VG in VG- jacket. Book The book is bound in green cloth-covered boards with silver title on spine. The only defects to note is a slight discoloration where a price was removed and the letter "X" on ffep. The DJ has shelf edge wear and a small tear on back. This book covers the colorful episodes of Texana that conventional brief histories ignore including a battle in the Civil War that occurred 5 weeks after Lee's surrender.
Very Good in Very Good DJ. 6 x 9, 248 pgs. Covers the colorful episodes of Texana that conventional brief histories ignore including a battle in the Civil War that occurred five weeks after Lee's surrender. Ex-library.
Very Good in Good jacket. Winchester Press [Published Date: 1971]. Hard cover, 248 pp. No other printings listed. Very Good in good dust jacket. Green cloth covered boards with silver lettering on spine. Light scuffing and fading to edges of covers. Binding tight. Previous owner's book plate on rear paste-down. Otherwise pages are clean and unmarked. Dust jacket has a few small nicks and tears and light creasing to edges and corners and light overall rubbing and scuffing to jacket as well. Price clipped. Now in an archival quality Brodart cover. NOT Ex-Library. NO remainder marks.
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Very Good in Very Good jacket. Sm4to from 9" to 11" (8), 248 pp, green clothcovered boards w/silver lettering on the spine, blue-white dj w/color illustrated front panel and text on the rear panel. The tales tell how La Salle died in a Texas canebrake, how filibuster joined w/Mexican patriots in illfated Texas revolt long before the Alamo, thje epic of the prisoners of Perote, confederate battles in New Mexico, how Dick Dowling's Irsih gunners balked a Yankedd fleet on the Sabine River, the last Civil War skirmish happened in deep South Texas after Lee had surrendered, story of the Salt War feud, the roundup of gunfighers who met bizarre deaths, boxing escapade in the Fitzsimmons-Maher championship match on a Rio Grande sandbar. light boxing to the top & fore edges, foxing to the rear panel of the dj.
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