3 edition of Frank Dobie found in the catalog.
Ralph Webster Yarborough
Limited edition of 250 signed copies.
|Other titles||Man and friend.|
|Statement||by Ralph W. Yarborough ; with foreword by Jeff Dykes.|
|Series||Great western series ;, no. 1|
|Contributions||Dykes, Jeff, 1900-, Hudson, Wilson Mathis, 1907- , donor, Webb family, donor, Yarborough, Ralph Webster, 1903- , signer, Dykes, Jeff, 1900- , signer|
|LC Classifications||PS3507.O1833 Z9|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ii, 16 p. :|
|Number of Pages||16|
|LC Control Number||67031643|
\The first Texas-based writer to gain national attention, J. Frank Dobie proved that authentic writing springs easily from the native soil of Texas and the Southwest. In best-selling books such as Tales of Old-Time Texas, Coronado’s Children, and The Longhorns, Dobie captured the Southwest’s folk hi. Introduction by J. Frank Dobie. Stories Of Christmas And The Bowie Knife. by J. Frank Dobie First edition thus. 8vo. Maroon cloth, silver stamping on front cover and spine, gray endpapers, frontis., v .
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Dobie, J. Frank (James Frank), Manuscript Collection MS The Dobie works represented (1, titles) are primarily shorter works dating back to the s, the bulk of which appeared in his newspaper columns. DOBIE, Frank E. 86, of Springfield, passed away peacefully on Sunday, Ma He was born on Aug , in Springfield, the son of the late Frank and Sylvia (Harris) Dobie. Frank .
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Guide To Life And Literature Of The Southwest, With A Few Observations. Frank Dobie $ - $ J. Frank Dobie has 56 books on Goodreads with ratings. Frank Dobie’s most popular book is Coronado's Children: Tales of Lost Mines and Buried Tre.
by Harry H. editors Dobie, J. Frank, Boatright Mody C., Ransom | Jan 1, Hardcover I’ll Tell You a Tale: An Anthology (J. Frank Dobie book Dobie Paperback Library). Called the "Storyteller of the Southwest," James Frank Dobie was born in on his family's cattle ranch in Live Oak County.
During his long life, J. Frank Dobie would live astride two worlds: a rugged life on a Texas cattle ranch and the state's modern centers of scholarly learning. Dobie came to Austin in to teach at the University of /5.
This book has definitely aged well. The text is well written and clear, and although this text is decades older than I am, it didn't feel dated at all. The illustrations are lovely, and the cloth cover of this edition of it is particularly handsome.
Dobie's The Voice of the Coyote is a great read, I'd highly recommend it for coyote nerds like Reviews: J. Frank Dobie, teacher, storyteller, folklorist, historian, and author, was born Septem on a ranch in the South Texas brush country of Live Oak County.
Raised in the toughening, physically bracing traditions of a remote ranching region, Dobie nonetheless. Written inCoronado's Children was one of J. Frank Dobie's first books, and the one that helped gain him national prominence as a folklorist. In it, he recounts the tales and legends of those hardy souls who searched for buried treasure in the Southwest following in the footsteps of that earlier gold seeker, the Spaniard Coronado."These people," Dobie writes in his introduction, "no.
Adame, Amanda (Athletics, College and Career Readines) Adams, Abby (8th Athletics, Applied Literacy, College & Career Readiness) Bagley, Sarah (Math). J. Frank Dobie High School Graduation. July 30 th PM. PISD Veterans Memorial Stadium GRADUATES. Every student participating in graduation must pick up a Graduation Packet on Tuesday July 28 th from 10am-2pm; Every graduate must fill out the COVID19 Screening Tool prior to entering the stadium.
The Ben Lilly Legend brings back to life a great American hunter—the greatest bear hunter in history after Davy Crockett, by his own account and also by the record. Frank Dobie met Lilly and was so struck by this extraordinary man that he collected everything he could find about him.
Lilly was born in Alabama infollowed the bear and the panther westward through Mississippi and Reviews: 2. Lots of love for The Essential J. Frank Dobie, the new book for those who believe “Texas Needs Brains.”.
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Frank Dobie, who wrote the foreword, is a well-known storyteller of Western and Texas history. J Frank Dobie book subjects. History > United States > State & Local; Social Science > Folklore & Mythology; Biography & Autobiography; Southwest U.S.
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Frank Dobie really is an essential book.”—Stephen Harrigan — Stephen Harrigan “What a wonder. The Essential J. Frank Dobie, carefully and graciously edited by Steven L.
Davis, is the book we have long been awaiting. Dobie's unquenchable enthusiasm, passion for our state, and eloquent reveries on the poignant losses of.
We’re celebrating the first book published in The Wittliff’s new literary series with Texas A&M University Press, The Essential J. Frank Dobie, and the companion exhibition. Dobie () was a visionary environmentalist and a fighter for intellectual freedom. Texas has its share of legendary treasure, and Dobie records the lore of the lost mines of the San Saba and Llano rivers, rumors of an untapped vein of wonderfully rich gold west of Paisano Pass in Devil’s River country, tales of forgotten posthole stashes where prosperous frontier ranchers Brand: University of Texas Press.
Frank Dobie met Lilly and was so struck by this extraordinary man that he collected everything he could find about him. Lilly was born in Alabama infollowed the bear and the panther westward through Mississippi and Louisiana to Texas, leaving a trail of stories about his prowess as a hunter and his goodness as a man.
Marston Bates, Archie Carr, J. Frank Dobie, Joseph Wood Krutch, Teilhard de Chardin, Margaret Mead, Paul R. Ehrlich, Theodore Roosevelt, Oliver La Farge Published by Scribner ISBN ISBN A native Texan, J.
Frank Dobie had an inborn knowledge of the men and customs of the trail camps. Cattlemen were as various as the country was big. Ab Blocker was a tall, quiet man who belonged totally to the cattle and the silent plains. But big men often had big. Coronado's Children was the second book written by J.
Frank Dobie, published by The Southwest Press in It deals with lore of lost mines and lost treasures in the American Southwest, for the most part in Texas.
The Spanish explorer Francisco Vásquez de Coronado quested for the fabled Seven Cities of Gold in the 16th century. Dobie thought that recent searchers for lost mines and lost. We realize that a J Frank Dobie High School year book may be hard to find so registering to complete your school's Virtual Yearbook may be the next best thing to finding J Frank Dobie High School yearbooks.
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J. Frank Dobie was one of the preeminent folklorists of Texas history and an outspoken proponent of individual freedoms and preservation of the natural world. He was born on Septemto R. J. and Ella Dobie, a middle class ranching family in Live Oak County Texas. Although he was a "country boy" Mr.
Dobie early in life developed a.When famed Texas author and folklorist J. Frank Dobie passed away inhe left the majority of his estate to create the J.
Frank Dobie Library Trust for the purpose of assisting small Texas libraries in purchasing books. Awards are selected annually by a committee .J.
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