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Fri Mar 21 17:10:49 2014 UTClccn-n821511890.06Make way for Sam Houston /0.280.97Message of Gov. Houston, of Texas, on secession30337897Sam_Houstonn 82151189847213Houston, Samuel, 1793-1863lccn-n79022161United StatesCongressSenatelccn-n92078891Roberts, Madge Thornall1929-edtlccn-n50028974James, Marquis1891-1955lccn-n50080405Santa Anna, Antonio López de1794?-1876lccn-n80009978Fritz, Jeanlccn-n80129423Primavera, Eliseilllccn-n79058583Michener, James A.(James Albert)1907-1997lccn-n91000573Juvenile Collection (Library of Congress)lccn-n79088888Jackson, Andrew1767-1845lccn-n50058728Foreman, Grant1869-1953Houston, Sam1793-1863Records and correspondenceHistoryBiographySourcesMiscellaneaSpeeches in CongressRegistersRegisters of deadGenealogyControversial literatureHouston, Sam,TexasGovernorsUnited StatesLegislatorsUnited States.--Congress.--SenatePolitical scienceFrontier and pioneer lifeMexicoSanta Anna, Antonio López de,PresidentsTexas--San Antonio--AlamoCrockett, Davy,Bowie, Jim,StatesmenHouston, Joshua,African AmericansFriendshipIndians of North AmericaUnited States--Southwest, OldCherokee IndiansRelations with Cherokee IndiansHouston, Margaret Lea,Legislators' spousesGovernors' spousesSmith, Joseph,--Jr.,Mormon pioneersRelations with MormonsMormonsJackson, Andrew,MarriageTennesseeAllen, Eliza,United States, WestUnited States--Northwest, OldSan Jacinto, Battle of (Texas : 1836)TravelRevolution (Texas : 1835-1836)Kansas-Nebraska Act (United States)Indians of North America--Government relationsSecessionTexas.--ArmyLand grantsCourtsSpeeches, addresses, etc., AmericanPennsylvania--PhiladelphiaExpenditures, PublicUnited States.--ArmyElectionsJudges--Discipline179318631814182018251826182718281830183218351836183718381839184018411842184318441845184618471848184918501851185218531854185518561857185818591860186118631865186618671871187218741876187818801881188218831884188518861887188918901891189218931894189518971898190019011902190419051906190919101911191219131915191619171919192019211922192319241925192619271928192919301931193219341935193619371938193919401941194219431944194519471949195019511952195319541955195619571958195919601961196219631964196519661967196819691970197119721973197419751976197719781979198019811982198319841985198619871988198919901991199219931994199519961997199819992000200120022003200420052006200720082009201020112012201320145689410881761976.404092F3904717ocn002677426book19700.59Houston, SamThe writings of Sam Houston, 1813-1863HistorySources2474ocn001202534book18560.73Dana, C. WThe garden of the world, or, The great West its history, its wealth, its natural advantages, and its future : also comprising a complete guide to emigrants, with a full description of the different routes westwardHistory1846ocn317695559file18570.79Dana, C. WThe great West, or, The garden of the world its history, its wealth, its natural advantages and its future : also comprising a complete guide to emigrants with a full description of the different routes westwardHistorySpeeches in Congress12410ocn001023751book18540.92Houston, SamNebraska bill, Indian tribes : speech of Hon. Sam Houston, of Texas, delivered in the Senate of the United States, Feb. 14 and 15, 1854, in favor of maintaining the public faith with the Indian tribes1134ocn021921621book18610.96TexasProclamation1073ocn423588679file18510.92Lectures on popular subjects delivered in the Musical Fund Hall to aid in rebuilding the Southwark ChurchHistoryMiscellanea1036ocn367920670file18600.76Houston, SamSpeech of Hon. Sam Houston, of Texas, exposing the malfeasance and corruption of John Charles Watrous, judge of the federal court in Texas, and of his confederates delivered in the Senate of the United States, Feb. 3, 1859Trials, litigation, etc826ocn002706436book18360.56Houston, SamDocuments of Major Gen. Sam Houston, commander in chief of the Texian army, to His Excellency David G. Burnet, Pres. of the Republic of TexasHistoryRegisters of deadRegistersSources716ocn085889192book18550.88Houston, SamSpeeches of Sam Houston, of Texas, on the subject of an increase of the army, and the Indian policy of the government, delivered in the Senate of the United States, January 29 and 31, 1855672ocn015523326book18780.73TexasThe battle of San Jacinto, viewed from both an American and Mexican standpoint Its details and incidents as officially reported by Major-General Sam. Houston of the Texas Army : Also, an account of the action written.524ocn123428554file18360.79TexasDocuments of Major Gen. Sam Houston, commander in chief of the Texan Army to His Excellency David G. Burnet, president of the republic of Texas : containing a detailed account of the battle of San JacintoHistoryGenealogyRegisters439ocn009419033book18460.88Houston, SamSpeech of Mr. Houston, of Texas, on the Oregon question delivered in the Senate of the United States, April, 1846HistorySpeeches in Congress424ocn003728195book18500.92Houston, SamSpeech of Hon. Sam Houston, of Texas, on the subject of compromise. In the Senate of the United States, February 8, 1850Speeches in CongressControversial literature392ocn011408217book19060.59Steele, AlfonsoBiography of Private Alfonso Steele, deceased, last survivor of the Battle of San Jacinto, together with Mr. Steele's account of the campaign and fight, and the official report of General Sam Houston, with complete roster of the commands composing the little army382ocn001025186book18540.81Houston, SamSpeech of Senator Houston, of Texas, on the Nebraska and Kansas bill, previous to the final passage of the same by the Senate of the United States. Friday night, March 3, 1854Speeches in Congress354ocn007867865book18360.84TexasDocuments of Major Gen. Sam Houston, Commander in Chief of the Texian Army, to his excellency David G. Burnet, President of the Republic of Texas : containing a detailed account of the battle of San