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My name is Thomas A. Logically Wilkins is short for Wilkinson. The "son" must have been dropped over the centuries. I am curious about my lineage. My father was Ralph John Wilkins. My mother is Joyce Alethea Gourley Wilkins. My father was born in St. I was born in St. Louis Missouri on july 27 If there is anything that you can tell me, I would be most gratefull. Thank you very much Thomas A. He and his father were both railway men. From the information I have, it appears that the children were named after his wife's side of the family.
Hope to find siblings of William Pepper Wilkinson and more information on his father and mother. I am searching for information on Eliza Wilkinson, born c in Sheffield, Yorkshire. She had a daughter, Phyllis Mary, which was my Grandmother. That's all I know about her so any help would be greatly appreciated. A m still looking for three girls from Kansas City,Mo. Does anyone have any information relating to Henry Wilkinson, gun and sword maker, born Blackfriars,Surrey, England in I found a Florabelle Garrell md.
Since the name Florabelle is not so much of a common name,I ask this. Do you have any info on her. My gaunts' name is Florabelle Garrell,born about I've been looking for her and her siblings for quite awhile now.
I do hope this is the one. My great-grandmother is Susan Wilkins or Wilkinson most likely. Born June 20th of??? I can provide a bit more info of her Susan children, but not too much as some are still living, and also much information is missing- sorry, my Nanny's getting old and is forgetful of dates and things regarding her mother,etc. BUT I would love abosultely any and all info, no matter how trivial. I am looking for the parents of Hannah Wilkinson.
She was born 20 Feb location unknown - possibility New Jersey or Pennsylvania. Zenas, Eunice, Sara, Daniel. She died and is buried in Liberty, Union, Indiana. Would appreciate any information. I last seen them when I was in the navy in Long Beach around and they were around 4 or 6 years old. This site has been fixed. I apologize that it was broken by an unscrupulous poster who tried to include some advertisements in their post.
Also, I've moved the older posts to another page to make the entire process less unwieldy. Please visit the Archive Page to see all requests prior to I am researching Joseph A Wilkinson, ca abt He was in Greeley Colorado in Any help would be greatly appreciated. You mention a Document: But no way to access it. I'm trying to find out what happened to them.
Jesse had a brother, Charles and two sisters, Charity and Penelope. Charles had 4 children: I would like to correspond with anyone linked to this family of Charles Wilkerson, Jr. I am desperate to trace Joshua back to the British Isles.
Can you help me? I am looking for information on Roy Wilkerson or Wilkinson not sure which spelling is correct , born in MO around I hope someone can help me find this information. His widow doesn't want to upset his elderly mother Barbara and sister, Jean, and is reluctant to share information with me. I want to make contact with other family members, to third generation distance. I am descended from Aaron Wilkinson and Polly Wilkins. Any information on them would really help me tack another limb on my family tree.
Looking for Wilkinsons from K. This info is from the census of Garden Island, Frontenac, Ontario. Charles Wilkinson was my great uncle.
Does anyone know of this family. Charles had two brothers, William, John my. Ireland, and a sister Mary. I have lots more info. Would love a reply to my query if you have info. I found the following list connection from the posting but when I tried to make connection the person email no longer valid. Please contact me if you put up this posting. Thomas was born in England approximately and migrated to the Grant County, Wisconsin sometime around He was married to ANNA?
They had 11 children: Here they are again. I have changed my email address since then so if anyone thinks they are connected, please get in touch. I would be happy to hear from anyone who thinks they may connect. Bartholomews Church, Colne, Lancashire. Mary parents Giles Haughton and Anne Scholefield was born 9. The children of Aaron Wilkinson and Mary Haughton were: She is buried in St Marys, Newchurch in Pendle.
Aaron married2 Peggy Halstead on Aaron Wilkinson married Mary Margaret Hargreaves on Mally Wilkinson married John Ashworth on 1. Children of Mally Willkinson and John Ashworth not yet known.
Dinah Wilkinson married John Horn Children of Dinah Wilkinson and John Horn not yet known. Henry Haughton Wilkinson married Ann Haworth on Ann was born in Newchurch in Pendle.
Wilkinson, born approx in Virginia. The Whittens had move to Alabama, then to panola County, Mississippi. It is unclear how or where John and Jane met. Their first two children were born in Panola County. Wilkinson, born and Sarah Jane Wilkinson, born Their daughter Martha A. Wilkinson was born in in Kentucky and daughter Rachel was born in Aug, in Sabine, Texas. They lived in St Louis for a time also.
