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    Clarence Wharton. Remember Goliad. Houston: McCurdy-Young Company, 1931. First edition limited to 100 copies. Signed by the author on the front fly-leaf. 8vo. 61 pages. Illustrated. Publisher's original multi-colored cloth over boards with titles stamped in gilt on the front board. A remarkably fine copy with only a hint of toning to the contents and an unobtrusive private library stamp on the front free endpaper.


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    Though Wharton's Remember Goliad has been reprinted, the first edition is rarely encountered, especially in this pristine condition. Wharton gives an account of the Goliad campaign and events leading up to the tragic massacre of Col. James Fannin and most of his Texas army.



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    March, 2011
    12th Saturday
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