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1 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. Quarter Leather & Marbled Bds Very Good 
Quarter brown leather over marbled boards (leather corners worn off), 426 pp., index. Cheap paper & both free endpapers have minor torn places. Probably the most refined codification among the Five Civilized Tribes. Compiled by John L. Adair. 
Price: 200.00 USD
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2 HISTORY OF THE CATTLEMEN OF TEXAS.
Austin T S H A 1991 Leatherette Fine Mylar 
Dark brown spine & tan covers, 350 pp., photos, index. Introd. by Harwood Hinton. Rarest volume in rangeland literature. Privately printed in 1914 for families of the Cattle Raisers' Assoc., contains biographical sketches of 60 ranchers & pioneers. Six-Score #59-among the rarest and least known of books on the range cattle industry. 
Price: 300.00 USD
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3 VISIT TO TEXAS Being the Journal of a Traveler Through Those Parts Most Interesting to American Settlers, with Descriptions of the Scenery &C. &C.
Austin Steck Co. 1952 Cloth Fine Slipcase 
Cloth, boxed, 264 pp. plus Meteorological Journal, fold out map. Facs. reprod. of 1834 first edition. Basic Tx. Bks #209(b)-one of the most important accounts of Texas during a critical period. Presents a vivid picture of the country and its resources. 
Price: 45.00 USD
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4 Acheson, Sam. JOE BAILEY: THE LAST DEMOCRAT.
N. Y. Macmillan 1932 1st. Cloth Very Good Very Good 
D.j. (spine faded, edges worn, small pieces missing top spine & front corner), 420 pp., frontis., biblio., index. Excellent biography of Texas Democrat Senator who had a prominent part in the legislation & controversies about McKinley, Spanish American War, Roosevelt, & Woodrow Wilson's presidential run. Ike Moore bookplate. 
Price: 30.00 USD
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5 Adams, Andy. A TEXAS MATCHMAKER.
Boston Houghton Mifflin 1904 1st. Cloth Very Good None 
Decorated cloth, 355 pp., illus. by E. Boyd Smith. Bookplate, top spine worn, otherwise nice copy. 
Price: 50.00 USD
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6 Alessio Robles, Vito. COAHUILA Y TEXAS. Desde la consumacion de la Independencia hasta el Tratado de Paz de Guadalupe Hidalgo.
Mexico Ed. Porrua 1979 2nd Ed. Stiff Wrs. Fine 
2 volumes, 542 + 540 pp., maps, illus., index. Basic Tx. Books #1- History of Texas as a Spanish province & state from the Mexican viewpoint. A major which has never been translated from the Spanish. Partially uncut. 
Price: 100.00 USD
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7 Alessio Robles, Vito. COAHUILA Y TEXAS. Desde la Consumacion de la Independencia hasta el Tratado de Paz de Guadalupe Hidalgo.
Mexico Ed. Porrua 1979 2nd Ed. Cloth Fine Very Good 
2 volumes, 542 + 540 pp., maps, illus., index. Basic Tx. Books #1- History of Texas as a Spanish province & state from the Mexican viewpoint. A major work which has never been translated from the Spanish. D.j. on Vol. II has brown mark running top to bottom on front & back. 
Price: 150.00 USD
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8 Alexander, Bob WINCHESTER WARRIORS. Texas Rangers of Company D, 1874-1901.
Denton UNT 2009 1st. As New As New 
D.j., 402 pp., photos, index. SIGNED. Fine new work on the Texas Rangers by Waxahachie author. 
Price: 40.00 USD
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9 Almaraz, Dr. Felix D., Hubert J. Miller, Others BORDERLANDS. The Heritage of the Lower Rio Grande Through the Art of Jose Cisneros
Edinburg Hidalgo County Historical Museum 1998 1st. Fine Fine 
159 pp., color illus. 9"x11". First 41 pages contain an essay on Cisneros and history of the Rio Grande Valley; the rest is full page color illustrations by Cisneros with a facing page of text about the subject of the illustration. 
Price: 35.00 USD
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10 Anonymous AN ABSTRACT OF THE ORIGINAL TITLES OF RECORD IN THE GENERAL LAND OFFICE.
Austin Pemberton 1964 1st. Of This Ed. Cloth & Marbled Bds. Fine No D.j. Issued 
Cloth spine & corners, marbled boards w/paper label on spine, 182 pp. Facsimile reprod. of 1838 ed. Basic Tx. Bks#204(J)- one of the essential research tools on Texas lands & their settlement. Comprises a listing of all persons granted title to land in Texas, with date of grant, location, amount of land, & other details. Introd. by Mary Lewis Ulmer. 
