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Official Texas Ranger Bicentennial™ Publication Newly rich in oil money, and all the trouble it could buy, Texas in the years following World War I underwent momentous changes—and those changes propelled the transformation of the state’s storied Rangers. Charles H. Harris III and Louis R. Sadl
ISBN10 : 9780806163642 , ISBN13 : 080616364X
Page Number : 656
The biographies of all 1,782 Texas Rangers who served during the era of the Mexican Revolution are collected in one volume for the first time.
ISBN10 : 0826347487 , ISBN13 : 9780826347480
Page Number : 434
When the gun smoke cleared, four men were found dead at the hardware store in a rural East Texas town. But this December 1934 shootout was no anomaly. San Augustine County had seen at least three others in the previous three years, and these murders in broad daylight were only the latest development
ISBN10 : 9780806165479 , ISBN13 : 0806165472
Page Number : 210
Captain M. T. Lone Wolf Gonzaullas, 1st ed. includes bibliographical references index.
ISBN10 : 0806130164 , ISBN13 : 9780806130163
Page Number : 224
Captain Klevenhagen was one of the best officers Texas ever had. He combined the qualities of the frontier Ranger and his modern day counterpart . . . a peerless horseman and deadly shot, he was also versed in ballistics, fingerprints, and other facets.
ISBN10 : 9781461699293 , ISBN13 : 1461699290
Page Number : 275
On November 11, 1918, what was then called “the Great War” ended. The consequences of four years of warfare in Europe reverberated throughout the world, leaving few places untouched. Even though it was far from the scenes of conflict, Texas was forever changed, as historian Gregory W. Ball detai
ISBN10 : 9781625110534 , ISBN13 : 1625110537
Page Number : 150
They say everything is bigger in Texas, and the Lone Star State can certainly boast of immense ranches, vast oil fields, enormous cowboy hats, and larger-than-life heroes. Among the greatest of the latter are the iconic Texas Rangers, a service that has existed, in one form or another, since 1823. E
ISBN10 : 9781574417449 , ISBN13 : 1574417444
Page Number : 816