A New History of Texas; from the First European Settlement in 1692, Down to the Present Time, Together with a History of the Mexican War, Including Accounts of the Battles of Palo Alto, Resaca de la Palma, the Taking of Monterrey, the Battle of Buena Vista, with a List of the Killed and Wounded, the Capture of Vera Cruz, and the Battle of Cerro Gordo, with an Account of the Late Battles in and Near the City of Mexico; to which Is Added the Treaty of Peace with Mexico. Edward STIFF.
A New History of Texas; from the First European Settlement in 1692, Down to the Present Time, Together with a History of the Mexican War, Including Accounts of the Battles of Palo Alto, Resaca de la Palma, the Taking of Monterrey, the Battle of Buena Vista, with a List of the Killed and Wounded, the Capture of Vera Cruz, and the Battle of Cerro Gordo, with an Account of the Late Battles in and Near the City of Mexico; to which Is Added the Treaty of Peace with Mexico.
A New History of Texas; from the First European Settlement in 1692, Down to the Present Time, Together with a History of the Mexican War, Including Accounts of the Battles of Palo Alto, Resaca de la Palma, the Taking of Monterrey, the Battle of Buena Vista, with a List of the Killed and Wounded, the Capture of Vera Cruz, and the Battle of Cerro Gordo, with an Account of the Late Battles in and Near the City of Mexico; to which Is Added the Treaty of Peace with Mexico.

A New History of Texas; from the First European Settlement in 1692, Down to the Present Time, Together with a History of the Mexican War, Including Accounts of the Battles of Palo Alto, Resaca de la Palma, the Taking of Monterrey, the Battle of Buena Vista, with a List of the Killed and Wounded, the Capture of Vera Cruz, and the Battle of Cerro Gordo, with an Account of the Late Battles in and Near the City of Mexico; to which Is Added the Treaty of Peace with Mexico.

Cincinnati, (OH): George Conclin, E. Shepard's Steam Press, 1849. 12mo. 254 pp. Three wood engraved plates and a chapter head vignette. Recent half-cloth and marbled boards, printed spine label. Very good. Item #46608

Reprint (first published in 1840; reprinted in Cincinnati seven times through this edition). Howes S-998: "One of the most objective accounts of Texas affairs issued in the days of the Republic, written largely from personal knowledge. Later editions included account of the war between Mexico and the United States."

Price: $850.00

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