~ West Texas Historical Association ~

The Bookstore
WTHA members are active in researching and promoting the history of West Texas.  Below are books published by our members that are available for purchase online.  If you would like your book added, please email us.

Thomas E. Alexander:

  • "Rattlesnake Bomber Base:  Pyote Army Airfield in World War II."  State House Press, 2005. 216 pages, includes photographs, map and index. $18.95, Book link
  • "The Wings of Change:  The Army Air Force Experience in Texas During World War II."  Foreword by Gen. Billy J. Boles, USAF (Ret.). 2003. Military History of Texas #2. State House Press, 2003. 232 pages, includes photographs, maps, notes, bibliography and index. $29.95, Book link

B. W. Aston:

  • "Along the Texas Forts Trail."  University of North Texas Press, 1997. 165 pages, includes illustrations by Ira Donathon Taylor, bibliography, and index. $14.95, Book link

T. Lindsey Baker:

  • "American Windmills: An Album of Historic Photographs."  University of Oklahoma Press, 2007. 168 pages. $34.95, Book link
  • "More Ghost Towns of Texas."  University of Oklahoma Press, 2005. 224 pages. $24.95, Book link
  • "A Field Guide to American Windmills."  University of Oklahoma Press, 1985. 528 pages. $95.00, Book link

Alwyn Barr, retired professor of History at Texas Tech University:

  • "The African Texans."  Texas A & M University Press, 2004. 127 pages. Price?, Book link
  • "Reconstruction to Reform:  Texas Politics, 1876-1906."  Southern Methodist University Press, 1999. 352 pages, includes photographs, cartoons, maps, bibliography, and index. $14.95, Book link
  • "A History of African Americans in Texas, 1528-1995."  University of Oklahoma Press, 1996.  294 pages. $17.12, Book link
  • [editor, with Robert A. Calvert]  "Black Leaders:  Texans for Their Times."  Texas State Historical Association, 1981.  237 pages, includes illustrations, notes, and index. $10.36, Book link

Barbara Barton:

  • Barbara Barton's latest book, "Stagecoach Lines & Freighters of West Texas," tells about the many small, as well as large, stage lines that crisscrossed West Texas until 1910.  Problems with outlaws, cantankerous mules, and swollen streams added to the challenges of the driver. Barton also included the freighter who was the precursor of the trucking industry seen today. This 209 page book includes about 50 pictures and illustrations as well as endnotes and index.  The book, which costs $17.95 plus handling, can be ordered from the author at Barbara Barton, Box 6, Knickerbocker, TX 76939 or inquire by email at bba7303@aol.com
  • "Pistol Packin' Preachers : Circuit Riders of Texas." Taylor Trade Publishing, 2005. 160 pages. $13.22, Book link

Stephen Bogener:

  • [with William Tydeman]. "Llano Estacado: An Island in the Sky." Texas Tech University Press, 2011. 192 pages, includes 75 photographs and 1 map. $31.50, book link

Thomas A. Britten:

  • "The Lipan Apaches: People of Wind and Lightening."  University of New Mexico Press, 2009. 352 pages. $34.95, Book link

Norman Wayne Brown:

  • [With Chuck Parsons]. "A Lawless Breed: John Wesley Hardin, Texas Reconstruction, and Violence in the Wild West."  University of North Texas Press, 2013. 512 pages. $22,19, Book link
  • [With Sarah Bellian]. "Early Settlers of the Panhandle Plains."  Arcadia Publishing, 2013. 128 pages. $16,70, Book link

Paul Carlson,, retired professor of History at Texas Tech University:

  • [with Tom Crum]. "Myth, Memory, and Massacre: The Pease River Capture of Cynthia Ann Parker." Texas Tech University Press, 2010. 216 pages, includes 17 photographs and 3 maps. $20.97, book link
  • [with Donald R. Abbe and Monte Monroe]. "The Centennial History of Lubbock."  Donning Company Publishers, 2008. $34.95 hardcover and $69.95 leather bound cover, book link
  • [with Bruce Glasrud and Tai Kreidler]. "Slavery to Integration: Black Americans in West Texas."  Texas A&M Press, 2008. 168 pages. $21.95, Book link
  • "Amarillo: The Story of a Western Town."  Texas Tech University Press, 2006.  283 pages, includes 53 photographs and 3 maps.  $28.95, Book link
  • [editor]  "The Cowboy Way:  An Exploration of History and Culture."  Texas Tech University Press, 2006.  236 pages, includes photographs.  $18.95, Book link
  • "Deep Time and the Texas High Plains:  History and Geology."  Texas Tech University Press, 2005.  141 pages, includes photographs and illustrations.  $19.95, Book link
  • "The Plains Indians."  Texas A&M Press, 1998.  256 pages, including photographs, maps, tables, bibliography, and index. $16.95, Book Link
  • "Empire Builder in the Texas Panhandle."  Texas A&M Press, 1996.  256 pages. $29.95, Book link
  • "Pecos Bill:  A Military Biography of William R. Shafter."  Texas A&M Press, 1989.  240 pages, including photographs, maps, bibliography, and index. $19.95, Book Link
  • [forward for C. L. Douglas's book] "Famous Texas Feuds." Texas A&M Press, 1988?  208 pages. $16.95, Book link

Ty Cashion:

  • "Sam Houston State University:  A History, 1879-2004."  Texas Review Press, 2004.  216 pages.  $49.95, Book link
  • [edited with Jesús F. de la Teja].  "The Human Tradition in Texas."  SR Books, 2001.  239 pages.  $21.95, Book link
  • "Pigskin Pulpit:  A Social History of Texas High School Football Coaches."  Texas State Historical Association, 1998.  70 pages, includes illustrations.  $22.95, Book link
  • "A Texas Frontier: The Clear Fort Country and Fort Griffin, 1849-1887."  University of Oklahoma Press, 1996. 366 pages, includes bibliography and index.  $12.95, Book link

Dominick J. Cirincione:

  • "Texas Sesquicentiennial Wagon Train: Images of America."  Arcadia Publishing Company, 2011. 128 pages. $17.15, Book link

Lawrence Clayton, late dean of Liberal Arts at Hardin-Simmons University:

  • [Editor, with Joe W. Specht] "The Roots of Texas Music."  Texas A&M Press, 2003.  235 pages.  price?, Book link
  • [with Lawrence Clayton and Mary Evelyn Collins]  "Horsing Around, Volume I."  Texas Tech University Press, 1998.  226 pages. $17.95, Book link
  • "Cowboys: Ranch Life Along the Clear Fork of the Brazos River." Eakin Press, 1997. 120 pages, Book link
  • "Benjamin Capps and the South Plains: A Literary Relationship."  University of North Texas Press, 1990. 205 pages. $19.95, Book link

Michael L. Collins, Regents Professor and Hardin Distinguished Professor of American History:

  • "Texas Devils: Rangers and Regulars on the Lower Rio Grand, 1846-1861."  University of Oklahoma Press, 2008.  316 pages. $26.95, Book link
  • [co-edited with Kenneth E. Hendrickson and Patrick Cox] "Profiles in Power:  Twentieth Century Texans in Washington, New Edition." University of Texas Press, 2004. 388 pages, includes 22 illustrations and 4 tables. $26.95, Book link

Mike Cox:

  • "West Texas Tales."  The History Press, 2011.  160 pages. $19.99, Book link
  • "The Texas Rangers: Wearing the Cinco Peso, 1821-1900."  Forge Books, 2008.  496 pages. $17.13, Book link
  • "Texas Ranger Tales: Stories That Need Telling."  Republic of Texas, 1998.  336 pages.  $18.95, Book link
  • "The Texas Rangers: Men of Valor and Action."  Eakin Press, 1992.  144 pages. $16.95, Book link
  • "Texas Ranger Tales II."  Republic of Texas, 1999.  296 pages.  $27.95, Book link

Tom Crum, retired state district judge:

  • [with Paul H. Carlson]. "Myth, Memory, and Massacre: The Pease River Capture of Cynthia Ann Parker." Texas Tech University Press, 2010. 216 pages, includes 17 photographs and 3 maps. $20.97, book link

