|Statement||translated by Franz J. Dohmen.|
|Contributions||Meusebach, John, b. 1812., Dohmen, Franz Joseph, 1874- tr., Chabot, Frederick Charles, 1891-1943, ed.|
|LC Classifications||F381 .Y36 vol. 3|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||39|
|LC Control Number||37029110|
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Eight-year-old Emil Frederick "Dutch" Wurzbach arrived with his family in Galveston in early as one of the hundreds of German immigrants who sailed to Texas that year. He spent his childhood in central Texas, first at Fredericksburg, then in Austin, and finally on a farm outside Austin. At the age of eleven Wurzbach began a series of frontier jobs, largely with the army, herding livestock Author: Cary D. Wintz. Chabot, Frederick C. Life and Memoirs of Emil Frederick Wurzbach. San Antonio: Wurzbach arrived from Germany as a child in and lived in Austin. During the s he served with the Texas Rangers and volunteered for the Confederacy. He later moved to San Antonio, where he recorded his memoirs in He died in Cude, Elton. WURZBACH, EMIL FRIEDRICH, Life and Memoirs of Emil Frederick Wurzbach, to Which Is Appended Some Papers of John Meusebach. San Antonio, Yanaguana Society, AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY, Proceedings at the Annual Meeting Held in Worcester, Octo Chabot, Frederick C. Life and Memoirs of Emil Frederick Wurzbach. San Antonio: Wurzbach arrived from Germany as a child in and lived in Austin. During the s he served with the Texas Rangers and volunteered for the Confederacy. He later moved to San Antonio, where he recorded his memoirs in He died in
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