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Austin: University of Texas, 1981. Foreword by Miss Ima Hogg. More than 200 pieces represented in black & white photographs. xi + 387pp., oblong 8vo, green cloth, d.w.; dust wrapper lightly worn. Austin: University of Texas Press, (1981). Second printing. A very good copy in a very good dust wrapper.
May 23, 1844. 3pp. 8vo, modern wrs.; (light foxing). Washington, 1844. John Tyler is responding to a Senate request for information concerning Texas. Contained are printed letters from William Wilkins, Secretary of War, and McClintock Young, Secretary of the Treasury concerning funding from the Treasury Dept. for the payment of troops stationed near the border of Texas. The United States was preparing to invade Texas if Texas was invaded by a foreign power. 28th Congress, 1st Sesseion, Senate, Document 345.....
12pp. 8vo, disbound. Washington, 1844. First Edition. Very Good. John Tyler states he will send military force if Texas is invaded by a foreign power. At this time, the United States was negotiating a treaty of annexation with Texas. Included are a letter from Secretary of State, John C. Calhoun and correspondence between American and Texas officials concerning proposed American military aid. 28th Congress, 1st Session. Senate. Document 349.
Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1935. Illus. with drawings by Lonnie Rees with photographs, facsimiles. 584pp. Tall 8vo, red cloth, edges of corners lightly worn and bumped, top margins throughout very lightly dampstained, some bottom margins lightly dampstained, spine faded from sun exposure. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1935. First Trade Edition "The most thorough work to date on the Texas Rangers. It naturally deals with many Texas outlaws." Adams, Six-Guns, 2333. Howes W-194. Jenkins, Texas History 963.