John was a steamboat merchant. Jane died on November 12, and is buried in the Whitten cemetery. They were married in in New Orleans. George died in and is also buried in the Whitten cemetery.
A good history of this East Texas county: Indian Trails; early colonization and development; Civil War years; community histories; pioneer biographical sketches, much more. HB green cloth, foxing to interior pages, otherwise a very good copy of this very scarce Texas county history…. Drawings of famous bucking horses by Olaf Wieghorst ; foreword by Gene Autry. This memoir, by Clancy who was a rodeo announcer from its earliest days, gives the inside story of the sport.
In this book he mentions most of the world-famous riders and their horses, and the results of the contests. Biographical and historical resumes of successful men—ranchers, farmers, bankers, educators, and some companies—who made positive contributions to the social, cultural and economic development of the plains country of West Texas. Edited and with an intro by Usher L. Tells about many of the early day ranchers in Dakotas.
Includes some interesting range photos. The last chapter deals with the Custer expedition. Texas Folklore Society Vol. An interesting collection of Texas legends and folklore, and folk cures. Foreword by Dudley R. A biographical sketch of early day pioneer George McGehee. A very scarce history of the Waggoner Ranch! An interpretive history of the life of Daniel Waggoner. He founded the Waggoner Ranch which, at its zenith, numbered more than a half-million acres. Drawings by Nick Eggenhofer.
Emmett gives us Shanghai Pierce with the warts and all…good reading and competent biography. Memoir about cowboys, camp meetings, and bear and lion hunting with dogs. Also a lot on Civil War days and Reconstruction years. One of the best Texas county histories. Biography of the vice-president whose colorful life spanned 99 years, 44 of which were in public office. Includes 62 illustrations by Charles M. Illustration by Charles M. HB nice copy in blue cloth, very scarce Statehouse in Texas , 1st edition, Austin.
The state had no money, but it had more than 40 million acres of public land. The people decided to trade more than three million acres of that asset for a grandiose statehouse. The Honorable Lyndon B. Johnson , 1st limited edition of copies , Shoal Creek Publishers, Austin. A chronological account of the public life and accomplishments of Johnson who became the 35th President of the United States. Foreword by Manuel Lujan, Jr. Accompanying the maps are photos of the survey team at various points along the ancient trail.
The author also touches upon the Border-Wall-Brocks feud. A large volume bound in green cloth with back pocket for the maps……… This classic Civil War account tells the bloody history of the Confederate unit that entered the war 1, strong , fought and won over battles, and came home with barely enough men to form a single company. HB mustard cloth, fine copy, very scarce… Illustrations by Kurt Weise.
The author tell of tending his flock on the ranges of South Dakota. Fort Concho , Texas: Chapters on shelter and sanitation; supply; daily routine, social life and diversions.
Designed and printed by Carl Hertzog ; illustrations by Harold D. One of the most highly sought after books on the cattle range. It is one of the most highly regarded land-marks in the literature of the cattle country. HB lacks dust jacket…. Dan Casement in appreciation of an outstanding American Individualist, and in defense of the philosophy of Capitalism in a free America. An essay about Frank King. Typography by Carl Hertzog.
A look at the careers of three frontier photographers: Smith of the Southwestern Range. Inspiring photography in color and black-and-white by the author. The author studies life on the U.
This firsthand look preceded the violent cartels of today. Folio HB, leather with embossed decorations……. Intro by Ramon Adams. Ten essays about the myth and reality of the cowboy of the era between to Illustrations and maps by Jose Cisneros ; designed and printed by Carl Hertzog. Lowman, Printer at the Pass: Included in this memoir he gives his impressions of other parts of Texas.
Drawings by Jose Cisneros. Biographies of two generations of the leading men who founded and carried on a vast ranching empire that began in Texas in Warren Kerrigan and Lois Wilson. Illustrated with scenes from the photoplay; endpaper map.
HB brown cloth in fine condition; the colorful dust jacket is folded inside in two pieces and is missing the rear panel…. This history of Howard County tells of explorer Captain R. Slaughter and the Long S. Ranch; chronicles the introduction of barbed wire and farming; the establishment of government, commerce and institutions; and more.. The Home of the Camels , 2nd printing, Bandera. Softcover, some foxing front cover…..
