ARCADIA HISTORY TALES FROM THE TEXAS REPUBLICRegular price $20.00 Save $-20.00
Though the Republic of Texas existed as a sovereign nation for just nine years, the legacy lives on in the names that distinguish the landscape of the Lone Star State. Austin, Houston, Travis, Lamar, Seguin, Burnet, Bowie, Zavala, Crockett--these historical giants, often at odds, fought through their differences to achieve freedom from Mexico and Santa Anna, establishing a republic fit to be the twenty-eighth state to join the Union. In nineteen historical tales, Jeffery Robenalt chronicles the fight to define and defend the Republic of Texas, from revolutionary beginnings to annexation.
Jeffery Robenalt is a resident of Lockhart, Texas where he teaches middle school Texas history. He served as a U.S. Marine Corps helicopter crew chief in Vietnam and later with Company C, 1-506th Infantry, 101st Airborne Division. Mr. Robenalt earned a doctor of jurisprudence in law from Texas Tech University and served as an attorney for the State of Texas for ten years. Mr. Robenalt has also written three historical fiction novels--Saga of a Texas Ranger, Star Over Texas and The Bloody Frontier--and writes a historical column on Texas history for Texas Escapes Online Magazine, also entitled "A Glimpse of Texas Past."
|PUBLISHER:||The History Press|
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