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Winner of the 2002 Summerfield G. Roberts Award for Best Book on Texas and Texans During the Civil War

None But Texians: A History of Terry's Texas Rangers by
Jeffrey D. Murrah

  • Prelude to War (1860-1861)
  • Recruitment and Deployment (1861)
  • The Battle of Shiloh (1862)
  • After Shiloh (1862)
  • Advance and Retreat (1863)
  • The Fight in Georgia (1864)
  • The Road to Surrender (1865)
  • Symbols and Folklore
  • How They Died

Appendix I: Eulogy for B.F. Terry
Appendix II: Regimental Roster
End notes

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"The War Between the States is the most interesting part of our history and without doubt, Terry's Texas Rangers is one of the top few most interesting units. These mounted Texans fought in over a hundred engagements from beginning to end, usually the first to get there and the last to leave. But what is really inspiring about this regimental history is that Jeffrey Murrah shows us who this band of brothers, cousins, friends and neighbors really were – and why they fought as they did."

– Clyde N. Wilson, Professor of History, University of South Carolina, author of Carolina Cavalier: The Life and Mind of James Johnston Pettigrew

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