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Texas rising

Bringing to life the true story of how the people of Texas fought for freedom against the mighty Mexican military that had overtaken the Alamo. The legendary Texas Rangers assembled for the first time against General San...

The yellow rose / Gilbert Morris. —Morris, Gilbert.

Jerusalem Ann Hardin's husband is dead, a casualty of the Alamo. Her son and the man she's learning to love just narrowly escaped death themselves at the confrontation at Goliad. Now Mexico's armies are pushing north, bu...

Captain Putnam for the Republic of Texas —Haley, James L., author.

"Captain Bliven Putnam returns in an exhilarating new adventure, embedding himself within a top-secret mission during the Texas Revolution that puts everything at risk"-- Provided by publisher.

After the bugles ; and, Llano River —Kelton, Elmer, author.

After the bugles: Joshua Buckalew has left behind the deserted battlefields that claimed his brother. The war with Mexico has cost him dear, but it has also given him a strong bond to the land and to the Mexican families...

And not to yield, and ; Bowie —Eickhoff, Randy Lee.

And not to yield: Born James Butler Hickok, Wild Bill Hickok made his reputation as a gunslinger extraordinaire, and his legend has titillated journalists, novelists, and historians ever since. Here is the story--crafted...

Two for Texas —Burke, James Lee, 1936-
Book On CD
2012
Availability: 1 of 1

Son Holland and Hugh Allison escape from a Louisiana prison and join in the Texas revolution of 1835-36.

The Alamo bride —Y'Barbo, Kathleen.
Large Print
2019
Availability: 3 of 4

The Daughters of the Mayflower series continues with The Alamo Bride by Kathleen Y'Barbo. Clay and Ellis race across Texas in 1836 to bring relief to Houston's army.

Two for Texas —Burke, James Lee, 1936-
Large Print
2002
Availability: 4 of 4

In 1836, two prisoners escape from a Louisiana chain gang run by a vicious strong boss. In the process of the escape, the strong boss is killed which sets his brother, the ex-warden, on a chase of the men. However, the t...

Line of glory a novel of the Alamo —Clagett, Thomas D., 1956-
Large Print
2019
Availability: 10 of 10

"The final 13 hours at the Alamo began around 5 o'clock on the afternoon of March 5, 1836. Colonel William Barrett Travis drew a line in the dirt and asked all those who would stay and fight to cross it. Destinies played...

The Great Texas dance —Jackson, Mark C., author.
Large Print
2021
Availability: 0 of 1

"Zebadiah Creed tells a tale of the Texas Revolution, not as history, but a personal portrayal of men and the consequences of their decisions, sometimes made during the savagery of battle, most times made in quiet, their...

Blood kin —Chappell, Henry.
Restricted EAudiobook (NNELS)
2011

In the lage 1830s, the Mexican War is winding down, but tensions between the Texans and the Comanches threaten the fledgling Texas Republic. Towns are being raided and hundreds of murdered settlers litter the countryside...

Massacre at Goliad —Kelton, Elmer.
Restricted DAISY Zip (CELA)
2014

When Texan-born Josh Buckalew met Teresa, a young and beautiful Mexican woman, it was love at first sight. But with the Alamo recently sieged and destroyed, Josh knew this rosebud love would be unobtainable. So the Bucka...

The gates of the Alamo : a novel —Harrigan, Stephen, 1948- author.

A full-scale fictional chronicle centered around the fall of the Alamo bristles with historical figures, including Jim Bowie, Santa Anna, and Davy Crockett, among others, as it provides a dramatic re-creation of an event...

Massacre at Goliad —Kelton, Elmer.
Restricted EAudiobook (NNELS)
2011

Even in his old age, Josh Buckalew sometimes awakens in a cold sweat as he relives those horrifying moments at Goliad so long ago. And yet every time he retells the tale of Santa Anna's lesser known massacre, his heart f...

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