Forewords by Russell L. This book features photographic selections from the extensive Lawrence T. Featured are cabinet cards, oversized photographs, stereographs, tintypes, and other techniques that document all aspects of Texas photography from the years to Kelton explains the history behind fourteen full-color illustrations by artist, Tom Lovell. Memories of life in the early 20th Century in Hays, Travis and Williamson counties.
The Story of a Texas County by O. Fisher , 1st limited edition of copies , Houston. Considered one of the more interesting Texas county histories with accounts of Indian fights, early day murder cases, outlaw roundups, and more.
Designed by Carl Hertzog. Illustrations by the author. Two volumes HB in slipcase…….. Book designed by William D. A series of eleven paintings related to the history and development of western beef cattle. Originally published as a softcover booklet in Designed by Carl Hertzog ; map illustration by Jose Cisneros.
The author discusses many things besides sheep. There is a long section on the cattle industry. An interesting and thought-provoking work on an area that is often glossed over in other books on the cattle industry. During his tenure, Gonzaullas was the only hispanic captain in the ranger force, and this book chronicles his long and eventful career from Foreword by Roy Rogers. A pictorial look at all the trappings a cowboy used or wore that set him apart from other folks of the cowboy era of the late s.
A collection of full-page gravure photographs featuring modern cowboys on the ranges of Nevada, Texas, Oregon and Wyoming. More range photos from the outstanding, award winning photographer. Gives the military history of Mason County residents who served between and in the armed forces of the United States, including those who served in the Coast Guard and Merchant Marines. Byron Price, the Director of the Charles M. Early exploration, Comanches, frontiersmen.
Trape paperback, new [multiple copies available]…… Trade Paperback, new [multiple copies available]…… Arcadia Press, Images of America Series. A pictorial history that relates the frontier saga of cowboys, cattle drives, and great ranches of West Texas. A new and interesting look at the forts that were strung across the West Texas frontier to house the troops who were protecting the settlers from Indian atrocities.
Much on Amarillo, marauding Indians, cattle ranching, biographical sketches of many pioneers, and more. Foreword by James T. The Chaparral Region of Texas , 1st edition, Austin. Foreword by John H. A history of the brush country of South Texas. An interesting foreword to this edition by Sylvia Ann Grider. The classic novel of a woman driven crazy by the incessant West Texas wind. HB, brown leather with gilt lettering……. No date, privately published. Real stories about events in Texas history from early Spanish explorers through the early days of the Texas cattle industry.
A complete study and reference guide to Texas grasses that provides a description of the structure of each plant; details of classification and distribution; brief species accounts; distribution maps; color and black and white photos of grass species found in Texas; and an alphabetized checklist that provides information on origin, longevity, growth season, endangered status, and occurrence.
His last flight from justice lasted days, and required the efforts of hundreds of men to finally corner him. Portraits of Working Cowboys , 1st edition, Austin. Photos of modern day cowboys at work on ranches in New Mexico, Oklahoma and Texas. Discusses the many contributions of Hispanic culture that have woven their way into Texan culture, including architecture, cuisine, ranching and rodeo traditions, and more.
Sections arranged by geographic region. Circa , stated first edition, Discovery Press, NY. An expose of drug dealing and law enforcement corruption in Tyler, Texas. Smith was one of the leading American firearms authorities of the twentieth century. Two volume set, HB both volumes bound in black leather with gilt decoration and edges, fine condition. This massive four volume set is a detailed study of the United States Cavalryman and his uniforms, arms, accoutrements and equipments, from the Revolutionary War to the last days of the Horse Soldier in World War II when the cavalry became mechanized.
Each volume profusely illustrated by the author, many in full color. This study was endorsed by the Company of Military Historians. The author died during its production in Folio HB green cloth gold stamped spine and front cover…… Story of a Cowboy and a Camp Meeting , 1st ed, Waco. The story of L. Millican who founded the Baptist camp meeting that has met every year since in the mountain ranch country between Alpine and Marfa.
Illustrated with water-color and pen-and-ink drawings by the author. Includes an appendix with brief descriptions of all Mexican birds. Softcover booklet, fine condition….
And expert methods for making sets. The author recalls her life of forty years on the Plains around Amarillo: A wealth of material can be found in this regional history of the ranch country in Uvalde, Real and Edwards counties which has stories told by the early day pioneers and settlers to the region. In addition to new oral histories gathered from pioneers, Fenley included here additional biographies she had written for the Uvalde Leader-News and The Cattleman magazine dating from James Long from Owen who was actually William Sydney Porter, aka O.
