Wildcatters: Texas independent oilmen
Texas Monthly Press, 1984 - Petroleum industry and trade - 234 pages
In the 1970s and 1980s the Texas wildcatter was a recognizable figure in popular culture. Since then, the wildcatter's role is less celebrated but still important, as shown in the new introduction to this edition of a book originally published in 1984 by Texas Monthly Press.
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