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1 Winfrey, Dorman H. w/intro by Carroll, H. Bailey A History of Rusk County, Texas
Waco, TX Texian Press 1961 Hard Cover Near Fine Near Fine Photos & Maps 
xiii, 179 pp, brown clothcovered boards w/dark brown lettering & illustration on the front cover, Inscribed to Al Lowman, and SIGNED by the author, brown dj w/dark brown lettering & illustration. Th ebook is a record of events which transpired in Rusk County, Texas, from the earliest times through the 1950s. The book presents archaeological evidences in Rusk County, and information about Spanish exploration. It contains information about Monte Verdi and Henderson. 
Price: 59.50 USD
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2 Gard, Wayne & Krakel, Dean & Frantz, Joe B. & Winfrey, Dorman & Frost, H. Godeon, & Bubar, Donald w/intro by Jenkins, John H. Along the Early Trails of the Southwest
Austin, TX The Pemberton Press 1969 Hard Cover Very Good+ good+ Warren, Melvin C. Signed by Illustrator
178 pp, quarterbound w/gray cloth covered spine w/tan cloth covered boards w/gilt-black lettering on the spine, SIGNED by the illustrator w/date 6/19/69 on the half title page, djl light green front panel w/color illustration of covered wagon, light green real panel w/black-and-white pictorial of the artist. The book contains the following articles: brief biography about Melvin Warren, Western Artist, The Butterfield Overland Mail Trail by Dorman Winfrey, Old San Antonio Road by Joe B. Frantz, Chisholm Trail by Wayne Gard, Santa Fe Trail by H. Gordon Frost, Dodge City Trail by Dean Krakel, Goodnight-Loving Trail by Donald Bubar followed by 20 sketches. some foxing to the dj with several small tears & chips along the top & bottom edges 
Price: 76.50 USD
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3 Gard, Wayne & Krakel, Dean & Frantz, Joe B. & Winfrey, Dorman & Frost, H. Godeon, & Bubar, Donald w/intro by Jenkins, John H. Along the Early Trails of the Southwest
Austin, TX The Pemberton Press 1969 Limited/Numbered Hard Cover Near Fine No Jacket/Very Good - Slipcase Limited & Numbered Edition Warren, Melvin C. Signed By All of the Authors
178 pp, quarterbound w/brown leather spine w/light brown-dark brown marbled boards w/gilt lettering on the spine, SIGNED by the six authors, the illustrator and the publisher and is number XXV of 250 copies, the slipcase is light brown-dark brown marbled paper. This is a limited and numbered edition. The book contains the following articles: brief biography about Melvin Warren, Western Artist, The Butterfield Overland Mail Trail by Dorman Winfrey, Old San Antonio Road by Joe B. Frantz, Chisholm Trail by Wayne Gard, Santa Fe Trail by H. Gordon Frost, Dodge City Trail by Dean Krakel, Goodnight-Loving Trail by Donald Bubar followed by 17 pages of sketches and the signature page. This edition, specially bound, slipcased, and autographed, contains an additional set of color plates and was limited to 250 copies. slight scuffing to the corners of the slipcase on the open end. 
Price: 403.75 USD
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4 Gard, Wayne & Krakel, Dean & Frantz, Joe B. & Winfrey, Dorman & Frost, H. Godeon, & Bubar, Donald w/intro by Jenkins, John H. Along the Early Trails of the Southwest
Austin, TX The Pemberton Press 1969 First Edition Hard Cover Very Good+ Good Warren, Melvin C. Signed by Illustrator
178 pp, quarterbound w/tan clothcovered boards w/gray clothcovered spine w/gilt-black lettering on the spine, SIGNED by the illustrator with the date 6/19/69 on the half title page, dj light green front panel w/color illustration of a covered wagon, light green rear panel w/black-and-white pictorial of the artist. The book contains the following articles: brief biography about Melvin Warren, Western Artist; the Butterfield Overland Mail Trail by Dorman Winfrey; Old San Antonio Road by Joe B. Frantz; Chisholm trail by Wayne Gard; Santa Fe Trail by H. Gordon Frost; Dodge City trail by Dean Krakel' Goodnight-Loving Trail by Donald Bubar; followed by twenty sketches. Some foxing to the dj with several chips to the dj spine top, prev owner wrote their name & date on the ffep. 
