In 1832 Nacogdoches was once more a battle-ground between the republican and monarchical forces of Mexico.
A man called Faulkner—a fine fellow from Nacogdoches—spoke to us.
Nacogdoches was one of the earliest Spanish settlements of this region.
The insurgents granted this delay, by which the Commandant profited to send in all haste to the Nacogdoches garrison to help him.
Nacogdoches is merely a station for troops, and contains nearly 500 souls.
In 1805, Nacogdoches was fortified against American advance, and the following year is reported with five hundred inhabitants.
During the Mexican revolution, however, Nacogdoches suffered severely, and after 1819 was wholly abandoned for several years.
The Asinai extended as far east as the present city of Natchitoches (Nacogdoches).