The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 56, July 1952 - April, 1953 Page: 84
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move presidio and mission-controversy over removal involving Barrios, Fray Abad,
and Don Angel de Martos y Navarrete; relations with the French-French petition
to settle at San Augustin and charges against Louis de St. Denis; administration
of Rafael Martinez Pacheco and the quarrel with Marcos-San Augustin made
independent, desertion of garrison to Natchitoches, interference of Marcos, siege
and escape of Pacheco, burning of presidio; administrations of Marcos Ruiz and
Afin de Rivera-storm of September 4, 1766; abandonment of presidio and mission.
Tz9o/B8z2. SP., G. C., FR., Miss., Loc., MIL., REL.
BROWN, MAURY BRIGHT - M.A., Summer, 1924 1571
The Military Defenses of Texas and the Rio Grande Region about
1766. [iii] 234 PP-
Maps: Rubf proposed line of defense, 1768.
Contents: Six chapters deal with the early Spanish settlements in Texas; Franco-
Spanish struggle for possession of Texas; cession of Louisiana to Spain at end of
Seven Years War; King's order to Marqu6s de Rubi; Rubi's itinerary-inspection
of El Paso del Norte, San Antonio de Bexar, Los Adaes, Orcoquisa, La Bahia,
San Juan Bautista del Rio Grande; Rubi's report and recommendations; and
TI924/B8z4. W. TEx., S. TEx., E. TEx., SP., FR., MIL., G. C.
BROWNE, PHILIP DALE - M.A., June, 1925 
The Early History of Freestone County to 1865. vi+ 179 pp.
Illustrations: two one-room cabins on Cottonwood Creek, near Stewards Mill, and
north of Young; round- and split-log houses (the old Cockrell place, north of
Young, and the Winter place on Cottonwood near Fairfield); two-room log houses
with later additions (old Sims place at Simsboro and old Adams place, south of
Fairfield); ante-bellum rock house near Fairfield; ante-bellum homes of Watson
and Roller; Fairfield Female College; copy of title to R. Gainer league; Freestone
County war scrip.
Maps: (1) general reference; (2) county land grants.
Tables: compilation of persons engaged in various occupations in county in 186o.
Contents: Seven chapters include background-physiography, Franco-Spanish pe-
riod, evolution of county to 1850; separate political existence-setting in Lime-
stone County in 1850, creation and organization of Freestone County; general
growth and development; economic development-communication and transporta-
tion, material prosperity, slavery; social conditions before Civil War; discontent
and disunion; Civil War-military forces (John Gregg and 7th Texas Infantry),
war days at home. Appendix contains boundaries of Haden Edwards and David
G. Burnet land grants, act creating Freestone County, act incorporating Freestone
School Association, and Civil War muster rolls.
T1925/B8x4. Co. His., E. TEX., CEN. TEX., GEO., FR., SP., ST., TRANS., N., SEC., C. W.
BROWNING, DAN - M.A., August, 1931 
A History of Henderson County, Texas, in the World War. vi+312 pp.
Tables: grades of all men in service from Henderson County.
Contents: Introductory chapter briefly describes military status of United States
at beginning of World War I and discusses sources used in thesis. Individual
service records of military and semi-military men and women of Henderson County
are classified according to army officers, wounded army officers, army enlisted men,
wounded army enlisted men, army men killed in action, army men dead of other
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