Andrew Jackson Potter, the noted parson of the Texan frontier: Six years of Indian warfare in New Mexico and Arizona. Many wonderful events in his ministerial life on the frontier border of western Texas, during a long term of evangelical toils and personal combats with savage indians and during desperadoes, including many hair-breadth escapes

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Title: Andrew Jackson Potter, the noted parson of the Texan frontier
Subtitle: Six years of Indian warfare in New Mexico and Arizona. Many wonderful events in his ministerial life on the frontier border of western Texas, during a long term of evangelical toils and personal combats with savage indians and during desperadoes, including many hair-breadth escapes
Author: Graves, H. A.
Description: Printed document with 1 illustration, 471 pp. Also published under the title: Andrew Jackson Potter, the fighting parson of the Texan frontier.
Citation: Graves, H. A.. Andrew Jackson Potter, the noted parson of the Texan frontier, Six years of Indian warfare in New Mexico and Arizona. Many wonderful events in his ministerial life on the frontier border of western Texas, during a long term of evangelical toils and personal combats with savage indians and during desperadoes, including many hair-breadth escapes. Nashville, Tenn.: M.E. Church, South, 1888. From Woodson Research Center, Rice University. http://hdl.handle.net/1911/27086.

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