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Gone to Texasengagingly tells the story of the Lone Star State, from the arrival of humans in the Panhandle more than 10,000 years ago to the opening of the twenty-first century. Focusing on the state's successive waves of immigrants, the book offers an inclusive view of the vast array of Texans who, often in conflict with each other and always in a struggle with the land, created a history and an idea of Texas. New to this Edition * Chapter 19 covers the years from 2001 to 2011 * Chapter 20 expands on the concept of the "Texas Mystique" in the twenty-first century * Revised and updated chapters include the latest scholarship on American Indians, particularly the Comanches * A revised and extended select bibliography for every chapter
Randolph B. "Mike" Campbell is Lone Star Professor of History at the University of North Texas.
Table of Contents
|Maps and Illustrations||p. ix|
|The First Texans||p. 1|
|Exploration and Adventure, 1519-1689||p. 24|
|Spanish Texas, 1690-1779||p. 48|
|Spanish Texas in the Age of Revolutions, 1779-1821||p. 74|
|Mexican Texas, 1821-1835||p. 98|
|The Texas Revolution, 1835-1836||p. 127|
|The Republic of Texas, 1836-1846||p. 157|
|Frontier Texas, 1846-1861||p. 185|
|Empire State of the South, 1846-1861||p. 205|
|The Civil War, 1861-1865||p. 237|
|Reconstruction, 1865-1876||p. 266|
|The Old West, 1877-1900||p. 288|
|The New South and the Populist Revolt, 1877-1900||p. 304|
|The Progressive Era, 1901-1920||p. 332|
|The "Prosperity Decade," 1921-1929||p. 358|
|The Great Depression and World War II, 1929-1945||p. 374|
|The Rise of Modern Texas, 1945-1971||p. 406|
|Modern Texas, 1971-2001||p. 439|
|Texas in the New Millennium, 2001-2010||p. 465|
|The Texas Mystique in the Twenty-First Century||p. 477|
|Select Bibliography||p. 484|
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