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2 edition of Texas Frontier found in the catalog.

Texas Frontier

Lester G. Bugbee

Texas Frontier

1820-1825.

by Lester G. Bugbee

  • 365 Want to read
  • 6 Currently reading

Published in Harrisburg .
Written in English


The Physical Object
Pagination102-121 p.
Number of Pages121
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14793577M

Three sweet western historical romances set on the frontier of West Texas in Fort Concho, Fort Clark, and Fort Davis. "Ruth: The Rescued Bride" Rescued from the Comanche while giving birth, Ruth MacDonald’s relief soon turns to sorrow when she loses her child. The handsome scout who rescued her, Jacob Wells, is half Comanche and half white.3/5(1). Indian fights on Texas frontier. A history of exciting encounters had with Indians in Hamilton, Comanche, Brown, Erath and adjoining counties. by E. L. Deaton. 0 Ratings 0 Pages:

In addressing these challenges, the people of the frontier developed perseverance, toughness, and determination—all necessities for life on the Texas frontier. This book tells the epic story of this region and its many transitions throughout the centuries. It traces the struggles and triumphs of many groups as they tried to tame the. Gelo and Wickham's book should not be missed by anyone interested in the cultures, languages, history, and geography of Texas. The perfect book for anyone wanting to learn about how Comanches and Germans came into contact in Central Texas during the middle of the 19th century.” — Hans C. Boas, author of The Life and Death of Texas German.

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(4). “The Texas Frontier and the Butterfield Overland Mail, – may well be the most fascinating and intelligently written book I have read in decades. Glen Sample Ely offers us an exhaustively researched, compelling story, sumptuously illustrated throughout. This is frontier history at its best.”—.


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In addressing these challenges, the people of the frontier developed perseverance, toughness, and determination—all necessities for life on the Texas frontier. This book tells the epic story of this region and its many transitions throughout the centuries/5(8).

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 Cited by: 2.

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 wi/5(8).

"This lushly illustrated new books offers a glimpse into the frontier days of Texas by providing the stories behind 5, photographs of the Lawrence T. Jones III collection at the DeGolyer Library of Southern Methodist University deals with the evolution of Texas photography from to and includes examples of daguerreotypes, ambrotypes, tintypes and paper print photos."/5(7).

Getting Away with Murder on the Texas Frontier: Notorious Killings and Celebrated Trials. By Bill Neal, Introduction by Gordon Morris Bakken. Lubbock: Texas Tech University Press, xix, pages. 49 b/w photos, 3 illustrations, 1 map.

ISBN Bill Neal tells us how they did it/5(9). The Captured: A True Story of Abduction by Indians on the Texas Frontier - Kindle edition by Zesch, Scott. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading The Captured: A True Story of Abduction by Indians on the Texas Frontier/5().

A retail area will offer Frontier Texas. and Abilene products, books, records and other items. Facility Design and Exterior Items of Interest.

Since Frontier Texas. is a facility intended to welcome, entertain and educate, the design of the building and site was approached with the idea that architecture should further these objectives. 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.

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Books were written for children and grown-ups who love to read about the Texas Frontier. In Jeannie, A Texas Frontier Girl, Book Two, we find Jeannie and her friend are now 13 and (In Book three they are 15 and by book four they are 20 years of age.

The content remains appropriate for younger readers.) The second book is a continuing 5/5(5). o The fee is waived if the child is an Elite level member of Frontier Miles®. • To ensure a safe and comfortable flight, all unaccompanied minors will be seated in the last rows of the aircraft regardless of the Fare Option purchased as this allows our flight attendant.

‎John Coffey Hays is just nineteen when he arrives in the town of Nacogdoches Republic of Texas in Moments later when a man is killed, none of the witnesses dispute that Jack acted in self-defense.

Despite his young age, Jack is a man who commands perhaps just as 5/5(1). Jeannie, A Texas Frontier Girl (ISBNAmerica House Book Publishers, ), is a wonderful juvenile adventure that vividly describes life on the frontier.

The book has just the right balance of exciting action, appropriate dialogue, and descriptive scenery. Lone Star Suburbs: Life on the Texas Metropolitan Frontier Edited by Paul J.

Sandul and M. Scott Sosebee. Conflict and Cooperation: Reflections on the New Deal in Texas Edited by Milton S. Jordan and George Cooper   "This lushly illustrated new books offers a glimpse into the frontier days of Texas by providing the stories behind 5, photographs of the Lawrence T.

Jones III collection at the DeGolyer Library of Southern Methodist University deals with the evolution of Texas photography from to and includes examples of daguerreotypes Pages:   Indian Fights on the Texas Frontier Page: 1 p.

This book is part of the collection entitled: Rare Book and Texana Collections and was provided to The Portal to Texas Author: E. Deaton. 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. Popular culture, especially western movies, has tended to elevate the living standards of settlers on the Texas frontier during the s. In John Ford's The Searchers, for instance, the pioneer family lives in a rustic but comfortable house of several rooms.

Its wood-plank floors are covered by woven rugs. The glass windows are curtained. A Contemporary Cowboy Romance StoryThis is book 2 in the Texas Heat series and it features the lively O’Connor family, who work hard and love is back on the family ranch, Circle O, for spring : Rod Wright.

The west Texas frontier by Joseph Carroll McConnell,Gazette Print edition, in English.A book about an author coming to Texas inand his experiences on the frontier.The reflections of Harry Huntt Ransom (–) in The Other Texas Frontier present an alternative to the stereotypical picture of the brash, blustery heroes of the Texas frontier.

Here, in six highly readable essays, Ransom posits a thesis of the counterfrontier: a quiet settling of the land by thoughtful, undramatic citizens who, he says.