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A Historical Guide
By Helen Simons and Cathryn A. Hoyt
"Hispanic Texas is destined for classic status."
-JUDYTH RIGLER, SAN ANTONIO EXPRESS-NEWS
The first public guidebook, extensively illustrated, that covers
the many contributions of Hispanic culture to Texas society.
520 pages with 65 color illustrations and 222 black and white
illustrations, 11 maps.
$49.95 cloth ISBN 0-292-77662-4
$19.95 paper ISBN 0-292-77670-5
THE TRAIL DRIVERS OF TEXAS
Compiled and edited by J. Marvin Hunter
Introduction by B. Byron Price
A reissue of a Texas classic, The Trail Drivers of Texas tells
hundreds of real-life stories of the rugged men and women
who drove cattle and horses from Texas to northern markets
in the late 1800s.
"For 60 years ... the most monumental single source on the
old-time Texas trail drives north to Kansas and beyond ...
[S]tudents of cattle industry history regard it with high
respect, even awe." -ELMER KELTON,
DALLAS MORNING NEWS
Queen of the Night Clubs
by Louise Berliner
This biography tells the story of an entertainer whose life took
her from a devout Catholic upbringing in Waco to night club
fame in New York during the Roaring Twenties. Texas
Guinan became a notorious female Gatsby who epitomized
the age of flappers and gents, promoting the night club life as
"an essential and basic industry."
$24.95 cloth ISBN 0-292-78111-3
"THE CADDO NATION"
Archaeological and Ethnohistoric Perspectives
By Timothy K. Perttula
Perttula's study explores Caddoan cultural change from the
perspectives of both archaeological data and historical, ethnographic,
and archival records, focusing on changes from A.D.
1520 to ca. A.D. 1800.
$37.50 cloth ISBN 0-292-71150-6
Winner of the Texas Historical Commission's
1992 T. R. Fehrenbach Book Award
PAINTING TEXAS HISTORY TO 1900
By Sam DeShong Ratcliffe
A thorough examination of the relationship of art to Texas
history through the works of more than forty artists,
including Frederic Remington, Seth Eastman, and Robert
Onderdonk. 190 pages with 50 color and 77 black and
$29.95 cloth ISBN 0-292-78113-X
Winner of the Sons of the Republic of Texas'
1992 Presidio La Bahia Award
SPANISH TEXAS, 1519-1821
By Donald E. Chipman
Chipman draws on archival and secondary sources to document
Spain's three-hundred-year presence and continuing
influence in the land that has become Texas. Spanish
Texas is a comprehensive guide to the Spanish Colonial
$30.00 cloth ISBN 0-292-77656-X
$14.95 paper ISBN 0-292-77659-4
Available through most bookstores
or directly from the University of Texas Press.
Write for a free catalog of our Texana books.
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Box 7819 Austin, TX 78713 To order: 800-252-3206
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