2 edition of expansionist movement in Texas, 1836-1850 found in the catalog.
expansionist movement in Texas, 1836-1850
Binkley, William C.
|Statement||by William Campbell Binkley ...|
|Series||Added t.-p.: University of California publications in history. Vol. XIII|
|LC Classifications||E173 .C15 vol. 13|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 253 p.|
|Number of Pages||253|
|LC Control Number||a 25000360|
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BOOK REVIEWS AND NOTICES: Bolton, Arredondo's Historical Proof of Spain's Title to Georgia; Binkley, The Expansionist Movement in Texas, ; Griffith, Westward the Course of Empire: The History of Texas from Exploration to Annexation in a Sequence of One-Act Plays PUBLISHED QUARTERLY BY THE TEXAS STATE HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION AUSTIN. Dr. Binkley, a native of Dyer County, Tenn., wrote “The Texas Revolution,” and “The Expansionist Movement in Texas ‐” He was president of .
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Boundaries of Texas under Spanish and Mexican rule --Early expansionist plans of the Republic of Texas, --Plans to occupy the Rio Grande country, --The Texan expedition to Santa Fe, --Final expansionist efforts of the Republic, --Transitional stage of national jurisdiction, 1836-1850 book of Texan activities under the United States.
The expansionist movement in Texas, by Binkley, William C. Published by University of California press in Berkeley, Calif.
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The Expansionist movement in Texas (), by William Campbell Binkley. William Campbell Binkley, The Expansionist Movement in Texas, – (Berkeley: University of California Press, ).
Holman Hamilton, Prologue to Conflict: The Crisis and Compromise of (Lexington: University of Kentucky Press, ). He teaches courses in Texas history, Mexican American history, and African American history, and is the author or co-author of several books, including Black Culture and the Harlem Renaissance (Rice University Press, )/5(4).
The Republic's Colonization Program. William C. Binkley, The Expansionist Movement in Texas,p. For details concerning this bill and the opposition thereto, see Binkley, The Expansionist Movement in Texas, pp. ; Rupert N. Richardson, Texas. The Paperback of the The Expansionist Movement In Texas by William Campbell Binkley at Barnes & Noble.
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Book Reviews and Notices. The Expansionist Movement in Texas, By William Campbell Binkley, Ph. D., Associate Professor of History, Colorado College. (University of California Publications in History, Volume ) The United States has been an expanding nation from its be-ginning, so much so that expansion can almost be considered as theAuthor: Eugene C.
Barker, Herbert E. Bolton. BOOK REVIEWS AND NOTICES: Bolton, Arredondo's Historical Proof of Spain's Title to Georgia; Binkley, The Expansionist Movement in Texas, ; Griffith, Westward the Course of Empire: The History of Texas from Exploration to Annexation in a Sequence of One-Act Plays - PUBLISHED QUARTERLY BY THE TEXAS STATE HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION AUSTIN, TEXASAuthor: Eugene C.
Barker, Herbert E. Bolton. The Expansionist Movement in Texas, Berkeley, California: University of California Press, [Ed: Secondary Source-Printed-Book] [Ed: Secondary Source-Printed-Book] Consular Correspondence (Texas), Texas State Archives.
[Ed: Primary Source-Public-Manuscript]. The Expansionist Movement in Texas. by William C. Binkley looks at an independent Texas as an expression of “American” desires for empire.6 While this book shows the United States’ encouragement of Texas to expand in the west, it highlights a question in thehistoriography regarding potential ofTexas to defy’ the interests the United States.
DRYDEN, WILLIAM G. (–). William G. Dryden, trader, adventurer, and politician, son of David H. Dryden, was born near Richmond, Kentucky, on Febru After his mother's death he was left in the custody of relatives.
In he became a Santa Fe trader and made numerous trips to Mexico during the following years. The Expansionist Movement in Texas, Berkeley: University of California Press, Berkeley: University of California Press, [Ed: Secondary Source-Book].
This compelling narrative demonstrates the passionate interest the Jeffersonian presidents had in wresting land from less powerful foes and expanding Jefferson's "empire of liberty." The first two decades of the 19th century found many Americans eager to move away from the crowded eastern seaboard and into new areas where their goals of landownership might be realized.
William C. Binkley is the author of The Texas Revolution ( avg rating, 2 ratings, 0 reviews, published ), The Expansionist Movement In Texas /5(2).Expansionist Movement in Texas, (Berkeley, ). The present article, which is confined largely to the role of Major Robert S.
Neighbors, was suggested by Professor Holman Hamilton of the University of Kentucky. Southwestern Historical Quarterly.1 print: lithograph on wove paper ; 32 x cm. (image) | A pro-Democrat cartoon forecasting the collapse of Whig opposition to the annexation of Texas.
James K. Polk, the expansionist candidate, stands at right near a bridge spanning "Salt River." He holds an American flag and hails Texans Stephen Austin (left) and Samuel Houston aboard a wheeled steamboat-like vessel "Texas.".