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Reconstruction in Texas. [from the Galveston (Tex.) daily news, Sunday, November 15, 1896.] by J
read before the Texas Historical Society of Galveston at its annual meeting, Tuesday evening, Nove Gentlemen of the Texas Historical Society of Galveston.
In response to your resolution requestin he ranks to a great extent.
The forces in Galveston.
On May 12th, the day the news of Johnsto ral Magruder at Houston, he went by train to Galveston, assembled the forces there on parade, and, oss of life and destruction of property.
At Galveston a blockade runner, which had escaped the ene country but little, if at all. M. Lasker, of Galveston, (now State Senator,) a private in Pyron's r at Corpus Christi; on the 29th the force at Galveston was scarcely sufficient to man the forts, an neral Smith visited the blockading fleet off Galveston and there ratified with the Federal admiral by permission of the military authorities at Galveston, and no permit was obtained from the municip