Brett Cruse, Sites Supervisor, Archaeological and Military Sites, Historic Sites Division, Texas Historical Commission:

  • "Battles of the Red River War: Archeological Perspectives on the Indian Campaign of 1874."  Texas A&M University Press, 2008. 272 pages. $29.95, Book link

Melodie A. Guatge:

  • "Journey to Goliad."  Texas Tech University Press, 2009. 176 pages. $14.00, Book link

Kenneth Davis, retired professor of English at Texas Tech University:

  • [with Lawrence Clayton and Mary Evelyn Collins]  "Horsing Around, Volume I."  Texas Tech University Press, 1998.  226 pages. $17.95, Book link
  • [Editor, with Everett Gillis] "Black Cats, Hoot Owls, and Water Witches: Beliefs, Superstitions, and Sayings from Texas."  University of North Texas Press, 1989.  112 pages.  $17.95, Book link

Arnoldo DeLéon, Professor of History at Angelo State University:

  • "They Called Them Greasers: Anglo Attitudes toward Mexicans in Texas, 1821-1900."  University of Texas Press, 1983.  167 pages. $19.95, Book link

Patrick Dearen:

  • "To Hell or the Pecos." Texas Christian University Press, 2012. 192 pages. $20.78, Book link
  • "Devils River: Treacherous Twin to the Pecos, 1535-1900." Texas Christian University Press, 2011. 320 pages. $15.61, Book link
  • "Lone Star Lost: Buried Treasures in Texas." Texas Christian University Press, 2009. 83 pages. $9.95, Book link
  • "Saddling Up Anyway: the Dangerous Lives of Old-Time Cowboys."  Taylor Trade Publishing, 2006.  192 pages.  $17.21, Book link
  • "Perseverance."  Eakin Press, 2006.  132 pages.  $14.00, Book link
  • "When the Sky Rained Dust."  Eakin Press, 2005.  132 pages.  $12.95, Book link
  • "Halff of Texas: a Merchant Rancher of the Old West."  Eakin Press, 2001.  $14.78, Book link
  • "Lone Star Heroes Book 1: Comanche Peace Pipe."  Republic of Texas Press, 2001.  Book link
  • "Lone Star Heroes Book 2: On the Pecos Trail."  Republic of Texas Press, 2001.  $8.95, Book link
  • "Lone Star Heroes Book 3: The Hidden Treasure of the Chisos."  Republic of Texas Press, 2001.  $8.95, Book link
  • "Portraits of the Pecos Frontier."  Texas Tech University Press, 1999.  357 pages, includes maps.  $19.95, Book link
  • "The Last of the Old-Time Cowboys." Republic of Texas press, 1998. 217 pages, includes photographs and index.  $16.95, Book link
  • "The Illegal Man."  Thorndike Press, 1997.  363 pages.  Book link
  • "Crossing Rio Pecos."  Texas Christian University, 1996.  196 pages, includes maps and index.  $15.95, Book link

Glen Sample Ely:

  • "Where the West Begins: Debating Texas Identity," with forward by Alwyn Barr. Texas Tech University Press, 2011.  256 pages. $23.07, Book link

Jo Ella Powell Exley:

  • "Frontier Blood:  The Saga of the Parker Family."  Texas A&M Press, 2001.  346 pages, includes photographs, tables, bibliography, and index. $19.77, Book link
  • [editor] "Texas Tears and Texas Sunshine:  Voice of Frontier Women."  Texas A&M Press, 1985.  296 pages, includes photographs, bibliography, and index. $15.95, Book link

Robert C. Fink, Professor of English and Director of Creative Writing at Hardin-Simmons University in Abilene, Texas:

  • "Playing in Shadows: Texas and Negro League Baseball."  Texas Texas University Press, 2010.  224 pages.  $29.95, Book link
  • "Twilight Innings:  A West Texas on Grace and Survival."  Texas Texas University Press, 2006.  152 pages.  $24.95, Book link

Bruce A. Glasrud, retired dean of Arts and Sciences at Sul Ross State University:

  • [with Charles A. Braithwaite]  "African Americans on the Great Plains: An Anthology."  University of Nebraska Press, 2009.  404 pages. $28.63, Book link *winner of the Nebraska Book Award for Best Anthology.
  • [Editor, with Merline Pitre]  "Black Women in Texas History."  Texas A&M University Press, 2008.  248 pages. $19.95, Book link *winner of TSHA's Liz Carpenter Award for Best Scholarly Book on Texas Women's History
  • [with Paul Carlson and Tai Kreidler]. "Slavery to Integration: Black Americans in West Texas."  Texas A&M Press, 2008. 168 pages. $21.95, Book link
  • "Unfinished Masterpiece: The Harlem Renaissance Fiction of Anita Scott Coleman."  Texas Tech University Press, 2008.  224 pages.  $22.95, Book link
  • "The African American Experience in Texas: An Anthology."  Texas Texas University Press, 2007.  384 pages.  $40.00, Book link

Kenneth E. Hendrickson Jr., Hardin Distinguished Professor of American History at Midwestern State University:

  • [co-edited with Michael L. Collins and Patrick Cox] "Profiles in Power:  Twentieth Century Texans in Washington, New Edition." University of Texas Press, 2004. 388 pages, includes 22 illustrations and 4 tables. $26.95, Book link

William Curry Holden, late professor at Texas Tech University:

  • "Alkali Trails: Social and Economic Movements of the Texas Frontier, 1846-1900."  Texas Texas University Press, reprinted in 1998. 255 pages, foreword by Lawrence L. Graves.  $15.95, Book link

Elmer Kelton, prolific and noted writer of Southwestern novels:

  • "Hard Trail to Follow."  Doherty, Tom Associates, LLC, 2008.  287 pages.  $19.96, Book link
  • "The Rebels: Sons of Texas."  St. Martin's Press, 2007.  304 pages.  $19.96, Book link
  • "The Raiders: Sons of Texas." Forge Books, 2007.  288 pages.  $5.99, Book link
  • "Sandhills Boy: The Winding Trail of a Texas Writer." Forge Books, 2007.  Autobiography of the writer, 256 pages.  $16.29, Book Link
  • "Christmas at the Ranch."  State House Press, 2003.  64 pages, includes illustrations.  $14.95, Book link
  • "My Kind of Heroes."  State House Press, 2004.  96 pages.  $14.95, Book link
  • "Six Bits a Day."  Forge, 2005.  252 pages. $23.95, book link

a complete list of Mr. Kelton's books can be found on his website at http://www.elmerkelton.net/

Tai Kreidler, Deputy Director for Internal Operations for the Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library:

  • Nikkei Farmer on the Nebraska Plains. Texas Texas University Press, 2010.  256 pages.  $24.47, Book link
  • [with Paul Carlson and Bruce Glasrud]. "Slavery to Integration: Black Americans in West Texas."  Texas A&M Press, 2008. 168 pages. $21.95, Book link

Marty Kuhlman, Associate Professor at West Texas A&M University:

  • "Always WT: West Texas A&M Centennial History."  New Forums Press, 2010. 552 pages hard cover. $29.95, Book link
  • "Barriers," Publishamerica.com

Shirley Gordon Jackson:

  • "A Place to be Someone: Growing Up with Charles Gordone."  Texas Tech University Press, 2009. 272 pages, includes photographs. $29.95, Book link

James T. Matthews, Field Director for the Alamo Area Council of the Boys Scouts of America:

  • "Fort Concho:  A History and a Guide."  Texas State Historical Association, 2005.  73 pages, includes photographs, notes and index. $9.95, Book link

Clare V. McKanna Jr.:

  • "Court Martial of Apache Kid: Renegade of Renegades."  Texas Tech University Press, 2009. 256 pages. $19.77, Book link

Ross McSwain, retired award winning journalist, freelance writer and author:

  • "See No Evil, Speak No Evil, A History of Mob Violence in the Texas Heartland, 1869-1904."  2008. $18.95, Book link

Monte Monroe, Associate Archivist at the Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library:

  • [with Donald R. Abbe and Monte Monroe]. "The Centennial History of Lubbock."  Donning Company Publishers, 2008. $34.95 hardcover and $69.95 leather bound cover, book link

