Texas and Mexico in 1846. Comprising the History of Both Countries, With an Account of the Soil, Climate, and Productions of Each. Scholarly examination of the settlements in Texas, the competing land claims, and the climate and agriculture of Texas and Mexico, in which he criticizes the annexation of Texas

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Title: Texas and Mexico in 1846. Comprising the History of Both Countries, With an Account of the Soil, Climate, and Productions of Each. Scholarly examination of the settlements in Texas, the competing land claims, and the climate and agriculture of Texas and Mexico, in which he criticizes the annexation of Texas
Author: Newman, John B.
Description: 32pp.
Citation: Newman, John B.. Texas and Mexico in 1846. Comprising the History of Both Countries, With an Account of the Soil, Climate, and Productions of Each. Scholarly examination of the settlements in Texas, the competing land claims, and the climate and agriculture of Texas and Mexico, in which he criticizes the annexation of Texas. New York [N.Y.]: Wellman, J. K., 1846. From Woodson Research Center, Rice University, Americas collection, 1811-1920, MS 518. http://hdl.handle.net/1911/27055.

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