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CAPTAIN CLINT PEOPLES, TEXAS RANGER.

By: Day, James M.

Price: $60.00

Publisher: Waco, Texian: 1980

Edition: 1st.

Inventory Number: 022495

Condition: Fine


D.j. (price clipped), 201 pp., plus 40 pp. of photos, index. Fine biography of a modern day Ranger from Montgomery County, later U.S. Marshal in Dallas. View more info

ALONG THE EARLY TRAILS OF THE SOUTHWEST.

By: Gard, Wayne; Dean Krakel; Joe B. Frantz; Dorman Winfrey; Gordon Frost; John Jenkins.

Price: $35.00

Publisher: Austin, Pemberton Press: 1969

Edition: 1st.

Inventory Number: 009838

Condition: Very Good


D.j., 175 pp., 6 color & many black & white illus. by Melvin Warren. Covers Old San Antonio Road, Chisholm Trail, Butterfield Overland Mail Trail, Goodnight-Loving Trail, Dodge Santa Fe Trail, and Dodge City Trail by a group of excellent authors. Some brown spots on d.j. Extra print laid in. View more info

DIPLOMATIC CORRESPONDENCE OF THE REPUBLIC OF TEXAS.

By: Garrison, George P., Ed.

Price: $150.00

Publisher: Wash. D.C., GPO: 1911

Edition: 1st.

Inventory Number: 022005

Condition: Very Good


Annual Report of American Hist. Assoc. for 1907-1908. Orig. blue cloth, gilt lettering, 3 vols- 646; 805; 806-1617 pp., index. New enpapers; first two volumes have small embossed seal on title. Nice tight copies w/no exterior markings. BASIC TX. BKS. #73-"This is the basic source work for official diplomatic papers of the Republic of Texas." Overall a very nice set. View more info

CYNTHIA ANN PARKER

By: Jackson, Grace

Price: $50.00

Publisher: San Antonio, Naylor: 1959

Edition: 1st.

Inventory Number: 022533

Condition: Near Fine


D.j. (clipped), 138 pp., illus., photos. One of the earlier biographies of Cynthia Ann Parker which has become very scarce. Contains a number of photos of Quanah Parker. During a Comanche attack on Fort Parker, nine year old Cynthia Ann was kidnapped. She later became the wife of the chief, Peta Nocona and the mother of Quanah Parker. She was taken from the Comanches by Texas Rangers after 23 years. View more info

CONFEDERATE STRUGGLE FOR COMMAND. General James Longstreet and the First Corps in the West.

By: Mendoza, Alexander.

Price: $35.00

Publisher: Coll. Sta., Tx. A&M: 2008

Edition: 1st.

Inventory Number: 022599

Condition: Fine


D.j., 278 pp., illus., maps, index. A comprehensive analysis of Gen. Longstreet's leadership during his seven month assignment in the Tennessee theater of operations. View more info

MONTY'S MONTHLY Digest of Valley Activities.

By: Montgomery, P. E.

Price: $20.00

Publisher: McAllen, Author: 1923

Edition: 1st.

Inventory Number: 022458

Condition: Good


Stiff paper covers, 64 pp., photos. many ads.Some scribbling on cover, pages 1 & 3 but still readable. Article on The Winter Tourist Crop and generally articles about Valley activities. View more info

PUNITIVE WAR. Confederate Guerrillas and Union Reprisals.

By: Mountcastle, Clay.

Price: $30.00

Publisher: Lawrence, U. Of Kansas: 2009

Edition: 1st.

Inventory Number: 022600

Condition: Fine


D.j., 202 pp., illus., maps, index. Confederate guerrillas drove Union soldiers & their leaders to desperation through widespread relentless surprise attacks & ambushes. A look at the complex nature of guerrilla warfare in the Civil War & the Union Army's calculated response. View more info

SCOUT AND RANGER: Being the Personal Adventures of Corporal Pike of the 4th Ohio Cavalry, As A Texas Ranger, In The Indian Wars, Delineating Western Adventure; Afterward A Scout and a Spy, in Tennessee, Alabama, Georgia and the Carolinas....

By: Pike, Corporal (James).

Price: $950.00

Publisher: Cincinatti & N.Y., J. R. Hawley & Co.: 1865

Edition: 1st.

Inventory Number: 022556

Condition: Very Good


Blue cloth w/gilt spine lettering, 394 pp., 24 full page woodcut illus., rectangular frontis. Nicely rebound. Some browning on the frontis & brown spots on some pages throughout. No errata sheet. Does not have oval frontis but does have "Indian Red" as last three words on line 3, pp. 151; so cannot determine if 1st or 2nd state. BTB #162-nteresting reminiscence of a Yankee who became a Texas Ranger & later a Union spy. A remarkable narrative. Tate-"A good first-hand account, filled with details about ranger operations against Comanches." Braislin--"A rare & much sought afte... View more info

THE BUGLE SOFTLY BLOWS. The Confederate Diary of Benj. Seaton.

By: Seaton, Benjamin M.

Price: $125.00

Publisher: Waco, Texian: 1965

Edition: 1st.

Inventory Number: 015440

Condition: Fine


Edited & INSCRIBED by Harold B. Simpson. 117 pp. + 20 pp. of photos + xxv preface. Seaton joined Co. G, 10th Texas Vol. Inf. Regt. known as "Labadie Rifles". Sometimes known as Nelson's Regiment, the 10th fought in some of the most crucial campaigns of the war, including the entire Atlanta campaign. One of the best sources of the combat record of this active regiment. View more info