Col. Crockett's exploits and adventures in Texas:
wherein is contained a full account of his journey from Tennessee to the Red River and Nathchitoches, and thence across Texas to San Antonio; including many hair-breadth 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.
|Main Creator:||Crockett, Davy, 1786-1836.|
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Philadelphia, T.K. and P.G. Collins, 1836.
First ed. Howes, US-IANA, S654. Howes attributes the work to Richard Penn Smith and calls it "ingenious pseudo-autobiography."
Finished by Charles T. Beale, and ed. by Alex J. Dumas.
Bound in blue cloth, printed paper label on the spine.
Physical description: 3 p.ℓ., iii-viii, 13-216 p., 1 ℓ. front. port. 18 cm.
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|J 91764||Manuscripts Reading Room Special Access||Joly|