4 edition of Philip Nolan and Texas found in the catalog.
Philip Nolan and Texas
Maurine T. Wilson
by Texian Press in Waco, Tex
Includes bibliographical references (p. 178-183).
|Statement||by Maurine T. Wilson and Jack Jackson.|
|Contributions||Jackson, Jack, 1941-|
|LC Classifications||F389.N65 W55 1987|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 189 p. :|
|Number of Pages||189|
|LC Control Number||87051359|
In the deconstruction of each case study, Bradley’s book serves as an invaluable resource. Written in narrative form, the author delineates the stories of the early nineteenth century filibusters Philip Nolan, John H. Robinson, James Long, and Augustus William Magee and his association with Mexican diplomat Bernardo Gutierrez de Lara. Get this from a library! Gone to Texas. [Donald E Worcester] -- In a fictionalized account of one man's adventures on the western frontier, Ellis journeys to Texas in search of a new life but instead finds himself a prisoner in Mexico and a revolutionary.
That book was fiction. The real Philip Nolan of history and lore was a native of Ireland. He came to the United States when he was 17 to work as . "Philip Nolan and Texas, Expeditions to the Unknown Land, ," written by Maurine T. Wilson and Jack Jackson, published in , explores Nolan's background, his relationship to General James Wilkinson, his reasons for going to Texas, and his significance to the Spanish borderlands.
Site of the Confrontation of the Nolan Expedition with Spanish Forces From Philip Nolan and Texas: Expeditions to the Unknown Land by Maurine T. Wilson and Jack Jackson. Site of the historical marker and area where the death and burial of Phillip Nolan and the capture of his men by Spanish forces occurred is circled. Philip Nolan, RPLS Survey Project Manager/RPLS at Morris P. Hebert, Inc. Houston, Texas Area + connectionsTitle: Survey Project Manager/RPLS at .
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NOLAN, PHILIP (–). Philip Nolan, mustanger and filibuster, son of Peter and Elizabeth (Cassidy) Nolan, was, according to his own statement recorded in the Nacogdoches census, born in Belfast, Ireland, in He apparently received a good education.
Philip Nolan and Texas Expeditions to the Unknown Land, [Wilson, Maurine T., Jackson, Jack] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Philip Nolan and Texas Expeditions to the Unknown Land, /5(1). Scrapbook created by Gustine Courson Weaver containing materials related to the life and history of Philip Nolan, for whom Nolan County, Texas was named.
Nolan was an Irish immigrant to the Texas-Louisiana area and a prolific horse trader and freebooter during the period of Spanish rule in Texas before Texas became a republic. The scrapbook contains articles about Nolan, photographs Author: Gustine Courson Weaver.
Philip Nolan and Texas Expeditions to the Unknown Land, Texian Press. ISBN Wilson, Maurine T. Philip Nolan and His Activities in Texas (Master's thesis). University of Texas at en: Maria Josefa, Philip, Jr.
Philip Nolan: The Man Without a Country is Chuck Pfarrer's captivating adaptation of Edward Everett Hale's American classic "The Man Without a Country," first published in The Atlantic Monthly more than a century ago.
Masterfully blending history and fiction, Pfarrer tells the story of a young artillery officer, Philip Nolan, who becomes embroiled in Aaron Burr's conspiracy to /5(15).
A few generations ago, the name of Philip Nolan, who led one of the first Anglo intrusions into Spanish Texas, would have been familiar to every school child, but probably for the wrong reason: Edward Everett Hale's main character in The Man Without A Country was named Philip Nolan.
Hale used Nolan's name because it was well known, but the character in his novel shared little else with the. A memorial erected in in Blum, Texas, to the memory of Philip Nolan (–), a Belfast-born horse trader, freebooter and one of the earliest filibusters.
Philip Nolan ( – 21 marzo ) è stato un pirata e mercante statunitense. Visse a Natchez, nello stato americano del Mississippi, e in Texas, allora e i suoi viaggi egli venne a contatto con gli indiani Comanche e Taovayas e i suoi appunti di viaggio servirono a disegnare il confine tra Texas e Louisiana nel Fu ucciso dai soldati spagnoli nel Books by Clay Coppedge: Texas | Columns | "Letters from Central Texas" Philip Nolan and All the Pretty Horses by Clay Coppedge: Not only could wild horses not keep Philip Nolan away from Texas in the s, they were the reason he kept coming back here and the reason he died here.
Other more nefarious motives have been suggested as the real. Philip Nolan: The Man Without a Country is Chuck Pfarrer’s captivating adaptation of Edward Everett Hale’s American classic “The Man Without a Country,” first published in The Atlantic Monthly more than a century ago.
Masterfully blending history and fiction, Pfarrer tells the story of a young artillery officer, Philip Nolan, who becomes embroiled in Aaron Burr’s conspiracy to. The real Philip Nolan had a country – and an eye possibly on several others, which led to a number of wild and incredible adventures. The one of those countries was Texas, then a Spanish possession, a far provincial outpost of Mexico, then a major jewel in the crown of Spain’s overseas colonies.
Philip Nolan and Texas Expeditions to the Unknown Land, book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers.3/5. Philip Nolan: The Man Without a Country is Chuck Pfarrer's captivating adaptation of Edward Everett Hale's American classic "The Man Without a Country," first published in The Atlantic Monthly more than a century ago.
Masterfully blending history and fiction, Pfarrer tells the story of a young artillery officer, Philip Nolan, who becomes embroiled in Aaron Burr's cons/5(6). From the guide to the Nolan, Philip, Papers,(Dolph Briscoe Center for American History, The University of Texas at Austin) Trader.
From the description of Papers of Philip Nolan, (Unknown). WorldCat record id: Philip Nolan, a native of Belfast, Ireland, was a contraband trader in the Louisiana Territory and Texas.
View the profiles of people named Philip Nolan. Join Facebook to connect with Philip Nolan and others you may know. Facebook gives people the power to. In he joined Philip Nolan's last filibustering expedition to Texas, lured by promises of wealth from captured mustangs and by talk of gold and silver.
He was captured by the Spaniards, established residences in both Mexico and in Texas, and became a minor. The Los Angeles Review of Books is a (c)(3) nonprofit. Hale’s biographer Jean Holloway could reasonably describe Philip Nolan’s having already struck on the same idea for Texas.
records for Philip Nolan. Find Philip Nolan's phone number, address, and email on Spokeo, the leading online directory for contact information. Find a Grave, database and images (: accessed), memorial page for Philip Nolan (–21 Mar ), Find a Grave Memorial no.
Philip Nolan Papers,Dolph Briscoe Center for American History, The University of Texas at Austin. Processing Information Basic processing and cataloging of this collection was supported with funds from the National Historical Publications and Records Commission (NHPRC) for the Briscoe Center’s History Revealed: Bringing.
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With our state of the art technology, extensively experienced staff, and multiple quality assurance check points to ensure all errors are caught, you’re guaranteed of.The Philip Nolan papers document his expeditions from Louisiana into Texas in the years and the reaction of the Spanish governors of Texas and Nuevo Santander, including the trial of Nolan's men by the Spanish.