Washington: Blair and Rives. Very Good. 1842. Newspaper. Some edge chips and tears, foxing spots, old ink writing on front page, and one penciled underline. A complete issue of The Globe newspaper from January 6, 1842, containing three full columns on the ongoing disastrous Texan Santa Fe Expedition saga, in which a poorly thought out Texan military and commercial party was taken prisoner by Mexico and marched from Santa Fe to Mexico City. News of the brutal details of the march and executions was reaching Washington at the time. No paper copies of The Globe are found on OCLC for 1842. ; 24" x 19"; 4 pp . (Inventory #: 010436)
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