Cover

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pp. c-c

Title Page, Copyright, Dedication

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pp. i-vi

Contents

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pp. vii-x

Illustrations

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pp. xi-xii

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Translator’s Note

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pp. xiii-xiv

Most of Manuel Yturri’s letters were written in Spanish, while one-third of Joseph R. de la Garza’s were in English; a few times Yturri began a letter in English or Spanish and then shifted to the other. Although Yturri wrote in both languages, it is evident that he preferred Spanish....

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Introduction

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pp. xv-xxviii

The contentious 1860–61 secession crisis and the bloody Civil War that followed were two of the most traumatic chapters in the long and tumultuous history of Texas. Before the bloody conflict had run its weary course, thousands of young Texans, many of them mere boys, lay...

Part 1 Letters of Capt. Joseph de la Garza

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pp. 1-30

Part 2 Letters of Capt. Manuel Yturri

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pp. 31-80

Appendix

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pp. 81-82

Notes

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pp. 83-118

Bibliography

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pp. 119-128

Index

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pp. 129-140

Further Reading

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pp. 141-141