DescriptionJames T. DeShields. Tall Men With Long Rifles. San Antonio: The Naylor Company, 1935. First edition limited to 500 copies (this copy unnumbered) and signed by the author on the limitation/half-title page. Octavo. xiv, , 240 pages. Illustrated. Publisher's original red cloth lettered in black ink. Dust jacket. An account of the Texas Revolution as told by Captain Creed Taylor (1820-1906) who fought from Gonzales to San Jacinto.
Condition: Light shelf wear to boards; contents toned, more so along the edges as is typical with this title. Jacket browned with a few closed tears and some chipping along the edges, else very good condition.
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