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By Karle Wilson Baker
Illustrations by Charlotte Baker Montgomery
cloth / 978-1-58544-506-6 / $16.95
In the intimate language of one who watched birds daily, Karle Wilson Baker brought readers face to face with the wonders of the East Texas woods in the ... More
By Mary Cimarolli
paper / 978-1-58544-447-2 / $15.95
The generation that toiled through the Great Depression and won the Second World War has become known as “the greatest generation.” But not all of them qualified for ... More
By David Pickering and Judy Falls
paper / 978-1-58544-395-6 / $16.95
As Charles Frazier's novel Cold Mountain dramatized, dissenters from the Confederacy lived in mortal danger across the South. In scattered pockets from the Carolinas to the frontier in Texas, ... More
Ken Roberts
Foreword by M. Hunter Hayes
cloth / 978-1-62349-607-4 / $27.95
At the low-water bridge below Tom Miller Dam, west of downtown Austin, during the summer of his tenth or eleventh year, Ken Roberts had his first encounter with ... More
By James M. Smallwood
cloth / 978-1-60344-017-2 / $29.95
Marauding outlaws, or violent rebels still bent on fighting the Civil War? For decades, the so-called “Taylor-Sutton feud” has been seen as a bloody vendetta between two opposing ... More
By Wilma Rugh Taylor
cloth / 978-1-58544-434-2 / $29.95
In 1895 a different kind of railroad car rolled into Texas, bringing the “good news” of the evangelical Gospel to transient railroad workers and far-flung communities alike. A ... More
Marti Corn                    
Introduction by Thad Sitton
Contributions by Tracy Xavia Karner and Tacey A. Rosolowski
cloth / 978-1-62349-376-9 / $40.00
In 1871, newly freed slaves established the community of Tamina—then called “Tammany”—north of Houston, near the rich timber lands of Montgomery County. Located in proximity to the just-completed ... More
By Angela Boswell
cloth / 978-1-58544-128-0 / $29.95
Deeds, wills, divorce decrees, and other evidence of the public lives of nineteenth-century women belie the long-held beliefs of their public invisibility. Angela Boswell's Her Act and Deed: Women's ... More
By Richard Schroeder
cloth / 978-1-58544-097-9 / $34.95
When a Dallas audience in 1897 viewed the first motion picture ever shown in Texas, the state began a love affair with the movies. From the early nickelodeons ... More
By Laura L. Camden and Susan Gaetz Duarte
cloth / 978-1-58544-497-7 / $35.00
With their distinctive head coverings, plain dress, and quiet, unassuming demeanor, the Mennonites are a distinctive presence within the often flamboyant and proud people of Texas. If you ... More