The volume under review, Texas Ranger Biographies: Those Who Served, 1910-1921, is a companion to their earlier publication. It presents a treasure trove of information on 1,782 men who wore the Ranger badge during a troubled decade, and provides valuable insights into understanding. Cheap Fish That Can Make You Sick Is Being Served in Some Sushi Restaurants. This Defense Day We Salute All Those Who Served To Protect Our Country.
Every reader will find some interesting and fascinating material within the 400-plus pages of Texas Ranger Biographies: Those Who Served 1910-1921. Start by marking "Texas Ranger Biographies: Those Who Served, 1910-1921" as Want to Read The Mexican Revolution was launched from Texas on November 20, 1910, and throughout the following decade the state would remain a hotbed of revolutionary activity and intrigue. It was in Texas that Mexican factions organized juntas, recruited cannon fodder, raised money, smuggled arms and ammunition, marketed loot and These years also served as a turning point in the history of the Texas Rangers.