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Fred Rider Cotten Popular History Series

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State capital and home of the University of Texas, Austin is the one city that belongs to all Texans. This finely written book, illustrated with...

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Part of the inscription on the base of the San Jacinto Monument reads: "Measured by its results, San Jacinto was one of the decisive...

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The dramatic story of one of the most famous events in Texas history is told by Ben H. Procter of Texas Christian University. Procter describes in...

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Written by one of the deans of Texas history, Civil War Texas provides an authoritative, comprehensive description of Texas during the Civil War...

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Dallas first grabbed the national attention in 1936 when it hosted the Texas Centennial Exposition. Since then, the fascination with "Big D...

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In the fall of 1867 the United States Army established a permanent camp on the plateau where the North and Middle Concho rivers join. For...

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Wooster relates the history of Fort Davis from the days when Indians and later Spaniards and Mexicans inhabited the area. Fort Davis, one of the...

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Today Fort Lancaster sits as a ghostly ruin in West Texas, far removed from any major highway. However, this frontier post once played a major...

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Fort Worth has been called "the City Where the West Begins," "Cowtown," and the silent partner in the Dallas/Fort Worth...

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This well-written history of Galveston provides an overview of the city's rich and colorful past and provides readers, researchers, and tourists...

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