TITLE

JULY 17, 1797

AUTHOR(S)
Stone, Ron
PUB. DATE
January 1984
SOURCE
Book of Texas Days;1984, p125
SOURCE TYPE
Book
DOC. TYPE
Book
ABSTRACT
The article offers facts about Philip Nolan, an Irish horse thief. On July 17, 1797, Nolan received a passport. It was to be the start of a series of forays into and out of Texas that ended with Spain fearing Nolan was gathering Indians and Americans to build a force to expel the Spanish. In 1801 he was murdered.
ACCESSION #
21474740

 

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