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Texas Oil & Gas Since 1543 by C. A. Warner
Price $79.95

The most comprehensive & sought-after history of the petroleum industry in Texas, back in print after over 65 years with previously unpublished material added. Hardcover in striking black dust jacket. 512 pages.
Limited Edition 2-Volume Houston History Set by Dr. S. O. Young
Price $124.95

Limited to 500 numbered copies. Originally published in 1912 and 1913, respectively, this set consists of A Thumbnail History of the City of Houston, Texas and True Stories of Old Houston and Houstonians. Both are bound in rich red leatherette with gilt embossed spine titles. The set is housed in a stark black leatherette slipcase to display beautifully in your home library or office.  136 pages and 292 pages, respectively.
LIMITED EDITION - Early Cattle Ranching on the Texas South Plains by J. A. Rickard
Price $42.95

LIMITED EDITION - Fence cutters, land rushes, prairie fires, die-outs, drives along the Marcy and Goodnight trails, scarce water, Indian depredations, cattle thieves and bonus hunters...such were the realities of early cattle ranching on the Panhandle South Plains of Texas. Originally published as noted Texas author J. A. Rickard's M. A. Thesis in 1927, this study of the early ranching history of the Cap Rock region comes to life for the first time in book form. Limited to 500 hand-numbered copies. Hardcover in dust jacket. 142 pages.
Josephy William Schmitz, Daily Life in the Republic of Texas
Daily Life in the Republic of Texas by Joseph William Schmitz
Price $29.95

In Daily Life, the everyday tribulations and joys of the pioneers of the Republic of Texas spring vibrantly to life. Drawn primarily from diaries and letters of those who lived and traveled in Texas during its earliest days, the book chronicles the lives of the settlers in first-hand accounts, both of the working-class farmer and of the leisurely dandy. 112 pages.