Arredondo : last Spanish ruler of Texas and northeastern New Spain
- Bradley Folsom.
- English, Spanish. English text with selection in Spanish.
- Norman : University of Oklahoma Press, 
- Copyright notice
- Physical description
- xii, 324 pages : maps ; 24 cm
- Folsom, Bradley, 1979- author.
- Latin American and Caribbean Arts and Culture Publication Initiative.
- Includes bibliographical references (pages 239-312) and index.
- Like father, like son, 1775-1791
- Servant of the crown, 1791-1810
- The conquest of Nuevo Santander,
- Arredondo as administrator and delegator,
- Fire and sword,
- The Battle of Medina,
- Caligula in Texas, 1813-1814
- The Viceroy of the North, 1814-1815
- A government of order and good administration,
- Unlawful enterprises, 1815-1816
- The Siege of Soto la Marina,
- A false peace, 1817-1818
- A reduction of authority, 1819-1820
- The coming of Mexican independence, 1820-1821
- After Arredondo, 1821-1837
- "Examines the history of Texas and Northeastern New Spain under Commandant General Joaquín de Arredondo, a Spanish civil and military authority who employed violence and unconventional means to maintain order against revolutionaries, invaders, pirates, and raiding American Indian tribes during the years of 1811 to 1821"--Provided by publisher.
- Publication date
- Copyright date
- 9780806156972 (hardcover ; alk. paper)
- 080615697X (hardcover ; alk. paper)
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