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Edited by Jerry Cullum Cooper '63
Foreword by Col. Michael Edward Fossum '80
cloth / 978-1-62349-600-5 / $40.00 s
What began in the 1880s, when former students gathered to live over again their college days, became in the 1940s the sacred tradition of current and former students ... More
By James Talmadge Moore
cloth / 978-1-58544-139-6 / $39.95 s
The story of the Catholic church in Texas parallels the story of Europeans in the state. But to many people, the early history of the Texas Catholic church ... More
Edited by Edna M. Smith
paper / 978-1-60344-076-9 / $22.95
The college experience revolves around many things, not the least important of which is food. From dorm room cuisine to tailgate parties to care packages, higher education can ... More
By Jonathan Hook
cloth / 978-0-89096-782-9 / $29.95 s
What does it mean to be Indian today? Specifically, what does it mean to be an Alabama-Coushatta Indian living on a reservation in East Texas, geographically far from ... More
By Louise Ann Fisch
cloth / 978-0-89096-713-3 / $32.95
In 1961, Reynaldo G. Garza, of Brownsville, Texas, became the first Mexican American federal judge in U.S. history. A Kennedy nominee, Garza had risen from the obscurity of ... More
Nancy T. McCoy  and David G. Woodcock
Photographs by Carolyn Brown
Foreword by Michael K. Young
cloth / 978-1-62349-553-4 / $40.00
When the A&M College of Texas opened its doors in 1876, its early buildings followed a Victorian architectural style. Classical architecture came to the campus with the Academic ... More
By Elizabeth Silverthorne
paper / 978-0-89096-974-8 / $19.95 s
Though three times burned in effigy for his political activities, Ashbel Smith was an admired and influential leader in nineteenth-century Texas. A doctor educated at Yale and abroad, ... More
By Karen Gerhardt Britton Fort
paper / 978-1-62349-297-7 / $19.95
Bale o' Cotton: The Mechanical Art of Cotton Ginning offers a unique blend of fact and folklore about cotton ginning, the process that takes cotton from the field, ... More
By John S. Coleman Jr.
Foreword by Thomas Dooley
paper / 978-0-89096-491-0 / $19.95
After the Japanese invasion of the Philippines in December, 1941, and the subsequent fall of Manila, defending American and Filipino troops withdrew to the Bataan peninsula. For ... More
By Hugh Power
paper / 978-0-89096-519-1 / $19.95
Battleship Texas, visited by thousands of tourists each year at its berth at San Jacinto, is the lone survivor of the first generation of dreadnoughts, the world's most complex ... More