Republic of Texas
Found in 104 Collections and/or Records:
Comprising correspondence, a diary, commissions and appointments, certificates, financial documents, land surveys, a biography and obituary, maps, and printed material, the Robert Simpson Neighbors Papers, 1838-1935, document the career of Neighbors as an Indian agent in Texas.
Correspondence, legal documents, account papers, and land surveys in the Fred Nibling Papers, 1833-1904, document the careers of Frederick Nibling, Sr., and Frederick Nibling, Jr.
A receipt and pardon comprise the Samuel G. Norvell Papers, 1843, 1855, documenting Norvell’s incarceration in Mexico.
The Josiah Pancoast letters are comprised of letters concerning the career of Josiah Pancoast, teacher and soldier.
Composed of correspondence, the Philpott Texana Collection, 1844-1879, documents social and political affairs in Texas spanning from the antebellum period to Reconstruction.
The Reuben M. Potter Papers contain the poetry, correspondences, and scrapbook keepsakes of the soldier, author and customs officer Reuben Marmaduke Potter.
A bound typescript composes the Rosalie Bridget Hart Priour Reminiscences, [ca. 1867], chronicling Priour’s experiences emigrating from Ireland and settling in Texas during antebellum period.
The William Prissick bill of sale, 1849, is comprised of a business document that summarizes the transfer of ownership of the Republic of Texas donation claim numbered 887. The bill of sale was from William Prissick of Matagorda County to Samuel W. Fisher, with the deal occuring in 1849. The ownership of the Republic of Texas donation claim was originally granted to J.E. Duffield in 1839.
The Mary C. Punchard contract, 1840, consists of one contract of sale for a stock certificate, notarized in New Orleans in 1840.
Legal documents, manuscript letters, broadsides, journals, photographs, pamphlets, and ephemera comprise the Ralph Putnam and George Creamer Collection, 1804, 1830-1945, and document the Perry, Bryant, Weems, Putnam, and Creamer families.