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HERITAGE OF BLANCO COUNTY BOOK.

By Editors

Blanco: Curtis Media, 1987. First Edition. Hardcover. NEAR FINE. One of only 200 copies, over 835 pages, photos, family histories and local lore of this colorful county that was the home of L.B.J. , 4to black cloth with color photo of The Old Blanco County Courthouse on cover. Acid free paper. Previous owner's names on title page otherwise a fine bright copy., Two helpful indices by subject and by appearance in the text. In addition to the 100s of historic photographs and historical events there is a complete text of the rare History of Blanco by John Speer.

$500.00

MCMULLEN COUNTY HISTORY

By Editors

McMullen County History Book Committee, 1981. First Edition. FINE. 754pp., photographs, maps, 4to pictorial brown leatherette. Includes As I Remember Tilden by Myrle Walker Burford, H.B. Shiner Ranch, Cattle Brands, the Swisher Memoirs, Calliham, contributions by Olen Warder Nolen, Yarbrough Bend, Zella and much else of interest to South Texas ranching and pioneer life.

$250.00

GONE BUT NOT FORGOTTEN - A Cemetery Survey of Crosby County Texas

By Baber, Lucy Harrison Miller

Crosbyton, Tx: Published by Crosby County Historical Commission., 1983. First Edition. Hardcover. FINE. Typescript format. Includes a list of obits on file with the county.

$25.00

A PICTORIAL HISTORY OF MARSHALL, TEXAS AND HARRISON COUNTY

By Editors of the Marshall News Messenger

Marceline, Mo.: Heritage House Publishing, 2001. First Edition. Hardcover. FINE. 128pp., oblong glossy b/w photographic boards. Historic and modern photos.

$45.00

LA SALLE COUNTY COUNTY FAIR AND WILD HOG COOK-OFF.

By Editors

2007. Pamphlet. Program, 83pp., photos, history of the fair, printed white 4to wraps, stapled Fair Assn. members, essays, biographies and port. Cotulla, Junior Livestock Show, food, arts and crafts, science winners, memorials, ranch and rodeo events, cook-off teams

$20.00

MASON COUNTY COMMUNITIES

By Editor

The Mason County Sesquicentennial Committee., 1986 . First Edition. Hardcover. VERY GOOD. Contributions from many people, 190pp., many photos. maps of Mason, Streeter and Wagram. 4to blue leatherette, silver and white titles. Minor surface impressions, previous owner's name. Includes historical background, early settlers, family genealogy, history of many early houses and information not previously submitted on all of these communities- Art, Bauer, Brockmann, Fredonia, Fly Gap, Grossville, Hedwig's Hill, Hilda, Long Mt., Lower Willow Creek, Loyal Valley, Mason, Pontotoc, Ranch Branch, Streeter, and Wagram.

$175.00

THE HISTORY OF TRAVIS COUNTY AND AUSTIN: 1839-1899

By Barkley, Mary Starr

Waco, TX: Texian Press, 1967. Second Printing. Hardcover. FINE/fine. 388pp., index, photos. Gilt-stamped blue cloth, dj in mylar cover. Waterloo was selected as the capital of the Republic of Texas in 1839, and the name was soon changed to Austin. Travis county was created the following year.

$75.00

A STAKE IN THE PRAIRIE - Mesquite Texas

By Editors

Dallas: Mesquite Historical Committee, 1984. First Edition. Hardcover. FINE. Contributions and research by various members of the committee. 260pp., f photographs, maps, printed on coated stock 4to tan cloth with maroon embossed titles. Includes information on The New Town, Settlement of a Community and Coming of a Railroad, Peters and Mercer Coloniesby Max McCullough; Mesquite 1887 - 1905 by Julie Mahaffey; The 1920's by Weldon Lacy and much more of interest to this area of East Dallas County.

$45.00

INVENTORY OF THE COUNTY ARCHIVES OF TEXAS - SABINE COUNTY No. 202

By [COUNTIES]. WPA

San Antonio : Texas Historical Records Survey, 1939. First Edition. Soft Cover. VERY GOOD.. 217pp., index by subject and entry,chronological, footnotes, full page map. 4to blue printed wraps brown cloth tape spine. Much on governmental organization according to the Constitution of the Republic of Texas, Commissioners Court, Historical Sketch of Sabine County, letter from James Gaines to Juan Seguin regarding political confusion and lawlessness.

$20.00

DICKINSON - TALLER THAN THE PINES

By Hudson, Jim

Burnet: Nortex, 1979. First Edition. Hardcover. VERY GOOD/very good. SIGNED by the author, endsheets discolored, foxing, 139pp., index, photos, dj. Gilt titles on green cloth. Galveston county community in the Gulf Coastal Prairies with an expanding population and not much previously written, this is a needed history with attention given its early settlement.

