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1 Pierce, Frank Cushman A Brief History of the Lower Rio Grande Valley
Menasha, WI George Banta Publishing Company 1917 Hard Cover Very Good No Jacket Photos & Maps 
200 pp, brown clothcovered boards w/gilt lettering on the spine. Three foldout maps in text. This history covers the extreme southern and southwestern part of Texas and that contains about 5,000 square miles. The Rio Grande has created the valley and its boundary on the south and west. The book describes the encounters of the Americans and Mexicans after Texas became a state in 1846. It describes some of the varous military movements in the valley. The book contains a chapter on the Texas Rangers and outlawry along the Mexican border. Six-Guns #1725, Eberstadt #686, Cracker Barrel Chronicles pg 451. Printed by the Collegiate Press/George Banta Publishing Company. The prev owner's address label on the front pastedown, prev owner tipped in newspaper articles on the verso of the front free flyleaf, prev owner's name on title page, two small newspaper articles on pg 200 bottom of the page, and newspaper columns on recto and verso of the rear free flyleaf. The book appears to have been rebound with brown clothcovered boards. Eberstadt lists the booklet in wrappers & Six-guns lists the book has cloth covers. 
Price: 50.58 USD
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2 Pierce, Frank Cushman A Brief History of the Lower Rio Grande Valley
Menasha, WI George Banta Publishing Company 1917 Hard Cover Very Good No Jacket Photos & Maps 
200 pp, brown clothcovered boards w/black lettering on the front cover. Three foldout maps in text. This history covers the extreme southern and southwestern part of Texas and that contains about 5,000 square miles. The Rio Grande has created the valley and its boundary on the south and west. The book describes the encounters of the Americans and Mexicans after Texas became a state in 1846. It describes some of the varous military movements in the valley. The book contains a chapter on the Texas Rangers and outlawry along the Mexican border. Six-Guns #1725, Eberstadt #686, Cracker Barrel Chronicles pg 451. Printed by the Collegiate Press/George Banta Publishing Company. Eberstadt lists the booklet in wrappers & Six-guns lists the book has cloth covers. Prev owner's embossing stamp on the ffep, some wear to the corners and slight fading to the spine. 
Price: 70.13 USD
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3 Pierce, Frank Cushman Texas' Last Frontier : a Brief history of the Lower Rio Grande Valley
Harlingen, TX Rio Grande Valley Historical Society 1962 Reprint of 1917 Edition Soft Cover Very Good No Jacket Photos & Maps 
200 pp, light brown SC wraps w/blu lettering & illustrated front cover. This history covers the extreme southern and southwestern part of Texas, and that part contains about 5,000 square miles. The Rio Grande has created the valley and its boundary on the south and west. The booklet describes the encounters of the Americans and Mexicans after Texas became a state in 1846. It describes some of the various military movements in the valley. reprint of Six-Guns 1725 w/new title. 
Price: 23.76 USD
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