James K. Greer narrative
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The James K. Greer Narrative, 1860-1861, is comprised of one volume of historical narrative, pertaining to political issues of Louisiana and the election of 1860, political issues in Louisiana from 1860 to the assembling of the secession convention, and political affairs in Louisiana from January to April 1861.
- Creation: 1860 - 1861
- Greer, James K. (Person)
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James Kimmins Greer, author and historian, was an early graduate of the University of Texas, earning a bachelors (1918), masters (1922), and doctorate degree (1927). He taught at Texas Women's University, at Howard in Birmingham, Alabama, and at Hardin-Simmons University until his retirement in 1959. He is the author or editor of several works, including Buck Barry, Texas Ranger and Frontiersman, Colonel Jack Hays in the Frontier Southwest, and Louisiana politics, 1845-1861, which may have also been used for Greer's 1927 University of Texas thesis.
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James Kimmins Greer, author and historian, was an early graduate of the University of Texas, earning a bachelors (1918), masters (1922), and doctorate degree (1927). The narrative concerns political issues in Louisiana from the election of 1860 to secession of 1861.
This collection was processed by archives staff, ca. 1928.
Subsequent revisions were made by Jessi Fishman, August 2016.
- James K. Greer Narrative, 1860-1861
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