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Austin colonist on Colorado River kills one member of a party of Karankawas butchering one of his cows.follow url
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Eight Karankawas killed. Henderson K. Commissioned by Stephen F. Austin to conduct a punitive expedition against the Karankawas for the killing of Austin colonists, Captain Randal Jones and a company of 23 settlers skirmish with Karankawas on Jones Creek, near the mouth of the Brazos River.
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Three whites and 15 Indians killed. A party of colonists led by Aylett C. Malcolm D.
McLean, ed. Colonists attack Tonkawa village in retaliation for theft of livestock.
Two Tonkawas, one settler killed. Eight Tawakonis killed, including three chiefs: Cordero, Lisaque, and Guichupa.
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Also in Malcolm D. Captain Henry S. Brown, commanding Mexican soldiers and colonists, attacked Waco Wichita village on the Brazos River, near present-day Waco. All but one are killed. Militia responds and kills eight Indians. Thirty settlers led by Henry S. Brown attacked an Indian camp, possibly Comanche, on the Colorado River, above the mouth of Pecan Bayou, in an effort to recover horses stolen near Gonzales. One Mexican, several Indians killed. Louis: L. Daniell, , Mexican company overtakes a party of Wacos Wichita near San Antonio, killing two Indians and recovering stolen horses.
McLean, comp. Skip to main content. Apaches Attack Spanish Soldiers. Location: Latitude: Citation: F. On the 19th of May, , preliminary articleswere signed on the part of the Mexican government.
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Theywere transmitted to Captain Elliot, British charge daffaires,in Texas, and by him submitted to the Texian government onthe 2d day of June. On the 25th of February, , the United States House ofRepresentatives passed the joint resolution providing for theannexation of Texas to that country, by a vote of one hun-dred. Please note that these images are extracted from scanned page images that may have been digitally enhanced for readability - coloration and appearance of these illustrations may not perfectly resemble the original work.
Taken circa No known copyright restrictions. History of Texas, from to Volume 1. What responsibilities do I have when using this book? Geographical information about where this book originated or about its content. Volume 2. You Are Here: home unt libraries this book. Showing of pages in this book. Description Volume two of a two-volume set, covers Texas history from the time of Texas's fight for independence from Mexico through the gubernatorial administation of James S.
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Author Brown, John Henry, Publisher L. Daniell Place of Publication: St. Provided By UNT Libraries The UNT Libraries serve the university and community by providing access to physical and online collections, fostering information literacy, supporting academic research, and much, much more. About Browse this Partner. What Descriptive information to help identify this book. Notes "Volume Two". Language English.