After San Jacinto: the Texas-Mexican Frontier, 1836-1841. Joseph Milton Nance.

After San Jacinto: the Texas-Mexican Frontier, 1836-1841

Hardcover, Austin: University of Texas Press, 1970. Second Printing. Near Fine in Very Good+ dust jacket. A history of Texas from the Battle of San Jacinto until the failure and capture of the Texan Sante Fe expedition. It is a story of raids and counter-raids and the seemingly endless disputes between Texas and Mexico centered on the borderlands between the Nueces and the Rio Grande. Although neither Texas nor Mexico had the money and organization to launch a full war, the years 1836-1841 saw many small conflicts and skirmishes. This book was the first history to use original primary sources to tell the story of Texas-Mexico relations during these years. With 16 illustrations and 4 fold-out maps. All fold-out maps present. This book appears unread and the maps appear never to have been unfolded. Book is clean and tight. Remainder mark on bottom page edge. Dust jacket is price clipped with a bit of tanning. Dust jacket has a few small wrinkles in front jacket flap. Dust jacket now protected in Mylar. Ships same or next business day. ; Maps; Large 8vo 9" - 10" tall; 642 pages. [Item #71262]

Price: $100.00

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