The Conquest of Texas: Ethnic Cleansing In The Promised Land, 1820-1875

By: Anderson, Gary Clayton

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x, 494 pp, quarterbound w/red boards w/red cloth covered spine w/gilt lettering, glossy dark red-black dj w/orange-red-white lettering. The book explores the race relations during the Mexican Republic, the Republic of Texas and early statehood. The author exposes the ethnic warfare that dominated the frontier. The struggle between Anglos and Indians for land. He tells how Scotch-Irish settlers clashed with Wichitas, Caddos, and other farming tribes and then challenged the Comanches and Kiowas for their hunting grounds. He tells how the Texas government encouraged the Rangers to annihilate INdian villages, including women and children, spreading terror so that the survivors and neighboring Native groups would want to leave. The policy succeeded: by the 1870s, Indians had been driven form central and western Texas.

Title: The Conquest of Texas: Ethnic Cleansing In The Promised Land, 1820-1875

Author Name: Anderson, Gary Clayton

Illustrator: Photos & Illustrations

Categories: American Indians, Non-Fiction, History, Americana, Texana,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: Norman, OK, University of Oklahoma Press: 2005

ISBN Number: 0806136987

ISBN Number 13: 9780806136981

Binding: Hard Cover

Book Condition: Near Fine

Jacket Condition: Near Fine

Size: Sm4to from 9" to 11"

Seller ID: 040893

Keywords: Texana Texas History Indians Ethnic Warfare Wichitas Caddos Comanches Kiowas Mexico Frontier