The Papers of the Texas Revolution, 1835-1836, Volume 8
Presidial Press, 1973
The starting place for research on the fledgling Texas republic. It prints several thousand important letters and documents that were printed during the revolutionary era that have never been published before in any form. Includes all letters and documents published between January 1, 1835 up to the inaugual address of Sam Houston as President of the Republic of Texas on October 22, 1836.
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