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By: Donoghue, David.
Publisher: Austin, TSHA:
Inventory Number: 006603
Condition: Very Good+
3 pp., map showing route of Pike acress Texas. Reprint from SOUTHWESTERN HISTORICAL QUARTERLY, XXXIX, pp. 135-138, October 1935. View more info
By: Reid, John C.
Publisher: Austin, Steck Co.: 1935
Inventory Number: 015822
245 pp. Important early account of the Gadsden Purchase. Reid left Alabama in 1859 with the Mesilla Valley Company whose purpose was to explore the new Gadsden Purchase. Fine reprint of a journal of travel through Texas, New Mexico, Arizona, Sonora, & California for ten months. Original (1858) is very rare early account of Texas after the Republic years. View more info
Publisher: Austin, TSHA: 1948
Inventory Number: 018352
230 pp., illus., index. Williamson came to Texas around 1827, was a lawyer, newspaper editor, alcalde, a Texas Ranger during the Revolution, a judge and lawmaker in the Republic of Texas. This copy has the seldom seen original red & light gray d.j. with an outline of Texas with a scroll & pen inside. View more info
Publisher: Austin, TSHA: 1997
Inventory Number: 009819
328 pp., illus., map, index. A detailed insight into frontier army life along the border and the impending secession crisis. A rare & dramatic firsthand account of the Cortina War. View more info
Publisher: Bryan, 1970
Edition: reprint edition
Inventory Number: 009791
Ports. Reprint of rare 1885 article in Parson's Memorial Hist. Magazine. Contains some biographical sketches & ports. of prominent cattlemen attending the convention. Ltd. 400c. Reese 120 #113-note. View more info
Publisher: Austin, Book Club of Tx.: 1995
Edition: 1st. Of This Ed.
Inventory Number: 012822
109 pp., map, illus, index. The Wrights were Irish immigrants who served in the Mounted Rifles on the Texas frontier for several years in the 1850s. As well as a military memoir this is also a travelogue of Texas in the antebellum decade set down from the outlook of foreign visitors. Fine new edition of one of the rarest Texas books. Ltd. to 300 copies. View more info