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Papers of the Texas Revolution, 1835-1836

Papers of the Texas Revolution, 1835-1836

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Published by Presidial Press in Austin .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Texas
    • Subjects:
    • Texas -- History -- Revolution, 1835-1836 -- Sources.

    • Edition Notes

      Other titlesMilitary papers of Texas.
      StatementJohn H. Jenkins, general editor.
      ContributionsJenkins, John Holmes.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsF390 .P225 1973
      The Physical Object
      Pagination10 v. ;
      Number of Pages10
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2798464M
      LC Control Number83228370

        The first shots of the Texas Revolution were fired on October 2, , in the town of Gonzales. The Mexican authorities in Texas, nervous about the increased hostility with the Texans, decided to disarm them. A small squad of Mexican soldiers was sent to Gonzales to retrieve a cannon stationed there to fight off Indian attacks. Muster rolls for much of the period of the Revolution () were reconstructed later by members of the companies and filed with the Adjutant General\'s Office. Published muster rolls of soldiers who served in the war are in Muster Rolls of the Texas Revolution. The preface states that the muster rolls come from \"deteriorating manuscripts.\".

      Outstanding book on the Texas Revolution from its beginnings in Gonzales, TX to the aftermath of the Battle of San Jacinto. This book does a great job weaving in the lives of Stephen F. Austin, Sam Houston, David "Davy" Crockett, and a host of other less known Texian and Mexican characters/5. The Papers of the Texas Revolution, – (10 vols., Austin: Presidial Press, ). James M. Robertson, "Captain Amon B. King," Southwestern Historical Quarterly 29 (October ). Texas House of Representatives, Biographical Directory of the Texan Conventions and Congresses, – (Austin: Book Exchange, ).

      Papers of the Texas Revolution, ISBN () Hardcover, Presidial Pr, Texas Revolution and Republic: Materials Relating to the Period from the Beginning of Anglo-American Settlement to Annexation. Historical narratives comprise the Hobart Huson Papers, , , , , concerning the history of Refugio County and 19th century Texas. Addresses relate to the battle of San Jacinto and the Texas Revolution. Three volumes of Huson’s Refugio chronicle the history of Refugio County, Texas.


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The Papers of the Texas Revolution, / John H. Jenkins, general editor. v The Austin Papers are composed primarily of the collected personal and official records of Moses Austin and Stephen F. Austin, documenting an era in Texas history marked by increased Anglo colonization, strained relations with the Mexican government, the Texas Revolution, and eventually the founding of the Republic of Texas.

Book outlining the history of the Texas Revolution and a description of Texas geography, with a map, as well as an appendix containing personal accounts and text excerpts about specific events.

The Texas Revolution, ; Coverage Date. The Papers of the Texas Revolution, The starting place for research on the fledgling Texas republic. It prints several thousand important letters and documents that were printed during the revolutionary era that have never been published before in any form.

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Jenkins, general editor Presidial Press Austin Wikipedia Citation Please see Wikipedia's template documentation for .WESTOVER, IRA J. (ca. –). Ira J. Westover, officer in the Texas Revolution, was born in Massachusetts about He appears to have been in the mercantile business before moving to Texas with his wife, Rebecca Greenleaf Westover, and adopted son (probably his nephew, Lucius W.

Gates) in .