Price: 78.63 USD
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5 Day, James & Procter, Ben & Frantz, Joe & Connor, Seymour & Richardson, Rupert & Simpson, Harold & Westmoreland Jr., Peck & Winfrey, Dorman w/intro by Connally, Governor John & Historical Consultanat on Paintings Santos, Richard Battles of Texas
Waco, TX Texian Press 1967 Limited/Numbered Hard Cover Near Fine No Jacket/Near Fine Slipcase Limited & Numbered Edition Yena, Donald M. Signed By All of the Authors
xviii, 190 pp, maroon leather covered boards w/gilt lettering with beveled edges w/cannon & guideon emblem stamped in black on the front cover, light brown silk endpapers w/leather reinforced joints, TEG (top edge gilt) w/maroon cloth covered slipcase w/gilt emblem on the side, cc #9 of 50, SIGNED by the intro author (Governor John Connally), artist, and all eight authors. This is the fourth volume in the series. The battles covered are: The Alamo, Goliad, San Jacinto, The Neches, Plum Creek, Palo Alto, Sabine Pass, and Adobe Walls. Each of the battles had a major impact on Texas history and in some cases on United States history as well. 
Price: 297.50 USD
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6 de Shields, James T. w/intro by Winfrey, Dorman H. Border Wars of Texas
Waco, TX Texian Press 1976 0872440435 / 9780872440432 Reprint Hard Cover Very Good+ No Jacket Illustrated 
(7), 400 pp, light blu cloth covered boards w/black lettering on the spine. An account, in chronological order, of the long and bitter conflict waged between the Indian tribes and the pioneer settlers of Texas. Illustrated w/battle scenes by special artists, and portraits of rangers, indian fighters and pioneers. 1/4" blue stain spot on the front cover. 
Price: 80.75 USD
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7 Winfrey, Dorman intro By Buckeye Cookery and Practical Housekeeping : facsimile of 1877 Edition
Austin, TX Steck-Warlick Company 1971 2nd Facsimile Edition Hard Cover Very Good Very Good- Illustrated 
464 pp, blu-wht checkered boards w/black lettering, dj brown-light brown w/dark brown lettering w/color illustrated wraparound. the first 300 pages are devoted to recipes, in the kitchens of the day, and 122 pages devoted to practical housekeeping. dj slight wear corners, couple of small light stains on the top edge, 
Price: 16.96 USD
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8 Winfrey, Dorman intro by, Illustrated Buckeye Cookery and Practical Housekeeping : facsimile of 1877 Edition
Austin, TX Steck-Warlick Company 1971 2nd Facsimile Edition Hard Cover Very Good No Jacket/Very Good Slipcase Illustrated 
464 pp, blu-wht checkered boards w/black lettering, offwhite slipcase. the first 300 pages are devoted to recipes, in the kitchens of the day, and 122 pages devoted to practical housekeeping. 
Price: 16.96 USD
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9 Conger, Roger & Day, James & Frantz, Joe & Neighbours, Kenneth & Nunn, W. C. & Procter, Ben & Simpson, Harold & Winfrey, Dorman w/intro by Richardson, Rupert Frontier Forts of Texas
Waco, TX Texian Press 1971 2nd Printing Hard Cover Near Fine No Jacket/fine Slipcase Limited & Numbered Edition Warren, Melvin C. Signed By All of the Authors
xxvi, 190 pp, quarterbound w/light tan clothcovered boards w/green clothcovered spine, w/gilt lettering w/crossed swords emblem stamped in gilt on the front cover, and w/gilt lettering on the spine & front cover. The book covers the following eight forts: Fort Belknap, Fort Bliss, Fort Brown, Fort Clark, Fort Concho, Fort Davis, Fort Mason, and Fort Sam Houston. The Editorial Board of Texian Press selected eight well-known historical writers to write about these eight forts. the dj is missing a one-and-half inch chip on the top edge by the spine. 
