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Forever Texas : Texas history, the way those who lived it wrote it

Author: Mike Blakely; Mary Elizabeth Sue Goldman
Publisher: New York : Forge, 2000.
Edition/Format:   book_printbook : Biography : English : 1st edView all editions and formats
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A chronicle of Texas looks at four centuries of history in the Lone Star state from a variety of cultural perspectives, and offers personal views of Texas politics, entertainment, and literature.
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Genre/Form: Biography
History
Sources
Material Type: Biography, Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Mike Blakely; Mary Elizabeth Sue Goldman
ISBN: 031286776X 9780312867768
OCLC Number: 44509239
Notes: "A Tom Doherty Associates book."
Description: 334 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm
Contents: Memory one / Mike Blakely --
In search of Texans / Mary Elizabeth Goldman, introduction by David Nevin --
Elmer Kelton remembers his West Texas roots / Elmer Kelton --
What Texas means to me / Jory Sherman --
Texas bound / Carole Nelson Douglas --
The journey of Alvar Nuñez Cabeza de Vaca ; 1540: the expedition of Coronado / Pedro de Castañeda of Najera --
Into North America / Henri Joutel --
The first Texans / Calvin R. Cummings and Linda Scott Cummings --
Texas--from the outside / Bill Groneman --
Escape from Goliad / J.C. Duval --
... Stephen F. Austin ; I shall never surrender or retreat / William Barret Travis --
Facets of the Alamo / Frank Thompson --
A Mexican's story of San Jacinto / Pedro Delgado --
The misdemeanor murder trial / Gary James --
Mr. C.R. and American Airlines ; The Texas braggadocio / Stanley Marcus --
Texas style / James "Mac" McIngvale --
Recollections of Texas / H. Ross Perot --
Red River woman / Sherrie S. McLeRoy --
Dia de San Jose / Mary A. Maverick --
Captured by Comanches / Rebecca J. Gilleland Fisher --
The Wraith riding shotgun / Lucia St. Clair Robson --
Prairie fire / George Wilkins Kendall --
Indian depredations / J.W. Wilbarger --
Brushy Creek and Plum Creek / John Holland Jenkins --
The heart of Texas / Thomas Fleming --
Inaugural address / Lyndon Baines Johnson --
The spirit of Texas / Denton A. Cooley --
The time of her life / Bryan Woolley --
What kind of people? / Senator Phil Gramm --
The Kioways / J.W. Abert --
Old Texas days / Noah Smithwick --
Forever Texas / Senator Kay Bailey Hutchison --
The YO Ranch and the Texas legacy / Charlie Schreiner III --
Recollections of Stephen F. Austin / Moses Austin Bryan --
The cowboy's paradise / Patrick Dearen --
Living in the last frontier / Craig Carter --
A Texas cowboy / Charles A Siringo --
... One riot, one ranger / Mike Cox --
Bandit queen Belle Starr / Danny Shirley --
Train robbers / James B. Gillett --
Not afraid to go to hell by himself / Dale L. Walker --
Frontiers old and new / Douglas V. Meed --
Be good to the Indians / Pa-Ha-You-Co --
The death of Flaco / Sam Houston --
Lost and found in a border town / Randy Lee Eickhoff --
Hell and Texas / Paul Andrew Hutton --
Letter from David Crockett ; An expatriate's lament: a Texas pilgrim in Arkansas / W.C. Jameson --
An awareness / Fess Parker --
Real Texans / Dale Evans Rogers --
It ain't much to look at ... / Mac Davis --
Patriots / Burl Terrill --
No drugstore cowboys / James "Doc" Blakely --
On coming to Texas / Walter Cronkite --
100% / Tom C. Frost --
I'll always be a Texan / Gale Storm --
Short and sweet / Buck Owens --
On family values / Governor George W. Bush --
Texan by choice / Lee P. Brown --
My Texas hero / John Cornyn III --
A Texas legacy / James A. Baker III --
Houston's Inaugural Address / Sam Houston --
My trip to Texas / Brigitta Herfort --
The little German girl / Caroline von Hinueber --
Captain Lafitte / writer unknown --
Ninnie L. Baird, a Texas legend / by members of the Baird family --
From Havana to Silicon Hills / Roger J. Pineiro --
Why he came to Texas / Alex E. Sweet --
Building Texas railroads / Richard Russack.
Responsibility: edited by Mike Blakely and Mary Elizabeth Goldman.
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A chronicle of Texas looks at four centuries of history in the Lone Star state from a variety of cultural perspectives, and offers personal views of Texas politics, entertainment, and literature.

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