Indians of North America
Found in 67 Collections and/or Records:
Composed of a 16 mm reel documentary produced by KUHT, the
Journey to the Sky: A History of the Alabama and Coushatta Indians Film, 1981, chronicles the history of the Alabama and Coushatta Indians in Texas.
The Henri Joutel Journal, 1684-1688, contains a typewritten English transcription of Joutel’s journal from La Salle’s last expedition.
The W. C. Kutch affidavit, 1921, is comprised of an affidavit by W.C. Kutch, August 1, 1921, giving the names of the 12 men in the fight with Comanche at Little Salt Creek in Young County, Texas, on May 16, 1869.
These papers consist of notebooks, reminiscences, genealogies, diaries, poetry, financial papers, correspondence, newspaper clippings, printed material, and photographs related to the Kuykendall family of Texas.
Composed of an unpublished manuscript and two copies of a typescript, the J. O. Langford Reminiscences, [ca. 1950-1954], document Langford’s experiences in Mississippi and Texas.
Comprised of correspondence, journal entries, and a drawing, the Jean L’Archevêque Collection, 1684-1685, [ca. 1690], documents L’Archevêque’s experiences during his expedition to America with Robert de La Salle.
Materials collected by Lenz after his retirement concern the early history of Texas and its settlement, particularly by the Canary Islanders in San Antonio and the Germans in South Texas; the Texas Revolution; and the Texas Republic. Louis Lenz (1885-1967) was a civil engineer and Texana collector.
Papers document the life and career of John Zirvas Leyendecker who emigrated to Texas from Germany with his parents and siblings aboard the ship Riga in 1845 and settled in Fredericksburg.
These papers consist of literary productions, correspondence, printed, and visual materials that document the life and career of Mildred Pickle Mayhall.
The Ginger Miles Collection, [ca. 1990s], consists of twenty audiocassettes containing fifty radio programs written and produced by Miles.