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John E. Conner Museum
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First Edition 1994
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Graham, Joe Stanley.
El Rancho in South Texas: continuity and change from
1750/Joe S. Graham.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
I. Ranch life-Texas-History-Exhibitions.
2. Ranches-Texas-History--Exhibitions. 3. Texas-
History, Local-Exhibitions. 4. Texas-Social life and
customs-Exhibitions. I. Title.
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