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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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    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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    “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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    “This will be invaluable to historians who study the conflict with Mexico as well as those interested in the history of journalism.” —Timothy D. Johnson, author of A Gallant Little Army: The Mexico City Campaign
     

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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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    “Makes an important contribution to the history of twentieth-century music in Argentina and beyond.” —from the foreword by Harvey Sachs, author of Toscanini: Musician of Conscience

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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

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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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    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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    “I was riveted by the detailed account of the nefarious misadventures of these low-life ne’er-do-wells. This is David Johnson’s best book to date.”—Bill O’Neal, former State Historian of Texas

     

UNT Press publishes two books this month. 

Learn about our NEH Humanities Open Book Program Broadening Access to Books on Texas and Oklahoma.