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Never Again. Three Volume Set CLAYTON W. WILLIAMS

Never Again. Three Volume Set

CLAYTON W. WILLIAMS

Publication: The Naylor Company, 1969, San Antonio

First editions. 8vo. An extensive and well-written overview of the history of the Texas’ Trans-Pecos frontier from B.C to the beginning of the Civil War. The author devotes considerable attention to the Coahuiltecan and Jumano Indian tribes during the Spanish colonial period, and the Comanches during the 19th century. Includes a lot on U. S. Army activities in western Texas during the period between the War with Mexico and the Civil War. Volume I: Inked presentation inscription on the half title page signed by the author. Red pictorial cloth, titles and decorations in black on the front cover and spine, maps on front and rear endpapers, xiii [5], 205 pp., foreword, publisher's preface, illustrated, maps, chapter endnotes, index. Covers Texas B. C -1821.Volume II: Signed by the author on the title page. Blue pictorial cloth, titles and decorations in black on the front cover and spine, maps on front and rear endpapers, ix [blank], 190 pp., publisher's preface, illustrated, maps, chapter endnotes, index. Covers Texas 1821-1848. Volume III: Signed by the author on the title page. Green pictorial cloth, titles and decorations in black on the front cover and spine, maps on front and rear endpapers, xi [13], 257 pp., publisher's preface, illustrated, maps, chapter endnotes, index. Covers Texas 1848-1861. Presents early West Texas history as correlated with that of Mexico and the United States. All volumes in fine, bright condition with each dust jacket in fine unused condition. An exceptional set.

Inventory Number: 45927

$175.00