Murder on the Santa Fe Trail: An International Incident, 1843

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Texas Western Press, the University of Texas at El Paso, 1987 - Law - 92 pages
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Full-length account of the 1843 murder of wealthy merchant Don Antonio Jose Chavez by outlaws on the Santa Fe Trail, a murder which threatened to disrupt the profitable overland trade between the 3 countries of Mexico, Texas, and the United States.

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Simmons has the ability to put more information into a sentence in a more interesting way than n early any other author I've read.... Read full review

Contents

THE VICTIM
1
THE PLOT
13
THE CRIME
25
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Marc Simmons holds the M.A. and Ph.D. degrees from the University of New Mexico. His publications include more than one hundred articles and nearly two dozen books on the American Southwest, several of them award winners.

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