The Texas Almanac for 1870, and Emigrant's Guide to Texas Page: Front Cover
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EIIGRANT'S GUIDE T TEXAS
The Vast Area, Climate and Fertility of the Soil; the Mild Temperature, neither so
hot nor so cold as in the Northern States; the great Profis realized in Stock Raising,
Sheep Husbandry, Agriculture and various Manufactures; the remarkable Cheap-
ness of Living; the great Variety of Productions, and.among them those of the
most profitable Staples, Cotton, Sugar, Wheat, etc: the Abundance and Variety
of Fruits; the great Value and Abundance of the Native Grape, and the
Success and Protits, of Wine Making; the rapidly increasing Revenue from
the Export of Beef and Beef Cattle, from Wool, Hides, etc.; the Chief
Towns of the State with their Population; Description of the great
Subdivisions of the State; the Chief Ports and their Commerce;
General Statistics of the State, Post Offices, Newspapers,
Schools, Society, Historical and Biographical articles,
Minerals, Railroads, the Mails, Etc., Etc., Etc.
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