Ray Miller's Galveston
More than 400 years of inland history in a vigorous saga relete with photographs and spiced with man-made and natural drama, told by the journalist who has admired the spirit of Galveston since the summer of 1927. An entirely new section of color photographs enlivens this second edition with magnetic views of a town both historic and vital.
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The Great Years 18211900
Disaster and Recovery 19001957
After Will Wilson 19571991
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