The San Saba Mission: Spanish Pivot in Texas

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • List of Maps viii
  • Acknowledgments ix
  • Introduction to the New Edition xi
  • Part I - A Plan Conceived 1
  • The Many Threads 3
  • Instrument of Peace 17
  • Winds of Change 25
  • A Common Tie 30
  • A Plan Evolved 36
  • Pilgrims' Journey 42
  • Part II - Life of the Mission 51
  • A Mission Founded 53
  • Storm Clouds 61
  • Crown of Martyrdom 72
  • Escape 79
  • Scene of Death 85
  • Frontier Terror 90
  • Part III - The Changed Frontier 99
  • Banner Borne by Pride 101
  • The Great Mistrust 111
  • Mission of Vengeance 118
  • Aftermath of Failure 129
  • Part IV - The Retreat 145
  • The New Commander 147
  • New Apache Missions 156
  • The Inspector General 167
  • The Pivot 176
  • Part V - The Spanish Legacy 185
  • Forsaken Land 187
  • Return to San Sabá 195
  • Bibliography 213
  • Index 219
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