Philip Nolan

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Philip Nolan (177121 marzo 1801) è stato un pirata e mercante statunitense.

Visse a Natchez, nello stato americano del Mississippi, e in Texas, allora spagnolo. Durante i suo viaggi egli venne a contatto con gli indiani Comanche e Taovayas e i suoi appunti di viaggio servirono a disegnare il confine tra Texas e Louisiana nel 1804. Fu ucciso dai soldati spagnoli nel 1801.

Bibliografia[modifica | modifica sorgente]

  • Maurine T. Wilson and Jack Jackson, Philip Nolan and Texas Expeditions to the Unknown Land, 1791-1801, Texian Press (April 1988), ISBN 0-87244-079-6.
  • J.A. Quintero, "Philip Nolan and His Companions" reprinted in Malcolm McLean, Papers Concerning Robertson's Colony in Texas, 1788-1822, The Texas Association, Univ. of Texas at Arlington Press (1980), ISBN 0-932408-01-X.
  • Edward Everett Hale, "The Real Philip Nolan", Publications of the Mississippi Historical Society 4 (1901).
  • Edward Everett Hale, Philip Nolan's Friends: A Story of the Change of Western Empire Scribner, Armstrong, (1877); republished by Literature House (1970), ISBN 0-8398-0751-1.
  • Devereaux, Linda Ericson, "Philip Nolan and His Wild Horses", Texana, Volume XI (1973).
  • De Ville, Winston, and Jack Jackson. "Wilderness Apollo: Louis Badin's Immortalization of the Ouachita Militia's Confrontation with the Philip Nolan Expedition of 1800." Southwestern Historical Quarterly, 92 (January 1989), pp. 449-463.
  • "Philip Nolan", A Dictionary of Louisiana Biography Vol. 1 (1988), p. 607
  • James Wilkinson, Wilkinson, Soldier and Pioneer (1935) Rogers Printing Co., New Orleans
  • Maurine T. Wilson, "Philip Nolan and His Activities in Texas", Master's thesis (1932), University of Texas at Austin

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