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Art Print Wall Stickers, Posters- Remember the Alamo 24×32 inches

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  • Sticker size:24×32 inch
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  • Art Print Wall Stickers
  • Very easy to apply, remove or reposition,Just peel and stick
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The Birth of Texas (aka Martyrs of the Alamo) (1915)

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Texas: The Lone Star State- (Value Pack w/MySearchLab)

MySearchLab provides students with a complete understanding of the research process so they can complete research projects confidently and efficiently. Students and instructors with an internet connection can visit www.MySearchLab.com and receive immediate access to thousands of full articles from the EBSCO ContentSelect database. In addition, MySearchLab offers extensive content on the research process itself—including tips on how to navigate and maximize time in the campus library, a step-by-step guide on writing a research paper, and instructions on how to finish an academic assignment with endnotes and bibliography.­

 

This is a comprehensive yet accessible survey of Texas history–from early times to the present. Written in a narrative style, this book offers a balanced presentation of all time periods and topics of Texas history. From the beginning sections on geography and prehistoric people, to the concluding discussions on the start of the twenty-first century, this book successfully considers each era equally in terms of space and emphasis. For interested history enthusiasts looking for a comprehensive survey of Texas history.

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History of Texas from 1685 to 1892: All Volumes

This is a 19th century history of Texas, focusing on its Spanish and Mexican past, as well as the war for independence. From the preface: “The field for historical research in Texas, covering two centuries of time, is wide and, for the most part, deeply interesting. To the present and future generations, however, its chief historic value is confined to that period of time beginning about the close of the 18th and the commencement of the 19th century. Anterior to that time, outside of feeble settlements at San Antonio, Goliad and Nacogdoches and a few straggling missions, the country remained a primeval wilderness. Nor did any real progress toward reclamation occur until an effort was made to secure an Anglo-Saxon (chiefly North American) population, the first fruits of which became manifest in a few families and single men from January to December, 1822. From the latter year we trace all of Texas identified with those principles of liberty, and representative constitutional government held, at least by all English speaking people, to be essential to the continued progress and happiness of mankind. This work is undertaken with a sincere desire to give truth absolute control; to eschew every prejudice; to do justice to all who served their country with fidelity; and to guard against the great injustice of withholding merit due to some and awarding merit not due to others. Most of the numerous books on Texas, including several published in, or prior to 1836, were too early to reach much of its most important history, and before many facts touching the then past were known, or when they were but partially known. The author, at intervals, for nearly half a century, has sought to find and preserve historical data omitted in other works, or incorrectly stated by them. Ours is not like the history of any other State of the Union, settled and fostered by a progressive people and government, and aided by great interior resources and means of transportation of which practically Texas had nothing. Wild barbarians infested Texas, undisturbed until its settlement by Americans, and its frontiers continued subject to all the horrors, more or less extensive, of savage warfare from the beginning in 1822, to its practical cessation in 1876, a period of fifty four years, beside the period from 1835 to 1845, inclusive, of a state of war with Mexico. Her history, taken as a whole, is unique and unlike that of any other member of the Union. To be understood it must be correctly given and carefully read. The author is enabled to correct many errors-some of minor and a few of material importance-heretofore published, and to embrace numerous important facts never before given in any work; and yet, much of interest, in the very nature of things, resulting from the want of official records, the absence in large part of current newspaper files, and the failing memory of many old and patriotic men, must remain untold. Eschewing fiction and exaggeration and guided by the spirit of truth and justice this work is given to the people of Texas by her loyal son.”

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Tall Tales from Texas Cow Camps

Book by Boatright, Mody Coggin

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  • Used Book in Good Condition

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Reminiscences of Moses Austin Bryan (HAS Report) (Volume 27)

Moses Austin Bryan was a nephew of Stephen F. Austin who accompanied Austin on many of his travels and served as his personal secretary. Later in life, Moses Austin Bryan wrote the account of experiences during the Texas Revolution and the early days of the Republic of Texas in his Reminiscences. This account is reproduced here and edited for clarity.

