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35,000 Days in Texas: A History of the Dallas News and Its Forbears, Acheson, Sam
1 Acheson, Sam 35,000 Days in Texas: A History of the Dallas News and Its Forbears
Book is in Very Good condition. Jacket is price clipped and missing a W-shaped chip from top of spine. Jacket now protected by BroDart clear mylar cover. Signed and inscribed by Sam Acheson- Dallas 18 September 1967.
Macmillan, New York, 1938. Hardcover. 1st Edition. First Printing. Full cloth; 8vo.,337pp. Photo illustrated. 
Price: 40.00 USD
2 Aline House The Carrasco Tragedy - Eleven Days of Terror in the Huntsville Prison
Penguin Publishing Group 1900 0872440427 / 9780872440425 TRADE PAPERBACK Used; Very Good 
Texian Press, 1975. Hardcover. Book Condition: Very Good in a Very Good Dust Jacket. 
Price: 49.95 USD
The Real Book About the Texas Rangers, Allen, Allyn
3 Allen, Allyn The Real Book About the Texas Rangers
B0007E5WLG HARDCOVER Used; Very Good 
Garden City Books, Garden City, 1952. Hardcover. Book Condition: Very Good. Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good. Jacket protected by BroDart clear mylar cover. C. L. Hartman (illustrator) (illustrator). Book Club Edition. An action packed, colorful appreciation of bravery of these lean-jawed soldiers of fortune. The Texas Rangers, with a history ripe in adventure, anecdote and personalities, has been a rich reservoir for Western material. Here is a lively account of some of the high spots since its founding in the early 1800's. Begun as a volunteer organization to protect settlers from Indian raids, the Texas Rangers came to be considered a Texas institution, whether in time of war, or in periods when internal war was waged against cattle thieves, bandits, killers and outlaws. This is the story, too, of famous Rangers, -- Armstrong, noted for the deadly persistence with which he tracked down the outlaws; McDonald, who when told he could not handle a mob single-handed is supposed to have answered, ""Well, you aint got but one mob, have you?""; Tumlinson, McCulloch, McNelly, on down to the 20th century Ranger Frank Hamer. 
Price: 14.95 USD
4 Alyce Kirby English and Sammie McGary Bihn Builders Of Beaumont
Published in 1929 by Alyce Kirby English and Sammie McGary Bihn "Builders Of Beaumont" features Black and White photos and brief descriptions of the important Business, Medical, Legal, and Religious leaders of Beaumont Texas in 1929. 99 Pages. 
Price: 150.00 USD
Surviving Rita Hope amid ruin in Southwest Louisiana, AMERICAN PRESS
5 AMERICAN PRESS Surviving Rita Hope amid ruin in Southwest Louisiana
AMERICAN PRESS 1900 1399937960 / 9781399937962 HARDCOVER Used; Very Good 
American Press 2006 Hardcover. Surviving Rita is a full-color hardcover book that looks back at one the biggest natural disasters in Louisiana's history. It's filled with hundreds of fascinating photos by American Press award-winning photographers, capturing the incredible devastation and ruin in the wake of Rita that began to unfold as early as September 22, 2005. 176 pages.
Price: 35.95 USD
This Fascinating Oil Business, Ball, Max W.
6 Ball, Max W. This Fascinating Oil Business
B0013ATXOA HARDCOVER Used; Very Good 
Indianapolis, New York, The Bobbs-Merrill Company, 1940. Hardcover. Book Condition: Very Good. Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good. 
Price: 14.95 USD
True Texas Tales?, Bill Brown
7 Bill Brown True Texas Tales?
1st Book Library 1900 1403388032 / 9781403388032 First Edition HARDCOVER Used; Like New 
1st Book Library, 2003. Hardcover. Book Condition: As New. Jacket Condition: As New. First Edition First Printing "Not Print on Demand" 
Price: 20.95 USD
The Texas League 1888-1987: A Century Of Baseball, Bill O'Neal
8 Bill O'Neal The Texas League 1888-1987: A Century Of Baseball
0890156093 / 9780890156094 TRADE PAPERBACK Used; Very Good 
Eakin Pr, 1987. Paperback. First Edition. Book Condition: Very Good. Jacket Condition: Very Good. 
