Texfake: An Account of the Theft and Forgery of Early Texas Printed Documents

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"Texfake" is the result of three years of investigation into the scandal surrounding the 1988 discovery of forged copies of the Texas Declaration of Independence. "The New York Times, Texas Monthly," and "The New Yorker" all carried articles on the affair, but this is the definitive account of the history and impact of the Texas forger and his wares. Austin rare book dealer Taylor lays out the facts concerning the forgeries: who made them; when and how they were made; how they were discovered; and whether or not the ...

Texfake: An Account of the Theft and Forgery of Early Texas Printed Documents 1994, Texas State Historical Association, Austin, TX

ISBN-13: 9780935072204

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