CS_00/CS_09. Military History
Found in 773 Collections and/or Records:
The E. W. Burke Letter, 1900, is a letter from E. W. Burke reminiscing about his father, J. W. Burke, written on May 23, 1900.
Comprising a typescript of an autobiography, the Nathan Boone Burkett Reminiscences, 1895, discusses Burkett’s experiences as a soldier, surveyor, and hunter as told to his son-in-law John T. Hogwood.
Correspondence, legislative files, certificates, appointments, speeches, printed materials, newspaper clippings, political cartoons, photographs, and microfilm comprise the Albert Sidney Burleson Papers, 1841-1946, primarily documenting Burleson's years in the political arena as a United States congressman from Texas (1899-1913) and as postmaster general in Woodrow Wilson's cabinet (1913-1921).
Comprising a bound volume of Photostats of correspondence, military documents, newspaper clippings, and a photograph, the David Crockett Burleson Family Papers, 1860-1898, chronicle Burleson’s activities fighting in the Civil War as well his familial affairs.
Correspondence, military orders, muster rolls, circulars, broadsides, newspaper clippings, financial papers, legal documents, field notes, and deeds comprise the papers of Edward Burleson, Jr. (1826-1877). The papers relate to Burleson’s career as a soldier and politician.
Correspondence, deeds, legal documents, and article of agreement concern the career of Edward Burleson, Sr.
This collection contains transcripts of letters and a newspaper clipping concerning the lives, careers, and deaths of John T. (John Taylor) Burrowes (approximately 1825-1856) and Edward T. (Taylor) Burrowes (1842-1862) who migrated from New Jersey to Texas.
Composed of one volume of transcripts of correspondence, the Margaret Sealy Burton Letters, 1929-1933, chronicle Burton’s interest in the history of Galveston, Texas.
Collection concerns the career of Butler, lawyer, soldier, and politician, and President Andrew Jackson's diplomatic envoy to Mexico.
Composed of correspondence, the Benjamin Franklin Butler Collection, 1861, 1863, chronicles his experiences as major general in the Union Army during the Civil War.