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The Resource History of the north Mexican states

History of the north Mexican states

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History of the north Mexican states
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History of the north Mexican states
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Language
eng
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DLC
Illustrations
  • illustrations
  • maps
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
Series statement
The works of Hubert Howe Bancroft. vol. xv-xvi
Label
History of the north Mexican states
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Publication
Note
  • "Authorities quoted": vol. I, p. xix-xlviii
  • Vol. 2 has title: History of the north Mexican states and Texas, 1801-1889
  • According to W. A. Morris, in Quarterly of the Oregon historical society, v. 4, p. 287-364, these volumes were the work of H. L. Oak., J. J. Peatfield, and William Nemos
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
V. 1. Corteś on the south sea coasts -- Nunõ de Guzman in Sinaloa -- Corteś, Guzman, and Cabeza de Vaca -- Niza, Ulloa, Coronado, and Alarcon -- Annals of Nueva Vizcaya -- Voyages to the north-west -- Maritime explorations -- Explorations to the gulf of California -- Annals of Sinaloa and Sonora -- Annals of Sonora and Sinaloa -- Jesuit occupation of Baja California -- Annals of Nueva Vizcaya -- Nueva Vizcaya history -- New Mexico, Coahuila, and Texas -- Annals of lower California -- Jesuit Annals of lower California -- Lower California--Jesuits and Franciscans -- Sonora and Sinaloa -- Annals of Sonora and Sinaloa -- Last of the Jesuits in Sonora -- Nueva Vizcaya, or Durango and Chihuahua -- Texas, Coahuila, and New Mexico -- Nueva Vizcaya, Provincias internas, intendencia of Durango -- Sonora and Sinaloa -- Franciscans and Dominicans in the Peninsula -- Annals of Baja California. V.2. Texas claimed by the United States -- Invasion of Texas by Americans -- Privateering, piracy and invasions -- Colonization and the empresario system -- The state of Coahuila and Texas -- Mexican oppression and Texan revolts -- Proposed separation of Texas from Coahuila -- Events leading to the revolt of Texas -- Siege and capture of San Antonia de Bej́ar -- Santa Anna's humiliation -- The republic of Texas -- Lamar's administration -- End of the Texan republic -- Texas as a state -- Civil War -- Progress and end of the war -- The reconstruction period -- Texas restored -- Institutional and educational matters -- Industries, commerce, and railroads -- Chihuahua and Durango -- Later history of Chihuahua and Durango -- United Sonora and Sinaloa -- Sonora and Sinaloa as separate states -- Filibustering invasions from California -- French operations in Sonora and Sinaloa -- Revolutions and counter-revolutions -- Lower California -- Lower California -- Institutional -- Resources and commerce
Control code
2397397
Dimensions
24 cm.
Extent
2 v.
Lccn
01023109
Note
  • Library's v.2 c.1 [64617] wdn 4/86.
  • Library's copy 4 of v.1 and v. 2. (SW Writers).
  • Library's copy 5 (SW Writers): Volume 1 only. From the library of Campbell W. Pennington, gift of Campbell W. Pennington (SW Writers Access. No. 90-088).
Other physical details
ill., maps
Label
History of the north Mexican states
Publication
Note
  • "Authorities quoted": vol. I, p. xix-xlviii
  • Vol. 2 has title: History of the north Mexican states and Texas, 1801-1889
  • According to W. A. Morris, in Quarterly of the Oregon historical society, v. 4, p. 287-364, these volumes were the work of H. L. Oak., J. J. Peatfield, and William Nemos
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
V. 1. Corteś on the south sea coasts -- Nunõ de Guzman in Sinaloa -- Corteś, Guzman, and Cabeza de Vaca -- Niza, Ulloa, Coronado, and Alarcon -- Annals of Nueva Vizcaya -- Voyages to the north-west -- Maritime explorations -- Explorations to the gulf of California -- Annals of Sinaloa and Sonora -- Annals of Sonora and Sinaloa -- Jesuit occupation of Baja California -- Annals of Nueva Vizcaya -- Nueva Vizcaya history -- New Mexico, Coahuila, and Texas -- Annals of lower California -- Jesuit Annals of lower California -- Lower California--Jesuits and Franciscans -- Sonora and Sinaloa -- Annals of Sonora and Sinaloa -- Last of the Jesuits in Sonora -- Nueva Vizcaya, or Durango and Chihuahua -- Texas, Coahuila, and New Mexico -- Nueva Vizcaya, Provincias internas, intendencia of Durango -- Sonora and Sinaloa -- Franciscans and Dominicans in the Peninsula -- Annals of Baja California. V.2. Texas claimed by the United States -- Invasion of Texas by Americans -- Privateering, piracy and invasions -- Colonization and the empresario system -- The state of Coahuila and Texas -- Mexican oppression and Texan revolts -- Proposed separation of Texas from Coahuila -- Events leading to the revolt of Texas -- Siege and capture of San Antonia de Bej́ar -- Santa Anna's humiliation -- The republic of Texas -- Lamar's administration -- End of the Texan republic -- Texas as a state -- Civil War -- Progress and end of the war -- The reconstruction period -- Texas restored -- Institutional and educational matters -- Industries, commerce, and railroads -- Chihuahua and Durango -- Later history of Chihuahua and Durango -- United Sonora and Sinaloa -- Sonora and Sinaloa as separate states -- Filibustering invasions from California -- French operations in Sonora and Sinaloa -- Revolutions and counter-revolutions -- Lower California -- Lower California -- Institutional -- Resources and commerce
Control code
2397397
Dimensions
24 cm.
Extent
2 v.
Lccn
01023109
Note
  • Library's v.2 c.1 [64617] wdn 4/86.
  • Library's copy 4 of v.1 and v. 2. (SW Writers).
  • Library's copy 5 (SW Writers): Volume 1 only. From the library of Campbell W. Pennington, gift of Campbell W. Pennington (SW Writers Access. No. 90-088).
Other physical details
ill., maps

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