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Jane McManus Cazneau

Anastasia Ashcroft

Jane McManus Cazneau

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Published by Macmillan/McGraw-Hill in New York .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Texas,
  • United States
    • Subjects:
    • Montgomery, Cora, 1807-1878 -- Juvenile literature.,
    • Montgomery, Cora, 1807-1878.,
    • Mexican War, 1846-1848 -- Biography -- Juvenile literature.,
    • Mexican War, 1846-1848 -- Diplomatic history -- Juvenile literature.,
    • Mexican War, 1846-1848 -- Journalists -- Juvenile literature.,
    • Women journalists -- United States -- Biography -- Juvenile literature.,
    • Journalists -- United States -- Biography -- Juvenile literature.,
    • Mexican War, 1846-1848.,
    • Journalists.,
    • Women -- Biography.,
    • Texas -- Annexation to the United States -- Juvenile literature.,
    • Texas -- Annexation to the United States.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementwritten by Anastasia Ashcroft ; illustrated by Randy Hamblin.
      GenreJuvenile literature., Biography, Biography.
      ContributionsHamblin, Randy, ill.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsE403.1.M66 A84 2002
      The Physical Object
      Pagination16 p. :
      Number of Pages16
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3701087M
      ISBN 100021496773
      LC Control Number2003267146


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Description Book containing a biography of Jane McManus Storm Cazneau, a journalist, publicist, and advocate for military, political, and class reforms.

Jane McManus Cazneau book Includes her time in New York, Texas, and Cuba, as well as her coverage of the Mexican by: 5. written by Anastasia Ashcroft ; illustrated by Randy Hamblin.

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The papers consist of letters from Cazneau, a copy of her will, and transcripts of documents. Jane McManus Cazneau's major work is Eagle Pass; or, Life on the Border (), a first-person narrative of her months in a Texas border Jane McManus Cazneau book.

It is, as Cazneau states in her preface, mainly a protest against the government's Native American policy, which she labels a. AmericanWar, little has been written aboutJane Cazneau'searly years in Texas or her experiences with the Galveston Bay and Jane McManus Cazneau book Land Company.l Jane Maria Eliza McManus was born April 6,near Troy, New York.

Her parents, William and Catherine Coons McManus, a local politician and hisAuthor: Linda S Hudson. Jane McManus Storm Cazneau (–) was a complex person who died at sea the way she lived—at the center of a storm of controversy. Whether as Aaron Burr’s mistress, land speculating in Texas, behind enemy lines during the Mexican War, filibustering for Cuba or Nicaragua, promoting Mexican revolution from a dugout in Eagle Pass, or urging free blacks to emigrate to the Dominican.

Much of what we know about Cazneau today comes from the work of histo-rian Linda S. Hudson, whose book Mistress of Manifest Destiny: A Biography of Jane McManus Storm Cazneau establishes Cazneau as an important historical figure.

Based on Jane McManus Cazneau book biographical and historical foundation, additional. Writer and promoter Jane Cazneau helped shape Texas and American history in the mid-nineteenth century. Working as a journalist in the s and 50s, she campaigned tirelessly for Texas independence.

Her columns in periodicals such as the New York Sun helped sway public opinion in support of Texas statehood—and America's "manifest destiny. Linda S.

Hudson, author Jane McManus Cazneau book Mistress of Manifest Destiny: A Biography of Jane McManus Storm Cazneau,is a professor of history at East Texas Baptist University in Marshall.

This is her first work published by the TSHA. Cazneau’s activism was not limited to her role as an essayist.

Also at this time he married Jane McManus Storms (see CAZNEAU, JANE), and together they were instrumental in establishing the town of Eagle Pass. Under the administrations of President Franklin Pierce and his successor, James Buchanan, Cazneau was twice appointed special agent to the Dominican Republic ( and ).

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Engraving depicting Jane Maria Eliza McManus Storms Cazneau (–), US adventurer, journalist and publicist, circa (Photo by Kean Collection/Getty Images), Author: Texas General Land Office.

Jane McManus Storm Cazneau’s two dreams were both only partly successful. In an attempt to make a great fortune in land speculation, she and her husband did invest in Texas land, and in real estate and mines in the Dominican Republic, Jamaica and Nicaragua, with varying degrees of success.

"Jane McManus Storm Cazneau () was a complex person who died at sea the way she lived - at the center of a storm of controversy. Whether as Aaron Burr's mistress, land speculating in Texas, behind enemy lines during the Mexican War, filibustering for Cuba or Nicaragua, promoting Mexican revolution from a dugout in Eagle Pass, or urging free blacks to emigrate to the Dominican Republic.

