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  • Shackelford County sketches / by Don H. Biggers ; edited & annotated by Joan Farmer ; with an introd. by Shirley & Clifton Caldwell.

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    • Albany : Clear Fork Press, 1974.
    • 1974
    • 1 item
    FormatCall NumberItem Location
    Text ITRM (Shackelford County) 79-1709Schwarzman Building M2 - Milstein Division Room 121

    Available - Can be used on site. Please visit New York Public Library - Schwarzman Building M2 to submit a request in person.

  • Buffalo guns & barbed wire : two frontier accounts / by Don Hampton Biggers ; introduction by A.C. Greene ; biography by Seymour V. Connor.

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    • Lubbock, TX, USA : Texas Tech University Press, 1991.
    • 1991-1902
    • 1 item
    FormatCall NumberItem Location
    Text ITR 91-8712Schwarzman Building M2 - Milstein Division Room 121

    Available - Can be used on site. Please visit New York Public Library - Schwarzman Building M2 to submit a request in person.

  • German pioneers in Texas. Compiled for the Fredericksburger wochenblatt and Fredericksburg standard.

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    • [Fredericksburg, Texas] Fredericksburg Pub. Co., 1925.
    • 1925
    • 1 item
    FormatCall NumberItem Location
    Text IEK (Biggers, D. H. German pioneers in Texas)Schwarzman Building - Milstein Division Room 121

    Available - Can be used on site. Please visit New York Public Library - Schwarzman Building to submit a request in person.

  • A Biggers chronicle, consisting of a reprint of the extremely rare History that will never be repeated, by Lan Franks (pseud.) and a biography of its author, Don Hampton Biggers, by Seymour V. Connor.

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    • Lubbock, Texas Technological College, Southwest Collection, 1961.
    • 1961
    • 1 item
    FormatCall NumberItem Location
    Text E-11 9587Schwarzman Building - Main Reading Room 315

    Available - Can be used on site. Please visit New York Public Library - Schwarzman Building to submit a request in person.

  • From cattle range to cotton patch. A series of historical sketches dealing with the industrial, social and commercial evolutions that have taken place in western Texas from the beginning of the buffalo slaughter to the present. First published in the Dallas-Galveston News. By Don H. Biggers.

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    • Abilene, Tex., The Abilene Prtg. Co. [1902?]
    • 1902
  • Our sacred monkeys; or, 20 years of Jim and other jams (mostly Jim) the outstanding goat gland specialist of Texas politics, [Microfilm] by Don H. Biggers; a thousand chuckles and a thousand facts, showing the amusing humbuggery of the whole business, particularly since Jim broke into the game in 1914 ...

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    • [Brownwood, Tex., The Jones printing company] c1933.
    • 1933
    • 1 item
    FormatCall NumberItem Location
    Text *ZH IAG p.v. 422-429Offsite
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