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F390 .O9 [Info] Texas, and Her Relations With Mexico: Speech of Robert Dale Owen, of Indiana, Delivered in the House of Representatives of the United States, Jan. 8, 1845 (1845), by Robert Dale Owen
F390 .R63 1961 [Info] A Brief History of the Texas Navies (Houston: Presented by the Sons of the Republic of Texas, 1961), by S. M. Robinson (multiple formats at archive.org)
F390 .S4 [Info] Personal Memoirs of John N. Seguin, From the Year 1834 to the Retreat of General Woll from the City of San Antonio in 1842 (San Antonio: Printed at the Ledger Book and Job Office, 1858), by Juan Nepomuceno Seguín (PDF at Texas)
F390 .W3 D8 [Info] The Adventures of Big-Foot Wallace, the Texas Ranger and Hunter (Macon, GA: J. W. Burke and Co., 1870), by John C. Duval (page images at MOA)
F390 .W56 1836 [Info] Texas: A Brief Account of the Origin, Progress, and Present State of the Colonial Settlements of Texas, Together With an Exposition of the Causes Which Have Induced the Existing War With Mexico (1836), by William H. Wharton (Gutenberg text)
F390 .Z54 [Info] When Texas Was Young (ca. 1930), by Jesse A. Ziegler (page images at Portal to Texas History)
F391 [Info] Communist Party of Texas 1940 State Platform (1940), by Communist Party of the United States of America (Tex.) (multiple formats at archive.org)
F391 .B37 R36 1944 [Info] Sam Bass, the Train Robber: The Life of Texas' Most Popular Bandit (published under "Harvey N. Castleman" pseudonym; Girard, KS: Haldeman-Julius Publications, c1944), by Vance Randolph (multiple formats at archive.org)
F391 .B81 1857 [Info] Braman's Information About Texas (Philadelphia: J. B. Lippincott and Co., 1857), by D. E. E. Braman
F391 .B81 1858 [Info] Braman's Information About Texas (Philadelphia: J. B. Lippincott and Co., 1858), by D. E. E. Braman
F391 .C77 C2 [Info] Juan N. Cortina, Bandit or Patriot? Juan N. Cortina Presents His Motion for a New Trial, 1951, by J. T. Canales (multiple formats at archive.org)
F391 .D98 [Info] The Argument of Wm. P. Duval, on Claim of the Citizens of Texas for Compensation for the Property Taken From Them by the Camanche Indians, Since the Annexation of That State to the United States, by William Pope Duval (page images at MOA)
F391 .G79 [Info] Mr. Greeley's Letters From Texas and the Lower Mississippi: To Which are Added His Address to the Farmers of Texas, and His Speech on His Return to New York, June 12, 1871, by Horace Greeley (page images at MOA)
F391 .H26 1896 [Info] The Life of John Wesley Hardin, From the Original Manuscript, As Written by Himself (Seguin, TX: Smith and Moore, 1896), by John Wesley Hardin
F391 .H79 P73 1993 [Info] From Slave to Statesman: The Legacy of Joshua Houston, Servant to Sam Houston (Denton, TX: University of North Texas Press, 1993), by Patricia Smith Prather and Jane Clements Monday, contrib. by Dan Rather (page images at Portal to Texas History)
F391 .M53 [Info] Texas As It Is Today (Austin: Gammel's Book Store, 1925), by Alfred E. Menn (page images at Portal to Texas History)
F391 .N86 [Info] Five Years in Texas: or, What You Did Not Hear During the War from January 1861 to January 1866, by Thomas North (page images at MOA)
F391 .O51 [Info] A Journey Through Texas: or, A Saddle-Trip on the Southwestern Frontier, by Frederick Law Olmsted (page images at MOA)
F391 .P24 [Info] Notes Taken During the Expedition Commanded by Capt. R. B. Marcy, U. S. A., Through Unexplored Texas, in the Summer and Fall of 1854 (Philadelphia: Hayes and Zell, 1856), by W. B. Parker
F391 .U645 [Info] Report of the United States Commissioners to Texas, Appointed Under Joint Resolution of Congress Approved May 7, 1872, by United States Commissioners for Inquiring into the Depredations Committed on the Texas Frontiers (multiple formats at archive.org)
F391 .V65 1864 [Info] Following the Drum (Philadelphia: T. B. Peterson and Bros., c1864), by Teresa Griffin Vielé (page images at HathiTrust)
F392 .B7 R9 [Info] Speech of Hon. Thomas J. Rusk, of Texas, on the Boundaries of Texas (Washington: Printed at the Congressional Globe office, 1850), by Thomas J. Rusk
F392 .B7 S8 1850 [Info] Texas and New Mexico: Speech of Hon. A. H. Stephens, of Georgia, in the House of Representatives, Friday, August 9, 1850, on the President's Message of August 6, 1850, Concerning Texas and New Mexico (Washington: Printed at the Congressional Globe office, 1850), by Alexander H. Stephens
F392 .E4 A76 1919 [Info] The Texas Spirit of '17: A Pictorial and Biographical Record of the Gallant and Courageous Men From Ellis County Who Served in the Great War (Dallas: Army and Navy History Co., c1919) (page images at Portal to Texas History)
F392.G85 F335 1988 [Info] Guadalupe Mountains National Park: An Administrative History (1988), by Judith K. Fabry (illustrated HTML at National Park Service)

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