Price: 75.00 USD
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11 Arnold, James R. JEFF DAVIS'S OWN. Cavalry, Comanches, and the Battle for the Texas Frontier.
N. Y. John Wiley & Sons 2000 0-471-33364-6 / 9780471333647 1st. Cloth Fine Fine 
D.j., 378 pp., map, photos, index. The story of the Second Cavalry in Texas. It was created by Jefferson Davis, Sec. of War, with handpicked officers---16 of whom were later generals in the Civil War, on both sides. First in-depth study. 
Price: 25.00 USD
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12 Ashley, Carlos. THAT SPOTTED SOW & Other Hill Country Ballads.
Austin Steck Co. 1949 Cloth Fine Very Good 
D.j., 63 pp., illus. by H.D. Bugbee. Foreword by Dr. Rebecca W. Smith. A collection of Ashley's best known & best loved poems, with a number of new ballads. 
Price: 30.00 USD
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13 Askins, Col. Charles. TEXANS, GUNS & HISTORY.
N.Y. Winchester Press 1970 1st. Cloth Near Fine Very Good 
D.j. (some soil), 246 pp., 32 extra pages of photos, index. Covers McNelly, Capt. John Hughes, and many other Texas Rangers; Dallas Stoudenmire, John Wesley Hardin, Sam Bass, Bonnie & Clyde and many other Texas outlaws or gunfighters. "W" stamped on fly. 
Price: 25.00 USD
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14 Avera, Carl L. WIND SWEPT LAND.
San Antonio Naylor 1964 1st. Bds. Very Good Very Good 
D.j. (clipped), 89 pp., photos, guide map on e.p. History of Palestine, Texas, county seat of Anderson county from 1846 to about 1930. Boards slightly bent about an inch from the top not effecting text. SIGNED by Avera. 
Price: 35.00 USD
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15 Averell, William Woods. TEN YEARS IN THE SADDLE. Memoir of William Woods Averell 1851-1862.
San Rafael Presidio Press 1978 1st. Cloth Fine Very Good 
D.j. (clipped), 443 pp., illus., index. Averell served at Ft. Defiance in N.M., in the Civil War, in the Indian Wars, etc. 
Price: 25.00 USD
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16 Bailey, Anne J. BETWEEN THE ENEMY AND TEXAS: PARSON'S TEXAS CAVALRY IN THE CIVIL WAR.
Fort Worth TCU 1989 1st. Cloth & Dec. Boards Fine No D.j. Issued 
Cloth with paper covered boards, no d.j. issued, 355 pp., illus., photos, maps, index. Nice work on Parson's Texas Cavalry, recruited from North Texas, who fought in Arkansas, Missouri, & Louisiana. 
Price: 35.00 USD
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17 Baker, D.W.C. A TEXAS SCRAP-BOOK. Made Up of the History, Biography, & Miscellany of Texas & Its People.
Austin TSHA 1991 Fine Fine 
727 pp., index. BTB#5-reprint of the 1875 edition. All editions are scarce with the 1935 reprint going for $200 up. Still a highly useful resource on early Texas. Baker settled in Austin in 1850. 
Price: 75.00 USD
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18 Baker, J.W. A HISTORY OF ROBERTSON COUNTY, TEXAS.
Waco Texian Press 1970 1st. Fine Near Fine 
D.j., 571 pp., photos, map, index. Early settlement on the Brazos River starting in the 1820's. 
Price: 50.00 USD
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19 Baker, Karle Wilson. STAR OF THE WILDERNESS.
N. Y. Coward-McCann 1942 1st. Cloth Very Good Good 
D.j. (tattered, repaired), 508 pp., endpaper maps. Bookplate. A fascinating story of the years preceding the Texas Revolution. 
Price: 30.00 USD
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20 Baker, Rev. William M. THE LIFE AND LABOURS OF THE REV. DANIEL BAKER, D.D. PASTOR AND EVAGELIST
Philadelphia William S. And Alfred Martien 1858 1st. Original Cloth Good No Jacket 
Cloth (very worn on spine ends & edges, badly spotted), 560 pp., frontis. Bookplate; pp. 361-364 badly stained. Presentation copy by the author. Life of Rev. Daniel Baker, a Presbyterian minister, who first came to Texas in 1840. He returned to the U.S. and then came back to Texas in 1848 as pastor of theFirst Presbyterian Church in Galveston. He organized the formation of Austin College in Huntsville in 1849 & became its president in 1853 until 1857, dying shortly thereafter. 
Price: 100.00 USD
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