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Texas Almanac 2014-2015 Has Arrived

The new Texas Almanac 2014-2015 is here!

Known as "the source of all things Texan," the Texas Almanac is the go-to guide for all subjects relating to Texas industries, commerce, history, government, sports, and other vital aspects of the Lone Star State.

And it can be yours when you order your copy today!

Packed with articles, hundreds of full-color photographs, maps, and data, the 752-page Texas Almanac is heralded as the premier reference guide for everything Texan. And the 2014-2015 edition promises to be better than ever, featuring:

  • An article on Texas art and artists written by prominent collector J.P. Bryan
  • Sketches of eight historic ranches of Texas by Texana writer Mike Cox
  • An overview of Major League Baseball teams in Texas
  • Comprehensive lists of Texas high school, college, and professional sports championships
  • And much more!

All this information can be at your fingertips for as little as $19.95. But you must make your purchase soon!

Just read what so many people have to say about the Texas Almanac:

"Open this book anywhere and it will draw you in. This is the perfect reference book addition to your library!" —Avid traveler Jerry

"This is a great reference book. We are life-long Texans, but there's still a lot about our state we want to learn. We like that it tells us more than we thought to ask." —Native Texan Linda

"THE essential Texas guide and handbook for anyone with an interest in Texas." —Uprooted Texan Mary Ann

Mark Busby, of Texas Books in Review, writes of the Texas Almanac: "For those who like the serendipity of browsing through a handsomely presented book, one that fits in the glove compartment or backpack, the published edition of the Texas Almanac offers its pleasures."

Join the thousands of others who have benefited from owning their own personal copy of the Texas Almanac.

Order the newly released Texas Almanac 2014-2015.

View the Texas Almanac 2014-2015 Press Release by editor Elizabeth C. Alvarez.

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