By Eugene Hudson Long, R. G. Collmer
Covers a various variety of pursuits in American literature.
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H. 3 This effort proved to be the last armed attempt by Texans to take control of the land of enchantment, but they later did partially by homesteading what they could not accomplish by force of arms. When the war ended, a tide of Anglo-Americans flooded into New Mexico from the east. These people were Texans mostly, and they were cattlemen. They had little or no respect for state boundaries so long as they could garner graze and water for their perpetually hungry and thirsty cattle. As early as 1866 the Texans pointed the way when Oliver Loving and Charles Goodnight pioneered the Goodnight-Loving Cattle Trail which ran up the Pecos Valley to the South Platte River just north of Denver.
19 In "Alice Doane's Appeal" he shows the same concern for the inability to locate "the precise spot of the executions" (XI, 268) on Gallows Hill as he does later when 19 H. Arlin Turner, "Hawthorne's Literary Borrowings," PMLA, 51 (1936), 560, n. 131. Page 18 he is attempting to locate the exact spot in Uttoxeter marketplace associated with Johnson's guilt. For Hawthorne the penance at Uttoxeter marketplace was the central episode in Johnson's life and the key to his essential character, although few modern readers would attach such significance to the episode or even consider it one of the more memorable ones.
It is true that many broad-minded people come from Texas, that many narrow, bigoted, and stupidly intolerant folk come from other states or have grown up right in New Mexico. But so many Texans come bringing that state's inability to forget the war with Mexico that New Mexico applies the term tejanos to all prejudiced newcomers. "11 After the town of Mora, New Mexico, had defended itself in 1843 against a Texan attacking force led by Charles H. , New Mexico: A Pageant of Three Peoples by Ema Fergusson (Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press, 1973), p.