7 edition of Pioneer history of Bandera county found in the catalog.
|Statement||by J. Marvin Hunter ...|
|LC Classifications||F392.B2 H9|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 p. l., 5-287,  p.|
|Number of Pages||287|
|LC Control Number||22017313|
Pioneer history of Bandera County: seventy-five years of intrepid history, , by J. Marvin Hunter, A history of Bandera County from to Read the book online from The Portal to Texas History. One Hundred Years in Bandera, –, by J. Marvin Hunter. History of Bandera County, Texas, by the Bandera County History Book. During the late 's the population of Bandera County was 2, and by the number of residents had increased to 3, The majority of new settlers came from the south, especially German immigrants. Large scale farming was introduced in Bandera County in the 's and for a time cotton was grown for commercial purposes.
The history of the Bandera can be divided into two parts: Polish and non-Polish settlers. Both wrote the rich tapestry of history with hard work, faith and grit and . At one point in Trail Drivers he quotes several pages from J. M. Hunter's book A Pioneer History of Bandera County, “For 60 years, The Trail Drivers of Texas has been considered the most monumental single source on the old-time Texas trail drives north to Kansas and beyond.
Filed under: Frontier and pioneer life -- Washington (State) Ka-Mi-Akin, the Last Hero of the Yakimas (Portland, OR: Kilham Stationery and Printing Co., ), by A. J. Splawn multiple formats at Bandera TX: Hunter’s Printing, This book gave a nice summary of important events that have happened in Medina over the early years of the town. Hunter, J. Marvin. Pioneer History of Bandera County. Bandera TX: Hunter’s Printing, This book tells very detailed stories about Medina from the pioneer’s perspective. Jones, Cherry.
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A history of Bandera County from to Creation Information. Hunter, J. Marvin Context. This book is part of the collection entitled: Rare Book and Texana Collections and was provided by UNT Libraries to The Portal to Texas History, a.
Bandera County, Texas. PIONEER HISTORY OF BANDERA COUNTY. Seventy-Five Years of Intrepid History. Marvin Hunter. Published by Hunter's Printing House, Bandera, Texas Foreword. Our Pioneer Women. Times Have Changed.
Bandera Has a. Pioneer History Of Bandera County: Seventy-five Years Of Intrepid History Paperback – Ap by John Marvin Hunter (Author) out of 5 stars 3 ratings. See all 18 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from /5(3). Source: Pioneer History of Bandera County, by J.
Marvin Hunter, - Transcribed by Veneta McKinney E. Buck, Sr., was among the pioneer settlers of Bandera county. He was born in New York state, and came to Texas when a young man, reaching Bandera inbought a homestead and located Pipe Creek, where he remained untilwhen he went.
Pioneer history of Bandera county, seventy-five years of intrepid history by Hunter, J. Marvin (John Marvin), Publication date Topics Frontier and pioneer life Publisher Bandera, Tex., Hunter's printing house Collection library_of_congress; americana Digitizing sponsor Sloan Foundation Contributor The Library of CongressPages: Pioneer history of Bandera County: seventy-five years of intrepid history Page: 1 p.: illus.
(incl. ports.) ; 24 cm. This book is part of the collection entitled: Rare Book and Texana Collections and was provided to The Portal to Texas History by the UNT Libraries. Pioneer history of Bandera County by J. Marvin Hunter; 3 editions; First published in ; Subjects: Accessible book, Biography, Frontier and pioneer life, History.
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Very poor quality reproduction. Many pages are unreadable and many illustrations are almost blank. A waste of money. Very disappointing/5(3). Pioneer life in Texas (58) Weather Events in Texas History (4) Indian Atrocities & Battles (63) Civil War and Reconstruction (8) Texas Rangers (26) County Specific History (12) Texas Independence (5) Desperados (13) Cattlemen and Drives (35) Indian Lore (8) Irish Settlers in Texas (1) German Settlers in Texas (1) French Settlers in Texas (0).
BANDERA, a is on State Highway 16 fifty miles northwest of San Antonio in east central Bandera County. A townsite plat for the settlement, designated county seat at the formation of Bandera County inwas filed with the first county commissioners' court that year by John James, Charles DeMontel, and John site, on a cypress-lined bend of the Medina River, had been.
Pioneer history of Bandera County by J. Marvin Hunter,Hunter's printing house edition, in EnglishCited by: 1. Get this from a library. Pioneer history of Bandera County: seventy-five years of intrepid history.
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Bandera County History Book Committee, History of Bandera County, Texas (Dallas: Curtis, ). Douglas E. Barnett, Mohair in Texas: Livestock Experimentation on the Edwards Plateau (M.A.
thesis, University of Texas at Austin, ). James B. Gibson, "Indian. Bandera County History Book Committee, "History of Bandera County, Texas" (Dallas: Curtis, ). Mrs. Howard Graves, "History of Bandera County Schools for Over a Century" (Bandera, Texas: Bandera County Historical Survey Committee, ).
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Pioneer history of Bandera county, Texas. We cannot place a marble shaft at the head of the grave of each pioneer that has fallen in defense of the frontier, but we can place to record in a book a correct and authentic account of what our frontier people had to undergo. We cannot afford to leave things so sacred to memory alone, for time.
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Pioneer history of Bandera County: seventy-five years of intrepid history, by J. Marvin Hunter. Bandera County History from to Read the book online at The Portal to Texas History >> Or Read the book online at >> The Lyman Wight Colony in Texas, Came to Bandera inby J. Marvin Hunter.
Book gives an overview of. On Januthe legislature marked off Bandera County from portions of Bexar County - the new county was formally organized on Main the 17th Judicial District. Also inthe first U.S. Cavalry troops arrived at Camp Verde, ten miles north of Bandera in Kerr County to protect the pioneers from Indian attacks.
Pipe Creek is a stream located primarily in Bandera County, Texas, in the United States. Pipe Creek was so named inwhen a pioneer settler lost his tobacco pipe there. The stream is the namesake of the community Pipe Creek, located near the intersection of SH 16 and FM Course.
The stream rises in southwestern Kendall County, traveling through rural areas.Bandera Pass [elevation 1, feet ( m)] is a mountain pass in Bandera County, Texas, in the United States.
It is located 10 miles (16 km) northwest of the town of Bandera. The Battle of Bandera Pass, a part of the Texas-Indian wars, took place at the pass in (Others say this battle was in ) Nearby Bandera Creek was named after Bandera Pass. Our Pioneer Women of Bandera County Texas Blog entry posted on June 3, by JD Thomas It is pleasant and right to recount the noble deeds of our fathers, but far more pleasant to say something in praise of our gentle sisters, the heroines of the pioneer; she who rocked the cradle bed of childhood; our first, last and faithfullest friend.