Page:Confederate Military History - 1899 - Volume 11.djvu/9

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CHAPTER XVI. The Texas Citizen Soldier His Education as a Soldier Indian Fights Early Combats in Texas and Mexico The Texas Yell Its Effect A Statue of a Texas Soldier The Significance of the War Between the States The Two Reconstructions The Present National Government How Another War may be Averted

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APPENDIX 150-221
BIOGRAPHICAL 223

ILLUSTRATIONS TEXAS.

FACING PAGE.
BAGBY, ARTHUR P 252
BEE, HAMILTON P 225
DEBRAY, XAVIER B 233
ECTOR, MATTHEW D 252
GANG, RICHARD M 233
GRANBURY, HIRAM B 252
GREEN, THOMAS 233
GREER, ELKANAH 233
GREGG, JOHN 252
HARDEMAN, W. P 233
HARRISON, JAMES E 252
HARRISON, THOMAS 252
HOGG, JOSEPH L 233
LANE, WALTER P 233
MAXEY, SaMUEL B 233
McCuLLocH, BEN 233
MCCULLOCH, HENRY E 233
MOORE, JOHN C 225
ROBERTS, ORIN M 1
ROBERTSON, FELIX H 225
ROBERTSON, JEROME B 233
Ross, LAWRENCE S 233
STEELE, WILLIAM 225
SCURRY, WILLIAM R 225
TEXAS AND TRANS MISSISSIPPI (Map) Between pages 222 and 223
WATERHOUSE, RICHARD 252
WAUL, THOMAS N 252
WHARTON, JOHN A 225
WHITFIELD, JOHN W 252
WIGFALL, Louis T 252
YOUNG, WILLIAM H 225