Dolores Mosser:

  • "A Train Story."  Adrian Street Productions, 2009. 40 pages, $22.99, Book link

John Miller Morris, associate professor of political science and geography at the University of Texas at San Antonio:

  • "Taming the Land: The Lost Postcard Photographs of the Texas High Plains."  Texas A&M University Press, 2009.  232 pages.  $32.40, Book link
  • "El Llano Estacado: Exploration and Imagination on the High Plains of Texas and New Mexico, 1536-1860."  Texas State Historical Association, 1997.  400 pages, includes illustrations, maps, and idex. Prices range from $39.95-$19.96, depending on cover, Book link

David J. Murrah:

  • "Oil, Taxes, and Cats:  A History of the DeVitt Famiily and the Mallet Ranch."  Texas Texas University Press, 2001.  247 pages.  $17.95, Book link

Bill Neal, retired trial lawyer with 40 years experience in the courtrooms of West Texas:

  • "Vengeance is Mine: The Scandalous Love Triangle that Triggered the Boyce-Sneed Feud."  University of North Texas Press, 2011.  336 pages, includes 36 b&w photographs, $24.95, Book link
  • "Sex, Murder, and the Unwritten Law: Courting Judicial Mayhem, Texas Style."  Texas Tech University Press, 2009.  356 pages, $29.95, Book link
  • "From Guns to Gavels: How Justice Grew Up in the Outlaw West."  Texas Tech University Press, 2008.  364 pages, including photographs and an index, $29.95, Book link -Winner of the 2008 Rupert Richardson Award for best book on West Texas history
  • "Getting Away with Murder on the Texas Frontier: Notorious Killings & Celebrated Trials."  Texas Tech University Press, 2006.  308 pages, includes 49 photographs, 3 illustrations, and a map. $27.95, Book link -Winner of the 2007 Book of the Year by the National Association for Outlaw and Lawman History

Janet M. Neugebauer, Associate Archivist at the Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library:

  • "Lambshead Legacy:  The Ranch Diary of Watt R. Matthews."  Texas Christian University Press, 2005.  304 pages, includes photographs, map, bibliography, and index. $34.95, Book link
  • [with Walt McDonald]  "Whatever the Wind Delivers."  Texas Tech University Press, 1999.  188 pages, includes photographs. $24.95, Book link
  • [multiple authors]  "Writing on the Wind:  An Anthology of West Texas Women Writers."  Texas Tech University Press, 2005.  274 pages. $40.00, Book link

Elleta Nolte:

  • "Indeed You Can: A True Story Edged in Humor to Inspire All Ages to Rush Forward with Arms Outstretched and Embrace Life."  CCB Publishing, 2011. 78 pages. $11.01, Book link
  • "Deeds and Misdeeds of an Indian Territory Doctor."  AuthorHouse, 2009. 72 pages. $12.95, Book link
  • "A Place Set Apart: The History of Ransom Canyon, Texas."  Texas Tech University Press, 1996. 199 pages. $10.00, Book link

Bill O'Neal, a prolific writer of western history:

  • "The Johnson-Sims Feud: Romeo and Juliet, West Texas Style."  University of North Texas Press, 2012.  224 pages. $11.66, Book link
  • "The Johnson County War."  Eakin Press, 2004. 290 pages. Book link
  • "Encyclopedia of Western Gunfighters."  University of Oklahoma Press, 1991.  400 pages. $27.00, Book link

Chuck Parsons:

  • [With Norman Wayne Brown]. "A Lawless Breed: John Wesley Hardin, Texas Reconstruction, and Violence in the Wild West."  University of North Texas Press, 2013. 512 pages. $22,19, Book link

J'Nell L. Pate:

