NARRATIVE OF ROBERT HANCOCK HUNTER 1813-1902. From His Arrival in Texas 1822, Through the Battle of San Jacinto 1836.

Hunter, Robert Hancock.

Published by Cook Publishing, 1936
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Tan stiff paper covers, 41 pp. Basic Tx Bks #100-the most vivid of all recollections of the Texas Revolution. The best account of the San Jacinto campaign left by a veteran. Written about 1860 from his diary. Fine copy except minor fading on covers edges. Bookseller Inventory #

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Title: NARRATIVE OF ROBERT HANCOCK HUNTER 1813-1902...
Publisher: Cook Publishing
Publication Date: 1936
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Book Condition: Near Fine
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Hunter, Robert Hancock. Introduction by Beulah Gayle Green.
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Book Description Privately published, 1936. Soft cover. Book Condition: Good. Good to very good condition. Stapled softcover, 6" x 9". Cover mildly soiled and age-browned. Rusty spots at staples. Light staining near fore-edge margin on first four pages; otherwise interior is in very good condition. Hunter's own account of the San Jacinto Campaign, written about 1860. Bookseller Inventory # 33661

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Hunter, Robert Hancock.
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Book Description Cook Publishing, Austin, 1936. Paper. Book Condition: Very Good. 1st.. Stiff tan paper covers, 41 pp. Basic Tx Bks #100-the most vivid of all recollections of the Texas Revolution. The best account of the San Jacinto campaign left by a veteran. Written about 1860 from his diary. Covers detached from the rusted staples but contents very nice. Bookseller Inventory # 026678

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