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SOUTHWESTERN HISTORICAL QUARTERLY - VOLUME L, COMPLETE IN FOUR ISSUES.

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Place Published: Austin
Publisher: Southwestern Historical Quarterly
Date Published:
Edition: First Edition
Binding: Wraps
Condition: FINE
Book Id: 10476

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Volume L, No. 1,2,3, 4 full issues. With 19pp. on Lizzie E. Johnson, plus Early Days in Milam County; the Reminiscences of Susan Turnham McCown edited by L. W. Kemp; Four Texas Publishers; 2nd half of the reproduction of a copy of the Emory map of Texas which was transmitted by President John Tyler to the Senate of U.S. in 1844 when the annexation of Texas was being considered. And other essays.

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These issues contain: First half of the large folding Map of Texas and the Countries Adjacent compiled for the State Department under the direction of J. J. Abert by W. H. Emory, War Department, 1844. 2nd half large folding map, LIZZIE E. JOHNSON: A Cattle Queen of Texas, Colonizing Projects in Texas South of the Nueces, 1820-1845 by LeRoy Graf, Geographic Notes on Spanish Texas El Orcoquisac and Los Horconsitos by Harbert Davenport and includes map of Liberty to Anahuac, Union Sentiment in Texas 1861 -1865,



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