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Publisher: Austin, TSHA: 1956
Edition: 1st. Of This Ed.
Inventory Number: 023368
D.j., 339 pp., photos, e.p. map, index. Very scarce West Texas county history. Fort Belknap. Indian depredations. Many brief biographical sketches of pioneers. Herd 620; Guns 518-has a brief history of the Marlow Brothers. View more info
Publisher: Henderson, Henderson Times: 1951
Inventory Number: 022396
Condition: Near Fine
D.j. (missing small pieces on corners, end of spine), 223 pp., photos. Most of the material for this history was gathered while the author was the owner & editor of the Henderson Times, founded in 1853. History of Rusk County, early days, New London school explosion, etc. View more info
Publisher: Van Zandt County Hist. Comm.: 1977
Inventory Number: 023257
Red leatherette, 220 pp., maps, photos, index. Fine reprint of the earliest history of Van Zandt county originally published in 1919. Very scarce even in this reprint. View more info
By: Nelson, George.
Publisher: Dry Frio Canyon, Aldine Press: 1999
Edition: 2nd Ed.
Inventory Number: 023120
Slick pictorial boards, 114 pp., maps, index. In depth review of the long & complex story of the Alamo with over 100 old maps, photos, & illus. along with a review of 300 years of records. Nine bird's eye views with six in color. This is the Second Revised edition which includes some never before published drawings by Seth Eastman. View more info
Publisher: Denver, Libros Escogidos: 1958
Inventory Number: 009052
45 pp. Ltd. 350c. Finely printed. Peyton was sailing from New Orleans to Florida in 1773 when seized by the Spanish, landed at "Rio del Norte", marched to Santa Fe, eventually escaped & traveled overland to St. Louis. The letters, written in May 1774, describe these events. View more info
Publisher: Atlanta, Home Mission Board: 1944
Inventory Number: 020881
Condition: Very Good
Tan paper covers decorated with Indian designs (name in ink top front), 127 pp.,frontis. of Rister, photos (some brown spots at top of all photos). Baptist missionary work among the Indians of the Southwest. Unusual work by Rister. View more info
By: Vann, William H.
Publisher: Austin, Encino Press: 1967
Inventory Number: 003145
Condition: Near Fine
Cloth & boards, 101 pp., photos. Slight fading on upper edge of covers. Clear plastic protector. The history of the Texas Institute of Letters, which has recognized & rewarded writing by Texans and about Texans since 1936. Fine introduction by Lon Tinkle. Nicely designed by Wm. Wittliff. Ltd. ed. 1250c. View more info