Price: 25.95 USD
Texas Dissident, Bills, E. R.
9 Bills, E. R. Texas Dissident
Eakin Press 1900 1681790955 / 9781681790954 TRADE PAPERBACK New 
Eakin Press, 2017. Paperback. Book Condition: New. 
Price: 17.95 USD
Texas Far and Wide: The Tornado with Eyes, Gettysburg's Last Casualty, the Celestial Skipping Stones, Bills, E. R.
10 Bills, E. R. Texas Far and Wide: The Tornado with Eyes, Gettysburg's Last Casualty, the Celestial Skipping Stones
History Press Limited, The 1900 162585918X / 9781625859181 First Edition TRADE PAPERBACK New 
History Press, 2017. Paperback. Book Condition: New. (Signed) The sheer volume of remarkable Texan exploits creates a dizzying tally for the proudest of its citizens. So it happens that inexplicable marvels slip past an entire state of storytellers and world-famous legends live as anonymous neighbors. Ever hear the story about the escaped ape in the Big Thicket? Or the Interplanetary Capital of the Universe that sat on the Gulf Coast? Does the cowboy hat that warmed U.S.-China relations ring a bell? From the Staked Plain Quakers to the Kaiser Burnout, E.R. Bills delves into some of the most fascinating chapters of overlooked Texas lore. Signed by E. R. Bills 
Price: 21.99 USD
Spectacular Homes Of Texas, Brian Carabet, John Shand
11 Brian Carabet, John Shand Spectacular Homes Of Texas
0974574708 / 9780974574707 HARDCOVER Used; Very Good 
Signature Publishing Group, 2004. Hardcover. Book Condition: Very Good. Jacket Condition: Very Good. 
Price: 11.95 USD
Sung at the Alamo, Calkins, William Hugh
12 Calkins, William Hugh Sung at the Alamo
Purple cloth cover boards. Spine shows fading and age spotting.Over all book is in Good condition, No Jacket. Mathis, Van Norton & Co, Dallas, Texas, 1937. 
Price: 95.00 USD
13 Cate, Micael, Suterlin, Y Port Arthur Centennial History : Official Pictorial History of Port Arthur, Texas, 1898-1998
1997 188613006X / 9781886130067 HARDCOVER Used; Very Good 
Looking Glass Media, Texas, 1997. Hard Cover. Book Condition: Very Good. Upper right corner of front cover bumped. No Jacket. 
Price: 110.00 USD
Historic Markers of Hardin County, Cecil & Renee Hart Wells
14 Cecil & Renee Hart Wells Historic Markers of Hardin County
Best Impression Printing HARDINCOUNTYHM First Edition FLEX-BINDING New 
80 pages of photos and descriptions of Historical Markers in Hardin County, Texas with other historic photos. 
Price: 21.00 USD
15 Christa Mims McInnis TEXAS Ah-Q Test -- A rib-ticklin' way to test yore Texas smarts
B001MNAKNG Used; Good 
Dos Ninas (1981). Small bookllet in good condition with light staining to cover. 
Price: 16.95 USD
16 Cristensen, Roberta Marie Pioneers of West Galveston Island (Signed)
Nortex Press 1994 0890158940 / 9780890158944 First Edition (Signed) HARDCOVER Used; Very Good 
First Edition, Signed. Nortex Press, Austin, Texas, 1992. Hardcover. Book Condition: Very Good. Jacket Condition: Very Good. Inscribed on Front Free Ednpaper "To two generous + very lind people Neva + Charlie Blackburn" "from Roberta Christensen May 5, 1992" seperate gift inscription on inside fron cover. 
