Texas Heritage Bookshop Hopkins County Genealogical Society Library 212 Main St., Sulphur Springs, TX 75482 Specializing in Books about Texas and Texans.
(Please add $4.00 shipping for the first book and $2.00 each for additional books.)
Title / Author / Description / Cover / Price
A Place Called Hopkins County by Bobby McDonald, interviews of older residents tell stories of early county history, soft cover, $30.25
Plowing Deep by Bobby McDonald, more local stories about early county history, soft cover, $30.25
Out of Darkness by Bobby McDonald, the story of African American history in Hopkins County, soft cover, $30.25
The Bootlegger's Other Daughter by Mary Cimarolli, personal family history, hardback, $27.01
Building on Trust by Mary Leta Davis, history of Sulphur Springs Loan & Building Association, hardback, $10.83
Miller Grove School Pictorial History Book by Brandon Darrow, 150 years of school memories, lists of graduates, individual and group photos, hard cover, $32.48
Miller Grove Methodist Church History by Dr. Patsy Hallman, history of the community church plus cemetery listings, soft cover, $18.00
Letters from Miss Edna by Dr. Patsy Hallman, personal correspondence between 1925-1975 detailing events of local importance in the Miller Grove community as well as county and national events impacting an ordinary family living in the 20th century, soft cover, $20.00
Taste, Tales and Traditions -- 150 Years in Sulphur Springs, pub. by Sulphur Springs Sesquicentennial Committee 2004, hardback, $40.00
The First Texas Legion, story of the Texas Confederate regiment that began in Lavaca Co. TX and grew into one of the only two "Legions" raised in Texas during the Civil War, by Allen G. Hatley, hardback, $31.95
Following Old Fencelines -- Tales from Rural Texas, description of the culture of a small, isolated community in Northeast Texas 50 years ago, by Lee Winniford, hardback, $32.42
Texas Tears and Texas Sunshine -- Voices of Frontier Women, stories from sixteen women about everything from log cabin days of colonization to settlement of the South Plains, edited by Jo Ella Powell Exley, hardback, $32.42
Robert E. Lee in Texas, story of the great general's career and service in Texas during the four years just preceding the Civil War, by Carl Coke Rister, soft cover, $21.60
Biscuits Across the Brazos by Jim H. Ainsworth recalls the pain and pleasure of retracing an ancestral journey by wagon and horseback to Delta County. soft cover, $16.24
Home Light Burning by Jim H. Ainsworth, a story of two Confederates trying to return to Texas after the war to piece together shattered former lives, soft cover, $27.01
Brush Men and Vigilantes by David Pickering and Judy Falls clearly shows how tensions led to violence that took place in Hunt and Hopkins Counties during and after the Civil War. hardback, $27.00
The Diaries of John Gregory Bourke, Vol. 1 by Charles M. Robinson III, unique insights into how wars against the Indians were conducted during the late 19th century, hardback, $54.06
Famous Texas Feuds by C.L. Douglas, the blood-stained story of the most important of the violent feuds that ravaged a number of Texas counties during the nineteenth century, soft cover $18.35
The Greatest Texas Sports Stories You’ve Never Heard by Al Pickett, mixture of stories about both famous and not-so-famous sports figures spanning a variety of sports, soft cover, $16.18
Legendary Watering Holes – The Saloons That Made Texas Famous by Richard Selcer, entertaining and informative accounts of four legendary Texas establishments: Jack Harris’s Vaudeville Saloon and Theater in San Antonio, Ben Dowell’s Saloon in El Paso, the Iron Front of Austin, and the White Elephant of Fort Worth, hardcover, $32.42.
Hands to the Spindle, Texas Women and Home Textile Production 1822-1880 by Paula Mitchell Marks, day-to-day activities of Texas women spinners and weavers displaying their abilities and their dreams of a better future, hardback, $21.60.
Gospel Tracks Through Texas, The Mission of Chapel Car by Wilma Rugh Taylor, story of the 1895 railroad car bringing the “good news” of the evangelical Gospel to transient railroad workers that lasted over 50 years, hardback, $32.42.
The History of Texas Music by Gary Hartman, from early Apache ceremonial dances to the driving blues-rock-boogie sounds of ZZ Top, this is the first in-depth history of the multifaceted musical heritage of Texas, softcover $21.60.
Come to Texas, Enticing Immigrants 1865-1915 by Barbara J. Rozek, tracing the efforts of the statement government and private organizations to entice people to Texas, hardback, $43.25.
Savage Frontier, Vol. I 1835-1837, Rangers, Riflemen and Indian Wars in Texas by Stephen L. Moore, in-depth look at the origins of the Texas Rangers and how they contributed to the early settlement of Texas, softcover, $21.60.
Historic Hotels of Texas, A Traveler’s Guide by Liz Carmack, profiles of sixty-four historic hotels that are at least 50 years old, softcover, $24.90.