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Sea of Mud: The Retreat of the Mexican Army after San Jacinto, An Archeological Investigation
This book tells the stories of the vaqueros of the Wild Horse Desert for fourth- through eighth-grade students.
This field guide to the seeds most commonly eaten by northern bobwhites will help hunters identify likely places to find coveys of quail, while landowners and rangeland managers will use it to learn how to conserve and improve bobwhite habitat.
What makes Texas so great? It would be its’ unique places, people, history and art. Discover what Texas is all about and travel with native Texan, Marie Cook, as she discovers what’s hidden in and around the small towns, cities and communities along the Texas Coast.
Truly Texas Mexican: A Native Culinary Heritage in Recipes (Grover E. Murray Studies in the American Southwest)
As many as 9,500 men of Hispanic heritage fought in the United States’ Civil War. In Texas, the bitter conflict deeply divided the Tejanos-Texans of Mexican heritage. An estimated 2,500 fought in the ranks of the Confederacy while 950, including some Mexican nationals, fought for the Stars and Stripes. Vaqueros in Blue & Gray, originally published in 1976, is the story of these Tejanos who participated in the Civil War. This edition of the history of these vaqueros contains the first comprehensive list, containing almost 4,000 names, ever compiled of the Confederate and Union Hispanics from Texas who served in the war. Vaqueros in Blue & Gray presents a stirring saga of these brave people, their land, and their epic role in the Civil War and in the history of Texas.
Wildlife in Focus III features over 250 award winning wildlife photographers of scenic landscapes, breath taking bird photos and incredible macro photography of South Texas.