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Austin and Commodore Perry

By: Adair, A. Garland and Perry, E.H.

Price: $25.08

Publisher: Austin, TX, Texas Heritage Foundtn Inc.: 1956

Seller ID: 033355

Condition: Good


xiv, 234 pp, orange cloth covered boards w/black lettering, wht glossy dj w/black-green lettering. The book records the progress of Austin, Texas during the course of the last fifty years as recorded in the activities & influence of Commodore E.H. Perry, Sr. dj stain on back cover, dj chipped on the edges, foxing to the endpapers, dampstaining on the boards View more info

Austin and Commodore Perry

By: Adair, A. Garland and Perry, E.H.

Price: $39.74

Publisher: Austin, TX, Texas Heritage Foundtn Inc.: 1956

Inscription: Inscribed & SIGNED By Author

Seller ID: 050956

Condition: Very Good


xiv, 234 pp, orange cloth covered boards w/black lettering, wht glossy dj w/black-green lettering. Inscribed & SIGNED by the author on the ffep. The book records the progress of Austin, Texas during the course of the last fifty years as recorded in the activities & influence of Commodore E.H. Perry, Sr. small chips edges of the dj. View more info

Stars Over Texas

By: Adams, Carolyn

Price: $8.46

Publisher: Austin, TX, Eakin Press: 1983

Edition: Reprint

Seller ID: 040367

ISBN: 0890154412

Condition: Near Fine


105 pp, blu cloth covered boards w/gilt lettering on the spinet, dj light blu-red-white w/Texas flag on the front & text on the back. Texas history for grades three through seven. Book covers the Spanish & French flags on Texas soil, followed by friars building missions & attempting to educate the Indians. Includes events of colonization, struggle for independence f/Mexico & emergence of Texas as a republic. Final chapters deal with statehood & many facets of pioneer lif... View more info

British Diplomatic Correspondence Concerning the Republic of Texas - 1838-1846

By: Adams, Ephraim Douglass

Price: $153.00

Publisher: Austin, TX, The Texas State Historical Association: 1917

Seller ID: 036124

Condition: Good+


xii, 636 pp, grey SC wraps w/black lettering. The book was reprinted from The Quarterly of the Texas State Historical Assocation, XV, Nos. 3 and 4, and from The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, SVI, No. 1 - XXI, No. 2. January 1912 - October, 1917. The material in this volume was transcribed by W. H. Powell. This publication consists mainly of letters and reports to the British government written by Charles Elliot, chargé d'affaires, and William Kennedy, consul a... View more info

A Fitting Death for Billy the Kid

By: Adams, Ramon F.

Price: $29.75

Publisher: Norman, OK, University of Oklahoma Press: 1960

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 051130

Condition: Good


ix, 310 pp, dark gray clothcovered boards w/black title block w/gilt lettering on the spine. The author provides an attempt to correct some of the false accounts that have been written about Billy the Kid. The author points out and corrects some of the various legends that have been repeated for more than seventy-five years. Six-guns #9 View more info

The Santa Fe Trail - Landmark Books #13

By: Adams, Samuel Hopkins

Price: $11.01

Publisher: New York, NY, Random House: 1951

Seller ID: 049975

Condition: Very Good


[6], 181 pp, green clothcovered boards w/blue deco & lettering on the front cover & spine, top edge stained yellow, white endpapers w/borwn-black illustrations, dj blue-white-brown w/color illustrated front panel, blue spine w/white lettering, dj white rear panel w/list of landmark books to #20. this is book #13 in the Landmark series. The story of the trail that went from Franklin, Missouri to Santa Fe, New Mexico. The trapper left trail marks for those who migh... View more info

The History of Richland Hills, Texas 1950-1986 : Sesquicentennial Ediiton

By: Agan, Jean

Price: $68.00

Publisher: Richland Hills, TX, Richland Hills Sesquicentennial Committee: 1986

Seller ID: 035270

Condition: Very Good


219 pp, [5], brown leatherette boards w/wmbossed front cover. The book contains brief history of Richland Hills, Texas, along with brief biographies of various city officials. It contains family histories of numerous families from Richland Hills. It also contains information on various businesses, churches and other organizations. Richland Hills is located in the northeastern sector of Tarrant County in the fork of Highway 183 and Grapevine Highway. View more info

Fort Gibson : terminal on the Trail of Tears

By: Agnew, Brad

Price: $18.06

Publisher: Norman, OK, University of Oklahoma Press: 1981

Edition: 2nd Printing

Seller ID: 027672

ISBN: 0806115211

Condition: Very Good+


xi, 274 pp, tan cloth covered boards w/black lettering, dj brown-grey w/pictorial front & spine. The army's principal mission at Fort Gibson was to maintain order and ex pedite the policy of Indian Removal. The book pictures a different type of military mentality from what has been widely accepted. Spine sunned. View more info

Mexican Folktales from the Borderland

By: Aiken, Riley w/foreword by Abernethy, Francis E.