Price: 33.79 USD
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10 Wilbarger, J.W. w/intro by Winfrey, Dorman H. Indian Depredations in Texas
Austin, TX The Pemberton Press 1967 Facsimile Hard Cover Very Good No Jacket Ex-Library Woodcuts by Henry, O. 
10, (2), iv, 672 pp, [19], brown cloth covered boards w/dark brown-black lettering & black illustration. Original narratives of Texas history and adventure. "This volume is the most thorough compilation of accounts of Indian warfare in Texas in the 19th century." The thirty-four woodcuts in the text are signed T.J. Owen but were actually done by William Sydney Porter better know as O. Henry. Jenkins BTB 218D, Howes W407, Raines p. 219, & Dobie pp. 36, 58. slight rubbing bottom of the spine, stamped on Front Pastedown "Texas Memorial Museum" and stamped on the ffep and pg 19 Texas Memorial Museum and address. Rubbed spot on the spine where library removed code. 
Price: 119.00 USD
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11 Falconer, Thomas w/intro by Winfrey Dr. Dorman H. On the Discovery of the Mississippi and on the South-Western, Oregon, and North-Western Boundary of the United States
Austin, TX Shoal Creek Publishers, Inc. 1975 0883190206 / 9780883190203 Facsimile Hard Cover Near Fine No Jacket Map 
iv-99 pp, glossy maroon-marbled boards w/glossy marbled endpapers, tipped in map. The book contains a translation from the original ms. of memoirs, etc. relating to the discovery of the Mississippi, by Robert Cavelier de La Salle and the chevalier Henry de Tonty. Some of the memoirs relate directly or indirectly to Texas. A facsimile of Graff #1283. 
Price: 28.48 USD
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12 Day, James & Procter, Ben & Richardson, Rupert & Santos, Richard & Simpson, Harold & Winfrey, Dorman w/intro by Connally, Governor John & w/foreword by Frantz, Joe Six Flags of Texas
Waco, TX Texian Press 1979 2nd Edition Hard Cover Near Fine Very Good Yena, Donald M. 
xxi, 136 pp, blue cloth covered boards w/gilt lettering on the spine. The book is the fifth book in the series that began with the Heroes of Texas. The book covers the French era (1684-1685), the Spanish era (1519-1821), the Mexican era (1821-1836), the Republic of Texas era (1836-1845), the United States era (1846-1861), and the Confederacy era (1861-1865). dj price-clipped. 
Price: 29.75 USD
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13 Day, James & Procter, Ben & Frantz, Joe B. & Schmitz, Joseph W. & Tinkle, Lon & Winfrey, Dorman w/intro by Connally, Governor John & w/preface by Daniel, Price Six Missions of Texas
Waco, TX Texian Press 1965 First Edition Hard Cover Near Fine Very Good Illustrated 
xvii, 194 pp, (2), quarterbound tan clothcovered boards and dark brown clothcovered spine w/gilt lettering on the gront panel & spine, four-color plates of each mission in text. The six authors each write about one of the missions. The six missions are Alamo, La Bahía, Concepción, San Francisco de Espada, San José, and San Juan Capistrano. Each section as four-color plate of the mission. 
