7 edition of Texas frontier, 1820-1825 found in the catalog.
|Statement||by Lester G. Bugbee.|
|LC Classifications||F389 .B93|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 103-121 p.|
|Number of Pages||121|
|LC Control Number||06001124|
Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. Twenty-seven years on the Texas frontier by William Banta, edition, Microform in English 4 editions of Twenty-seven years on the Texas frontier found in the : Gross’ (A Mexican Adventure, , etc.) latest historical novel traces the formation and adventures of the Texas Rangers during the Mexican War, under the leadership of a bold young man from narrative opens in with two adventure-seeking year-olds, John Caperton and John Coffee “Jack” Hays, having drinks at a bar in Nacogdoches in the Republic of : David R. Gross.
# The Last Cheater's Waltz: Beauty and Violence in the Desert Southwest by Ellen Meloy - Not really a " frontier " book since its set in the midth century. # - The Wave: In Pursuit of the Rogues, Freaks, and Giants of the Ocean by Susan Casey - not about the historical frontier, but a book on rouge waves and other types of waves. Carroll's work asks how frontier conditions, slavery, and the multi-layered history of law in Texas affected the lives of men and women and creation of a sexual and familial order in Texas between and /5.
Get this from a library! Homesteads ungovernable: families, sex, race, and the law in frontier Texas, [Mark M Carroll]. Forts of the American Frontier is No. 28 in Osprey’s “Fortress” series. Other recent Osprey releases include American Indians of the Pacific Northwest, by Elizabeth von Aderkas, illustrated by Christa Hook, No. in the “Men-at-Arms” series; and American Frontier Lawmen , by Charles M. Robinson III, illustrated by Author: Historynet Staff.
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[Lester Gladstone Bugbee]. In a Texas Frontier: The Clear Fork Country and Fort Griffin,Ty Cashion surveys the formative development of northwest Texas where the Clear Fork of the Brazos cuts a path between the timbered region and the treeless plains e the unfamiliar and often harsh environment, the first pioneersmainly southern stock raiserspersisted through conflicts with/5(8).
1820-1825 book In a Texas Frontier: The Clear Fork Country and Fort Griffin,Ty Cashion surveys the formative development of northwest Texas where the Clear Fork of the Brazos cuts a path between the timbered region and the treeless plains e the unfamiliar and often harsh environment, the first pioneers―mainly southern stock raisers―persisted through conflicts with Plains Indians Cited by: 2.
Once called the "Fighting Colonel" of the Texas frontier, Ranald S. Mackenzie in the brief years of his career through the s and early s secured that land for the surging wave of settlers who turned the wilderness into a place of cattle ranches, productive farms, and prosperous towns.5/5(3).
For almost three hundred miles, the Pecos River cuts across far West Texas. It is an arid land, a land that in the last century offered danger and hardship to those who crossed it and those who settled it. Yet they came--army posts like Fort Stockton to challenge the Apaches' claim to the rugged land, settlers to supply the posts, cattlemen to eke out a living from the vast but sparse grazing.
Buckskin and Homespun: Frontier Texas Clothing by Holman, David & Billie Persons and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at The Texas Frontier in was guarded by a line of army forts ranging from Fort Worth to Fort Duncan near Eagle Pass. With the end of the Mexican War, settlers had begun pushing toward the Texas interior, and troops became available to furnish new towns some measure of protection from raiding bands of Indians.1 Fort Martin bScott,Missing: book.
Evetts Haley with the co-operation of three other staunch West Texans-Houston Harte as promoter and publisher, Harold Bugbee as illustrator, and Carl Hertzog as designer and producer -has in Fort Concho and the Texas Frontier set a new standard of excellence in the writing and publication of local history/5(7).
Enjoy a novel about the American frontier in the state of Texas and learn about a larger than life leader named John Coffee Hays. This Defender of the Texas Frontier, and the brave men he led, played a major role in shaping the events of their times.
This book is a description of these adventures/5(7). THE COLONIZATION OF TEXAS by. Eugene A. Gittinger, S.M. A thesis submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Master of Texas Frontier. 2. Volumes, Cleveland,I, 5.
the Spanish colonies. was. rrequently recalled. In the order orAuthor: Eugene A. Gittinger. The Captured: a True Story of Abductions by Indians on the Texas Frontier. By Scott Zesch. The Captured is one of the most fascinating books I’ve ever read. It’s a biography of about ten children who were captured by mostly Comanche Indians between the ages of about eight and fourteen, and held for between six months and eight years.
Texas History and Frontier Genealogy has 3, members. A community of folk who love exploring the rich and unique history and genealogy of Texas. Feel. FRONTIER Frontier Battalion, composed of six companies of Texas Rangers of seventy-five men each, was organized in as a result of a recommendation of Governor Richard Coke that Texas organize its own force to protect the frontier.
On May 2,John B. Jones was commissioned major of the force. By Jall six companies were in service. "An outstanding contribution to the historiography of the American West and likely will remain for a long time the definitive work on the Texas Panhandle."—Ernest Wallace"As one born in the region, Rathjen is sympathetic to it, but he is also understanding of it; there is little Chamber of Commerce stuff in his story." —Robert G.
AthearnThe Texas Panhandle—its eastern edge descending 4/5(1). Get this from a library. Buckskin and homespun: frontier Texas clothing, [David Holman; Billie Persons; Pat Massey] -- Study of clothing worn during the frontier times in Texas, explaining how and why certain articles of apparel originated.
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Thank you for going green. Order a paper directory.Get this from a library! Texas' last frontier: Fort Stockton and the Trans-Pecos, [Clayton Williams; Ernest Wallace] -- The Centennial series of the Association of Former Students, Texas .A rather typical history of the Texas Rangers written by a young historian in the mid's.
More a telling of the Ranger's exploits in war and law-enforcement instead of a scholarly examination of the organization's political/legal development and the role that it played in the social structure of early Texas (good and bad such as dealings with slaves, freed slaves, Mexicans and native /5.