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 Texas Lore Volume 5 by Patrick M. Reynolds Here are over fifty illustrated stories of unsung heroes and unusual events in the history of Texas, such as: MacKenzie's Raiders who operated out of Fort Clark and chases the Border Raiders-renegade Indians and Mexican outlaws who harassed settlements along the Rio Grande in the 1870s; Lt. John Bullis and the Seminole-Negro Scouts; the Spider Railroad and its official (female) doctor; Bernardo de Galvez, the namesake of Galveston; Henry L. Kinney, founder of Corpus Christi; Edward Burleson, an early leader in Texas; and other characters. Unique places such as Los Ebanos, the only hand-pulled ferry in operation across any border of the U.S.; Tascosa, the cowboy capital of the Plains; New Birmingham, a steel-making town that was jinxed by an embittered widow; Fort Griffin, the wildest town in the west; and many more. There was a ranch in Texas that was owned by British aristocrats. They did not hire cowboys; the engaged "cow servants." After the Texas Revolution another war erupted, this one between Generals Felix Huston and Albert Johnston for the command of the Texas Army. What resulted was a duel. 7¾" x 10¾" 56 pages, fully illustrated, paperbound. ISBN 0-932514-15-4 #T5 TX Lore 5 $6.95

 Here are some sample pages of Texas Lore Volume 5
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