Histria Books Announces the Release of “Knights of the Golden Circle in Texas” by Randolph W. Farmer

Las Vegas, NV, September 16, 2022 — (PR.com) — Histria Books is pleased to announce the release of paperback and e-book editions of The Knights of the Golden Circle in Texas by Randolph W. Farmer. The book is published by Vita Histria, an academic imprint of Histria Books dedicated to outstanding scholarly work in a variety of fields.

The Golden Circle Knights (KGC) played a major role in starting the Civil War in the United States. Although intended to remain a secret organization of conspirators, it is perhaps the best-documented conspiracy in United States history. The KGC’s goal was the creation of a new society separate from the United States dedicated to the preservation and expansion of slavery in Latin America.

The Knights of the Golden Circle in Texas relies on materials created by the organization and its members that have not previously been used by researchers. Many members of this organization remained in positions of authority in state affairs long after the abolition of slavery. According to Midwest Book Review, The Knights of the Golden Circle in Texas, “goes well beyond previously published work to establish the identity of the members of this organization who promoted and encouraged the most disastrous war in American history” . , rigorous study of a violent and clandestine organization.

Randolph W. Farmer is a native Texan from a family whose ancestors arrived in Texas as early as 1817 when it was still a Spanish possession. He is the author of two previously published books on Texas history.

The Knights of the Golden Circle in Texas 364 pp., Softbound, ISBN 978-1-59211-157-2, is available at HistriaBooks.com and all major book retailers. It is also available in hard copy and as an eBook. Titles published under the various brands of Histria Books are distributed worldwide by the group of independent publishers. For more information about publishing with Histria Books, please visit HistriaBooks.com or contact us at [email protected]

Colin L. Johnson