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University of North Texas Press
LONE STAR RANGER
Walls That Speak
The Murals of John Thomas Biggers
OLIVE JENSEN THEISEN
John Thomas Biggers (1924-2001) was one of the most significant
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A Life on Paper
The Drawings and Lithographs
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Captain John R. Hughes, Lone Star Ranger
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Bloody Bill Longley
The Mythology of a Gunfighter, Second Edition
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Always for the Underdog
Leather Britches Smith and the Grabow War
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WRITTEN IN BL0OD
THE HISTORY OF FORT WIRTHS
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Written in Blood
The History of Fort Worth's Fallen Lawmen,
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Texas Rangers of Company D, 1874-1901
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The Seventh Star of the Confederacy
Texas during the Civil War
KENNETH W. HOWELL
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