So are certain Sioux and other dialects spoken within the texian area.
It may be so in a room, or a prison; but assuredly not in a texian prairie.
But in an hour and a half, the texian army left their camp on the Colorado.
We Greys, particularly the Europeans, looked at each other, greatly amused by this specimen of texian military discipline.
This letter reveals the true state of the texian question in January, 1844, and the conduct of all parties in relation to it.
They remained on the texian and Mexican frontier, waiting for the exigencies and emergencies in which they were to fight.
Many persons would secede on the non-admission of texian States who abhor disunion now.
The texian expedition, on its way to Santa Fé, once lost ninety-four horses by an estampede.
Austin, the father of texian colonisation, quitted the country in disgust.
An agricultural company from Kentucky had obtained from the texian government a grant of lands on the upper forks of the Trinity.
Mexican province, briefly an independent nation and now a U.S. state, from Spanish Texas, Tejas, earlier pronounced "ta-shas," originally an ethnic name, from Caddo (eastern Texas Indian tribe) taysha "friends, allies," written by the Spanish as a plural. Baseball Texas-leaguer is recorded from 1905.
State in the southwestern United States bordered by Oklahoma to the north, Arkansas and Louisiana to the east, the Gulf of Mexico and Mexico to the south, and New Mexico to the west. Its capital is Austin, and its largest city is Houston.
Note: One of the border states with Mexico; Mexican aliens often cross the border into Texas.
Note: One of the Confederate states during the Civil War.
Note: Long the largest state, it became second largest with the admission of Alaska as the forty-ninth state in 1959.