCHE INDIANS IN TEXAS...
New Haven Yale 1986 1st. Of This Ed. Cloth & bds. As New No D.j. Issued 
Brown cloth spine over marbled boards, 34 pp. Exact printed facsimile of the only known copy. 1 of 500c printed at Meriden Stinhour Press. Her captors were among the Comanche bands which sent representatives to San Antonio to participate in treaty negociations which led to the famous Council House Fight of 1840. With an account of the massacre of John Webster & his party. Tate 2281. 
Price: 40.00 USD
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18 Eastman, Edwin. SEVEN AND NINE YEARS AMONG THE CAMANCHES AND APACHES.
Toyahville Frontier Book Co. 1964 Cloth Near Fine No D.j. Issued 
Gray cloth, 304 pp. Nice reprint of scarce 1889 edition. A captivity narrative by the author whose father & brother were killed and his wife was also taken captive. Contains both narratives. One of the better reprints done by Ed Bartholomew. 
Price: 35.00 USD
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19 Elkins, Capt. John M. INDIAN FIGHTING ON THE TEXAS FRONTIER.
Amarillo Russell & Cockrell 1929 1st. Revised Ed. Pict. Wrs. Very Good 
Stiff decorated paper covers, 96 pp., portraits. Extended covers very chipped on edges. Originally pub. in 1908, the first is very rare. This edition was written by Frank McCarty, who substantially rewrote the text and added additional chapters. Elkins, a Texas Ranger & first sheriff of Coleman Cty., recounts his ranger days on the Northwest Texas frontier in 1860-80. Gives his first-hand description of the recapture of Cynthia Ann Parker. Tate, Indians of Texas: 2366. 
Price: 125.00 USD
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20 Evans, Lon. THE PURPLE LAWMAN. From Horned Toad to High Sheriff. The Story of Lon Evans.
Fort Worth The Summit Group 1990 1st. Fine Fine 
D.j., 183 pp., photos. Stamped inscription & signature of Evans on fly. Autobiography of Lon Evans who served as sheriff of Tarrant County, Tx., for 24 years. Evans was an All-Southwest Conference football player at TCU, was installed in the Green Bay Packers Hall of Fame, and was one of the best known professional football officials before becoming sheriff. 
Price: 30.00 USD
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