2 edition of Texas in 1840, or The emigrant"s guide to the new republic found in the catalog.
Texas in 1840, or The emigrant"s guide to the new republic
|Statement||by an emigrant late of the United States ; with an introduction by Rev. A.B. Lawrence ...|
|Series||Western Americana, 1550-1900 -- reel 531, no. 5341.|
|Contributions||Lawrence, A. B., Allen, William W., New York, publisher.|
|LC Classifications||F390 .T38|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||2 p. l., vii-xxii, -275 p.|
|Number of Pages||275|
|LC Control Number||87745986|
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Publications such as Mary Austin Holley's Texas inthe advertising pamphlets of the Galveston Bay and Texas Land Company in the early s, and Texas in or the Emigrant's Guide to the New Republic (author unknown) encouraged Americans to come to Texas.
During the days of the republic Europeans were informed about Texas by such books. Later edition: A history of Texas, or The emigrant's guide to the new republic. New York, "Prairies of Texas. By William Cullen Bryant": pages Description: xxii, , pages,  leaf of plates: illustrations ; 20 cm.
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How the West Really Lost God: A New Theory of Secularization (Paperback or Softb. Breach of Trust (Paperback or Softback).).Seller Rating: % positive. A History of Texas, or the Emigrants Guide to the New Republic, by a Resident Emigrant, Late from the United States noted by Jenkins as "a valuable work on the Republic of Texas." First published inwith the title "Texas in ," with the frontispiece being one of the earliest views of Austin.
This is "an important Texas book. The Republic of Texas (Spanish: República de Tejas) was a sovereign nation in North America that existed from March 2,to Februalthough Mexico considered it a rebellious province during its entire existence.
It was bordered by Mexico to the west and southwest, the Gulf of Mexico to the southeast, the two U.S. states of Louisiana and Arkansas to the east and Government: Unitary Presidential. As the decade of the s drew to a close on the newly formed and high controversial Republic of Texas, one other history-cum-immigrant guide found its way into print in America.
Hardly a patrician, its author, Edward Stiff, a Virginian by birth, had occupied himself as a hatter in Baltimore, Maryland, before making a visit to Texas in TCU, Going to Texas: Five Centuries of Texas Maps, p.
4, Color Plate 20 (p. 43): “This first travel guide for the new Republic of Texas became the standard map for American settlers.” Vandale Texianameter Streeter The contents of this Guide, the first general guide to Texas, are pretty well stated in its title.
It must have been a. Scope and Contents. The Merchant Shipping in the Republic of Texas Collection is comprised of manifests, licenses, financial and legal documents, a letter, and a variety of other documents related to licensing vessels involved in shipping merchandise in and out of the ports of the Republic of Texas.
Treaties between the Republic of Texas and other nations,cubic ft. Related records are: Secretary of State, Diplomatic correspondence (including correspondence originally filed with the treaties), Records relating to the Joint United States/ Republic of.
A report by the Texas Demographic Center analyzed the state’s migration patterns for the period in detail. On average, only about 16 percent of moves in this period represented net migration to the state (Exhibit 3).The remainder moved within Texas, with nearly 61 percent staying within the same such moves don’t change the state’s total.
Guide to Texas with an Excellent, Early Map of Texas STIFF, Edward. The Texan Emigrant: Being a Narration o on List of Emigrants from Kreis Herford Emigrants from Ostbevern to America, American Immigrants from East Westphalia, Rheinland-Pfalz, Palatinate Mainz, Germany, Emigration Register, (at Ancestry/requires payment) Auswandererdatei des Stadtarchivs Koblenz PDF list of 1, emigrants from the city of Koblenz.
Lithographic view of Austin, Texas, circa From: Texas inor, The Emigrant's Guide to the New Republic, Rare Book Division. 13Marilyn McAdams Sibley, Travelers in Texas, o (Austin, ), 14Few of the emigrant's guidebooks contain information about Northeast Texas or Dallas.
Exceptions are Richard S. Hunt and Jesse F. Randel, A New Guide to Texas (New York, ), and Smith's Account of a Journey Through North-Eastern Texas, written in A history of Texas, or, The emigrant's guide to the new republic, by a resident emigrant, late from the United States Publisher New York: Nafis and Cornish, Another prominent guide was The Prairie Traveler, by Capt.
Randolph B. Marcy in Marcy graduated from West Point and fought in the Black Hawk War in Illinois and Wisconsin, then fought in the Mexican War in the southwest and the territory of southern California.
He was then assigned to escort emigrants to Texas and Oklahoma.