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The New Handbook of Texas Edited by Ron Tyler, Douglas E. Barnett, Roy R. Barkley, Penelope C. Anderson, and Mark F. Odintz
13 years in preparation, The New Handbook of Texas is the most comprehensive and most authoritative reference on the History of the Lone Star State - The definitive story on Texas culture, geography, and history. Six(6) Volumes - Hardcover - Published 1996.
Woman of the Plains: The Journals and Stories of Nellie M. Perry by Sandra Gail Teichmann
Miss Nellie, as she was known, first visited her brother, George Morgan Perry, in the Panhandle in 1888 and eventually came to live in Ochiltree County in 1916. During those years and afterward, she kept journals of her life in the Panhandle. During that time she also wrote stories and essays about the people and things she encountered in that new, wild region. In Woman of the Plains, Sandra Gail Teichmann presents Miss Nellie's never-before-published accounts. In all cases, Miss Nellie loved to travel, and her interest in a world even wider than the distant horizons of the Panhandle creates a unique angle from which to view the High Plains people.
The Legend Begins: The Texas Rangers 1823-1845 The Legend Begins: The Texas Rangers 1823-1845 by Frederick Wilkins
The Texas Rangers are legendary, but just where does legend end and fact begin? Frederick Wilkins begins his new history of the Rangers, the first major Ranger history in many decades, by using recently discovered and now much more accessible source materials to separate the facts from the fiction. This volume of updated Ranger history is long overdue and will be welcomed by the many individuals and scholars fascinated by the Texas Rangers.
The Law Comes to Texas: The Texas Rangers 1870-1901 by Frederick Wilkins
The second volume of a history of the Rangers. According to the author, during this period of westward expansion the Rangers turned away from battling Native Americans and concentrated on suppressing rival gangs that, in some cases, dominated entire counties.
Highly Irregular Irregulars: Texas Rangers in the Mexican War Highly Irregular Irregulars: Texas Rangers in the Mexican War by Frederick Wilkins
Texas Rangers: A Century of Frontier Defense Texas Rangers: A Century of Frontier Defense by Walter Prescott Webb
Mexican Americans in Texas History: Selected Essays by Emilio Zamora (Editor), Cynthia Orozco (Editor), Rodolfo Rocha (Editor)
Published by the Texas State Historical Association.

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