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Texas Action History Texas Lore Volume Seven by Patrick M. Reynolds Here is an extensive account of LaSalle's fouled up expedition into Texas that culminated in his assassination and what happened to his killers. Terlingua might be famous for its chili cook-off, but its real hey-day was as a mercury mining town. here's an illustrated version of the Galveston disaster and how the city was rebuilt--seven feet higher. This book also covers topics that are often overlooked in history publications: the legendary "Lechaza," women conquistadors, the first woman dentist in Texas, automobiles that were manufactured in Texas, the origin of cowboy music and John Avery Lomax who collected and preserved old cowboy songs, dust storms, the interurban train era in Texas, and the aerial border patrols during the Pancho Villa invasions, & more. 7¾" x 10¾" 56 pages, fully illustrated, paperbound. ISBN 0-932514-21-9 #T7 TX Lore 7 $6.95

 Here are some sample pages of Texas Lore Volume 7
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