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Published by Refugio timely remarks in Refugio, Tex .
Written in English



  • Texas


  • Nuestra Señora del Refugio mission.,
  • Texas -- History -- To 1846.

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Edition Notes

Bibliography: p. 381-382.

Statementby William H. Oberste.
LC ClassificationsF389 .O2
The Physical Object
Pagination411 p.
Number of Pages411
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL6438877M
LC Control Number42020509

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Refugio: a comprehensive history of Refugio County from aboriginal times Hardcover – January 1, by LL.B. Hobart Huson (Author), Jack Cones (Drawings, Painter) out of 5 stars 1 rating. See all formats and editions. Hide other formats and editions.5/5(1). Nuestra Señora del Refugio Mission, the last of the Spanish missions in Texas, was founded on February 4, , by Franciscans of the College of Nuestra Señora de Guadalupe de Zacatecas, as part of prefect Manuel J. de Silva 's ambitious plan to pacify . Get this from a library! History of Refugio mission,. [William H Oberste; James H. Sutton Jr. and Sylvia Leal Carvajal Collection.]. The Refugio Mission, the last Spanish mission to be secularized after the area became part of Mexico, operated continuously until February By then, at least Mexicans lived on ranchos in the immediate vicinity, and a village existed around the mission.

Softcover books ship out within 1 week, Hardcover books can take up to 6 weeks to arrive at your doorstep. REFUGIO MISSION, TX: HISTORY OF REFUGIO MISSION. (Hardcover) William H. Oberste. p. (). TX H. 53 RUSK, TX: HISTORY OF RUSK COUNTY. (Hardcover) By Dorman H. Winfrey. p. () TXAH. Refugio Mission - Residents Killed by Indians Excerpt from History of Refugio Mission, William H. Oberste, , p. Oberste's Source: Burial Records of Mission, - Mission Nuestra Señora del Refugio was the final Spanish mission built in Texas. It was founded in February near the present day town of Long Mott. It did not do well in that location, and was moved to Mosquitos Creek in June , and then to its final location on the Mission River in January A Comprehensive History of Refugio County from Aboriginal Times, reprinted. $ "Frisco", Eighty-one Years in Small Town Refugio Texas, Seward P. Richardson, $ Pioneer Cattlemen of Refugio County. This is a large poster with 40 photographs and biographies, plus many, many brands. $ unframed print.

History in a Pecan Shell Refugio nearly disappeared twice. The "Battle of Refugio" took place in and nearly everyone abandoned the town. They finally got a post office in Francisco Xavier Alviso, son of Domingo Alviso and Maria Angela de Trejo, was born in San Miguel de Horcasitas, Sonora, Mexico. His family moved to Alta-California when he was fourteen. He married Maria Augustina in in Carmel, California. They had seven children. He died in at the age of Descendants and relatives lived mainly in California. Hobart Huson, Refugio: A Comprehensive History of Refugio County from Aboriginal Times to (2 vols., Woodsboro, Texas: Rooke Foundation, , ). William Kennedy, Texas: The Rise, Progress, and Prospects of the Republic of Texas (London: Hastings, ; rpt., Fort Worth: Molyneaux Craftsmen, ). Situated on the coast on the north bank of the Mission River, Refugio has been home to multiple newspaper titles since The Refugio area has sheltered many groups of settlers, and in it was the site of the Battle of Refugio during the Texas Revolution. Digitization was made possible by a Tocker Foundation grant.