Republic of Texas
Found in 104 Collections and/or Records:
The Nepomuceno Castrillon Papers, 1837, document Castrillon’s May 1837 acquisition of a land grant in Nacogdoches County, Texas, to which he was entitled as a citizen of the Republic of Texas at the time of revolution.
The John Caughon Deed, 1837, is an original deed of conveyance, transferring land in Zavala’s Colony in San Augustine County, Texas, from John Caughon to David Brown. The deed contains signatures of Caughon, Brown, two witnesses, a county judge, and a deputy county clerk.
The Josephus Cavitt Papers include correspondence, financial papers, military orders, muster rolls, a deed, a certificate, and a broadside, and relate to the life and career of Cavitt, stock raiser and militiaman in Robertson County, Texas.
Photostats of correspondence, financial and legal papers, and a passport compose the John P. Coles Papers, 1824-1865, documenting Coles' legal and political career as well as early Texas history.
Handwritten transcriptions of two letters compose the Charleston Courier Letters, 1844, documenting newspaper coverage and public response to a speech by General James Hamilton on the prospects of the Republic of Texas in a second conflict with Mexico.
Composed of correspondence, legal and financial documents, and an autobiography, the William Carroll Crawford Papers, 1842-1848, 1875-1894, illuminate the business career and family life of Crawford.
The Ephraim Daggett reminisences consist of the author's recollections of the Regulator-Moderator War in East Texas (1839-1844) and Daggett's experiences as a merchant, soldier, legislator, and politician, associated with Austin, Fort Worth, Shelby County, Shelbyville, and Tarrant County.
These papers were collected and produced by Dienst and include the Bryan-Hall papers.
Sarah Bradley Dodson Collection, 1844-1993, is comprised of correspondence and printed material relating to Dodson's flag, believed to be the original Lone Star flag.
Consisting of two printed items, the Andrew Jackson Donelson Papers, 1844-1846, document the career of Donelson as a United States diplomat.