Republic of Texas
Found in 104 Collections and/or Records:
Early Texas documents related to John B. Dupuy, a county judge in Washington and Erath counties, that include land grants, certificates of elected office, and a property transfer.
Comprised of correspondence, research files, notes, as well as photocopies and Photostats of Cazneau’s documents, the Jane Durgin Papers, undated, document Durgin’s research of author, war correspondent, journalist, and expansionist Jane Cazneau (1807-1878).
Written by his granddaughter, Marie Cassandra Durham Cabler, the George John Durham Narrative, undated, offers a biographical sketch documenting Durham’s life and public service in Texas.
The Cayton Erhard Papers, 1813-1899, 1953, document the life and career of Erhard, as a merchant, soldier, and politician.
Papers include correspondence, affidavits, commission, certificates, military reports, and orders concerning the career of Ewing (1809-1853) as chief surgeon in the army of the Republic of Texas and as a Mason.
The Henry Francis Fisher papers are comprised of correspondence and financial records of Fisher (1805-1867) concerning his employment in England and his duties as German consul in Texas and Texas consul in Germany.
The Edward Fontaine narrative, circa 1857, contains a photocopy of the original manuscript and a typed transcription relating to the life of Mirabeau B. Lamar, third president of the Republic of Texas, up until 1857.
Consisting of a Photostatic copy, the James A. Glascock Diary, 1842-1844, documents Glascock’s capture and experiences as a member of the Mier Expedition held at Perote Prison, Mexico.