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Crockett’s Exploits and Adventures in Texas first published in the United States of America 1836 This edition with an introduction and notes by John Seelye published in Penguin Books 2003 Introduction and notes copyright © John Seelye, 2003 All rights reserved LIBRARY OF CONGRESS CATALOGING IN PUBLICATION DATA Smith, Richard Penn, 1799-1854. [Col. Crockett’s exploits and adventures in Texas] On to the Alamo : Col. Crockett’s exploits and adventures in Texas / Richard Penn Smith ; edited with an introduction and notes by John Seelye.
When he was first elected, Crockett maintained that despite his earlier differences with the general he was a Jacksonian Democrat but he ended his congressional career five years later a champion of the Whigs. It was Crockett’s claim that he had remained a true Democrat while Jackson had become a dictator, a familiar enough charge at the time, thanks to the old general’s aggressive and authoritarian personality. But as James Shackford maintains, Crockett’s defection was chiefly inspired by the same old issue of squatters’ rights, on which he and Jackson had taken opposing positions early in the 1820s.
John Crockett’s own parents had been slaughtered by Native Americans in 1777, shortly after they had relocated from North Carolina to land that would soon become Tennessee. John was married by 1780, and settled in Washington County, North Carolina. Court records supply the material of his early biography, which was typical of his generation, for like many he was the son of an immigrant Irishman who had sought prosperity in the West but found only hardship and sudden death. The son shared the familial (and generational) propensity for misfortune: with a partner John built a mill in 1794 that was subsequently destroyed by a flood.
An Introduction To Model Theory by Zarko Mijajlovic