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Being Texan: Celebrating a State of Mind, by Jeff Carroll - Trade Paperback
Being Texan: Celebrating a State of Mind, by Jeff Carroll - Trade Paperback - $15.95
When Jeff Carroll tells the tale, history comes to life. His popular "Legendary Texas" radio series made his distinctive voice and his genial, informative storytelling style, as well as his unrivaled knowledge of Texas people, places, and events, known to and beloved by many. In Being Texan, he distills that knowledge and style into more than one hundred chronologically ordered individual stories that take the reader on a fascinating journey through the history of Texas and the people who created it.
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Combat Corpsman: A Navy SEAL Medic in Vietnam, by Greg McPartlin - Trade Paperback
Combat Corpsman: A Navy SEAL Medic in Vietnam, by Greg McPartlin - Trade Paperback - $14.95

Combat Corpsman is Greg McPartlin’s often humorous account of his year in what had been a Viet Cong stronghold until the SEALs took control—and Charlie placed bounties on the “men with green faces.” It’s the first inside story of a Navy SEAL medic, a man who wanted to heal—not to kill—but did both to save lives.

“An accurate and humorous account of an early Navy SEAL platoon in Vietnam.”

—Frank Thornton

Most Decorated SEAL from Vietnam era



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They Rode for the Lone Star, The Saga of the Texas Rangers, Vol. One, by Thomas W. Knowles -Trade Paperback
They Rode for the Lone Star, The Saga of the Texas Rangers, Vol. One, by Thomas W. Knowles -Trade Paperback - $17.95

In this first volume of his fully illustrated history of the Texas Rangers, Thomas Knowles brings to life the genesis of the Lone Star's legendary lawmen. Discover their origins as the first defenders of the Alamo and as Stephen F. Austin's ideal of mounted volunteers, and track their service on the longest and deadliest frontier in the history of the American West. Along the way, meet some of the dedicated men who served with the early Rangers: Juan Seguin, Noah Smithwick, Jose Toribo Losoya, Samuel Walker, Benjamin and Henry McCulloch, Young Chief Flacco of the Lipan Apache, John S. "R.I.P." Ford, and the most revered of Ranger captains, Jack Hays. 

They Rode for the Lone Star burns away the myths to expose the rich and detailed history of the Rangers' first decades of service, as their organization evolved to meet the demands of a young and turbulent Texas. The men who answered the Lone Star's call came from all walks of life and from diverse ethnic backgrounds-hopeful new immigrants from Europe, eager colonists from the young United States, proud Tejano vaqueros, fierce Native American horsemen-and studied combat and survival in the harsh, unforgiving school of the bloody border wars. 

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Three Flags and Two Brothers: To War and Back, by Holly E. Rees - Trade Paperback
Three Flags and Two Brothers: To War and Back, by Holly E. Rees - Trade Paperback - $14.95

Three Flags and Two Brothers: To War and Back

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When Holly Rees remembers his family’s experiences and sacrifices during and after World War II, he sees three flags—the Blue Star banner denoting the number of his family’s sons who served, the American flag folded for a funeral service, and the personal Rising Sun banner of an enemy infantryman.

 

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