BORDER WARS OF TEXAS: BEING AN AUTHENTIC AND POPULAR ACCOUNT, IN CHRONOLOGICAL ORDER, OF THE LONG AND BITTER CONFLICT WAGED BETWEEN SAVAGE INDIAN TRIBES AND THE PIONEER SETTLERS OF TEXAS. James T. De Shields.

BORDER WARS OF TEXAS: BEING AN AUTHENTIC AND POPULAR ACCOUNT, IN CHRONOLOGICAL ORDER, OF THE LONG AND BITTER CONFLICT WAGED BETWEEN SAVAGE INDIAN TRIBES AND THE PIONEER SETTLERS OF TEXAS.

Tioga, TX: The Herald Company, 1912. First Edition. Attractive copy of one of the standard works on the Texas Indian wars by De Shields, who "spent more than thirty years in assembling the material for this book, and collected a host of facts from pioneers who took part in the events described" (Eberstadt 110:251). Howes D-277; Graff 1063. Item #4358

Octavo (23cm); tan cloth, with titling and decorations stamped in black, red, brown, and light gray on spine and front cover; [5],6-400pp, with illustrated frontispiece and 39 plates. Pinpoint wear to spine ends, else a fresh, Fine copy, with the pictorial elements entirely unrubbed.

Price: $500.00

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