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1 Davis, John L. Exploration in Texas Ancient & Otherwise with Thoughts on the Nature of Evidence
Austin, TX University of Texas 1984 0867010193 / 9780867010190 Soft Cover Very Good No Jacket Photos, Maps, & Illustrations 
136 pp, dark blu SC wraps w/grey- light blue- orange illustrated front cover. The author suggests that explorers from far lands may have traveled Texas thrity-six centures ago. In see pages one sails with Africans, Phoenicians, and Carthaginians across an unknown Atlantic; sees Columbus and his sailros disagree as to where they actually stopped in 1492, and learns of a strange table found in the Big Bend of Texas. 
Price: 12.54 USD
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2 Davis, John L. San Antonio: a Historical Portrait
Austin, TX The Encino Press 1978 Hard Cover Near Fine Very Good+ Photos 
v, 183 pp, cream clothcovered boards w/black lettering on the spine, dj brown w/black-and-white photos on the front & rear panels. The author explores with text and pictures the different cities that San Antonio has been and remains today: the historic city of eighteenth-century Spanish missions, the city of the siege and fall of the Alamo, the city of the continuous military encampments of five nations, the city that retains its links to the "old country" Sout of the Border, and the city where ordinary people live their lives. dj price-clipped and small tear on top edge of rear panel. 
Price: 25.08 USD
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3 Davis, John L. The Texas Rangers : Their First 150 Years
San Antonio, TX The University of Texas at San Antonio Institute of Texan Cultures 1975 First Edition Hard Cover Near Fine Very Good+ Photos 
114 pp, light yellow grey boards w/pictorial front & back, dj light tan w/dark front pictorial front & back. When the colonists moved into Mexican Texas, they brough their own customs, social values and laws. With them came the concept of the Ranger. The Ranger stood for courage, peacekeeping, and frontier resourcefulness. To his opponents, he represented unhesitating violence, unrelenting pursuit, and an unfair application of the law. 
Price: 59.50 USD
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4 Davis, J. C. Bancroft & Cadwalader, John L. & Moore, John B. & Haswell, John H. Treaties and Conventions Concluded Between the United States of American and Other Powers Since July 4, 1776
Washington, D.C. Government Printing Office 1889 Revised Edition Quarter-Leather HB Very Good- No Jacket 
xiii, [1],1434 pp, red leather corners & spine w/gilt lettering on the spine & front cover, marbled endpapers and marbled edges. The table of contents pages are VII thru XIII, weights and measures are pg 1157 - 1167, Industrial Property is on pages 1168 - 1175, Submarine cables are on pages 1176 - 1210, treaties and conventions chronologically arranged are on pages 1211 - 1218, notes are page 1219 - 1406 and index is on pages 1407 - 1434. The treaties that are listed chronologically are listed under each President's term of office. Some of the countries listed are: Algiers, Argentine, Austria, Baden, Bavaria, Volivia, Brazil, Central America, Congo, Ecuador, Egypt, France, German Empire, Great Britain, Greece Italy, Japan, Mexico, Nicaragua, Russia, Spain, Tunis, Zanzibar and many more. Prev owner's name in gilt on the front cover - "Albert S. Burleson of Texas.", corners have some wear and edges of the spine rubbed w/some small chips. 
Price: 63.75 USD
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