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1 Barker, Eugene C. Mexico and Texas 1821-1835 : University of Texas Research Lectures on the Causes of the Texas Revolution
Dallas, TX P. L. Turner Company 1928 Hard Cover Very Good Very Good- 
vii, 167 pp, dark maroon boards w/gilt lettering, dj green-purple w/illustrated front panel. The volume contains four studies that were lectures that were given in 1928, and the fifth paper was read at a meeting of the American Historical Association (1911). The papers were titled: the Racial and Political Background, Mexican Appreciations and Defensive Precautions, Colonial Grievances, The Development of the Revolution, and Public Opinion in Texas Preceding the Revolution. The author states "The Texas Revolution was neither the culmination of a deep-laid program of chicanery and greed, nor the glorious response of outraged freemen to calculated oppression of tyrants. dj sunned spine, dj small chips along the top & bottom edges, the bottoms of some of the pages is uncut, so the book has never been read. 
Price: 293.25 USD
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2 Barker, Eugene C. The Life of Stephen F. Austin : Founder of Texas, 1793-1836 - a Chapter in the Westward Movement of the Anglo-American People
Dallas, TX Cokesbury Press 1926 Reprint Hard Cover Very Good+ No Jacket Illustrations & Maps Inscribed & SIGNED By Author
xv, 551 pp, brown buckham covered boards w/embossed gilt bust of Austin, on the front cover, gilt lettering on the spine, Inscribed and SIGNED by the author on the ffep, two foldout maps in text. The most-praised of all Texas biographies per Jenkins. It has been called the finest single piece of historical writing yet done in Texas per Joe Frantz. J. Evetts Haley pronounced it "the finest biography in Texas Literature." Much of the volume is history rather than biography. Sometimes Barker fails to be objective in his support of Austin. Howes - #B137, Jenkins BTB-7C, Dobie p 84, Rader 259. Prev owner wrote "office - M. Hall 206 U of Texas on the FPD", slight shelf wear to the corners. TSHA- Winfrey pg 35. 
Price: 127.50 USD
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3 Barker, Eugene C. The Life of Stephen F. Austin : Founder of Texas, 1793-1836 - a Chapter in the Westward Movement of the Anglo-American People
Dallas, TX Cokesbury Press 1925 Limited/Numbered Half-bound Hard Cover Very Good No Jacket/Near Fine Slipcase Limited & Numbered Edition Illustrations & Maps Signed by Author
xv, 551 pp, blu paper covered boards w/tan paper covered spine & corners w/black morocco title block w/gilt lettering, (teg) top edge gilt, # 231 of 250 cc's of the de luxe, limited, signed edition, and SIGNED by the author on the third ffep, two foldout maps in text, fore edge & bottom edge untrimmed. Tan slipcase professional binder. The most-praised of all Texas biographies per Jenkins. It has been called the finest single piece of historical writing yet done in Texas per Joe Frantz. J. Evetts Haley pronounced it "the finest biography in Texas Literature." Much of the volume is history rather than biography. Sometimes Barker fails to be objective in his support of Austin. Howes - #B137, Jenkins BTB-7B, Dobie p 84, Rader 259. slight corner bump to the top front corners, small chips to edges of the label on spine, prev owner's name in the front gutter. TSHA- Winfrey pg 35. 
Price: 382.50 USD
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4 Barker, Eugene C., Illustrated by Two Photos TWO GENTLEMEN OF THE UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS : Appreciations of Henry Winston Harper and William James Battle
Houston, TX: Eugene C. Barker, 1941 
Soft Cover w/staples. Very Good+/No Jacket. Sm4to from 9" to 11". 19 pp, wht SC wraps w/black lettering. The booklet contains addresses commemorating the seventieth birthdays of Henry W. Harper, Dean of Graduate School, and William J. Battle, Dean of Faculty. Two professors at the University of Texas that filled various positions during their time at UT.  
Price: 12.75 USD
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