  • "Texas Sesquicentiennial Wagon Train: Images of America."  Arcadia Publishing Company, 2011. 128 pages. $17.15, Book link 
  • "The Fort Worth Stockyards: Images of America."  Arcadia Publishing Company, 2009. 128 pages. $17.15, Book link 
  • [editor] "From Syria to Seminole:  Memoir of a High Plains Merchant."  Texas Tech University Press, 2006.  260 pages, includes photographs and maps.  $29.94, Book link
  • "America's Historic Stockyards: Livestock Hotels."  Texas Christian University Press, 2005.  240 pages, includes photographs, notes, bibliography, and index. $24.95, Book link
  • "North of the River:  A Brief History of North Fort Worth."  Texas Christian University Press, 2005.  206 pages, includes photographs, bibliography, and index. $14.95, Book link
  • "Hazel Vaughn Leigh and the Fort Worth Boys' Club."  Texas Christian University Press, 2000.  200 pages, includes photographs and index. $14.95, Book link
  • "Colonel Ranald Slidell Mackenzie: Brave Cavalry Colonel." Eakin Press, 1994. Price varies, Book link
  • [Editor] "Document Sets for Texas and the Southwest in U.S. History."  D. C. Heath and Company, 1991. Price varies, Book link
  • "Livestock Legacy: The Fort Worth Stockyards, 1887-1987."  Texas A & M Press, 1988.  Winner of the 1988 Coral Horton Tullis Memorial Prize (sponsored) by Texas State Historical Association.  352 pages. $32.95, Book link

James Pfluger, Executive Director of the National Ranching Heritage Center:

  • "Pitchfork Country: the Photography of Bob Moorehouse."  National Ranching Heritage Center Publishing Division, 2000.  144 pages, includes photographs. $49.00, Book link

Marsha Pfluger, Associate Director of the National Ranching Heritage Center:

  • "Across Time & Territory."  National Ranching Heritage Center Publishing Division, 2004.  116 pages, includes photographs. $39.00, Book link

Gene Preuss, Assistant Professor of History at the University of Houston - Downtown:

  • "To Get a Better School System: One Hundred Years of Education Reform in Texas."  Texas A&M University Press, 2009.  152 page. $33.81, Book link

Frederick Rathjen, late Professor emeritus of history:

  • "The Texas Panhandle Frontier."  Texas Tech University Press, 1998.  271 pages, includes bibliography and index. $17.95, Book link

Lou Rodenberger:

  • "Jane Gilmore Rushing:  A West Texas Writer and Her Work."  Texas Tech University Press, 2006.  175 pages, includes photographs. $29.95, Book link
  • [multiple authors]  "Writing on the Wind:  An Anthology of West Texas Women Writers."  Texas Tech University Press, 2005.  274 pages. $40.00, Book link
  • [Edited with Sylvia Ann Grider] "Let's Hear It: Stories by Texas Women Writers."  Texas A&M Press, 2003.  432 pages.  $19.95, Book link
  • [editor] "31 by Lawrence Clayton:  A Clear Fork Chronicle."  State House Press, 2002.  310 pages, includes photographs, glossary, notes, and index. $29.95, Book link
  • "Her Work."  University of North Texas Press, 2000.  352 pages. $23.95, Book link
  • [with Sylvia Ann Grider] "Texas Women Writers:  A Tradition of Their Own."  Texas A&M Press, 1997.  461 pages, includes bibliography and index. $17.95, Book link

Sherry Robinson:

  • "I fought a Good Fight: A History of the Lipan Apaches."  University of North Texas Press, 2013. 528 pages. $23.80, Book link

Peter Rose:

  • "The Reckoning: the Triumph on the Texas Outlaw Frontier."  Texas Tech University Press, 2012. 288 pages. $22.60, Book link

Dana Middlebrooks Samuelson and Robert Samuelson, M.D.
The books listed below can be purchased by contacting Highgate Publishing LLC, 6257 Highgate Lane, Dallas, Texas, 75214.

  • "Clovis Road: The Dr. Roy Hunt Murder - Littlefield, Texas, 1942-1943 Second Edition."  Highgate Publishing, L.L.C., 2013.
  • "Clovis Road: The Dr. Roy Hunt Murder - Littlefield, Texas, 1942-1943."  Highgate Publishing, L.L.C., 2009.

