CS_00/CS_13. Texas History
Found in 2785 Collections and/or Records:
Pedro de Ampudia, 1803-1868, Mexican military officer, fought in the Texas Revolution and the Mexican War. Letter from Ampudia, May 2, 1836, commander of retreating Mexican forces, to Erasmo Sequin, with reply May 3, from Juan Sequin, advance commander of the Texas forces.
Biographical sketches of Mary Loewenberger Amsler and Charles Conrad Amsler, settlers in Austin's Colony who helped found Cat Spring, Texas.
Blacks at the University of Texas photographs, 1946-circa 1980, relate to the integration of UT and student life of Blacks and consists of prints and negatives from the Briscoe Center for American History exhibit "An End and a Beginning: Blacks at the University of Texas” and from the files of the UT Texas Student Publications, Inc., photographs.
Narrative of the life of Anders (1813- circa1900), an Arkansan who moved to Hunt County, Texas, in 1836.
The Evan Anders Papers, 1981, consist of a typescript of Dr. Anders' dissertation Bosses under Siege: South Texas Politics During the Progressive Era.
The Anderson and Nelson families were important early Swedish Texans. Collection contains group and individual portraits of August Anderson, his father, his wife, and other family members.
Records consist of two financial reports of church expenses and assessments charged to members, 1858-1861 and 1864-1866.
Anderson was an educator and writer. Manuscript of Anderson's "She Heard the Angels Sing."
Recollections by Anderson of her life as a teacher at Fort Davis in 1883.