The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 106, July 2002 - April, 2003 Page: 405
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INTRO('UCTII)N B 1) RON TYI1ER
Ihe t ugged ad of exas' g B end regi is lgendt. lwen mouantnr
austere desert, canyons, and ivers co ta toin a place of beauty, lonelines ,
atd ad tume. tort Wlorth ar tist BI tgs tar. p-hoton a tliti porutats of this
remote mountain desert are as i, s the Ia dsCape itseTf ]J n: along witth
Rton lyler's provocati words on doe region ie hinselt knows so well, Blagg
presents fift of his most powarfuf color paintings and tr velty stiking bla k
and-white drawings. x 19 .
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Itlrsh Pioneers in lcxiczn and! Ruvoauti nagy i:as
TIhe state of l'xas can trace tomuch of its heritage to the indonmitable Irish pio-
neers who braved disease, Indians and the lcxas Rcvolution to settc the va st
spaces of Mexicos northern territories Mexican 'iexas. And despite the often
legendary hardships the pioneers experienced in Ireland they came not to
the Utirted States to flee these things, burt fot land. In Iad! Davis tecounts
the entire eperienc of the Irish hunger b land grants it lexas $29.95
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THROUGH A NIGHT OF HORRORS
I'0e t m f n t/ 1900 GaS ' non tori
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SHELi liENItEY KELLY
ITh hurricane winds that lashed over Galveston in September 1900 (1151 as hed
a horror never to be frgotten, I fert through many ne er-belure published
letters, memoirs, and oral atislories fiomt Gil estons Rosenbrl g I brar, s ur
vitors tell of theri experiences during the worst natural disaster ever to befall
the United Stat es
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