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ERA OF FILIBUSTERS.
I. CONDITION OF MEXICO.
IL INOLAN'S EXPEDITION.
1. Revolution under Hidalgo. (1809-1810.)
2. Second Revolution.
3. Empire under Iturbide.
4. Republic established. (1823.)
f1. Philip Nolan.
2. Reasons for a. Real.
Expedition. I b. Pretended.
3. Death of Nolan.
4. Fate of his Men.
F 1. Louisiana Returned to France. (1800.)
2. United States Purchases Louisiana. (1803.)
3. United States Claims Texas.
IT. SPAIN VERSUS UNITED ^ 4. Spain Claims a Portion of Louisiana.
STATES ............. 5. Neutral Ground. (1806.)
6. -United States Purchases Florida and gives up
Claim to Texas. (1819.)
IV. MAGEE'S EXPEDITION.
1. Augustus W. Magee.
2. Three Classes of Volunteers.
4. Scenes at Goliad.
5. Magee's Death.
6. Americans Capture San Antonio.
7. Massacre of Spanish Officers.
8. Elisondo's Defeat at the Alazan.
r 1. Offlcers on each Side.
9. Battle of the 2. Location.
Medina. 3. Plan of Spanish Fortifications.
(Aug. 18, 4. Mistake of Toledo and his Men.
1813.) 5. Defeat of Americans.
6. Effect of Battle.
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Pennybacker, Anna J. Hardwicke. A new history of Texas for schools : also for general reading and for teachers preparing themselves for examination, book, 1895; Palestine, Tex.. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth2388/m1/69/: accessed December 10, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; .