The days of General Sam Houston, and the possibility of Texas and California forming a republic independent of the United...

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CARMEN OF THE RANCHO

The days of General Sam Houston, and the possibility of Texas and California forming a republic independent of the United States. Hero Bowie saves two girls from Indians, falls in love with one, and deserts her ranch when she will not have him. But he returns to put Indians and raiding Americans out of business and gets the gal.

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Publisher: Doubleday Doran

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Kirkus Reviews Issue: June 15, 1937