Indians of North America
Found in 67 Collections and/or Records:
Collection of Sam Houston Hearne, great-grandson of Sam Houston, consists primarily of Houston family correspondence, letters sent and received by Houston during and directly after the Texas Revolution and during his Texas presidency, and correspondence between Houston and Guy M. Bryan concerning Stephen F. Austin.
Caryl Clyde Hill was an avid collector of materials documenting the early history of the Republic of Texas, government and military affairs, and biographies and histories of famous Texas leaders.
Subjects for the prints in this collection come mainly from the pages of Leslie's and Harper's weeklies. They include the Civil War, the Spanish American War, the American West, the South, Latin America and Texas. Also included are portraits, mainly of politicians and military personnel.
Assortment of materials relating to Boyce House, Texas historian, humorist, columnist and radio personality.
Papers document the life of Sam Houston, including military service, as congressman from and governor of Tennessee, as commander-in-chief of the army in the Texas Revolution, as president of the Republic of Texas, as United States senator from and governor of the state of Texas. Many important state and national figures, especially Andrew Jackson, are represented, as well as personal friends and family members.
Comprised of correspondence, financial and business documents, orders, records, circulars, muster rolls, reports, inventories, newspaper clippings, drawings and maps, and photographs, the Milton G. Howe Papers, 1844-1900, document Howe’s career as a civil engineer, as a captain in the 1st Battalion of Engineers in the Confederate Army during the Civil War, and as a landowner in Houston.
Scrapbook of American Indian captives.
Scrapbooks of American Indians in Texas.
Composed of correspondence to his wife Juliet, the Brewster H. Jayne Letter, 1840, documents Jayne’s experiences in Austin, Texas.