Appendix I
Presidents and Governors of Texas

Presidents of Texas
Henry Smith, provisional1835–1836
David G. Burnet1836
Sam Houston1836–1838
Mirabeau B. Lamar1838–1841
Sam Houston1841–1844
Anson Jones1844–1846

Governors of Texas
J. Pinckney Henderson1846–1847
George T. Wood1847–1849
P. Hansborough Bell1849–1853
J. W. Henderson1853
Elisha M. Pease1853–1857
Hardin R. Runnels1857–1859
Sam Houston1859–1861
Edward Clark1861
Francis R. Lubbock1861–1863
Pendleton Murrah1863–1865
Andrew J. Hamilton, provisional1865–1866
James W. Throckmorton1866–1867
Elisha M. Pease, provisional1867–1869
Edmund J. Davis1870–1874
Richard Coke1874–1876
Richard B. Hubbard1876–1879
Oran M. Roberts1879–1883
John Ireland1883–1887
Lawrence Sullivan Ross1887–1891
James Stephen Hogg1891–1895
Charles A. Culberson1895–1899
Joseph D. Sayers1899–1903
S. W. T. Lanham1903–1907
Thomas M. Campbell1907–1911
Oscar B. Colquitt1911–1915
James E. Ferguson1915–1917
William P. Hobby1917–1921
Pat M. Neff1921–1925
Miriam A. Ferguson1925–1927
Dan Moody1927–1931
Ross S. Sterling1931–1933
Miriam A. Ferguson1933–1935
James V. Allred1935–1939
W. Lee O’Daniel1939–1941
Coke R. Stevenson1941–1947
Beauford H. Jester1947–1949
Allan Shivers1949–1957
Price Daniel1957–1963
John Connally1963–1969
Preston Smith1969–1973
Dolph Briscoe1973–1979
William P. Clements, Jr.1979–1983
Mark White1983–1987
William P. Clements, Jr.1987–1991
Ann Richards1991–1995
George W. Bush1995–2000
Rick Perry2000–

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  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Maps vi
  • Preface vii
  • 1- Land and Nature 1
  • 2- The Spanish Legacy 23
  • 3- Texas and the United States 47
  • 4- Settlement 79
  • 5- Texas in Transit 118
  • 6- The Texas Mystique 149
  • 7- [God Bless Texas] 188
  • 8- Afterword Books and Themes 216
  • Appendix I Presidents and Governors of Texas 219
  • Appendix II Counties of Texas 220
  • References 223
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