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Reily, James Letters to Thomas Ward re: business, Texas finances, Mexican War [Decimalized .01- .04]

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Gilder Lehrman Collection #: GLC02145.23 Author/Creator: Reily, James Place Written: Houston Type: Header Record Date: 1841-1846 Pagination: 4 items

Summary of Content: Letters all written from Houston, as follows: 1) 8/4/1841 3 p. + FF re: business, Texas finaces & poverty. 2) 9/22/1841 5 p. + FF re: land cases, politics 3) 11/10/1841 1 p. + FF re: land business 4) 6/11/1846 3 p. + addr. re: impending war with Mexico and the U.S.


Historical Era: National Expansion and Reform, 1815-1860

Subjects: TexasMexican WarAmerican WestFinancePovertyLand TransactionPoliticsLawImmigration and MigrationLatin and South AmericaMilitary HistoryGlobal History and Civics

Sub Era: Age of Jackson

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