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    “Deeply researched and elegantly written, Obstinate Heroism offers the best scholarly explanation of why and how Confederates ingloriously yet often grudgingly succumbed to defeat after Lee’s surrender.”—T. Michael Parrish, co-editor of Brothers in Gray

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    “Parsons offers his readers a true story of duty, sacrifice, and heartbreak.”—Darren L. Ivey, author of The Ranger Ideal Volume 1 and Volume 2

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    “Drawing on an unrivaled scholarly understanding of the subject matter, Staudt provides a contextually centered and expertly detailed analysis of the evolution and impact of the Industrial Areas Foundation affiliates in Texas.”—Mark P. Jones, Rice University

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    “It’s been a long time since I read a story collection with such excitement, so eager to see what each new installment would bring.” —Colin Winnette, author of The Job of the Wasp and Haints Stay, and judge

     

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    New in Paperback!  “A tour de force of the politically charged history of federal bilingual education in the U.S.”—Richard R. Valencia, University of Texas at Austin

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    “The vast literature of Texas offers no more lyrical and loving a tribute to people and places than what you'll read in A Boyhood Dream Realized.” —Carlton Stowers, two-time Edgar Award winner

     

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    Adolphe Gouhenant presents a more truly multicultural view of early Texas/early Dallas than perhaps previously explored.” —Michael R. Grauer, author of Rounded Up in Glory: Frank Reaugh, Texas Renaissance Man

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    New in Paperback! “Turk takes the reader on an informative, easy-to-read round-up of federal marshal activities through the decades.”—Wild West

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    “There are few books on the Seabees, and Ritter’s memoir gives an immediate and personal touch on them.” —Don Noble, editor and foreword to classic Seabee account Can Do!

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    “A ‘dream book’ for us keyboard players. Beautiful depictions of classic instruments, both in pictures and text. Accurate and well-written histories of these vintage pieces that we all love and respect.” —Chuck Leavell, Keyboardist, Allman Brothers, and musical director, The Rolling Stones