From San Antonio to Eagle Pass, Chapter XXIV [Excerpt from: Voyage to the United States, Vol. 3 ]

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Title: From San Antonio to Eagle Pass, Chapter XXIV [Excerpt from: Voyage to the United States, Vol. 3 ]
Author: Prieto, Guillermo, 1818-1897
Translator: Gauthereau-Bryson, Lorena
Abstract: In this section of Guillermo Prieto’s travel journal, he describes his trip from San Antonio, through the towns of Castroville, Uvalde, Batesville, Fort Clark, Eagle Pass, and finally, back across the border to Piedras Negras, Coahuila. The chapter begins with a poem negatively describing this trip, signed with his pseudonym, Fidel. He includes a brief description of Eagle Pass, Texas, and his impressions regarding the US-Mexico border. The chapter also ends with a poem, which expresses his joy at returning to Mexico.
Description: Volume 3 of 3 (532 p.), illustrated, 23 cm.
Citation: Prieto, Guillermo. From San Antonio to Eagle Pass, Chapter XXIV [Excerpt from: Voyage to the United States, Vol. 3 ]. Translated by Gauthereau-Bryson, Lorena. Books, Travel literature and Memoirs. Mexico: Imprenta del Comercio, Dublan y Chavez, 1877. From Rice University. http://hdl.handle.net/1911/36241.

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