The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 106, July 2002 - April, 2003 Page: 408
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PHOTOGRAPHS BY BURTON PRITZKER
TEXT BY RENEE WALKER PRITZKER
FOREWORD BY ROY FLUKINGER
Evocative, black-and-white photographs of those most Texan of icons-cows, bulls,
and steers-capture the underlying essence ofTexas itself. Accompanying the images
are the voices of many Texans telling stories of ranch life, of working with cattle, and
of learning to see the realm of dreams in the everyday world around us.
60 duotone photos, *39 95 cloth
TEXT BY JOHN GRAVES
PHOTOGRAPHS BY WYMAN MEINZER
Texas Rivers marries the work of two Texas legends. John Graves brings to this book
his ability to weave history, geography, and culture into a vibrant portrait of a land and
its people. Through photographs of rare beauty, Wyman Meinzer reveals the rivers as
few will ever see them in person.
Distributed for Txas Parks and Wildli Press
8o color photos, 539 95 cloth
GOD'S COUNTRY OR DEVIL'S PLAYGROUND
THE BEST NATURE WRITING FROM THE BIG BEND OF TEXAS
EDITED BY BARNEY NELSON
Nelson gathers nearly sixty literary perspectives on the landscape and life of the Big
Bend region, broadly defined as Trans-Pecos Texas and northern Chihuahua, Mexico.
The collection includes such well-known writers as Aldo Leopold, Edward Abbey,
Mary Austin, Roy Bedichek, Walter Prescott Webb, and Frederick Olmsted.
The Corrie Herring Hooks Series
*22.95 paper, s6o oo cloth
LIFE IN A SMALL TEXAS TOWN
BY CRAIG D. HILLIS
PHOTOGRAPHS BY BRUCE F. JORDAN
Hillis and Jordan offer a words-and-images tribute to Steven Fromholz's classic folksong
"Texas Trilogy." At the heart of the book are over 140 photographs of Bosque County,
Texas, which capture the moods and some of the actual locales mentioned in the
songs. A digitally remastered CD of the original recording is also included.
Jack and Doris Smothers Series in Texas History, Life, and Culture
29 95 cloth
COUNTRY MUSIC, U.S.A.
SECOND REVISED EDITION
BY BILL C. MALONE
"Considered the definitive history ofAmerican country music..." -Los Angeles Times
This second revised edition includes an extensive new chapter that continues the story
of country music from 1985 to the present.
Now available inpaperback
CLOVIS BLADE TECHNOLOGY
BY MICHAEL B. COLLINS, WITH A CHAPTER BY MARVIN KAY
Texas Archaeology and Ethnohstory Series, Thomas R. Hester, Editor
*u9 9 paper
Browse our complete Texana catalog online at www.utexas.edu/utpress/subjects/tex.html
UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS PRESS
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