Indians of North America
Found in 67 Collections and/or Records:
Comprising ephemera and printed material, correspondence, notes, and photographs related to Texas history and the collection of Roy Wilkinson Aldrich, the Dudley R. Dobie Papers, 1886-1974, document Dobie’s career as a historian and professor at the Sul Ross State University in Alpine, Texas.
A typescript composes the J. P. Earle Narrative, 1900, chronicling Earle’s research on the history of Clay County, Texas. The typescript concerns the towns of Henrietta and Cambridge as well as some of the first settlers and Native Americans of the county, including Wilson Gilbert, Quanah Parker, and John S. Babb, among others.
Collection aquired from Edward Eberstadt & Sons, booksellers, that includes source materials related to the early history of Texas and the Southwest.
Photostats comprise the Juan Bautista Elguézabal Reports, 1799-1805, chronicling Elguézabal’s career as governor of Texas.
Comprised of typescripts and photocopies of original manuscripts from the Archives Nationales, the French National Archives Records, 1697-1803, document French activities in Spanish and French territories in the American South, including Texas, Louisiana, Mississippi, and Florida.
Literary sketches compose the L. Alberto Guajardo Narrative, 1933-1935, documenting Guajardo's life in Piedras Negras, Coahuila, Mexico.
Consisting of a typescript entitled,
Gus You Ought to Write a Book, the O.A.
Gus Hansbrough Narrative, 1860-1920, documents Hansbrough’s family history and experiences as a gold miner, saloon bartender, and electrician in Colorado, New Mexico, and Texas.
Consisting of notes, a letter, and a bibliography, the Lee C. Harby Papers, 1890, document Harby’s historical research on Spanish missions in Texas. Darby’s letter to a bishop concerns the mission at San Antonio and the records of Fray Diego Martin García in 1690 and 1691.
The Garet S. Hardcastle Letter (1841) pertains to politics in the Republic of Texas during 1841.
The Sylvanus Hatch Memoirs, 1827-1885, contain a biographical sketch of Hatch, concerning his experiences in the Texas Revolution, Mexican prisons, and battles with Native Americans.