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ISBN: 1596527021
Author: Mike Cox
Language: English
Publisher: Turner (October 28, 2010)
Pages: 134
Category: Americas
Subcategory: History
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Remembering Texas Lawmen.

Remembering Texas Lawmen. Mike Cox. Walmart 9781596527027. With a selection of fine historic images from his best-selling book Historic Photos of Texas Lawmen, Mike Cox provides a valuable and revealing historical retrospective on this important aspect of Texas history. Remembering Texas Lawmen features more than 125 images of Texas lawmen, bad men (and a few bad women), assorted characters with a law enforcement connection like the legendary Judge Roy Bean, and shots of the places they did their work-for good or bad.

Mike Cox’s most popular book is The Texas Rangers: Wearing the Cinco Peso, 1821-1900. Confessions of Henry Lee Lucas by. Mike Cox (Goodreads Author). Time of the Rangers: Texas Rangers: From 1900 to the Present by.

The history of law enforcement in the Lone Star State goes back well before photography, dating to Texas' days as part of the Spanish empire. After that Texas became a province of Mexico and for nearly a decade stood among the nations as an independent republic before becoming the 28th state in the Union in 1845.

Mike Cox, Austin, Texas. Mike Cox is the author of 20 non-fiction books including a two-volume history of the Texas Rangers. and "The Time of the Rangers: The Texas Rangers, 1900 to Present," was published by Forge Books in New York in 2009.

Mike Cox is a native Texan, born in Amarillo long enough ago to be in the sophomore class of Baby Boomers. Mike Cox is an elected member of the Texas Institute of Letters and has won numerous journalism awards over the years. He lives in Wimberley in the Texas hill country. Visit Mike Cox at ww. onestarbooks.

Historic Photos of Texas Lawmen features close to 200 images of Texas lawmen, bad men (and a few bad women), assorted characters with a law enforcement connection like the legendary Judge Roy Bean, and shots of the places they did their work-for good or bad. Each photograph has a story to tell. Some of the images in this volume, coming from the author’s personal.

From the Alamo to nearly forgotten graves and battle sites, important landmarks in the story of these legendary lawmen lie in every.

Save bookmarks and read as many as you like. Since colonizer Stephen F. Austin proposed hiring ten rangers "for the common defense" in 1823, the Texas Rangers have protected the Lone Star State from its enemies with dedication and fortitude. All across Texas are places where Rangers made history. From the Alamo to nearly forgotten graves and battle sites, important landmarks in the story of these legendary lawmen lie in every corner of the state. Historian and author Mike Cox reveals history hiding in plain sight and true tall tales of the world-famous Texas Rangers.

MIKE COX, an elected member of the Texas Institute of Letters, began his writing career as a Texas newspaper reporter, then spent fifteen years as spokesman for the Texas Department of Public Safety, which includes the Texas Rangers and later was Communications Manager fo. .

MIKE COX, an elected member of the Texas Institute of Letters, began his writing career as a Texas newspaper reporter, then spent fifteen years as spokesman for the Texas Department of Public Safety, which includes the Texas Rangers and later was Communications Manager for the Texas Department of Transportation.

Mike Cox. Texas Panhandle Tales. Gunfights & Sites in Texas Ranger History. Time of the Rangers: Texas Rangers: From 1900 to the Present. Historic Photos of Texas Lawmen. Big Bend Tales. This book or any part thereof may not be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic or mechanical, including photocopying, recording, or by any information storage and retrieval system, without permission in writing from the publisher. Library of Congress Control Number: 2009921194.

Texas Lawmen is a 1951 American western film directed by Lewis D. Collins and starring Johnny Mack Brown, James Ellison and I. Stanford Jolley. The film's sets were designed by the art director Dave Milton. Johnny Mack Brown as Marshal Johnny Mack Brown. James Ellison as Sheriff Tod Merrick. I. Stanford Jolley as Bart Morrow. Lee Roberts as Steve Morrow. Terry Frost as Henchman Ed Mason. Marshall Reed as U. S. Marshal Potter. Roy Bucko as Townsman. Roy Butler as Stage Agent. Cecil Combs as Townsman.

The history of law enforcement in the Lone Star State goes back well before photography, dating to Texas’ days as part of the Spanish empire. After that Texas became a province of Mexico and for nearly a decade stood among the nations as an independent republic before becoming the 28th state in the Union in 1845. Beyond the contribution to law and order made by constables, sheriffs, town marshals, city police officers, and federal lawmen, Texas is the birthplace of a law enforcement institution unique in the world, the legendary Texas Rangers. With a selection of fine historic images from his best-selling book Historic Photos of Texas Lawmen, Mike Cox provides a valuable and revealing historical retrospective on this important aspect of Texas history. Remembering Texas Lawmen features more than 125 images of Texas lawmen, bad men (and a few bad women), assorted characters with a law enforcement connection like the legendary Judge Roy Bean, and shots of the places they did their work—for good or bad. Each photograph has a story to tell, and all of the images command attention, many as attention-getting as the business end of a Texas Ranger’s .45.

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