1023. NATURAL HISTORY. Lot of 21 volumes on natural history. Very good to fine. 1886-1981.

CARSEY, Dorothy Ogden. Foraminifera of the Cretaceous of Central Texas. Austin: University of Texas, 1926.

CARTER, William T. Jr., H.G. Lewis & H.W. Hawker. Soil Survey of Bell County, Texas. Washington: GPO, 1918.

CARTER, William T., Jr. & George N. Coffey. Reconnoissance Soil Survey of the Panhandle Region of Texas. Washington: Government Printing Office, 1911.

GANNETT, Henry. A Gazetteer of Texas. Washington: Government Printing Office, 1904.

GLAZENER, W.C. Food Habits of Wild Geese on the Gulf Coast of Texas [wrapper title]. N.p., 1946.

HAISLET, John A. (ed.). Famous Trees of Texas. N.p.: Texas Forest Service, 1970.

HOLDSWORTH, John B. The Birds of Zavala County (Texas). N.p., n.d.

KRIEGER, Alex D. Culture Complexes and Chronology in Northern Texas, with Examples of Puebloan Datings to the Mississippi Valley. Austin: University of Texas, 1946.

LEHMANN, Valgene W. Habitat Improvements for Quail: Tested Methods for Raising Quail in their Native Territories by Providing Suitable Food and Cover [wrapper title]. Austin: Texas Game, Fish, & Oyster Commission, 1941.

MAXWELL, Ross A. Mineral Resources of South Texas: Region Served Through the Port of Corpus Christi. Austin: University of Texas, 1962.

NELSON, George S. Preliminary Archaeological Survey and Testing of Fort Inge, Texas. Uvalde County Historical Commission, 1981.

PARKS, H.B. & V.L. Cory. The Fauna and Flora of the Big Thicket Area. Huntsville: State Teachers College, 1938.

PATTERSON, J.T. The Corner-Tang Flint Artifacts of Texas. Austin: University of Texas, 1936.

PEARCE, J.E. Tales that Dead Men Tell. Austin: University of Texas, 1935.

PEARCE, J.E. Need and Opportunities for Anthropological Research in the Southwest. Austin, 1924.

PEARCE, J.E. & A.T. Jackson. A Prehistoric Rock Shelter in Val Verde County, Texas. Austin: University of Texas, 1933.

PLUMMER, F.B., H.B. Bradley & F.K. Pence. Clay Deposits of the Cisco Group of North-Central Texas. Austin: University of Texas, 1949.

SHUMARD, George G. A Partial Report on the Geology of Western Texas...with an Appendix Giving a Detailed Report on the Geology of Grayson County. Austin: State Printing Office, 1866.

SINGLEY, J.A. Contributions to the Natural History of Texas. Part I: Texas Mollusca. Part II: Texas Birds. Austin: Geological Survey of Texas, 1893.

SMITH, William G., J.H. Agee, W.I. Watkins & W.A. Rockie. Soil Survey of Eastland County, Texas. Washington: Government Printing Office, 1917.

SOUTHERN PACIFIC RAILROAD. West Texas: Its Soil, Climate and Possibilities. Houston: Southern Pacific, (ca. 1904).

TEXAS GAME, FISH AND OYSTER COMMISSION. Review of Texas Wild Life and Conservation. Protective Efforts from 1879 to the Present Time.... Austin, 1929.

THARP, Benjamin Carroll. Texas Range Grasses. Austin: University of Texas Press, 1952.

THARP, Benjamin Carroll. The Vegetation of Texas. Houston: Anson Jones Press, 1939.

UDDEN, J.A. The Texas Meteor of October 1, 1917. Austin: University of Texas, 1917.

WENDORF, Fred, Alex D. Krieger & Claude C. Albritton. The Midland Discovery: A Report on the Pleistocene Human Remains from Midland, Texas. Austin: University of Texas Press, 1955.

WHITEHOUSE, Eula. Texas Flowers in Natural Colors. Austin: Texas Book Store, 1936.

WOODBURY, George & Edna Woodbury. Prehistoric Skeletal Remains from the Texas Coast. Globe, Arizona: [Privately printed for] The Medallion, 1935.


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