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By Rahcel Lofton, Susie Hendrix and Jane Kennedy, 1926. A stirring narrative of adventure, hardship and privation in the early days of Texas, depicting struggles with the Indians and other adventures.
By J.W. Wilbarger, 1890. Reliable accounts of battles, wars, adventures, forays, murders, massacres, etc., together with biographical sketches of many of the most noted Indian fighters and frontiersmen of Texas. Source: Houston Metropolitan Research Center, Houston Public Library
1835 map shows areas of Texas, New Mexico, Arkansas, Louisiana, and Mississippi, Indian territory, and Mexico. Title from printed inscription. Includes insets titled Remarks on Texas, Rivers of Texas, and Land Grants. Scale of map is approximately 100 miles to 1 in. Includes topographical details.
The history of Austin has been filled with events great and small, significant and trivial, historic and amusing. All have contributed to building the city that is first in our hearts. Finding these milestones is one of the pleasures of conducting research in the Austin History Center.
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