Written in 1922 and published here for the first time in book form, this biographical dictionary of 877 of the soldiers of San Jacinto successfully debunks the long-standing myth that those who fought were land-seeking Americans, rather than Texian colonists.
Texas by Ferdinand Roemerwith folding facsimile Roemer map laid in. 275 pages.
The Memoirs of Mary A. Maverick, by Mary A. Maverick.Hand-numbered
limited edition with personalized dust jacket. 171 pages. Limited to 254
The Alamo Defenders by Amelia W. Williams. An unromanticized account of who died at the Alamo, politics during the Revolution, a day-by-day account of the siege and more, drawn from primary documents. 186 pages. Hardcover trade edition.