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TEXAS FORGOTTEN PORTS. Vol. II: River Ports on Red, Brazos, and Rio Grande Rivers; Landings on Caddo Lake, Ports of Jefferson, Houston, and Galveston, Buffalo Bayou Landings, San Luis, Freebooters.

by Guthrie, Keith

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Austin: Eakin Press, 1993. First Edition. Hardcover. FINE/fine. Vol. II , 292pp., index, biblio, illus., photos, maps, notes, blue fabricoid with gilt spine titles, no names, dj in archival mylar cover

From more than 25 places on the Red River in five counties to Quintana on the Brazos the author has done a remarkable job of research for this second volume in his three volume project. He and his wife Iris, visited all the sites of the old ports to research this volume II resulting in the first composite work to be published on early Texas ports. Also includes extensive information on the steam boats of the early river boat era. The author was born in Berclair, Texas, joined the Naval Air Force in 1941 and served as a pilot in a squadron of Catalina PBYs. He returned to the states in 5 a full lieutenant and received a Distinguished Flying Cross and Air Medal with a bronze star. His wife Iris Adkins, a navy nurse nurse, illustrated this volume and its rather scarce signed.


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About Maggie Lambeth

Independent bookseller with over 40 years in retail and mail order book-selling experience. Our main specialties are books about Texas history, Texas authors, ranching, cattle, lawmen, outlaws, genealogy and family history, county and community history pretty much anything about Texas. We also accept consignments. Inquiries are welcome txt or talk (830-392-6668).


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