THE WRITINGS OF SAM HOUSTON: 1821-1847. Amelia Williams, Eugene C. Barker.
THE WRITINGS OF SAM HOUSTON: 1821-1847.
THE WRITINGS OF SAM HOUSTON: 1821-1847.
THE WRITINGS OF SAM HOUSTON: 1821-1847.

THE WRITINGS OF SAM HOUSTON: 1821-1847.

(Houston, Sam).
  • Austin, TX: Pemberton Press, Jenkins Publishing Co, 1970.
  • 8vo
  • cloth
  • variously paginated

Price: $800.00  other currencies

Order Nr. 135364

Second edition. Complete eight volume set in handsome greycloth bindings with black and silver spine titles. Contains over 2,500 entries and 10,000 footnotes. Barker's annotations are an outstanding contribution to the usefulness of the work and include hundreds of biographical sketches. A comprehensive index, long and detailed discussions of virtually every entry. No names, no writing. BASIC 96(A) "Touch more aspects of American and state political history than do the papers of any of Houston's great Texan contemporaries...indispensable reference tool for the study of Southwestern and United States history." -Herbert Gambrell; No research into any facet of Texas history between 1830 and 1860 would be complete without utilization of this work. Barker's annotations are an outstanding contribution to the usefulness of the work, and include hundreds of biographical sketches, many of which were left out of the subsequent Handbook of Texas. Some of the most important letters and document in American history. - Jenkins. From the private reference library of Dorothy Sloan with a commemorative bookplate loosely inserted.