The Resource The no-gun man of Texas : a century of achievement, 1835-1929, by Laura V. Hamner ; illustrated by Ben Carlton Mead and Terry Stowe

The no-gun man of Texas : a century of achievement, 1835-1929, by Laura V. Hamner ; illustrated by Ben Carlton Mead and Terry Stowe

Label
The no-gun man of Texas : a century of achievement, 1835-1929
Title
The no-gun man of Texas
Title remainder
a century of achievement, 1835-1929
Statement of responsibility
by Laura V. Hamner ; illustrated by Ben Carlton Mead and Terry Stowe
Creator
Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Summary
A biography of the Texas cowboy who was one of the first permanent settlers of the Panhandle, developed the chuck wagon and the sidesaddle, and experimented with plants and animals
Biography type
individual biography
Cataloging source
TXX
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Label
The no-gun man of Texas : a century of achievement, 1835-1929, by Laura V. Hamner ; illustrated by Ben Carlton Mead and Terry Stowe
Instantiates
Publication
Note
Map on front free endpaper
Contents
Twenty years of pioneering in Central Texas -- Twenty years of Purposefull wandering -- Building a ranch in a wilderness -- By reason of strength: a new life -- Rounding out a century
Control code
12578428
Dimensions
21 cm.
Extent
viii, 256 p.
Note
  • Library's copy 2 (SW Writers): Gift of DAR [Daughters of American Revolution]; Donor's presentation inscription on p. opposite half title. Author's inscribed presentation copy to the Daughters of the Revolution. Clothbound.
  • Library's copy 3 (SW Writers): Gift of Bill and Sally Wittliff, 2000 (Access. No. 2000-047). Paste-down endpapers are printed with public school book labels which include, This book is the property of the State of Texas. Stamped: "San Jacinto." Teacher and pupil inscriptions in ink and pencil on endpapers. Top of spine torn. Clothbound.
Other physical details
ill., map
Label
The no-gun man of Texas : a century of achievement, 1835-1929, by Laura V. Hamner ; illustrated by Ben Carlton Mead and Terry Stowe
Publication
Note
Map on front free endpaper
Contents
Twenty years of pioneering in Central Texas -- Twenty years of Purposefull wandering -- Building a ranch in a wilderness -- By reason of strength: a new life -- Rounding out a century
Control code
12578428
Dimensions
21 cm.
Extent
viii, 256 p.
Note
  • Library's copy 2 (SW Writers): Gift of DAR [Daughters of American Revolution]; Donor's presentation inscription on p. opposite half title. Author's inscribed presentation copy to the Daughters of the Revolution. Clothbound.
  • Library's copy 3 (SW Writers): Gift of Bill and Sally Wittliff, 2000 (Access. No. 2000-047). Paste-down endpapers are printed with public school book labels which include, This book is the property of the State of Texas. Stamped: "San Jacinto." Teacher and pupil inscriptions in ink and pencil on endpapers. Top of spine torn. Clothbound.
Other physical details
ill., map

Library Locations

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      601 University Drive, 7th Floor, San Marcos, TX, 78666, US
      29.888873 -97.943078
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