The Adventures and Recollections of General Walter P. Lane, a San Jacinto Veteran, Containing Sketches of the Texian, Mexican, and Late Wars, with Several Indian Fights Thrown in.
Dalllas, Tex.: The Degolyer Library, Southern Methodist University, Dallas, 2000. Library of Texas series; Fourteenth Printing. . a San Jacinto Veteran, Containing Sketches of the Texian, Mexican, and Late Wars, with Several Indian Fights Thrown In. Originally published in 1887. John Jenkins references the book in BASIC TEXAS BOOKS: ''one of the best Texas military memoirs, this is a prime source on the period from the Texas Revolution through the Civil War. " "Lanes memoirs are filled with details on the revolution, the Indian campaigns, the Mexican War, and the Civil War. " The editor has written the introduction, a full set of notes, and added an index. 216 pages, notes, bibliography and index. 7 1/4 in. X 10 1/4 in. Durable steel gray cloth hardback with silver titles on spine. Book is without dust jacket, as issued, and is in Very Fine condition. As, New. ; The LIBERARY of Texas NMBER 6..
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Keywords: Texana History Indians