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Ghost Towns of Texas Paperback – March 15, 1991
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About the Author
T. Lindsay Baker, who holds the W. K. Gordon Chair in Industrial History at Tarleton State University, Stephenville, Texas, is Director of the W. K. Gordon Center for Industrial History, Thurber, Texas, and editor of the Windmiller's Gazette. He is the author of A Field Guide to American Windmills and North American Windmill Manufacturers' Trade Literature: A Descriptive Guide.
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Top Customer Reviews
The historical research is very in-depth and resurrects these "towns that time forgot" in the reader's mind. The book is lavishly illustrated with black and white photos taken by the author, as well as archival material. Highly recommended!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I am enjoying the book. Familiar with a lot the places here in the Texas Panhandle. I know T. Lindsay Baker. An enjoyable fellow lover of History.Published 3 days ago by Amazon Customer
Great book. Lots of great information. Gives history and locations. Paperback.Published 10 months ago by Linda Grenier
Several friends and I started looking at Texas Ghost Towns and ordered this book. Really like the descriptions of the towns and how to find them.Published 14 months ago by Amazon Customer
The book was just what I ordered. It was in good condition and it is a good read for what I wanted it to learn. Read morePublished on April 28, 2013 by Condorcobra
Good detail, a little dated, most of the pictures were taken in the early 1980's not sure what they look like today.Published on March 24, 2013 by keith