Journalist, author, promoter, and unofficial diplomat, Jane Maria Eliza McManus Storms Cazneau () wrote under the pen name Cora or Corinne Montgomery.

Born in Troy, New York, she was the daughter of U. Congressman William T. McManus and his wife Catharina, née Coons. Hudson, Linda Sybert, Jane McManus Storm Cazneau (^: A Biography.

Doctor of Philosophy (History), May,pp., 1 table, 3 illustrations, 4 maps, titles. Jane Maria Eliza McManus, born near Troy, New York, educated at Emma Willard's Troy Female Seminary, promoted the American maritime frontier and wrote onCited by: 1.

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Jane Cazneau, the most prolific female journalist on US foreign policy during the antebellum period, was not wanting in self-confidence.

"To a certain point," she wrote Secretary of the Navy George Bancroft in July"I can and do control over half of the entire daily circulation [of the New York Sun] and from my position thus hold the balance of opinion on any man or measure" (qtd.

Jane McManus Storms. Jane McManus Storms () was an editor and journalist who publised columns in various American papers, along with 20 journal articles and book reviews, and 15 books.

She usually published anonymously or under the name “Montgomery.” But her life gets really interesting in the Mexican-American War. Think Bond. An excerpt from Mistress of Manifest Destiny: A Biography of Jane McManus Storm Cazneau, An excerpt from Esther: A Story of the Oregon Trail by Mrs.

Anne S. Stephens, written in Letter from A.D. Covin to George Carmack in criticizing US expansionism. Mistress of Manifest Destiny A Biography of Jane McManus Storm Cazneau, (Book): Hudson, Linda S.: Jane McManus Storm Cazneau () was a complex person who died at sea the way she lived--at the center of a storm of controversy.

Whether as Aaron Burr's mistress, land speculating in Texas, behind enemy lines during the Mexican War, filibustering for Cuba or Nicaragua.

Jane McManus Storm Cazneau () was a complex person who died at sea the way she lived--at the center of a storm of controversy. Whether as Aaron Burr's mistress, land speculating in Texas, behind enemy lines during the Mexican War, filibustering for Cuba or Nicaragua, promoting Mexican revolution from a dugout in Eagle Pass, or urging free.

Jane Maria Eliza Cazneau (née McManus, widowed Storm; April 6, – Decem ) was an American journalist, lobbyist, and publicist who advocated the annexation of all of Mexico during the Mexican-American War. Jane McManus Storm Cazneau (–) was a complex person who died at sea the way she lived—at the center of a storm of controversy.

Whether as Aaron Burr’s mistress, land speculating in Texas, behind enemy lines during the Mexican War, filibustering for Cuba or Nicaragua, promoting Mexican revolution from a dugout in Eagle Pass, or urging free blacks to emigrate to the Brand: Linda S.

Hudson. The Jane McManus Storm Cazneau Papers are held by the Briscoe Center for American History at The University of Texas at Austin. The papers consist of letters from Cazneau. It’s hard to argue with Linda S. Hudson’s claim in Mistress of Manifest Destiny: A Biography of Jane McManus Storm Cazneau, that Cazneau was “one of the more intelligent and.

Jane McManus Storm Cazneau was born in Troy, New York, in After a failed marriage and being named as Aaron Burr’s mistress in his divorce, she came to Texas in with her brother Robert McManus in an attempt to improve the family’s shrinking fortune.

Although she received a contract to settle families in. Jane McManus Storm Cazneau was a shadowy figure on the margins of United States foreign policy in the mid-nineteenth century.

A journalist for expansionist publications such as the United States Magazine and Democratic Review, she deserves. William Leslie Cazneau () was a Texas pioneer and is credited with having buried the Alamo Heroes with full military honors. William Leslie Cazneau was born on October 5,at Boston, Massachusetts.

In he moved to Texas and established a general merchandise business. Find a Grave, database and images (: accessed), memorial page for Jane Maria McManus Cazneau (6 Apr –10 Dec ), Find a Grave Memorial no.

; Maintained by Patrick L. Cazneau (contributor ) Body lost at sea, who reports a Atlantic : 6 Apr Jane Cazneau From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jane Maria Eliza Cazneau (née McManus, widowed Storm ; April 6, – Decem ) was an American journalist, lobbyist, and publicist who advocated the annexation of all of Mexico during the Mexican-American War.

Book digitized by Google from the library of Harvard University and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb. Jane Maria (McManus)] [Cazneau. Publication date Publisher Putnam Collection Harvard University Language English.

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Storms and had William that was a noted inventor with many patents. She divorced in and moved to Texas to begin a new live with her brother R.O.W.

She married 2nd, William Cazneau. Wrote many books with pseudonym and many newpaper articles on American expansionism.

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