This huge volume gives many accounts of how guns affected the lives of those on the frontier. Includes accounts of a trapper in the s, a woman crossing the plains by wagon in the s, a cowboy enduring the dangers of a long cattle drive, a buffalo hunter, a soldier fighting Indians, and many more stories.
Trade paperback, front cover has closed tear, now in protective cover…. Illustrated by Nick Eggenhofer. A detailed guide to sea shells found along Texas beaches. A county by county survey of ancient Indian rock art giving a thorough analysis and classification of design elements and their geographic distribution. Softcover, a very fine copy with smattering of foxing along the spine side of the front cover, now in Bro-Dart Plasti-Kleer protective cover, scarce…..
The second volume covers the history of Texas in the 19th century up to , with additional chapters on education, industry, commerce and railroads.
Foreword by Fred Gipson ; drawings by H. Edited and with an introduction by Jerry D. The stories included here were published in the El Paso Daily Herald from to The Legendary Parker Ranch, , 1st edition, Honolulu.
A history of the largest U. Oversize hardback with dust jacket, fine copy…… Brennan tells of being at Dealey Plaza and actually seeing Lee Harvey Oswald fire the shots that killed Kennedy on that fateful day in November, Tells of the golden days of the cattle drives with hundreds of period photos.
A lot on various ranches, cattlemen, outlaws and lawmen, and other characters of the old west. A Biography , 1st edition, Austin. Biography of a renowned 19th-century naturalist, physician, musician, and translator of Native American dialects.
Jack Potter, and follows that with many original stories by the Colonel telling of the humor and horseplay on trail drives and the cattle range in eastern New Mexico--Billy the Kid, Indian scares, and more. History of Callahan County, Texas , 1st edition, Dallas. Folio HB with pictorial cover…. A novel set on the King Ranch in South Texas. The Story of I. This book gives a comprehensive story of the range cattle industry with Olive as its central figure.
Photography by Lawrence, Sonja and Lea Clayton. Photos and text centered around events at the ranch rodeos mentioned in the title. Typography, binding and jacket designed by Carl Hertzog ; introduction and two paintings by Peter Hurd ; four maps drawn by Jose Cisneros.
Gives an interesting look at early-day life on the famous Coe ranch in New Mexico. Beto Maldonado recalls an eventful life of training and showing Santa Gertrudis cattle.
Another novel by the prize-winning author of Sironia , Texas. Author recounts his days as a youngster on his ranch in Crockett County in the early part of the 20th-century: Joel Fowler and William McGinnis. A new look at the Johnson County Range War of Foreword by John Graves. De Shields interviewed and corresponded with people who participated in her recapture, or knew her after she returned to civilized society.
Dobie recounts some time spent in the rugged badlands of northern Mexico. Illus by Charles Banks Wilson. Classic folklore and history of the Mustang.
Range Animals , 1st printing, Northland Press, Flagstaff. An authoritative and complete history of one of the most powerful Plains Indian tribes. Frontispiece by Peter Hurd. Her chapters on Vicente and Ketchum are more reliable Foreword by Wayne Gard ; 3 maps by Jose Cisneros.
A pictorial tour of landmarks along three famous cattle trails: With a new introduction by Ramon F. This book contains an incredible collection of information on men and events concerned with cattle.
A chance to acquire the first edition rarely comes along. Folio HB, a splendid volume bound in half cowhide and Bancroft buckram with gold-stamped front cover decoration and gilt spine lettering in a slip case….
Interesting historical details about Texas county namesakes. A portrait of more than years of plantation, ranch and small-town life on he Hawkins Ranch in Matagorda County by a great-granddaughter of the founders. Foreword by William MacLeod Raine. A history of the range cattle industry, with chapters on cattle rustling and range wars, barbed wire and windmills, Texas Rangers, the cowboys and the cow pony, and more.
Edited and with additional text by Louis Kraft. Gatewood recorded his experiences while serving as commander of Indian Scouts for the Sixth U. Cavalry during the campaigns against Geronimo and Naiche. A Biography by Monica Heiman. Udden was a pioneer geologist who did many studies in the Big Bend region of Texas. HB, tan cloth, library decimal numbers at spine and presentation plate on inside of front cover where there is also glue residue of something being removed, otherwise a very good copy…..
Personifies the family histories related to many of the fine old homes and buildings in this Hill country town. Tale of a Texas Lawman , 1st edition, Lubbock. This book gives an interesting look at pioneer life in the Texas Panhandle.
