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  • Artesian Well at San Marcos, Texas.—1088. Description of a New Genus and Species of Blind Tailed Batrachian from the Subterranean Waters of Texas.—1089. Description
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  • having rudimentary eyes, has been cast up from an artesian well at San Marcos, Texas, and occurs in the cave streams about that place. The most abundant
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  • (1995) United States v. Chapa-Garza 62 F.3d 123 (1995) Tamez v. City of San Marcos Texas 62 F.3d 126 (1995) Garcia v. United States 62 F.3d 128 (1995) Oliver
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  • Georgia, May 28, 1867; graduate Coronal Institute, San Marcos, Texas, 1888; LL.B., University of Texas, 1893; married Ada Werner, 1897; admitted Colorado
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  • titles were founded in 1718 on the San Marcos River. Other missions were founded in various parts of the territory ofTexas up to 1791. Among these may be
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  • up. Another important group consists of the Sabine, the Trinity, the San Marcos, the Gnadalupe, and the Nueces, most of which have their origin near the
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  • an expedition. The preparations went slowly, and Mendoza ordered Friar Marcos de Niza to make a preliminary exploration of the northern country. The Franciscan
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  • red men. This resulted in another battle, in the cedar brakes along the San Marcos, and some of the Indians were killed. But the majority got away, taking
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  • (1879) at Huntsville, the North Texas State Normal (1901) at Denton, the South-west Texas Normal (1903) at San Marcos, the School of Industrial Arts for
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  • 200 Indians, and, after reading an order from the political chief of San Márcos, Guatemala, cut down with their machetes all the young coffee-trees, and
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  • N. by Colorado, on the E. by Texas and unorganized “public lands” adjacent to the Indian Territory, on the S. by Texas and Mexico, and on the W. by Arizona
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  • de Mendoza, to send Fray Marcos de Niza, a Franciscan friar, on a small and inexpensive expedition of discovery. Fray Marcos (q.v.) was the first European
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  • New Braunfels, Richmond, San Marcos, Seguin, Sherman, Sulphur Springs, Victoria, Waco, and Waxahachie. The population of Texas in 1806 has been estimated
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  • American lawyer and politician, was born at San Marcos, Tex., June 7 1863. He graduated from the university of Texas in 1884 and was admitted to the bar in
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  • The recorded history of the Pueblos begins with their discovery by Father Marcos de Niza in 1539, followed up by the expedition of Coronado (q.v.) the following
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  • District Court for the Central District of California a 410 F.3d 1112 (2005) Marcos v. Gonzales 410 F.3d 1122 (2005) United States v. A Davis Md 410 F.3d 1131
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  • Pueblo Indians begins in 1539 with the expedition of the Franciscan monk, Marcos di Niza, who, lured by rumors of great cities in the North, set out from
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  • Francisco (Fernando?), de, Pecos Pueblo, New Mexico. Tinoco, Manuel, San Marcos Pueblo, New Mexico. Jesus, Simon (Juan?) de, Jemes Pueblo, New Mexico
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  • stories incited the Spaniards to explore the unknown north in hope of wealth. Marcos de Niza, a Franciscan friar to whom the first reconnaissance was entrusted
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  • state, afford a constant supply of excellent pasture. The banks of the San Marcos were selected by the Spaniards as excelling in fertility, for the establishment
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