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The Lone Star State, foreword by Mark White (1986). "From early Spanish explorations of the vast lands of Texas, her turbulent history moved through the struggles of isolated Roman Catholic missions to independence from Spain in 1821 as part of the new Republic of Mexico … [and] the hard, wild, precarious life of Texas as a frontier of the American movement west." (Website)

The Lone Star State, foreword by Mark White (1986). "From early Spanish explorations of the vast lands of Texas, her turbulent history moved through the struggles of isolated Roman Catholic missions to independence from Spain in 1821 as part of the new Republic of Mexico … [and] the hard, wild, precarious life of Texas as a frontier of the American movement west." (Website)

Journal of the Texian Expedition Against Mier [microform]: Subsequent Imprisonment of the Author, His Sufferings, and the Final Escape From the Castle of Perote. With Reflections Upon the Present Political and Probable Future Relations of Texas, Mexico, and the United States, by Gen. Thomas J. Green; illustrated by drawings taken from life by Charles M'Laughlin, a fellow-prisoner (1845). "Here commences the history of the campaign which we propose faithfully to record." (Introduction)

Journal of the Texian Expedition Against Mier [microform]: Subsequent Imprisonment of the Author, His Sufferings, and the Final Escape From the Castle of Perote. With Reflections Upon the Present Political and Probable Future Relations of Texas, Mexico, and the United States, by Gen. Thomas J. Green; illustrated by drawings taken from life by Charles M'Laughlin, a fellow-prisoner (1845). "Here commences the history of the campaign which we propose faithfully to record." (Introduction)

The State of the Border Report: A Comprehensive Analysis of the U.S.-Mexico Border, by Erik Lee, Christopher E. Wilson, Francisco Lara-Valencia, et al. (2013). “This report provides a comprehensive look at the state of affairs in the management of the U.S.-Mexico border and the border region, focusing on four core areas: trade and competitiveness, security, sustainability, and quality of life.” Spanish version available. (Website)

The State of the Border Report: A Comprehensive Analysis of the U.S.-Mexico Border, by Erik Lee, Christopher E. Wilson, Francisco Lara-Valencia, et al. (2013). “This report provides a comprehensive look at the state of affairs in the management of the U.S.-Mexico border and the border region, focusing on four core areas: trade and competitiveness, security, sustainability, and quality of life.” Spanish version available. (Website)

Along the Early Trails of the Southwest, by Wayne Gard et al.; introduction by John H. Jenkins; illustrated by Melvin C. Warren [Texas State Artist, 1972-73] (1969). “From the days of Spanish exploration through the era of American migration to the West, and on to the great cattle-trailing days, the story of the pioneers’ highway is told.” (Front Cover)

Along the Early Trails of the Southwest, by Wayne Gard et al.; introduction by John H. Jenkins; illustrated by Melvin C. Warren [Texas State Artist, 1972-73] (1969). “From the days of Spanish exploration through the era of American migration to the West, and on to the great cattle-trailing days, the story of the pioneers’ highway is told.” (Front Cover)

Lone Star Politics: Tradition and Transformation in Texas, by Ken Collier, Steven Galatas, and Julie Harrelson-Stephens (2015). "[This book] delves deeply into Texas’ rich political tradition, exploring how myth often clashes with the reality of modern governance. Explaining who gets what and how, this Nacogdoches author team uses the comparative method to set Texas in context with other states’ constitutional foundations, institutions, electoral practices, and policymaking." (Website)

Lone Star Politics: Tradition and Transformation in Texas, by Ken Collier, Steven Galatas, and Julie Harrelson-Stephens (2015). "[This book] delves deeply into Texas’ rich political tradition, exploring how myth often clashes with the reality of modern governance. Explaining who gets what and how, this Nacogdoches author team uses the comparative method to set Texas in context with other states’ constitutional foundations, institutions, electoral practices, and policymaking." (Website)

Lone Star Ladies: A Travel Guide to Women's History in Texas, by Melinda Rice (2002). "[This book] explores places all over the state devoted to Texas women … [It includes] artists, authors, astronauts, and athletes, politicians, musicians, reformers, healers, and characters of all kinds." (Website)

Lone Star Ladies: A Travel Guide to Women's History in Texas, by Melinda Rice (2002). "[This book] explores places all over the state devoted to Texas women … [It includes] artists, authors, astronauts, and athletes, politicians, musicians, reformers, healers, and characters of all kinds." (Website)

Transportation Funding Options. A legislative policy report from the Legislative Budget Board (2015). "The options presented in this report would generate varying amounts of revenue for the 2016–17 biennium … each option [is summarized], including the amount of revenue it would generate." (Quote from report)

Transportation Funding Options. A legislative policy report from the Legislative Budget Board (2015). "The options presented in this report would generate varying amounts of revenue for the 2016–17 biennium … each option [is summarized], including the amount of revenue it would generate." (Quote from report)

Texas School Finance Reform: An IDRA Perspective, by Dr. José A. Cárdenas (1997). "More than a history, this book provides a blueprint for persons interested in bringing about future reform in schools and other social institutions. Beginning with a description of the Texas system in 1950, the account covers court cases, legislation, and advocacy efforts and concludes with the status and future of school finance reform." (Website)

Texas School Finance Reform: An IDRA Perspective, by Dr. José A. Cárdenas (1997). "More than a history, this book provides a blueprint for persons interested in bringing about future reform in schools and other social institutions. Beginning with a description of the Texas system in 1950, the account covers court cases, legislation, and advocacy efforts and concludes with the status and future of school finance reform." (Website)

Political Education: Setting the Course for State and Federal Policy, by Christopher Cross; foreword by Brian Sandoval and Jeremy Anderson (2014). "[The author] draws on his own experience in Washington, along with research and interviews, to present a highly readable history of federal education policy, from WWII to the Obama administration." (Website)

Political Education: Setting the Course for State and Federal Policy, by Christopher Cross; foreword by Brian Sandoval and Jeremy Anderson (2014). "[The author] draws on his own experience in Washington, along with research and interviews, to present a highly readable history of federal education policy, from WWII to the Obama administration." (Website)

Traveling the Shore of the Spanish Sea: The Gulf Coast of Texas and Mexico, by Geoff Winningham (2010). "In a work of sweeping breadth and beauty, [the author] has created a profusely illustrated, contemplative travel journal that showcases his talent as both a photographer and a writer and reveals his affection and respect for the two countries he calls home." (Website)

Traveling the Shore of the Spanish Sea: The Gulf Coast of Texas and Mexico, by Geoff Winningham (2010). "In a work of sweeping breadth and beauty, [the author] has created a profusely illustrated, contemplative travel journal that showcases his talent as both a photographer and a writer and reveals his affection and respect for the two countries he calls home." (Website)

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