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Apache Indians attacking the Train And Party.—p. 412
(Rice University, 1850)
Spanish, Portuguese, and American women: As they are in their home, in the fields, in the cities, in church, during festivities, in the workshop, and in salons: descriptions and pictures of the Character, Customs, Typical Dress, Manners, Religion, Beauty, Defects, Preoccupations, and Qualities of Women from each of the Provinces of Spain, Portugal, and the Spanish Americas
(Rice University, 1876)
This book covers a broad range of topics treating Spanish, Portuguese, and Latin American women. Passages address each of the provinces of Spain, Portugal, and the Spanish Americas, offering a brief history concerning the ...
Recollections of a Virginian in the Mexican, Indian, and civil wars
(Rice University, 1894)
Reminiscences of the war of the rebelion
(Rice University, 1882)
Memphis durante la peste, carta al editor
(Rice University, 1878)
Introduction [Excerpt from: America and Her Women]
(Fondo Antiguo Biblioteca Ernesto de la Torre Villar, 1890)
Emilia Serrano, the Baroness of Wilson (1834?-1922) was a Spanish writer who produced historical and sociological works, as well as novels, literary translations, and guides to conduct for young women. The book this excerpt ...
Communication from the Commissioner of Indian Affairs
(Rice University, 1848)
The U.S. Serial set is a specially bound, consecutively numbered version of all House and Senate reports and documents. Many, but not all, of the government documents in the Americas archive come originally from the U.S. ...
Journal of George Dunham, 1853
(Rice University, 1853)
From Virginia to Texas, 1835
(Rice University, 1909)