3 edition of Zack Bodeway, Texas Ranger found in the catalog.
December 2000 by Fusion Press .
Written in English
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I enjoyed it thoroughly.” —Stephen Coonts, New York Times bestselling author of The Traitor4/4(13). Cox (Texas Disasters,etc.) follows the 19th-century evolution of “a mostly volunteer Indian-fighting force,” founded in a remote province that was still part of Mexico, into “a paramilitary arm of the government” and then “a frontier law enforcement agency.”During his 15 years as public-affairs spokesman for the Texas Department of Public Safety, the author.
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Texas Ranger Captain Frank Jones, Corporal Kirchner, Privates Tucker, Aten and Saunders, and El Paso County Deputy Sheriff Bryant obtained a warrant for the arrest of Jesus-Maria Olguin and his son, Severio, for cattle rustling.
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Part murder mystery, part protagonist self-discovery, this piece takes the reader down to the heart of Texas. Rory Yates is part of the elite Texas Rangers, one of only two hundred in.
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Interesting behavior with vocalizations told of by Texas Ranger Nelson Lee in his book: “ Three Years Among The Comanches,” a story of being held captive by Comanches circa only reason he was kept alive was because his Silver pocket watch made the Comanches think he could talk to the Great Spirit).
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