The story of Texas public lands; a unique heritage, by Gerald Sewell and Mary Beth Rogers. Designed & illustrated by Charles Shaw.Material type: TextPublisher: [Austin] Texas General Land Office Description: 53 pages illustrations 30 cmContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeSubject(s): Public lands -- Texas -- History | Public lands | TexasGenre/Form: History.DDC classification: 333.1/09764 LOC classification: HD243.T4 | S48Summary: The Land is My Mother - The Sky is My Father -- To Redeem Texas from its Wilderness State -- Holding the Land -- Making of a People -- Use the Land -- For Profit and Public Schools -- The Sooner the Public Domain is Gone -- Land Under Siege -- The Impact of Mechanized Man.
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|UASC Oversized Collection||University of Texas At Tyler University Archives & Special Collections||University Archives & Special Collections||HD243.T4 .S48 1973 (Browse shelf)||Not For Loan||0000001910116|
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Includes bibliographical references (page 50).
The Land is My Mother - The Sky is My Father -- To Redeem Texas from its Wilderness State -- Holding the Land -- Making of a People -- Use the Land -- For Profit and Public Schools -- The Sooner the Public Domain is Gone -- Land Under Siege -- The Impact of Mechanized Man.