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PIONEER DAYS...TWO VIEWS: EARLY DAYS IN WEST TEXAS and RECOLLECTIONS OF MISS TOMMIE CLACK.

By: Clack, Mary Hampton; Katharyn Duff & Betty Kay Seibt

Price: $100.00

Publisher: Abilene, Zachry Assoc.: 1979

Edition: 1st.

Inventory Number: 018783

Condition: Fine


234 pp. D.j. (spine and edges some fading) two vols. in one-Reprint of the rare "Early Days in West Texas" originally pub. in 1932 on her pioneer life in Texas in the 1870's & 1880's, and a first printing of her niece's "Recollections of Miss Tommie Clack" written when she was 95. 234 pp., endpaper map, photos, chapter head illus. SIGNED by both. View more info

THE DIARY OF WILLIAM FAIRFAX GRAY. From Virginia to Texas, 1835-1837.

By: Gray, Wm. Fairfax.

Price: $60.00

Publisher: Houston, Fletcher Young Pub.: 1965

Edition: Facsimile Reprint

Inventory Number: 015669

Condition: Fine


230 pp. BTB #79-The best account of events in Texas during the Revolution written as they occurred. No other work equals his diary for immediacy, perceptiveness and readability. View more info

CAPTAIN C.B. McKINNEY. The Law in South Texas.

By: Parsons, Chuck and Gary Fitterer.

Price: $75.00

Publisher: Austin, State House Press: 1993

Edition: 1st.

Inventory Number: 018678

Condition: As New


160 pp., illus., index. Served under McNelly & Lee Hall, then elected Sheriff. Killed in the line of duty. Still in shrink wrap. View more info

THE SECOND WILLIAM PENN.

By: Ryus, William H.

Price: $22.50

Publisher: Kansas City, Frank T. Riley: 1913

Edition: 1st.

Inventory Number: 008994

Condition: Near Fine


176 pp., frontis., illus. Rittenhouse SFT#500-title from a statement that Ryus "got along with Indians as well as William Penn did." Firsthand account of staging on SFT. He was also sutler at Ft. Union; knew Carson, Wootton, & Maxwell. View more info

THE CATTLEMEN From the Rio Grande Across The Far Marias.

By: Sandoz, Mari.

Price: $22.50

Publisher: N.Y., Hastings House: 1958

Edition: 1st.

Inventory Number: 009858

Condition: Very Good


527 pp., illus., e.p. maps. Guns #1938. The story of cattle in America & the cattlemen whose ranches reach from the Rio Grande to Montana View more info

FORT McKAVETT: A TEXAS FRONTIER POST

By: Sullivan, Jerry M.

Price: $25.00

Publisher: Lubbock, West Texas Museum Association: 1981

Inventory Number: 018694

Condition: Fine


74 pp., illus., index. The Museum Journal XX 1981. An account of one of a line of forts that were established in Texas in the early 1850s to protect settlers from the Indians, who were desperately fighting to protect their way of life. View more info