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Lone Star: A History of Texas and the Texans Kindle Edition
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Fehrenbach does a good job of identifying and explaining these disparate elements. He develops the role of each group from the early indian tribes through the immigrants of the 19th century. I sensed a little bias for the Anglos who settled the state and fought for the Confederacy, but, overall, he gave me a good understanding for the uniqueness Texas still claims today. Long and detailed, I would recommend this book to anyone looking for an in depth understanding of the Lone Star State.
The "Texas History" books that are in the schools today are "history rewritten", not real history.
This is a classic that every school age Texan should read; buy it for your kids and make them read it. It will serve them well in their future lives.
But - that first 90% is OUTSTANDING.
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