Heritage, Volume 12, Number 2, Spring 1994 Page: 2
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PARSON HENRY RENFRO
Free Thinking on the Texas Frontier
By William Clark Griggs
The fascinating biography of a Baptist preacher who
was eventually ousted by his superiors for embracing
the ideals of the Free Thought Movement.
"A significant addition to the social and cultural
history of Texas." -T. LINDSAY BAKER
A Military History of the Texas Revolution
By Stephen L. Hardin
An in-depth study that provides a balanced view
of the Texas Revolution, this is one of the first
books to assess the conduct and strategy of both
Texans and Mexicans. (August)
A reissue of the 1952 classic
LIFE ON THE TEXAS RANGE
Photographs by Erwin E. Smith
Text by J. Evetts Haley
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belongs in the
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interpreters of the
Second Edition, Revised
By George W. Bomar
Celebrating 10 years as an essential reference tool,
Texas Weather is now significantly revised to
offer the most current data on a subject that
affects every Texan. (August)
64 b&w illustrations, 60 figures, 33 tables
Now in paperback
A NATURAL STATE
Essays on Texas
By Stephen Harrigan
"What Edward Abbey did for the desert
Southwest and what E. B. White did for
Maine, Harrigan has done for Texas; quite
simply, he is just as good."
-- HOUSTON CHRONICLE
! In haunting prose, a master
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