The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 68, July 1964 - April, 1965 Page: 171
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With Henty in Texas 171
liquidation of the British Empire. But had he lived on to see the
loss of each of the colonies his heroes had won with so much
blood and sweat and tears, surely he would have followed the
example of so many of the boys by emigrating, and there is no
doubt but what he would have settled somewhere near the
Balcones Escarpment and then indeed we would have had a
volume called With Henty in Texas.
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