The Resource Corrected and epitomized lessons of Texas history : Part 1 : period of 1518 to 1807, by J.O. Dyer

Corrected and epitomized lessons of Texas history : Part 1 : period of 1518 to 1807, by J.O. Dyer

Label
Corrected and epitomized lessons of Texas history : Part 1 : period of 1518 to 1807
Title
Corrected and epitomized lessons of Texas history
Title remainder
Part 1 : period of 1518 to 1807
Statement of responsibility
by J.O. Dyer
Creator
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Label
Corrected and epitomized lessons of Texas history : Part 1 : period of 1518 to 1807, by J.O. Dyer
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • Cover title
  • "First printed in the Galveston News serially"--Prelim. page
  • No more published
Contents
The name of Texas -- Discovery and exploration in Texas -- The death of La Salle -- The end of the first French colony -- Early activities by Spain in Texas -- First missions in Texas -- Further activities of Spain in Texas -- St. Denys' romantic career -- The French at San Bernardo Bay -- Map is faulty -- Reached native home -- Spain colonized Texas -- Colonization of Texas by Spain (continued) -- Colonization of Texas by Spain (continued) -- More missions established -- Texas history from 1750 -- Bernardo De Galvez -- The decline of the missions -- The Alamo -- Bernardo De Galvez: American invasion of Texas -- Meet with Comanches -- The Texan border line -- Spain becomes uneasy -- A bloodless campaign -- Texas flourishing -- The decadence of Spain -- Drew attention to Texas -- Burr goes West -- Colonel Burr's activities in the West -- Interesting State papers -- William Charles Claiborne -- President refers to Texas
Control code
4479295
Extent
11 leaves
Note
Library's copy 1 (SW Writers): From the library of Claude Elliott, gift of Emma Edwin Elliott. Errata slip tipped in. In original printed wrappers. Library binding.
Other physical details
ill. ; 27 cm.
Label
Corrected and epitomized lessons of Texas history : Part 1 : period of 1518 to 1807, by J.O. Dyer
Publication
Note
  • Cover title
  • "First printed in the Galveston News serially"--Prelim. page
  • No more published
Contents
The name of Texas -- Discovery and exploration in Texas -- The death of La Salle -- The end of the first French colony -- Early activities by Spain in Texas -- First missions in Texas -- Further activities of Spain in Texas -- St. Denys' romantic career -- The French at San Bernardo Bay -- Map is faulty -- Reached native home -- Spain colonized Texas -- Colonization of Texas by Spain (continued) -- Colonization of Texas by Spain (continued) -- More missions established -- Texas history from 1750 -- Bernardo De Galvez -- The decline of the missions -- The Alamo -- Bernardo De Galvez: American invasion of Texas -- Meet with Comanches -- The Texan border line -- Spain becomes uneasy -- A bloodless campaign -- Texas flourishing -- The decadence of Spain -- Drew attention to Texas -- Burr goes West -- Colonel Burr's activities in the West -- Interesting State papers -- William Charles Claiborne -- President refers to Texas
Control code
4479295
Extent
11 leaves
Note
Library's copy 1 (SW Writers): From the library of Claude Elliott, gift of Emma Edwin Elliott. Errata slip tipped in. In original printed wrappers. Library binding.
Other physical details
ill. ; 27 cm.

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