Table of contents for Lone Star justice : the first century of the Texas Rangers / Robert M. Utley.

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I. The Tradition Established: Jack Hays and Walker Creek
2. The Tradition Evolves: Indians
3. The Tradition Evolves: Mexicans
4. The Tradition Nationalized: War with Mexico
5. "Give Us Rangers in Texas"
6. Last Days of the Old Lion: Mexicans and Indians
7. Chaos in Frontier Defense, I86I-I874
8. Institutionalizing the Rangers, I874
9. McNelly and Hall: Border Adventures
IO. The Adventures of Major Jones
II. The El Paso Salt War
I2. "That Far Wild Country": The Trans-Pecos and
the Panhandle

I3. The King Era: I88I-I89I
I4. The Four Captains
I5. End of an Era
I6. A Summing Up
Texas in I9oo
The Indian Frontier of the Republic of Texas, I836-I845
The Mexican Frontier of the Republic of Texas, I836-I845
Taylor's Operations in Northern Mexico, I846-I847
Battle of Monterey, September 20-24, I846
Theater of Hays's Antiguerrilla Operations, i847-I848
The Military Frontier in the I85os
The Cortina Troubles, I859-I860
West Texas in I889
The Texas Panhandle in the I89os
South Texas in I887
Illustrations follow pages II4 and 242.


Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Texas Rangers History 19th century, Frontier and pioneer life Texas, Texas History 1846-1950, Texas History Republic, 1836-1846