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Bluebonnets and blood : the romance of "Tejas", by Lenoir Hunt

Label
Bluebonnets and blood : the romance of "Tejas"
Title
Bluebonnets and blood
Title remainder
the romance of "Tejas"
Statement of responsibility
by Lenoir Hunt
Creator
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
Five hundred copies produced. Ours is copy #326 and autographed by the author
Cataloging source
DLC
Illustrations
  • illustrations
  • maps
  • portraits
Index
index present
LC call number
F386
LC item number
.H938 1938
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
Label
Bluebonnets and blood : the romance of "Tejas", by Lenoir Hunt
Instantiates
Publication
Note
"Each of the five hundred copies of the Founders' standard ed. ... is numbered, and autographed by the author"--Label pasted on front paste-down endpaper
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. [405]-409) and index
Contents
Antiquity-the mists lift -- Conquistadores explore "Tejas" -- LaSalle and his great plan -- Mission bells echo in the wilderness -- Prophetic dreams of empire -- "Beyond the Sabine lies Texas!" -- Difficulties in Empire-building -- The colony grows to manhood -- Two civilizations clash -- Like unto colonial trials of '76 -- Dungeon number fifteen -- At the cross-roads -- When patriots quarrel -- Stars rose over Texas -- Texas rebels cross the rubicon -- The Alamo- Shrine of Texas liberty -- "Remember Goliad!" -- The victory that remaps a continent -- Houston at the helm -- Uncle Sam recognizes the Lone Star -- Lamar's triumphs and mistakes -- "Old Sam" called again -- "The architect of annexation" -- Texas, the state, starts life anew -- Early statehood and its achievements -- Secession and reconstruction- Texas Salutes its sixth flag -- Texans give their all for Dixie -- Dick Dowling- Confederate Naval hero -- The lost cause -- "Paradise regained" -- Hogg restores Texas plan of liberty -- Texas in the World War -- The old order passes -- Pioneer echoes- The capitals of Texas -- Historic flags of Texas (and the dramatic origin of State Seal) -- The fourth estate in early Texas -- The Texas Rangers -- The old cattle trails -- The red man in Texas -- Early day life in Colonial Texas
Control code
2593297
Dimensions
24 cm.
Edition
Founders' ed.
Extent
xv, 433 p.
Lccn
38015854
Note
Library's copy 1 (SW Writers): No. 164. Inscribed by author: Lenior [sic] Hunt. From the library of Claude Elliott, gift of Emma Edwin Elliott. Clothbound.
Other physical details
ill.,maps, ports.
Label
Bluebonnets and blood : the romance of "Tejas", by Lenoir Hunt
Publication
Note
"Each of the five hundred copies of the Founders' standard ed. ... is numbered, and autographed by the author"--Label pasted on front paste-down endpaper
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. [405]-409) and index
Contents
Antiquity-the mists lift -- Conquistadores explore "Tejas" -- LaSalle and his great plan -- Mission bells echo in the wilderness -- Prophetic dreams of empire -- "Beyond the Sabine lies Texas!" -- Difficulties in Empire-building -- The colony grows to manhood -- Two civilizations clash -- Like unto colonial trials of '76 -- Dungeon number fifteen -- At the cross-roads -- When patriots quarrel -- Stars rose over Texas -- Texas rebels cross the rubicon -- The Alamo- Shrine of Texas liberty -- "Remember Goliad!" -- The victory that remaps a continent -- Houston at the helm -- Uncle Sam recognizes the Lone Star -- Lamar's triumphs and mistakes -- "Old Sam" called again -- "The architect of annexation" -- Texas, the state, starts life anew -- Early statehood and its achievements -- Secession and reconstruction- Texas Salutes its sixth flag -- Texans give their all for Dixie -- Dick Dowling- Confederate Naval hero -- The lost cause -- "Paradise regained" -- Hogg restores Texas plan of liberty -- Texas in the World War -- The old order passes -- Pioneer echoes- The capitals of Texas -- Historic flags of Texas (and the dramatic origin of State Seal) -- The fourth estate in early Texas -- The Texas Rangers -- The old cattle trails -- The red man in Texas -- Early day life in Colonial Texas
Control code
2593297
Dimensions
24 cm.
Edition
Founders' ed.
Extent
xv, 433 p.
Lccn
38015854
Note
Library's copy 1 (SW Writers): No. 164. Inscribed by author: Lenior [sic] Hunt. From the library of Claude Elliott, gift of Emma Edwin Elliott. Clothbound.
Other physical details
ill.,maps, ports.

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