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Ambrosio de Letinez, or, The first Texian novel
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Ambrosio De Letinez, Or The First Texian Novel V Embracing A Description Of The Countries Bordering On The Rio Bravo (). It was first issued in as Mexico versus Texas, a Descriptive Novel, most of the Characters of which are Living Persons.(Ambrosio de Letinez, v) Question of authorship.
The title page of the first edition gave the author as only "By a Texian". Ambrosio De Letinez or The First Texian Novel (Vol I & Ambrosio de Letinez in Slipcase by Myrthe, A.T.
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Ambrosio de Letinez: Or, The First Texian Novel, Embracing a Description of the Countries Bordering on the Rio Bravo, with Incidents of the War of Independence, Volumes Anthony Ganilh C.
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[Anthony Ganilh]. By a Texian. This book, initially published inwas reissued in under a new title, Ambrosio de Letinez, or the First Texian Novel. Textually, both editions are quite similar. Ambrosio de Letinez, Rare Book Division. Ambrosio de Letinez. The first English-language Texas novel was titled Mexico Versus Texas, A Descriptive Novel, Most of the Characters of Which Consist of Living Persons.
It was written “by a Texian” and published in Philadelphia in Four years later, the book was reissued with some minor changes under the title of Ambrosio de Letinez, The First Texian Novel, A Description of the Countries Bordering on.
The "first Texian novel" was Ambrosio de Letinez, written by a priest under the pen name T. Myrthe. In it, Myrthe speculates that the District of Bexar along the river "San Anton" might well.
MEXICO VERSUS TEXAS. Mexico versus Texas, a novel said to be the first fiction written in English in Texas, was published anonymously and printed by N. Siegfried in Philadelphia in It was republished in New York in under the title Ambrosio de Letinez: or The First Texian Novel, by A.
Myrtle, a pseudonym, probably, for Anthony Gamilh, who copyrighted the work in The Texas Ambrosio de Letinez Historical Association Quarterly Report includes "Papers read at the meetings of the Association, and such other contributions as may be accepted by the Committee" (volume 1, number 1).
These include historical sketches, biographical material, personal accounts, and other research. Index is located at the end of the volume starting on page Author: James W.
Pohl. Winner, Ambrosio de Letinez. Fehrenbach Book Award Texas Historical Commission Summerfield G. Roberts Award Sons of the Republic of Texas Honorable Mention, Certificate of Commendation, American Association for State and Local History Hardly were the last shots fired at the Alamo before the Texas Revolution entered the realm of myth and controversy.
French visitor Frederic Gaillardet called it a "Texian. San Ambrosio Book Tratado De Las Virgenes 1st Ed 30's. $ + $ Shipping. AMBROSIO DE LETINEZ OR THE FIRST TEXIAN () Steck Company Facsimile HC.
$ Free shipping. AMBROSIO DE LETINEZ OR THE FIRST TEXIAN NOVEL Vol I II FACSIMILE Rio Bravo Texas. $ + $ Shipping. Picture Information. Opens image gallery. Image not Seller Rating: % positive. zales, and Washington-on-the-Brazos. The first Texas novel to treat these events was Mexico versus Texas (), which, with slight changes, was reissued in under a new title, Ambrosio de Letinez.
The author is presumed to be one Anthony Ganilh. Mexico versus Texas, which cen-tered its action in the conflict between progressive Anglo.
Ambrosio de Letinez, Or, the First Texian Novel: Embracing a Description of the Countries Bordering on the Rio Bravo, with Incidents of the War of Independence. Volume 1 of 2 (Paperback) Anthony Ganilh. book is written by a "Texian." An edition, issued under the title, Ambrosio de Letinez, credits the work to one A.
Myrthe; but the copy- right page carries the name of Anthony Ganilh.8 Mexico versus Texas' focus on Anglo-American and Mexican conflict is emphasized in such a later work as Mustang Gray ().
Mustang Gray deals in a Author: Gaston, Edwin W. "The first Texian Novel." A more authentic and important novel from a strictly Texan point of view is Mexico Versus Texas, a book first published at Philadelphia inclaiming on its title page to be "by a Texian." Four years later it was reprinted in New York under the title of Ambrosio de Letinez, or the First Texian Novel, Embrac ing.
Mexico versus Texas, the first novel to incorporate seminal historical events such as the Goliad Massacre and the battle of San Jacinto, was published anonymously in ; it was reissued in under the title Ambrosio de Letinez and credited to A.
Myrthe, although its title page lists Anthony Ganilh. A TEXIAN - Ambrosio de Letinez, or The First Texian Novel GANN, ERNEST - Twilight for the Gods GANNON, JOHN; ET AL. - The Frugal Shopper Checklist Book: What You Need to Know to Win in the Marketplace GANSON, LOUIS - Routined Manipulation Part I GANSON, LOUIS - Routined Manipulation Part II.
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Hardin. Ambrosia de Letinez, or The First Texian Novel (excerpt) By A. Myrthe (Anthony Ganilh) Included in: Literary San Antonio TCU Press, PS PRIMARY SOURCE A primary source is a work that is being studied, or that provides first-hand or direct evidence on a topic. Mexico versus Texas, the first novel to incorporate seminal historical events such as the Goliad Massacre and the battle of San Jacinto, was published anonymously in ; it was reissued in under the title Ambrosio de Letinez and credited to A.
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