A Facsimile Reproduction in One Volume of History of Texas from its First Settlement in 1685 to its Annexation to the United States in 1846 Vol. I
by H. Yoakum, Esq
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The Steck Company. Good with no dust jacket. 1935. Hardcover. Facsimile reproduction of edition published in 1855. Hard cover published by Steck Co. in 1935. No dust jacket. Dark blue covers. Volumes one and two in one volume. Covers have some scuffing and back cover has two slight scratches. Corners of covers and ends of spine have some rubbing. Name and address of a previous owner are inside front cover. Inside back cover has a note about the book. Fold-out map and document are present. Book is in good condition. 576 pages plus 11 pages of publisher's notes, 3.2 lbs.; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 576 pages .
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- A Facsimile Reproduction in One Volume of History of Texas from its First Settlement in 1685 to its Annexation to the United States in 1846 Vol. I
- H. Yoakum, Esq
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- Used - Good with no dust jacket
- The Steck Company
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- Texas, Texas History, Texana, American History, Spanish Exploration
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