Mexico and Texas 1821-1835 : University of Texas Research Lectures on the Causes of the Texas Revolution

By: Barker, Eugene C.

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vii, 167 pp, dark maroon boards w/gilt lettering, dj green-purple w/illustrated front panel. The volume contains four studies that were lectures that were given in 1928, and the fifth paper was read at a meeting of the American Historical Association (1911). The papers were titled: the Racial and Political Background, Mexican Appreciations and Defensive Precautions, Colonial Grievances, The Development of the Revolution, and Public Opinion in Texas Preceding the Revolution. The author states "The Texas Revolution was neither the culmination of a deep-laid program of chicanery and greed, nor the glorious response of outraged freemen to calculated oppression of tyrants. dj sunned spine, dj small chips along the top & bottom edges, the bottoms of some of the pages is uncut, so the book has never been read.

Title: Mexico and Texas 1821-1835 : University of Texas Research Lectures on the Causes of the Texas Revolution

Author Name: Barker, Eugene C.

Categories: Non-Fiction, History, Americana, Texana, Foreign Countries, Political, Southwest,

Publisher: Dallas, TX, P. L. Turner Company: 1928

Binding: Hard Cover

Book Condition: Very Good

Jacket Condition: Very Good-

Size: 8vo - over 8" - 9" Tall Octavo

Seller ID: 036328

Keywords: Texas Revolution Texana Mexico Lectures Spain Racial Political Colonial Grievances