Order Nr. 136397 AGUAYO EXPEDITION INTO TEXAS / 1721: AN ANNOTATED TRANSLATION OF THE FIVE VERSIONS OF THE DIARY KEPT BY BR JUAN ANTONIO DE LA PEÑA. Richard G. Santos.
AGUAYO EXPEDITION INTO TEXAS / 1721: AN ANNOTATED TRANSLATION OF THE FIVE VERSIONS OF THE DIARY KEPT BY BR JUAN ANTONIO DE LA PEÑA.
AGUAYO EXPEDITION INTO TEXAS / 1721: AN ANNOTATED TRANSLATION OF THE FIVE VERSIONS OF THE DIARY KEPT BY BR JUAN ANTONIO DE LA PEÑA.
AGUAYO EXPEDITION INTO TEXAS / 1721: AN ANNOTATED TRANSLATION OF THE FIVE VERSIONS OF THE DIARY KEPT BY BR JUAN ANTONIO DE LA PEÑA.
AGUAYO EXPEDITION INTO TEXAS / 1721: AN ANNOTATED TRANSLATION OF THE FIVE VERSIONS OF THE DIARY KEPT BY BR JUAN ANTONIO DE LA PEÑA.
AGUAYO EXPEDITION INTO TEXAS / 1721: AN ANNOTATED TRANSLATION OF THE FIVE VERSIONS OF THE DIARY KEPT BY BR JUAN ANTONIO DE LA PEÑA.

AGUAYO EXPEDITION INTO TEXAS / 1721: AN ANNOTATED TRANSLATION OF THE FIVE VERSIONS OF THE DIARY KEPT BY BR JUAN ANTONIO DE LA PEÑA.

(Texas).
  • Austin, TX: Jenkins Publishing Co., 1981.
  • oblong 4to
  • cloth
  • [1-16] 133 [1, blank] pages

Price: $200.00  other currencies

Order Nr. 136397

First edition. A fine copy. Facsimile plans and maps. The Aguayo Expedition, a response to the French invasion of 1719, "resulted in the increase of the number of missions in Texas from two to ten, the increase in the number of presidios from one to four, the strengthening of the military force from fifty to 269 soldiers, and the establishment of so definite a Spanish claim to Texas that it was never again disputed by France or by the French in Louisiana" (Handbook of Texas Online: Aguayo Expedition).From the private reference library of Dorothy Sloan with a commemorative bookplate loosely inserted.