Price: 29.33 USD
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14 Mrs. Houstoun w/intro by Dorman H. Winfrey, Illustrated by Frontispiece Texas and the Gulf of Mexico of MEXICO or Yachting in the New World Facsimile
Austin, TX Steck-Warlick Company 1968 Facsimile Hard Cover Very Good- No Jacket Frontispiece 
288 pp, brown marble boards w/gilt lettering on the spine, facsmilie edition. Basic Texas book #97, Visitors from England paid a visit to Texas & various localities in the Gulf of Mexico to write a series of articles for the London News. no slipcase, slight rubbing book edges, 
Price: 25.08 USD
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15 Mrs. Houstoun w/intro by Dorman H. Winfrey, Illustrated by Frontispiece Texas and the Gulf of Mexico or Yachting in the New World Facsimile
Austin, TX Steck-Warlick Company 1968 Facsimile Hard Cover Very Good- No Jacket/Very Good Slipcase Frontispiece 
288 pp, brown marble boards w/gilt lettering spine, slipcase brown cloth by professional bookfinder. Basic Texas book #97, Visitors from England paid a visit to Texas & various localities in the Gulf of Mexico to write a series of articles for the London News. 
Price: 35.70 USD
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16 Winfrey, Dorman H. & Day, James M. w/intro By Tate, Michael L. The Indian Papers of Texas and the Southwest, 1825-1916 : 5 Volumes
Austin, TX The Texas State Historical Association 1995 0876111444 / 9780876111444 Reprint Hard Cover Near Fine No Jacket Illustrations & Maps 
5 volumes, quarterbound w/wht boards w/blue speckled finished w/dark blu cloth covered spine. volume 1 - xxii, (4), 298 pp, Texas Indian Papers, 1825-1843. volume II - (10), 453 pp, Texas Indian Papers, 1844-1845. volume III - (10), 373 pp, Texas Indian Papers, 1846-1859. volume IV - (10), 495 pp, Texas Indian Papers, 1860-1916. volume 5 - (6), 412 pp, letter supplement (letters from the Executive Department.) 276 items. The documents are rich in reports on encounters with Inidans and contain details. Basic Texas #219 reprint 
Price: 144.50 USD
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17 Winfrey, Dorman H. & Day, James M. w/intro By Tate, Michael L. The Indian Papers of Texas and the Southwest, 1825-1916 : 5 Volumes
Austin, TX The Texas State Historical Association 1995 0876111444 / 9780876111444 Reprint Hard Cover Near Fine No Jacket Illustrations & Maps 
5 volumes, quarterbound w/wht boards w/blue speckled finished w/dark blu cloth covered spine. volume 1 - xxii, (4), 298 pp, Texas Indian Papers, 1825-1843. volume II - (10), 453 pp, Texas Indian Papers, 1844-1845. volume III - (10), 373 pp, Texas Indian Papers, 1846-1859. volume IV - (10), 495 pp, Texas Indian Papers, 1860-1916. volume 5 - (6), 412 pp, letter supplement (letters from the Executive Department.) 276 items. The documents are rich in reports on encounters with Inidans and contain details. Basic Texas #219 reprint 
Price: 144.50 USD
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18 Day, James & Jones, Billy & Kelley, Dayton & Nunn, W.C. & Richardson, Rupert & Simpson, Harold & Turner, Martha & Winfrey, Dorman w/intro by Connally, Mrs. John Women of Texas
Waco, TX Texian Press 1972 Hard Cover Good+ Good+ Ex-Library French, John 
xv, 173 pp, light green-grey cloth covered front board w/gilt lettering & w/light green cloth covered rear board, glossy wht dj w/black lettering w/color illustrated front cover. The book has brief biography of the eight women whose actions helped determine the course of history. They achieved recoginition for achievements based on their own talent, initiative, courage, or genius. They are representative of all the various ways in which women have molded the growth of Texas. The women are : Jane Long, Mary Austin Holley, Cynthia Ann Parker, Suzanna Dickinson, Margaret Lea Houston, Elisabet Ney, Mollie Bailey, and Miriam A. Ferguson. The book is stamped on the title page, RPD, w/remnants of card holder on rfep. 
Price: 12.75 USD
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