The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 90, July 1986 - April, 1987 Page: 256
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Lone Star River of Lost Dreams
Navigation on the Rio Grande
By Pat Kelley
The Rio Grande, river of lore and
legend, is the subject of this richly de-
tailed, in-depth study of navigation on
that remarkable ribbon of water
stretching from Colorado to the Gulf of
Mexico. Maps, photographs. $17.95
Landmarks of the West
A Guide to Historic Sites
By Kent Ruth
Nearly 150 historic sites in 21 western
states are described and illustrated in
this fascinating and colorful tour of
western history. 147 maps, 300 illustra-
tions. $17.50 paper, $38.50 cloth.
Early Times in Texas
or, The Adventures
of Jack Dobell
By John C. Duval
"The Robinson Crusoe of Texas."-J.
Frank Dobie. Combining the truth of
history with the thrill of romance, Ear-
ly Times in Texas is one of the classics
of western literature. $7.95 paper.
A Tenderfoot Kid on Gyp Water
By Carl Peters Benedict
Introduction by J. Frank Dobie
"One of the best books ever written on the Texas range."-William S. Reese.
An engaging and lively account of what it was really like to be a cowboy in
the ornery Texas panhandle country. $4.95 paper.
The Cowman's Southwest
Being the Reminiscences of Oliver Nelson
By Oliver Nelson
Edited by Angie Debo
"Well-written, amusing, and authentic."-Walter S. Campbell (Stanley Ves-
tal). In colorful and humorous detail, Nelson recalls what it was like to travel
the famous Chisholm Trail before barbed wire closed the range.
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