Table of contents for Captain Joseph C. Lea : from Confederate guerrilla to New Mexico patriarch / Elvis E. Fleming.


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Chapter One: Introduction                           1
Chapter Two: J.C. Lea in the Civil War              9
Chapter Three: From Reconstruction to
New Mexico Territory                         41
Chapter Four: Van C. Smith and the
Founding of Roswell                          55
Chapter Five: J.C. Lea and the Early
Development of Roswell                       67
Chapter Six: J.C. Lea and the Lincoln County War   81
Chapter Seven: Development of Roswell
Town in the 1880s                            99
Chapter Eight: The 'Land and Cattle' Business     123
Chapter Nine: Organization of Chaves County
and Roswell                                 151
Chapter Ten: Roswell's Developmental Period       163
Chapter Eleven: Founding New Mexico
Military Institute                          175
Chapter Twelve: Railroad to Roswell, 1894         195
Chapter Thirteen: Changing the Character of
Roswell's Government, 1903                  201
Chapter Fourteen: End of the Trail                211
Chapter Fifteen: Epilogue                         227



Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Lea, Joseph Callaway, 1841-1904, Pioneers New Mexico Roswell Biography, Ranchers New Mexico Roswell Biography, Businessmen New Mexico Roswell Biography, Roswell (N, M, ) Biography, Frontier and pioneer life New Mexico Roswell, Frontier and pioneer life Pecos River Valley (N, M, and Tex, )Roswell (N, M, ) History 19th century, Pecos River Valley (N, M, and Tex, ) History 19th century, Guerrillas Confederate States of America Biography