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The Stagecoach Driver By Barbara Barton
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Stagecoach driver Tom Duncan grew up as the son of Fort Concho's commander, Col. Duncan. As a child, he saw stagecoaches moving across Texas. At the ripe age of 16, he left his family to become a... More > part of ranch life, Indian raids and stagecoach robberies. Buffalo soldier Elijah Pitts and Kiowa warrior Lone Wolf helped him out of some pretty tight spots.< Less
Ruckus Along the Rivers By Barbara Barton
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This book tells of settlers who eveloped communities along Dove Creek, Spring Creek and the Concho Rivers near San Angelo, Texas. They had to contend with Indians as well as outlaws in this sparsely... More > settled area.< Less
Stagecoach Lines & Freighters of West Texas By Barbara Barton
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Stagecoach & Freighters of West Texas tells the rough and tumble story of stage drivers and freighters enduring floods, sandstorms, Indians and outlaws while delivering the mail, passengers, or... More > goods in West Texas. This book about frontier life in the 1880s has 65 illustrations that include pictures and maps. It also has an index.< Less
Head'em Up, Move'em Out By Barbara Barton
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Richard Tankersley left his home in Mississippi with his family and traveled to Texas in 1853. He fought malaria, Indians, and hardships to carve out his West Texas cattle ranch near San Angelo. He... More > continued to work cattle and ride his horse as an eighty-year old man. His story is intertwined with his wife Annie, their divorce, and his marriage to Concepion.< Less
Friendly Texas Indians and some who weren't By Barbara Barton
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Friendly Texas Indians describes individuals who tried to help the young Texas country as settlers arrived from the east. Chiefs Flacco, Placido,and John Gopher were great scouts who helped men like... More > Texas Ranger Jack Hays and Col. Ranald McKenzie fight the agressive tribes. Black Seminole scouts won many medals of honor. Jumano Indians were a gentle, kind group who helped the Spanish explorers as they made their first trip through Texas. The climax account of each of these Texas tribes is a riveting story.< Less
Den of Outlaws By Barbara Barton
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Five Texas cowboys and one girl turned to robbing trains and banks in the 1880s to form the Black Jack Ketchum Gang. They hooked up with the Butch Cassidy gang after operating in their home state of... More > Texas. They robbed in New Mexico, Montana and Wyoming.< Less
Taming the Cross Timbers: Sodbusters, Roughnecks, and the KKK By Barbara Barton
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Settlers in the 1850's came into the Cross Timbers to start a home. They were met with Indians, then oil booms and lawlessness. Railroad lines brought competition and finally the area became a... More > wonderful place to grow everything from peaches to peanuts.< Less

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The Auctioneer's Apprentice  A Parable For Living An Abundant Life The Auctioneer's... By Chad Coe
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