The Texas Almanac for 1873, and Emigrant's Guide to Texas Metadata

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Title

  • Main Title The Texas Almanac for 1873, and Emigrant's Guide to Texas
  • Serial Title The Texas Almanac

Publisher

  • Name: Richardson, Belo & Co.

Date

  • Creation: 1873~

Language

  • English

Description

  • Content Description: The almanac covers general topics about the state of Texas including statistics for individual counties, history, agriculture, expenditures, and weather, as well as discussions of legal and social issues of the time.
  • Physical Description: [242] p. : ill. ; 23 cm.

Subject

  • Library of Congress Subject Headings: Texas -- Statistics.
  • Library of Congress Subject Headings: Texas -- History.
  • University of North Texas Libraries Browse Structure: Places - United States - Texas
  • University of North Texas Libraries Browse Structure: Agriculture
  • University of North Texas Libraries Browse Structure: Business, Economics and Finance
  • University of North Texas Libraries Browse Structure: Government and Law
  • University of North Texas Libraries Browse Structure: Education
  • University of North Texas Libraries Browse Structure: People - Individuals
  • Keyword: horticulture
  • Keyword: gardening
  • Keyword: railroads
  • Keyword: meteorology
  • Keyword: asylums
  • Keyword: debts
  • Keyword: taxes

Coverage

  • Place Name: United States - Texas
  • Time Period: civ-war
  • Coverage Date: 1873

Collection

  • Name: Texas Almanac
    Code: TXALC

Institution

  • Name: Texas State Historical Association
    Code: TSHA

Resource Type

  • Book

Format

  • Text

Note

  • Display Note: Full title from title page: "The Texas Almanac for 1873, and Emigrant's Guide to Texas, Showing a portion of our Early History: the Lives and Reminiscences of the participants in our revolution ; the vast area of our State, and the great Productive Power of our Soil, and its Adaptation to all the most Valuable Staples; the present remarkable Cheapness of our Lands; the Salubrity of our Climate; the great Length of our Seasons, for all Farming Purposes; the Cheapness of all the Necessaries of Life; the Great Profits of Farming, of Stock Raising, and of Sheep Husbandry; together with all the most important Statistics of the State and of the United States; besides Scientific articles on the Geology and Climatology of the State. Indeed scarcely a subject is omitted that can be of interest to the Immigrant, who comes to make Texas his future Home, or to answer the inquires of his friends abroad."