With 34 full-color paintings by Darol Dickinson. In this first comprehensive survey of the art and artifacts of German Texans, the author explores how their material culture was influenced by their European roots, how it was adapted to everyday life in Texas, and how it changed over time This masterful study covers pioneer generations in East Texas and the Hill Country, and into the early twentieth century. Houses and their furnishings, churches and cemeteries, breweries and businesses, and paintings and engravings fill the pages of this informative and richly illustrated volume.
Frontispiece photograph of Mr. Haley at their JH Ranch. A Collection of the Essays of J. One-of-a-kind with original Bugbee drawing 54 Haley, J. Designed by Carl Hertzog ; illustrations by H. The Story of a Country Store , 1st printing of the revised edition, Austin.
Bugbee ; typography and design by Carl Hertzog. Illustrations by Harold D. The Hellen family has been involved in the South Texas cattle ranching business for years, surviving destructive weather and droughts, early day frontier dangers, unpredictable cattle markets, and burdensome government regulations and taxes.
Their story includes firsthand accounts by founder, Charles Waugh Hellen, Sr. A Cow-Country Sketchbook , 2nd printing, Austin. Intro by Wayne Gard ; illustrations by Malcolm Thurgood. A history of the Great Plains ranch and its contribution to the ranching industry from to HB tan cloth, very good copy……. Burns first work as a cowboy was in He worked for several outfits and managed three before this narrative ends in The Travels of Randolph B.
A biography of the 19th-century trail blazer, geographer, Mexican fighter, Indian authority, and author. An old-timer recalls his life as cowboy in Colorado in the early part of the 20th-century. He tells many stories of the interesting people and events he encountered. The Story of Ben F. Introduction by Tom Lea. Exciting memoirs of a Douglas, Arizona rancher, prospector and mine developer, business man, and one of the purchasers of the 2,, acre Palomas Ranch in Mexico just across the border from New Mexico.
Includes a comprehensive listing of all individual patents, with descriptive text, drawing, history and patent number. A comprehensive history that deals primarily with New Mexico during the period cited, but also contains information on Arizona which was a part of New Mexico until Includes a bibliography of his novels to date and a useful listing of his published short works. An interesting family biography with much on frontier military life.
This reproduction makes available to all a picture of how brands were recorded by a working cattleman on the range, besides preserving an important brand book for prosperity. Life and reminiscences of Sumpter, an early day settler in the area around Eagle Pass of Maverick County. Sumpter fought in the Mexican War and remained in Eagle Pass after the conflict ended. During his long life he was a saloon keeper, rancher and merchant.
His reminiscences reflect 19th-century life along the Texas border with Mexico. Introduction by John A. Drawings by Tom Lea. Foreword by David J.
Texas, when admitted to the Union, was the only state to retain ownership and control of its public lands. This was the first treatise on its dispersal of those lands before and after the Civil War. Softcover the milar-protected green wrappers have become detached from the text block ……….. Drawings by Jose Cisneros ; typographical consultant Carl Hertzog. Includes full description of the topography, climate, resources and population; background history from time of the Spanish explorers up to the s; much on ranching and ranching personalities; a lot on the oilmen and geologists who made the early searches for oil and their subsequent discoveries; and much more.
The Ranch Diary of Watt R. Matthews , 1st edition, College Station. Intro by Frances M. Yeats and Hooper Shelton. Organizations; community histories; early settlers and census; early cattle brands; cemeteries; much more. Details of the chase and capture of an international crime ring.
HB has a tiny chip out of faux-leather spine….. A look at the turmoil and violence of Reconstruction in Texas. A Payload of Sprinters , 1st ed, Idaho. Tells the stories of many notable race horses and how they won success.
Includes discussions on early organized Quarter Horse racing, opinions about training, and much more. Parker was attached to Capt. This history of the Henry repeating rifle contains new material.
One of the best modern ranch histories. The Matador was a Scottish owned ranch of vast proportions. Its history is interesting not only as a prominent ranch, but also as a case study of what happened to [foreign] investors after the cattle boom was over. Early history of the state. A compelling portrait of an American ranching family that spans six generations and two states.
Their history includes cowboys and Indians, cattle and buffalo, open range and barbed wire. Trade paperback, very good…… Wasson established ranches in Stephens County, Texas, and in Arizona. A resourceful history of how pioneers coped with life and hardships on the Great Plains--Indian raids and buffalo hunting, wagon trains, sod house hospitality, frontier justice, frontier schools, and more. Early day photos and history of the petroleum industry in southeast Oklahoma and West Texas.
