Riding for the Lone Star : frontier cavalry and the Texas way of war, 1822-1865 /
"The idea of Texas was forged in the crucible of frontier warfare between 1822 and 1865, when Anglo-Americans adapted to mounted combat north of the Rio Grande. This cavalry-centric arena, which had long been the domain of Plains Indians and the Spanish Empire, compelled an adaptive martial tra...
|Published:||Denton, Texas : University of North Texas Press, |
|Series:||American military studies ;
no. 2. |
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