Stars over Texas
8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall
San Antonio, Texas, U.S.A.
0811102785 / 9780811102780
Donald M. Yena (Jacket Illustration, Interior Illustrations)
; 122 pages; First Edition/First Printing (no additional printings); Black & white illustrations; Foreword by Mrs. F.B. Norris; Book tight & square, owners details back of front-free endpaper; Illustrated endpapers; Tangerine cloth-covered boards with pictures & title in black; Bright pictorial dust-jacket with modest shelf wear including some wear to tips/top-tail of spine (two small close tears/nicks); We have placed the dust-jacket in a protective, removable, clear mylar cover; .....(This book includes the main events of the colonization of Texas, the struggle for independence from Mexico, and the emergence of Texas as a Republic. The events are recounted with thorough research of the history, and final chapters deal with statehood, facets of pioneer life, and the contributions of many different peoples to the culture of the state of Texas, as well as information on the state's diverent natural resources. This is Texas history written in a professional manner, but vocabulary used is at elementary reading level for comprehension and interest. Dynamic illustrations are included by a noted western artist, making this an excellent enrichment book for students in their study of Texas history.)
STARS OVER TEXAS HISTORY-JUVENILE TEXAS/BY CAROLYN ADAMS TEXAS-INDEPENDENCE FROM MEXICO TEXAS-REPUBLIC-HISTORY YOUNG READER-TEXAS HISTORY