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From: SailingMom (ip72-198-14-149.ok.ok.cox.net)
Subject:         I have a great, very old, comic history of TX...
Date: June 14, 2007 at 1:15 pm PST

In Reply to: Texas History Books? posted by Kim from TX on March 27, 2007 at 1:11 pm:

It's called "Texas History Movies" by The Texas State Historical Association. My father-in-law said he used this book as a Tx History book when he was in school! It's very entertaining and presented in a comic book style...but it's very accurate. It ends at Reconstruction (1876), which leaves a lot of Tx to learn about, but the main high points are there (It covers the Alamo, and that's all they need to remember, right?!) Just kidding. I love the book. You have to Google it, but I was able to order them several years ago from somewhere.


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