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Col. Crockett's Exploits and Adventures in Texas [microform]: Wherein Is Contained a Full Acount of His Journey From Tennessee to the Red River and Natchitoches, and Thence Across Texas to San Antonio : Including His Many Hair-Beadth Escapes : Together With a Topographical, Historical, and Political View of Texas .

written by himself ; the narrative brought down from the death of Col. Crockett to the battle of San Jacinto, by an eye-witness
Format
Book; Microform
Published
London : R. Kennett, 1837.
Language
English
Related Resources
Consult Travels in the West and Southwest to request appropriate reels from Ivy Stacks.
Description
vii, 152 p. ; 20 cm.
Notes
  • First published 1836.
  • A pseudo-autobiography; the preface purports to be written by an Alex J. Dumas, who claims that he received Crockett's manuscript from a Charles T. Beale, who wrote the final chapter. The work is generally ascribed to Richard Penn Smith. cf. Sabin. Amer. bibl., v. 20, p. 471; Burton's Gentleman's magazine, Philadelphia, 1839, v. 5, p. 119-121 and Dict. Amer. biog.
Reproduction Notes
Microopaque. Louisville, Ky. : Lost Cause Press, 1969. 5 microopaques ; 8 x 13 cm. (Travels in the West and Southwest ; [no. 295])
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