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Andrew Jackson Potter, the Noted Parson of the Texan Frontier. Six

GRAVES, H[arrison] A.

Publication Date: 1883
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GRAVES, H[arrison] A. Andrew Jackson Potter, the Noted Parson of the Texan Frontier. Six Years of Indian Warfare in New Mexico and Arizona. Many Wonderful Events in His Ministerial Life on the Frontier Border of Western Texas, during a Long Term of Evangelical Toils and Personal Combats with Savage Indians and Daring Desperadoes, Including Many Hair- Breadth Escapes. He Has Long Been a Member of the West Texas Annual Conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church, South, and Is Now Agent of San Saba Academy. Nashville, TN: Southern Methodist Publishing House. Printed for the Author, 1883. 471pp. Portrait frontis. Orig. blindstamped cloth. Light rubbing to spine ends and corners, else very good. HOWES G- 321. Nevins I, p.96. Dornbusch II, 1066. Flake 3693. "Although the biography of a parson, Graves' volume covers a good deal of non-religious material, including Potter's experiences as a teamster, soldier, etc., from the 1840s to after the Civil War" Graff 1618. "Potter was an Indian fighter, race rider, common soldier in the U. S. Army, chaplain in the C. S. Army, and circuit rider on the Texian frontier at a time when it required courage and judgment" Raine, p.97. Bookseller Inventory # 68753

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Publication Date: 1883

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