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Author Graham, Don, 1940-

Title Kings of Texas : the 150-year saga of an American ranching empire / Don Graham.

Published New York : Wiley, [2003]


Location Call No. Status
 UniM Bail  976.447306 GRAH    AVAILABLE
Physical description xiii, 289 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Summary The vast, fabulous, and powerful King Ranch, bigger than Rhode Island, is the most famous ranch in American history, and its story has the epic sweep and drama of classic movies like "Red River" and "Giant." In this gripping narrative about a majestic land and enterprising people, Graham explores the intertwined desires of land, ownership, and destiny.
Subject Ranch life -- Texas.
King Ranch (Tex.) -- History.
King Ranch (Tex.) -- Biography.
ISBN 0471394513 (acid-free paper)