A Photographic History, , reprint, College Station. Photographing the Legend by Larry Len Peterson. More than that, the book shows how the Cowboy artist personified what he portrayed.
She is best known for her documentation of the lifestyles of the Pueblo and Navajo Indians. Includes over full-page plates of her photos. Includes prehistory, establishment of forts and Indian fights; cattle ranching and trail driving; mob and vigilante problems; community, church and social histories; some pioneer biographical sketches, much more. HB tan cloth scuffed… In the preface, the author tells us this book was written to take the place of the his first book "A Texas Cowboy" with some cattle history never before published.
HB red cloth, very good….. One box full was lost until Intro by Loula Grace Erdman. The story of the large Plains ranch from open range years to the barbed wire era.
A history of the stagecoach lines that carried passengers and mail over the Santa Fe Trail from to , when the railroads took over. Stories of the cattle trail and cattle camp, and experiences that brought the author in contact with some notable westerners. The author gives frank opinions of Billy the Kid, Sam Bass and other outlaws. His chapter on Billy the Kid is more reliable than most. The Story of Doc W. Carver , 1st edition, The Arthur H.
The Eagle of the Comanches , 1st edition, Oklahoma City. An early biography of the last war chief of the Comanches. HB cloth with eagle and arrow illustrations on front cover, front hinge beginning to crack, overall a very good copy, scarce…….. HB red cloth, very good… A massive reference book fully illustrated with color photographs. Features many photographs and descriptions of Victoria County pioneers, cattlemen, trail drivers, lawmen, doctors, women, churches, prominent buildings and much more.
Also a section with illustrations of the many cattle and horse brands of Victoria County; and information on the Taylor-Sutton Feud and John Wesley Hardin. Approximately 86 unnumbered pages.
Hamilton, who opposed secession, served as Military governor of Texas during the Civil War, and was its first provisional governor during Reconstruction. Through extensive research of early journals, Weniger is able to help us experience the landscapes and waterscapes of pre-development Texas through the eyes of those early explorers.
Folio HB quite a few pages have underlining … Presents more than one hundred classic images which were taken by Wittliff during the filming of the epic miniseries. Kelton, in the Foreword says: Oblong folio, as new…… Illustrated by Vic Donahue. An interesting, and mostly humorous look at the picturesque speech of the men of the range. This massive and comprehensive two-volume work explores the history of the area of Texas south and west of the Guadalupe River, with emphasis on the Borderlands.
Identifies and describes over dart and arrow points and stone tools used by prehistoric Indians. Includes charts, geographic distribution maps and reliable age dating information.
Folio softcover, new [multiple copies available]….. Paintings by Forrest Kirkland , 32 in full color, in black and white, plus many photos. Hundreds of examples of petroglyphs and pictographs are reproduced. Intriguing biography of a modern day cowboy, lion hunter, fiddle player, and successful Arizona rancher.
A Guide and History compiled and edited by William Corner. Maverick's memoirs and interviews with old settlers. HB, green cloth, very good copy….. HB maroon cloth, very good……. The author grew up in the Big Bend area and looks back on his younger days of exploring the beauty and uniqueness of this remote part of Texas.
Trade paperback, new [multiple copies available]….. An excellent history of the Big Bend and trans-Pecos region of Texas from written records, and firsthand accounts by people who were instrumental in building the region. Much on early exploration, frontier military and Indian wars, Civil War years, Texas Rangers, range history, and more.
Land of the Unexpected by Kenneth B. Profiles many of the people — from curanderas to blood feudists — who make up the recent history of this unique region of Texas. They take issue with previous writings about the Vigilance committee that killed Larn while he was in jail. Calf ropers and bulldoggers and cow people in general are the unwary subjects of this book of entertaining yarns. HB faux leather with embossed lettering…..
Includes chapters on communities, cattle ranching, Texas Rangers, and some mention of John Wesley Hardin and his activities in the area. Two Volumes in original decorated cover. Brown collected materials for fifty years, then devoted four entire years to writing his history of Texas.
The two volumes are and pages respectively, with photos and maps. Both are hardbacks and have been rebound in brown library cloth bindings with gilt lettering on the spines. The Official Aileen Taylor Website. The Official Alina Heels Website. The Official Anne Suzuki Blog. The Official Ayumi Haraguchi Blog.
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