IMAGINARY KINGDOM.: Texas as Seen by the Rivera and Rubi Military Expedition, 1727 and 1767.
by Jackson, Jack and William Foster, Edited by
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This is the first English translation of the Pedro de Rivera diary of 1727 and the first publication of the heretofore-unknown Marqués de Rubí Diary of 1767. Written during military inspections of New Spain's far northern frontier, both documents are crucial for scholars and students of the Spanish presence in Texas. Annotated by William Foster. Illustrated with early maps. Contains many references to early ranching.
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- Maggie Lambeth (US)
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- IMAGINARY KINGDOM.
- Jackson, Jack and William Foster, Edited by
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- 1st trade edition
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- Ranching; Texas
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