CS_00/CS_09. Military History
Found in 773 Collections and/or Records:
The John Arthur Bryan Papers, 1841-1872, include a memorandum book, a Republican ticket list, survey field notes, receipts, legal papers, a muster roll, and other military papers.
The Moses Austin Bryan papers, 1824-1897, 1926, relate to his activities as secretary to his uncle Stephen F. Austin, secretary of the Texas legation to the United States in 1839, major in the Civil War, and organizer and secretary of the Texas Veteran Association.
Consisting of two CDs and an original print proof and editor copy, the Benjamin Bryant Papers, 2010, document the communication strategy and process behind “Protecting the Forces: Lessons from Fort Hood” and “Report of the Comprehensive Review of the Issues Associated with a Repeal of ‘Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell’” reports.
Photocopied manuscripts and a typescript comprise the Charles Grandison Bryant Papers, 1842-1867, 1941, which relate to Bryant’s business and army activities, the service of his son Andrew Jackson Bryant in the Texas Navy, and his family.
The Charles Max Buck papers consist of journals, biographical notes and essays, transcripts, negatives, correspondence, reports, sermons, and military records. These records depict the life of Charles Max Buck and some of his family members. The bulk of these papers document Charles Max Buck's service as a regimental chaplain during and after World War II.
The John Avner Buck orderly book is a photostatic copy of book kept for Captain Buck's Company F., Stevens' Regiment, Texas Dismounted Cavalry.
The Simon Bolivar Buckner Letter, 1862, is a copy of Buckner’s letter written from his headquarters at Dover, Tennessee, February 16, 1862, to Ulysses S. Grant, accepting terms of surrender.
The Henry S. Bunting Papers, 1861-1948, contains the biography and histories written by Henry S. Bunting about his father, Robert F. Bunting, and the Presbyterian Church in Texas.
Correspondence, a diary, sermon materials, and first hand accounts comprise the Robert Franklin Bunting Papers, 1861-1865, and document Bunting’s activities as the chaplain of Terry’s Texas Rangers during the Civil War. The papers contain accounts of the Civil War, the actions of Terry’s Texas Rangers, and evidence of an army chaplain’s daily activities.
The Burges-Jefferson Family Papers contain correspondence, photographs, legal documents, slave lists, a broadside, a bible, printed material, receipts, and clippings relating to the Burges and Jefferson families. The papers pertain to civilian and military life during the Civil War, religious life, and family affairs.