JacintoHistoryRegisters of deadRegisters343ocn016096537book18470.96Houston, SamSpeech of Hon. Sam Houston, of Texas, on the Three Million Bill, delivered in the Senate of the United States, Friday, February 19, 1847333ocn021921570book18600.97TexasMessage of Gov. Houston, of Texas, on secession333ocn021921335book18610.96TexasGovernor's message and accompanying documents323ocn123428546file18390.81Houston, SamReport of Major General Sam. Houston to His Excellency Henry Smith, governor January 30th, 1836History301566ocn003498029book19290.28James, MarquisThe Raven; a biography of Sam HoustonHistoryBiographyThe Raven himself was an authentic expression of the American spirit; it is clear that this portrait of the Raven is an expression of that spirit in history and in literature+-+059522747524275ocn012724373book19860.06Fritz, JeanMake way for Sam HoustonHistoryJuvenile worksBiographyTraces the life of the soldier who led the fight for Texas' independence from Mexico, served as governor and senator, and opposed secession during the Civil War+-+K958674485229012ocn021338112book19900.17Michener, James AThe eagle and the ravenHistoryFictionOn book: "A fictional account of the lives of Sam Houston and Santa Anna, the book moves relentlessly to the adversaries' historic encounter at the battle of San Jacinto, which resulted, eventually, in the U.S. annexation of Texas."+-+565860763516218ocn055662014visu20040.17The AlamoHistoryDramaIn the spring of 1836, facing incredible odds, fewer than 200 ordinary men of all races defended a small Texas fort for 13 days against thousands of soldiers led by the dictator of Mexico. Based on this true story - The Alamo depicts what would become a legendary rallying cry for independence ... and a heroic fight for freedom!15374ocn044963350file19930.31Prather, Patricia SmithFrom slave to statesman the legacy of Joshua Houston, servant to Sam HoustonHistoryBiography+-+029348474513792ocn045732921file19940.29Foreman, GrantPioneer days in the early SouthwestHistoryIntroduction by Donald E. Worcerster. Includes bibliographical references and index+-+683317853513028ocn000187004book19670.33Gregory, JackSam Houston with the Cherokees, 1829-1833HistoryStudies the little known period in Sam Houston's life during the years, 1829-1833, which he spent with the Cherokees+-+245376153512652ocn045842734file19930.28Roberts, Madge ThornallStar of destiny the private life of Sam and Margaret HoustonBiographyBiography of Sam Houston, discussing the influence of his wife and children on his life12542ocn050637362file20020.33Van Wagenen, MichaelThe Texas Republic and the Mormon Kingdom of GodHistory"Texas sparked the imagination and ambition of some of North America's greatest leaders. Joseph Smith, the founder of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, was one such man. His interest in Texas coincided with the strategic goal of Sam Houston, the president of the young Texas Republic, to create a buffer zone between the areas of Anglo settlement and Mexico. History has until now hidden how close the ambitions of these two men came to carving out a Mormon Kingdom of God in the Republic of Texas."+-+340499030611946ocn026722834book19920.24Williams, John HoytSam Houston : a biography of the father of TexasBiographyquarreled over his victory and how much credit Houston deserved for it. As governor of Texas in 1861, Houston, fiercely pro-Union, refused to swear allegiance to the Confederacy when Texas joined the new Southern nation, and he was forced from office. He died in 1863, a bloody war raging as he had predicted it would following secession. This is a vivid and exciting biography of one of the giants of nineteenth-century America11733ocn026722249book19930.23De Bruhl, MarshallSword of San Jacinto : a life of Sam HoustonBiographyUsing new material, the author re-creates Houston as a frontiersman, soldier, and politician, plus his tumultuous personal life11062ocn000175622book19620.31Wisehart, M. KSam Houston, American giantDetailed biography based on recently discovered documents. Covers both his personal and public life and examines the characteristics which made Houston a great man11024ocn000925756book19520.24Wellman, Paul IMagnificent destiny : a novel about the great secret adventure of Andrew Jackson and Sam HoustonFiction10164ocn045733684com19990.28Houston, SamThe personal correspondence of Sam HoustonRecords and correspondence+-+18156992069988ocn000479424book19540.33Friend, LlerenaSam Houston, the great designer+-+37793274759794ocn044963243com19960.28Houston, SamThe personal correspondence of Sam HoustonRecords and correspondence+-+36856992069692ocn045733650com19960.28Houston, SamThe personal correspondence of Sam HoustonRecords and correspondence9664ocn022184426book19910.16Crook, ElizabethThe Raven's brideFictionManuscriptsCrook's intricate first novel engagingly details the abrupt dissolution of Sam Houston's 11-week marriage to Eliza Allen in 1829, an event that caused lingering scandal and speculation. Sam, governor of Tennessee at 36, is portrayed as a heavy-drinking womanizer, egotistical, ambitious and confident that his destiny lies west, in Texas. He is smitten with teenage Eliza, sensuous and defiant despite a strict upbringing by wealthy parents+-+63989252353249444ocn050553025com20010.29Houston, SamThe personal correspondence of Sam HoustonRecords and correspondence+-+49356992068345ocn047254289book20010.25Haley, James LSam HoustonHistoryBiographyIn the decades preceding the Civil War, few figures in the United States were as influential or as controversial as Sam Houston. The author explores Houston's momentous career and the complex man behind it. Haley's fifteen years of research and writing have produced possibly the most complete, most personal, and most readable Sam Houston biography ever writen+-+9059861535+-+3685699206+-+3685699206Fri Mar 21 15:47:27 EDT 2014batch50653