Price: $25.08

Publisher: Dallas, TX, Southern Methodist University Press: 1980

Edition: Reprint

Seller ID: 050207

ISBN: 0870741756

Condition: Very Good


xv, 159 pp, brown clothcovered boards w/gilt lettering on the spine, light brown dj w/orange-dark brown illustration on hte front panel. The folk tales collected by the author are a blending of three cultural traditions and provide a feel for the character and language of the Mexican-Indian rural borderland culture. View more info

How They Learned About Texas : Selections from the Texan Rifle-Hunter; or, Field Sports on the Prairie

By: Ainsworth, Len

Price: $123.25

Publisher: Lubbock, TX, The Book Club of Texas: 2001

Edition: Limited/Numbered

Inscription: Signed by Editor

Seller ID: 039024

Condition: Near Fine


60 pp, quarterbound w/brown boards w/gilt lettering w/dark brown cloth covered spine w/gilt lettering, SIGNED by the editor, light brown cloth covered slipcase, limited & numbered being #222 ot 274 numbered ccc's. The author of this editions presents his work in finding other works written by "Captain Flack" and his research in attempting to determine who "Captain Flack" was, in the introduction of this volume. He determined that the book "The Rifle... View more info

Wildflowers of Texas

By: Ajilvsgi, Geyata

Price: $16.11

Publisher: Fredericksburg, TX, Shearer Publishing: 1984

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 039156

ISBN: 0940672154

Condition: Very Good


xvii, 414 pp, red cloth covered boards w/wht lettering, dj blk w/wht lettering & w/color pictorial front. Guide for wildflowers f/western mountains to eastern swamplands, f/piney woods to coastal plains, f/the Panhandle's Llano Estacado to the desert habitats along the Mexican border. 378 of the most commmon varities are presented. prev owners address label on ffep, dj rubbed & worn at top of spine and top corners. View more info

Wildflowers of Texas

By: Ajilvsgi, Geyata

Price: $10.84

Publisher: Fredericksburg, TX, Shearer Publishing: 1991

Edition: 3rd Printing

Seller ID: 049240

ISBN: 0940672464

Condition: Very Good


xvii, 414 pp, glossy black SC w/color pictorial front & real panels. Guide for wildflowers f/western mountains to eastern swamplands, f/piney woods to coastal plains, f/the Panhandle's Llano Estacado to the desert habitats along the Mexican border. 378 of the most commmon varities were originally presented. The species are grouped into four sections: white-green yellow-ornage, red-pink, and blue-purple. View more info

Wildflowers of Texas

By: Ajilvsgi, Geyata

Price: $8.50

Publisher: Fredericksburg, TX, Shearer Publishing: 1991

Edition: 3rd Printing

Seller ID: 051491

ISBN: 0940672464

Condition: Good+


xvii, 414 pp, glossy black SC w/color pictorial front & real panels. Guide for wildflowers f/western mountains to eastern swamplands, f/piney woods to coastal plains, f/the Panhandle's Llano Estacado to the desert habitats along the Mexican border. 378 of the most commmon varities were originally presented. The species are grouped into four sections: white-green yellow-ornage, red-pink, and blue-purple. View more info

Alabama-Coushatta Tribes Present "Beyond the Sundown"

By: Alabama-Coushatta Tribe

Price: $14.88

Publisher: Alabama-Coushatt Indian Reservation, TX: The Alabama-Coushatta Indian Reservation: 1976

Seller ID: 018923

Condition: Very Good


unpaginated, brown-black SC wraps. A historical drama presentation of the Alabama-Coushatta Indian Tribes. The play describes the guarantee of land to the tribes by the triumphant Texas after the Texas Revolution. Contains a couple of stories: The Man who wasn't all there & Chief Colita of the Coushattas, plus two recipes: Sofkey & Indian Fry Bread. View more info