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Murder from Within: Lyndon Johnson’s Plot Against President Kennedy

Written in 1974 Murder From Within will show what actually happened to President Kennedy, the consequences of his murder, and what action Americans can take to protect their institutions from further internal assault. The problem of usurpation from within and illegitimate and bloody transfer of power is as old as political history itself. Betrayal from within from the leaders own inner circle dates all the way back to Julius Caesar and Jesus Christ. Centuries ago, several Roman Emperors were killed by their own Praetorian guards. This plot, which involved only a handful of high officials and a few Secret Service Agents, called for President Kennedy to be maneuvered to Dallas and executed in public. His body was then forcibly removed from the control of the Dallas Coroner and flown to Washingon, D.C. to a military hospital. There, autopsy findings were supervised to foil a later investigation and implicate a scapegoat. The plot required a high probability of success. Therefore, it was self-contained: carefully recruited members of the Secret Service- the President’s guards- murdered him. The portability of a motorcade allowed the assassins to escape and the evidence to remain under their control. With their obvious cover as guards, the Secret Service could ensure that the planning would result in the replacement of one chief executive with another who now had the power to cover the crime up. The scapegoat for the crime was placed near the motorcade by being told to look for work at locations on one of two likely parade routes. Once he had a job, the motorcade was planned to pass in front of where he worked. In this way, it would appear that he had found his position by accident. To plan the route first and then place the scapegoat in position would raise serious questions in an investigation about his prior knowledge. Seven years in the making Murder From Within shows exactly and in detail how a small high l

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The Triumph & Tragedy of Lyndon Johnson: The White House Years

From Lyndon Johnson’s closest domestic adviser during the White House years comes a book in which “Johnson leaps out of the pages in all his raw and earthy glory” (The New York Times Book Review) that’s been called “a joy to read” (Stephen Ambrose, The Washington Post Book World).

Califano takes us into the Oval Office as the decisions that irrevocably changed the United States were being crafted to create Johnson’s ambitious Great Society. He shows us LBJ’s commitment to economic and social revolution, and his willingness to do whatever it took to achieve his goals. Califano uncorks LBJ’s legislative genius and reveals the political guile it took to pass the laws in civil rights, poverty, immigration reform, health, education, environmental protection, consumer protection, the arts, and communications.

President Lyndon Johnson was bigger than life—and no one who worked for him or was subjected to the “Johnson treatment” ever forgot it. As Johnson’s “Deputy President of Domestic Affairs” (The New York Times), Joseph A. Califano’s unique relationship with the president greatly enriches our understanding of our thirty-sixth president, whose historical significance continues to be felt throughout every corner of America to this day.

A no-holds-barred account of Johnson’s presidency, The Triumph and Tragedy of Lyndon Johnson is an intimate portrait of a President whose towering ambition for his country and himself reshaped America—and ultimately led to his decision to withdraw from the political arena in which he fought so hard.

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Mamainde Stress: The Need for Strata (SIL International and the University of Texas at Arlington Publications in Linguistics, Vol. 122)

Stress plays an important role in the phonology, morphology, and syntax of Mamaindé. The author uses the current theories of metrical and lexical phonology to analyze this stress system. It is demonstrated that a typical application of metrical rules alone will not predict stress correctly. Instead, Mamaindé must make use of multiple strata in order for stress placement to be predicted.

Note: The Mamaindé, a language of Brazil is also known as Northern Nambikuára (Ethnologue, 15th Ed.2005)

Table of Contents

Acknowledgements
Map

1. Introduction
1.1 Setting
1.2 Linguistic classification
1.3 Purpose
1.4 Source of data
1.5 Limitations
1.6 Overview

2. The Mamaindé Syllable
2.1 Syllable structure
2.2 Syllable weight
2.3 Licensing theory

2.4-2.6 Licensing in Mamaindé
2.4 The primary licenser
2.5 The secondary licenser coda
2.6 The secondary licenser appendix
2.7 The completed Mamaindé syllable
2.8 Syllabification

3. The Data and the Problem
3.1 The phonetics of Mamaindé stress
3.2 Basis of stress
3.3 The data

3.4-3.7 The Problem
3.4 Problem 1. Unpredictable word level stress
3.5 Problem 2. Unstressed heavy syllables
3.6 Problem 3. Light syllables which receive stress
3.7 Problem 4. Lengthened vowels in underlying forms
3.8 Methodology
3.9 Theory power

4. A Previous Solution
4.1 Levels of stress
4.2 Application of Kingston s stress rules
4.3 Problems with the morphological stress rules
4.4 Quantity sensitivity
4.5 Syllable position

5. An Overview of Metrical Phonology
5.1 Arboreal theory
5.2 Grid theory

6. A Metrical Analysis of Mamaindé Stress

7. An Overview of Lexical Phonology

8. A Lexical Analysis of Mamaindé Stress
8.1 The lexical strata
8.2-8.3 The Lexical Rules
8.2 Rules of the lexical component
8.3 Rules of the postlexical component

9. Derivations

10. Metrical Trees versus Metrical Grids
10.1 Practical considerations
10.2 Theoretical implications

Well-Formedness Statements

Appendix: A Comparative Study of Indigenous Brazilian Stress Systems

References

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