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Texas A&M University Press concentrations include nautical archaeology, environmental sustainability, military history, presidential studies, borderland studies, and a significant contribution to Texas history and regional landscaping, wildlife, and exploration.


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The American Sea

A Natural History of the Gulf of Mexico

Rezneat Milton Darnell

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Americans All!

Foreign-born Soldiers in World War I

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Among The Wild Mulattos and Other Tales

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Arch Lake Woman

Physical Anthropology and Geoarchaeology

Douglas W. Owsley, Margaret A. Jodry, Thomas W. Stafford Jr., C. Vance Haynes Jr., and Dennis J. Stafford, et al

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The Archaeology of Engagement

Conflict and Revolution in the United States

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Architectural Project

By Alfonso Corona-Martínez; Edited by Malcolm Quantrill; Foreword by Marco Frascari

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Art from the Trenches

America's Uniformed Artists in World War I

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Assumed Identities

The Meanings of Race in the Atlantic World

Edited by John D. Garrigus and Christopher Morris; Introduction by Franklin W. Knight

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