The Quarterly of the Texas State Historical Association, Volume 5, July 1901 - April, 1902 Page: 205
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The Beginnings of Texas.
Parkman, La Salle and the Discovery of the Great West.'
Relation de Henri de Tonty, Margry, I 573-616.:
Relation de Henri Joutel, Margry, III 91-534.8
Shea (John G.), Expedition of Don Diego de Peealosa.
Villa-Seffor y Sanchez (Joseph Antonio), Theatro Americano.*
Vues de La Salle sur les mines de la Nouvelle-Biscaye, aprBs s'8tre itabli
soixante lieues au-dessus de l'cmbouchure de Mississippi (1684), Margry,
Ynstrucciones dadas por el Superior Govierno, pa que se observed en
la entra-' de la Provincia de texas. Mexico y Enero 28 de 1661, in Memo-
rias para la Historia de la America septentrional, XXVII.
Bancroft in his North Mexican States and Texas, Vol. I, cites many
other valuable secondary authorities to which I have not had access, but
as will appear from what has been given above most of the important con-
temporaneous narratives have been at my service.
'The last two chapters give an account of the founding of Fort St. Louis
and the fate of the colony.
An English translation is in Historical Collections of Louisiana, Part I.
HIIere Joutel's narrative appears in full for the first time. It is given
in less complete form in Michel's abridgment and the English translation
of the same, both of which have been included in this list of titles. The
Relation in Margry covers nearly four hundred and fifty large pages, while
the Michel abridgment and the English translation cover each less than
two hundred much smaller. The Michel edition contains matter not found
in the larger journal. The English translation seems to have appeared in
Paris, as well as in London. See Winsor, Narr. and Grit. Hist., IV 240.
The journal as given in the Historical Collections of Louisiana, Part I, is
simply a reprint of this translation.
'This gives but a meager account of the founding of the early missions
in Texas and has been of little use in the preparation of this paper.
'Evidently meant for entrada.
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