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The Texas Rangers In Transition

The Texas Rangers In Transition

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

East Texas Troubles

East Texas Troubles

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

Comanche Jack Stilwell

Comanche Jack Stilwell

In 1863, the thirteen-year-old boy who would come to be called Comanche Jack was sent to the well to fetch water. Instead, he joined a wagon train bound for Santa Fe. Thus began the exploits of Simpson E. “Jack” Stilwell (1850–1903), a man generally known for slipping through Indian lines to g

ISBN10 : 9780806163406 , ISBN13 : 0806163402

Page Number : 298

The Ranger Ideal Volume 1

The Ranger Ideal Volume 1

Established in Waco in 1968, the Texas Ranger Hall of Fame and Museum honors the iconic Texas Rangers, a service which has existed, in one form or another, since 1823. They have become legendary symbols of Texas and the American West. Thirty-one Rangers, with lives spanning more than two centuries,

ISBN10 : 9781574417012 , ISBN13 : 1574417010

Page Number : 672

Texas And World War I

Texas And World War I

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