APRIL 20, 1842

Stone, Ron
January 1984
Book of Texas Days;1984, p67
The article focuses on the formation of the Adelsverein or Society of Nobility at Biebrich-am-Rhein, Germany on April 20, 1842. It was founded to provide assistance for the immigration of thousands of Germans to the Republic of Texas. Also on the same date, in the year 1872, an Indian battle at Howard's Well led to the government's cancellation of hunting permits for Indians.


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