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1 Davis, Rev. Nicholas A. The Campaign from Texas to Maryland with the Battle of Fredericksburg
Austin Steck 1961 First Thus Cloth As New Very Good Slipcase Book 
Tan cloth binding with design and titles on front. Blue color block on publisher's preface, and blue facsimile title page. New material about the author, Davis. Tan slipcase. Davis was teh only Confederate chaplain to publish his reminescences during the war years. 
Price: 40.00 USD
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2 Edwards, John N. Shelby's Expedition to Mexico, an Unwritten Leaf of The War
Austin Steck 1964 First Thus Cloth Near Fine Near Fine Slipcase Book 
Back cloth binding with elaborate gilt titles on front. In black publisher's slipcase. A facsimile printing of teh 1872 original. A dramatic story of Missouri and TExas men who tried to escape defeat by going into Mexico after the confewderacy surrenered. 
Price: 30.00 USD
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3 Green, Bill The Dancing Was Lively Fort Concho Texas: a Social History, 1867 to 1882
San Angelo Privatley Printed 1974 First Cloth Near Fine Very Good Book 
Light brown cloth binding in tan dust jacket with photo of fort building on front. Ft. Concho was tehe center of a line of defense against Indian attacks in Texas, mostly during the 1870's. By the foremost authority on teh fort and its life and times. 
Price: 90.00 USD
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4 Haley, J. Evetts Fort Concho and the Texas Frontier
San Angelo San Angelo Standard Times 1952 First Cloth Very Good No Jacket Book Bugbee Signed by Hertzog
Brick red cloth with black titles to front and spine. Drawing of fort on tan endpapers. Missing dust jacket. Signed on the title page by Carl Hertzog, and dated 1952 at El Paso, Texas. Map of the Great Comanche War Trail. This is tuly a story of the Concho River aea of West Texas and the pursuit of Indians from the fort at what is now San Angelo, Texas. 
Price: 200.00 USD
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5 Viele, Mrs. Brigadier General Egbert L. Following the Drum A Glimpse of Frontier Life
Austin Steck 1968 First Thus Cloth Very Good Very Good Book 
Dark red cloth binding and colorful pictorial dust jacjet. A facsimile reproduction of the 1858 edition. The jacket is based on an 1864 paperback version.Mrs. Viele followed her husband from lieutenant to general and through much of south Texas in the 1850's. 
Price: 50.00 USD
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6 Wallace, Ernest Ranald S. Mackenzie's Official Correspondence Relating to Texas 1871 - 1873
Lubbock West Texas Museum Association 1967 First Cloth Very Good Very Good Book 
Dark blue cloth binding with silver lettering and design on front. Blue dust jacket with white lettering adn design on front. The details and reports of cavalry life and teh expedition onto the treeless Llano Estacado, as well s the foray into Mexico after teh Kickapoos. 
Price: 100.00 USD
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