Ghosts of Goliad and other stories of PresidioLa Bahia

By: Henry Wolff Jr.

Price: $35.00

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Book Condition: as new

Next to the Alamo, Presidio La Bahia, located just south of Goliad, Texas, is one of the most important missions in Texas. Dating to 1749, this mission was originally established by Spanish priests as protection from Indians. This is also the same mission where Col. James W. Fannin died in 1836 while fighting for Texas' independence from Mexico. The stories in the book are spine-tingling ghost stories from people who have visited the site. Includes B&W photos.

Title: Ghosts of Goliad and other stories of PresidioLa Bahia

Author Name: Henry Wolff Jr.

Categories: Texas History, Indian, New 2017,

Edition: 1st

Publisher: Victoria, TX, Victoria Advocate Publishing Co.: 1999

ISBN Number: 0872441164

ISBN Number 13: 9780872441163

Binding: perfect

Book Condition: as new

Type: softcover

Size: 8.5x5.5

lbs: 1.00 lbs

Seller ID: mctxv2508

Keywords: ghosts, Texas, Spanish missions, Presidio La Bahia, Goliad, Fannin,