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You can recount all the best moments in Dallas Cowboys history exactly as they appeared in newspaper print at the time.
- A comprehensive newspaper history of the Cowboys from 1960 onwards
- Embossed in gold and bound in a leatherette hardback for free
- Featuring in-depth articles as originally reported by the Dallas Morning News
- 12.5 x 15 inches of premium content, now updated for the 2018/19 season
- Historic Dallas Cowboys memorabilia
Relive all the greatest moments in Dallas football with the perfect personalised Cowboys gift: the Dallas Cowboys history book. Made from Dallas Morning News newspaper headlines of the time, and with coverage beginning in 1960, the year of the franchise’s debut season, this fine piece of Cowboys memorabilia guides you through the decades, revisiting all the key moments from the Cotton Bowl, Texas Stadium and AT&T Stadium, right up until the present day.
In the 1970s, the Dallas Cowboys reached five Super Bowls in nine years, winning the 1971 and 1977 Championships. This was the Tom Landry era, a period of time which saw “America’s Team” become the only NFL franchise to ever record 20 straight consecutive winning seasons (1966-85). In the 90s, the charge was led quite literally by Emmitt Smith, a man who would become the NFL’s all-time leading rusher, as the Cowboys won three Super Bowls in four years between ’92 and ’95. The Cowboys boast the highest all-time winning percentage of any NFL team, perhaps an indication as to why Forbes named the franchise the most valuable sports team on the entire planet in 2015.
Take a look at the contents to see which historic moments are captured.
How to Personalize Your Cowboys Gift
To truly make this Cowboys book a timeless gift, you can include the individual’s name and a message printed on a certificate on the opening title page. Their name will also be embossed on the front cover free of charge. The hardback cover is bound in a premium leatherette.
Check your personalization: accents and other symbols cannot be used unless otherwise stated.