Mistress of Manifest Destiny: A Biography of Jane McManus Storm Cazneau, 1807-1878

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Book containing a biography of Jane McManus Storm Cazneau, a journalist, publicist, and advocate for military, political, and class reforms. Includes her time in New York, Texas, and Cuba, as well as her coverage of the Mexican War.

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viii, 306 p. : ill., maps

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Hudson, Linda S. 2001.

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Texas State Historical Association

The Texas State Historical Association features its publications The Southwestern Historical Quarterly (1897-2004) and the Texas Almanac (1857-2004). Organized in Austin on March 2, 1897, the Texas State Historical Association is the oldest learned society in the state. Its mission is to "foster the appreciation, understanding, and teaching of the rich and unique history of Texas and, by example and through programs and activities, encourage and promote research, preservation, and publication of historical material affecting the state of Texas."

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Book containing a biography of Jane McManus Storm Cazneau, a journalist, publicist, and advocate for military, political, and class reforms. Includes her time in New York, Texas, and Cuba, as well as her coverage of the Mexican War.

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viii, 306 p. : ill., maps

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  • Accession or Local Control No: TSHA_0129
  • Library of Congress Control Number: 00-048917
  • ISBN: 0-87611-179-7
  • Call Number: F390.M76 H83 2001
  • OCLC: 45172674 | External Link
  • UNT Catalog No.: b2261569 | External Link
  • Archival Resource Key: ark:/67531/metapth296844

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Texas State Historical Association Monographs

The Texas State Historical Association is the state’s longest-running publisher of books on Texas history, having published its first volume in 1917. Through the years, TSHA has established a reputation as a publisher of high-quality, award-winning books on a wide variety of topics, including exploration, biography, architecture, historic sites, high school football, labor unions, and suburbanization. All lovers of Texas's rich pasts will find something to enjoy among TSHA's books.

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Hudson, Linda S. Mistress of Manifest Destiny: A Biography of Jane McManus Storm Cazneau, 1807-1878, book, 2001; Austin, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth296844/: accessed September 25, 2016), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Texas State Historical Association.