Texas A&M University Press is a preeminent and award-winning publisher of Texas History. Books shown: Women in Texas History, The First Waco Horror, Fort Worth between the World Wars, and The Great Texas Social Studies Textbook War of 1961-1962

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Women in Texas History

Fort Worth between the World Wars

The Great Texas Social Studies Textbook War of 1961–1962

The First Waco Horror


Football at Historically Black Colleges and Universities in Texas

Black Man in the Huddle

African Americans in Central Texas History

Ten Dollars to Hate

Faces of Béxar

Los Adaes, the First Capital of Spanish Texas

That Woman

The Texas Calaboose and Other Forgotten Jails

The Old Chisholm Trail

In Search of Tom Slick

Austin to ATX


The Cedar Choppers

Murder and Intrigue on the Mexican Border

The Ground on Which I Stand

Texas Women on the Cattle Trails

To the Vast and Beautiful Land

Secrets in the Dirt

The Argyle of San Antonio

Houston, Space City USA

"Red Tom" Hickey

Texas Women and Ranching

Austin to ATX

The River and the Wall

Trammel's Trace

A Long Ride in Texas

Preserving German Texan Identity

Wild Rose

Palmito Ranch

Battle of the Brazos

The Buffalo Soldier Tragedy of 1877

The Grand Duke from Boys Ranch

The Smell of War

Battles of the Red River War

The Uncompromising Diary of Sallie McNeill, 1858-1867

General Alonso de León's Expeditions into Texas, 1686-1690