The Closing of Teh American Border - Terrorism, Immigration, and Security Since 9/11

By: Alden, Edward

Price: $11.86

Publisher: New York, NY, HarperCollins Publishers: 2008

Seller ID: 051358

ISBN: 0061558397

Condition: Near Fine


xv, (3), 346 pp, (2), dark blue papercovered boards w/gilt lettering on the spine, glossy blu-green -grey dj w/color pictorial on the front cover and spine w/grey rear panel w/text in white-orange. The book is based on interviews with the Bush Administration officials charged with securing the border after 9/11 View more info

Cochise : The Life and Times of the Great Apache Chief

By: Aleshire, Peter

Price: $12.75

Publisher: Edison, NJ, Castle Books: 2005

Edition: First Thus

Seller ID: 040266

ISBN: 0785820353

Condition: Near Fine


xiv, 354 pp, brown boards w/gilt lettering, glossy brown dj w/color illustrated front & rear panels w/brown-white lettering. The author provides the first Apache view of a crucial period in American History. Cochise was a master strategist, orator, religious, political and moral leader. He was the most revered warrior of the embattled Apaches. View more info

John Harris Behan: Sacrificed Sheriff

By: Alexander, Bob w/intro by Marks, Paula Mitchell

Price: $51.00

Publisher: Silver City, NM, High Lonesome Books: 2002

Edition: First Edition

Inscription: Signed by Author

Seller ID: 039717

ISBN: 0944383580

Condition: Near Fine


[6], 307 pp, [3], grey cloth over boards w/black lettering on the spine & front cover, grey-white marbled endpapers, SIGNED by the author on the title page, glossy grey-brown dj w/pictorial front panel w/wht-brown-black lettering, the hardbound was limited to 500 cc's . The author presents the story of the 40-year old lawman and public servant who was skille dwith gun and horse, who fought crime and arrested bad guys without killing anyone. He also was Yuma Prison S... View more info

Dangerous Dan Tucker: New Mexico's Deadly Lawman

By: Alexander, Bob w/intro by Metz, Leon C.

Price: $42.50

Publisher: Silver City, NM, High Lonesome Books: 2001

Edition: First Edition

Inscription: Signed by Author

Seller ID: 039712

ISBN: 094438353X

Condition: Near Fine


[6], 191 pp, [3], blu cloth covered boards w/gilt lettering, SIGNED by the author on the title page, glossy black-brown dj w/white-brown lettering & illustrated front panel. Dan Tucker served as a deputy sheriff, town marshall, deputy U.S. Marshall, train agent, and livestock inspector during his career as a lawman in the frontier period of the southwest New Mexico. He was involved in some one dozen shootings, was shot four times, "obliged to kill eight men"... View more info

Lawmen, Outlaws, and S. O. Bs. Volume II Gunfighters of the Southwest

By: Alexander, Bob w/intro by Parsons, Chuck

Price: $51.00

Publisher: Silver City, NM, High-Lonesome Books: 2007

Edition: First Edition

Inscription: Signed by Author

Seller ID: 050989

ISBN: 0944383718

Condition: Near Fine


(6), 308 pp, dark green cloth covered boards w/gilt lettering, SIGNED by the author on the title page, glossy green dj w/black-and-white pictorial front & rear panels. One of 500 hardback copies. The characters in volume two tough, ornery and contradictory, some wearing badges and going to jail all in one career. Some of the characters are Ketchum Brothers, Chico Cano, Frank Hamer, fighting Lopez Family of southern New Mexico and more. This is a roundup of a numbe... View more info

Lawmen, Outlaws, and S. O. Bs. Gunfighters of the Old Southwest

By: Alexander, Bob w/intro by Parsons, Chuck

Price: $267.75

Publisher: Silver City, NM, High-Lonesome Books: 2004

Edition: First Edition

Inscription: Signed by Author

Seller ID: 051116

ISBN: 0944383653

Condition: Near Fine


(6), 308 pp, dark red clothcovered boards w/gilt lettering, SIGNED by both, the author and the introduction author on the title page. The introduction author SIGNED a second time at the end of the introduction. glossy orange dj w/black-and-white pictorial front & rear panels, gilt-black endpapers. One of 400 hardback copies. The author has uncovered the lives of fifteen notable gunmen. Some of them were toughter than Wyatt Earp, killed more people than Billy the... View more info