Amarillo the story of a western town by paul h carlson lubbock texas tech university press 2006 xv 283 pages 53 photos 3 maps paul carlson professes history at texas tech and has authored several books some being deep time and the texas high plains the cowboy way and the plains indians which was translated into french hes credentialed and applauded youll enjoy his amarillo its the first full history of the town it should be widely purchased its a good book . Named by true west magazine as one of the fifty most western towns in america this city of 176000 people remains rooted in its western past yet at the same time amarillos background and outlook. Get this from a library amarillo the story of a western town paul howard carlson history of the founding of amarillo and its progress from a small cowtown to the second largest city on the texas high plains includes social cultural economic and political aspects of the . Amarillo the story of a western town april 2007 linda wommack dont be misled by the cover while clever it gives a sort of wish you were here feeling once inside the book though the texan city of amarillo unfolds in an easy home porch discussion of the history this book packs it all in from the citys agricultural beginnings in the
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