$40.00

A HISTORY OF TEXAS AND TEXANS - Volume II - Counties

By Johnson, Frank. Eugene C. Barker and Ernest William Winkler

Chicago and New York: American Historical Society, 1914. First Edition. Hardcover. GOOD. 613-1059pp. Historic photographic images. Floral and gold endpapers, top edge gilt, two edges marbled, gilt spine titles, dark green cloth, cover wear. Clean tight, no names, no writing, spine tight and bright, boards show abrasion to the cloth and a 2 inch split on bottom of edge of upper board. This odd volume (from a five volume set) contains an early history of Texas counties divided into geographical groups. BASIC 109. RADER 2094.

$45.00

THE SAGA OF CHEROKEE - Cherokee County, Texas Book III

By Various

Jacksonville, Texas: Helen Crawford, 1987. First Edition. FINE. 433pp., typescript, xerox copies of newspaper photographs and articles, 4to beige wraps, brown cloth tape spine Scrapbook style with 100s of newspaper histories from Jacksonville papers Daily Progress, Cherokeean, the Tyler Courier-Times-Telegraph and Texas Highways.

$75.00

THE SAGA OF CHEROKEE - Cherokee County, Texas Book I, 1889 - 1908

By Crawford, Helen

Jacksonville, Texas: Helen Wooddell Crawford, 1984. First Edition. VERY GOOD. 344pp. plus index 73pp., typescript, 4to yellow wraps, brown cloth tape spine Includes the towns of Jacksonville, Rusk, Alto their events, officers, railroads, factories, schools, graves, etc.

$75.00

HISTORY OF MISSION VALLEY COMMUNITY - Now Part of New Braunfels, Texas

By Rahe, Alton J.

San Antonio : Historical Publishing Network, 2007. First Edition. FINE. 188pp., index, list of students at Mission Valley Schools with parents and spouse, maps, 122 photographs, many historic, 4to pictorial glossy blue boards. Very detailed on the schools early family memoirs like Wilhelm Adams, George Lacy, Heinrich Adams Family, roads, cemetery, social clubs, Shooting Club, Slumber Falls, genealogies of 32 chosen families and a map of early home sites in this Comal County community.

$35.00

HISTORY OF HOWARD COUNTY 1882-1982

By Editors

n.p.: Howard County Historical Comission, 1982. First Edition. VERY GOOD. Brown embossed leatherette, gilt spine titles, 100 year decoration to upper board, 592 pp., color photo endpapers, photos, index. Family histories from pp. 183-470. Crease in spine and light wear at head and heel. Clean tight no names, no writing. West Texas county history with information on ranching, early pioneers, genealogy, towns,

$60.00

HISTORIC HARRISON COUNTY As Preserved Through Official Texas Historical Markers

By Little, Carol Morris

Longview, Texas: Author, 1984. First Edition. VERY GOOD. SIGNED and numbered 86 of 500 by the author also signed and presented to former owner. 228pp., map, sepia photographs, footnotes arranged by building, 26 buildings receive full historical coverage, many others with historical markers. 4to brown wraps.

$90.00

A TIME TO PURPOSE - Chronicle of Carson County Volume I, II (of a IV volume set)

By Randel, Mrs. Ralph E. edited by and the Carson County Historical Survey Committee

Pioneer, 1966. First Edition. Hardcover. VERY GOOD. Illus. by Floyd E. Scott, 336, 376pp., photographs (plus illus.) 4to light blue cloth, gilt titles. Volume one covers area local history, pioneers, businesses, towns, schools, etc. and volume II covers many family histories and genealogies.

$85.00

NINTH ANNUAL COMAL COUNTY FAIR - New Braunfles, Texas

By Editors

1931. First Edition. FAIR . 96pp., photos. Photographic wraps, water damage.

$20.00

DEAF SMITH COUNTY - The Land and Its People - 1876 - 1981

By Editors

N.p.: Deaf Smith Historical Society, 1982. First Edition. FINE. Map endpapers, 100s of photographs, 652pp., index. 4to maroon leatherette, blank embossed titles and State of Texas on upper board. Includes family genealogy and histories, ranches including XIT, churches, family life of pioneers, early settlers, clubs, libraries, towns and communities, early houses, memorial tributes

$110.00

HISTORIC ARCHITECTURAL RESOURCES OF THE PALO DURO RESERVOIR HANSFORD COUNTY, TEXAS

By Freeman, Martha, robert Steinbomer and Joe Freeman

Austin: RioGroup Architects and Planners, 1990. First Edition. FINE. 186pp., photos, drawings, plans, elevations, maps, typescript, appendices, eferences, 4to printed grey wraps. Prepared for the Palo Duro River Authority. Essays on sheep and cattle raising, open range ranching 1870-1905 and closed range ranching 1905-1945 in the project area and much of interest to Hansford County architecture and historic sites.

$35.00

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