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Texas Lore, Volume One Off-The-Wall Vignettes in the Lone Star State's History from the Popular Newspaper Cartoon

By: Reynolds, Patrick M.

Price: $8.00

Publisher: Willow Street, PA, Red Rose Studio: 1983

Seller ID: 28771

ISBN: 0932514073

Condition: Near Fine


Stories/cartoons include: how Texas got its name; Sophia Coffee, the Confederate female "Paul Revere" saved Texas from a Yankee invasion; axe-wielding Deaf Smith, Texas' best spy/scout, at the Battle of San Jacinto. Originally part of a 4-volume boxed set. Volumes 2 and 3 are also available. Marginalia on Contents page; otherwise like new. ; Texas Wagon Train Commemorative Series; Small 4to 9" - 11" tall; 56 pages; 28771 View more info

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Texas Lore, Volume Two Off-The-Wall Vignettes in the Lone Star State's History from the Popular Newspaper Cartoon

By: Reynolds, Patrick M.

Price: $8.00

Publisher: Willow Street, PA, Red Rose Studio: 1984

Seller ID: 28772

ISBN: 093251409x

Condition: Near Fine


Includes stories about the headless squatter of Dickens County; The first Texas Rangers; The unsung heroes of World War II: Women's Airforce Service Pilots trained at Avenger Field, Sweetwater; Blind Lemon Jefferson, the first commercially successful black country blues singer. And cattle barons, Charles Goodnight, C. C. Slaughter, Samuel Burk Burnett. Map on verso of front cover. Little-Known Stories of Texas' Hectic Heritage from the Award-Winning Newspaper Feature. Volumes 1 and 3 are also available. Marginalia on Contents page. Otherwise like new. ; Texas Wagon Train Commemorative Series; ... View more info

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Texas Lore, Volume Three Off-The-Wall Vignettes in the Lone Star State's History from the Popular Newspaper Cartoon

By: Reynolds, Patrick M.

Price: $8.00

Publisher: Willow Street, PA, Red Rose Studio: 1985

Seller ID: 28773

ISBN: 0932514111

Condition: Near Fine


Explores the nooks and crannies of obscure Texas history & folklore: the cowboy detective; convict labor built railroad; queen of the confederacy; the mighty mites, one of the greatest high school football teams of all time; Kit Carson in the Panhandle. Only portrait of a woman that ever appeared on confederate money was from Marshall, Texas. Marginalia on Contents page. Otherwise like new. ; Texas Wagon Train Commemorative Series; Small 4to 9" - 11" tall; 56 pages; 28773 View more info