James M. Smallwood:

  • "The Feud That Wasn't: The Taylor Ring, Bill Sutton, John Wesley Hardin, and Violence in Texas."  Texas A&M University Press, 2008.  $29.95, Book link
  • [with Barry A. Crouch, and Larry Peacock] "Murder and Mayhem: The War of Reconstruction in Texas."  Texas A&M University Press, 2003.  200 pages. $24.95, Book link

Joe W. Specht:

  • "The Women There Don't Treat You Mean:  Abilene in Song."  State House Press, 2006.  112 pages, includes photographs, notes, song lyrics, index, and CD. $14.95, Book link

Russell S. Smith, a retired San Angelo Police Chief and retired Tom Green County Justice of the Peace:

  • "Steps into God's Country."  CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, 2012.  400 pages. $19.99, Book link

Sharon Spinks:

  • "Law on the Last Frontier: Texas Ranger Arthur Hill."  Texas Tech University Press, 2008.  288 pages, includes 33 photographs. $28.50, Book link

Jean Stuntz, Associate Professor of History at West Texas A&M University:

  • [with Claudia Stuart]. "African Americans in Amarillo."  Arcadia Publishing, 2009. 128 pages. $17.15, Book link
  • "Hers, His, & Theirs:  Community Property Law in Spain & Early Texas."  Texas Tech University Press, 2005.  217 pages, includes maps, notes, bibliography, and index. $35.00, Book link - winner of the 2007 Texas Old Missions and Forts Restoration Book Award; Presidio La Bahia Award, The Sons of the Republic of Texas

Lonn Taylor, former curator at the Smithsonian's National Museum of American History:

  • "The Star-Spangled Banner: The Making of a National Icon."  Collins, 2008. 192 pages. $22.76, Book link

Ira Donathon Taylor:

  • [with B. W. Aston]  "Along the Texas Forts Trail."  University of North Texas Press, 1997. 165 pages, bibliography, and index. $14.95, Book link

William Tydeman:

  • [with Stephen Bogener]. "Llano Estacado: An Island in the Sky." Texas Tech University Press, 2011. 192 pages, includes 75 photographs and 1 map. $31.50, book link

Kenneth L. Untiedt, Secretary-Editor of the Texas Folklore Society and teaches English at Stephen F. Austin State University:

  • [editor]  "Folklore: In All of Us, In All We Do."  University of North Texas Press, 2007. 360 pages, including 50 illustrations, a bibliography and index.  $34.95, Book link
  • [editor]  "Folklore in Motion: Texas Travel Lore."  University of North Texas Press, 2007. $36.95, Book link
  • [editor]  "Inside the Classroom (and Out): How We Learn through Folklore."  University of North Texas Press, 2005. 304 pages. $29.95, Book link

June Redford Van Cleef:

  • [Forward by Elmer Kelton] "The Texas Outback: Ranching on the Last Frontier."  Texas A&M Press, 2005.  178 pages.  $34.20, Book link

Craig Varjabedian, photographer of the American West:

  • "Ghost Ranch and the Farway Nearby."  University of New Mexico Press, 2009.  98 pages duotones with 1 map.  $45.00, Book link

Charles Waite:

  • [with Sonia Hernandez]. "The Mexican American Experience in Texas: A Primary Source Reader." Kendall-Hunt Publishers, 2009. 180 pages. $68.90, Book link

Donald R. Walker:

  • "A frontier Texas Mercantile: the History of Gibbs Brothers and Company, Huntsville, 1841-1940."  Texas Review Press, 1997. 181 pages. $30.00, Book link
  • "Penology For Profit: a History of the Texas Prison System, 1867-1912." Texas A & M University Press, 1988. 216 pages. $19.95, Book link

Diane Hueter Warner:

  • "Leaving Vineland," a chapter in To Everything on Earth: New Writing on Fate, Community and Nature.  Texas Tech Press, 2010. 160 pages. $21.95, Book link

Donald Whisenhunt:

  • "Veterans of Future Wars: A Study in Student Activism."  Lexington Books, 2010. 212 pages. $60.00, Book link

Scott White, Special Projects Manager and Curator of Art:

  • "Viento: Wind, Turbines & Ranchland." $20.00, Book link

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University of New Mexico Press

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