Shouldn't that say "one of the first graphical browsers"?
I don't really know the order things appeared but I thought Lynx was one of the first browsers - Lynx source distribution directory Best thing is that it's still current (latest update on the web site is just a few weeks old!)
According to this, lynx was a full 2yrs after the first NeXT browser
Web Browser History - First, Early
If you are after a good history guide - this is an excellent read:
[ame=http://www.amazon.co.uk/Where-Wizards-Stay-Up-Late/dp/0684832674]Where Wizards Stay Up Late: The Origins of the Internet: Amazon.co.uk: Katie Hafner, Matthew Lyon: Books[/ame]
WorldWideWeb by Tim Berners-Lee (on NeXT) was first Web browser because he had to invent http to make it work! Line Mode Browser - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia the first text web browser came very shortly after from CERN well before lynx and even before gopher.