Price: 79.95 USD
Texas Almanac, Dallas Morning News
17 Dallas Morning News Texas Almanac
2003 0914511343 / 9780914511342 HARDCOVER Used; Very Good 
Dallas Morning News, Dallas, 2004. Hardcover. Book Condition: Book: Very Good. No Jacket. This Texas resource contains the latest information on such topics as: the natural environment (geology; rivers, lakes, and aquifers; plant and animal life; endangered species; soil types; and weather); demographic data and a detailed road map for each of Texas' 254 counties; lists of state and national parks and historic sites; an astronomical calendar; details of the 2002 elections; names of elected and appointed federal, state and local government officials; business and transportation statistics; minerals; population; agriculture; health statistics; education; and culture and the arts. Special features in the 2004-2005 edition include: a history of the frontier forts of Texas, two lines of forts running north to south that the US Army established shortly after Texas joined the Union in 1845 to protect settlers pushing west; the story of Fort Anahuac, which was built on the Gulf Coast in 1830 when Texas was still part of Mexico and which played a part in the Texas Revolution; a history of Polish immigrants in Texas: how and why they came to the Lone Star State and what they have added to the diverse cultural mix that is Texas; a condensed history of Texas that takes the reader from prehistoric times to the present; and the latest population estimates since the 2000 Census. 
Price: 9.95 USD
The Land, the Law and the Lord: The Life of Pat Neff, Governor of Texas 1921-1925.(SIGNED), David L. Scott
18 David L. Scott The Land, the Law and the Lord: The Life of Pat Neff, Governor of Texas 1921-1925.(SIGNED)
2007 0976115220 / 9780976115229 HARDCOVER Used; Good 
Home Place Publishers. Austin, Texas., 2007. Hardcover. Book Condition: Very Good. Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good. 1st Edition. Signed by Terell Blodgett and David Scott on title page. 
Price: 28.00 USD
19 David S Hooker Somewhere Under the Moon: Dreaming the Great World in Beaumont, Texas (Signed)
Clockface Books 1900 0999070002 / 9780999070000 First Edition TRADE PAPERBACK New 
Clockface Books, 2017. Paperback. Book Condition: New. (Signed) Signed at Fleur Fine Books on Nivember 11, 2017 during a Meet & Greet Event. A personal memoir of seven decades of moviegoing and of how movies have shaped the life of one discerning moviegoer. Eclectic, quirky, eccentric, and sometimes frankly sentimental, this book explores how movies in a certain time and a certain place reached one receptive mind. David Hooker chronicles his journey from wonderstruck child to adolescent movie nerd to cognizant adulthood to bemused advanced age, ruminating upon such diverse subjects as the vampire film, roadshow spectacles, art films, Saturday matinees, and the sheer joy of moviegoing itself, along with forays into such related topics as the Shock Theatre rage of the late 'fifties, meetings with celebrities, drive-ins, the rise and fall of local movie theatres in his home town of Beaumont, Texas, music and opera, the seasons, the history of cinema, the aesthetics of refineries, the vicissitudes of moviemaking at the local level, the essence of John Wayne, the exhilaration of seeing classic films revived on the big screen, and the unappreciated glory of clocktowers. The author lays out just how movies have paved the way for his growing appreciation of Shakespeare, Gilbert and Sullivan, opera, and untold treasures of the arts and of the sheer joy of life. A first-person account of life in a small American city in the mid-twentieth century tempered and heightened by movies and late-night magic-lantern fantasies, Somewhere Under the Moon recounts the unfolding of the life of the imagination of a self-confessed unremarkable individual who drifted more or less by circumstances into an academic profession and found that position marvelously enriched by his early filmgoing memories which gave him an endless resource of life experience to share with a rising generation whose influences and stimuli are very different. More a collection of essays and vignettes than a continuous narrative, Somewhere Under the Moon is an accessible work, with the kind of surprising insights that inevitably emerge over the course of an introspective life. The author compares his early cinematic visions of life in "the Great World" with his experience of its unfolding in time, recounting his travels in Paris, Prague, and other European capitals. For David Hooker, each variety of experience enriches the other -- the voyage of the spectator in the movie theatre and the literal voyage of the older man on the plane and the train -- all of which is grist for the mill that he brings back to his students in Beaumont, Texas -- as legitimate a region of the Great World as any other. 
Price: 9.99 USD
20 Davis, Ellis Arthur, Ed. The Historical Encyclopedia of Louisiana
Louisiana Historical Bureau. Volume 1. Illustrated Padded Leather, with colored embossed covers. 
Price: 250.00 USD
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