Indians of North America
Found in 67 Collections and/or Records:
Two copies of
The Three Forks of the Trinity and Anderson County during Reconstruction compose the Charles H. Moore Reminiscences, 1932-1933, chronicling the immigration of Moore’s family to Nacogdoches, Texas, and the history of Anderson County.
Five volumes compose the Fray Agustín Morfi Narrative, 1776-[ca. 1783], chronicling Morfi’s experiences in Texas and Mexico as well as his research on late 17th and 18th century Texas.
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.
Composed of typescripts and Photostats of letters, reports, orders, church records, and legal papers, the New Mexico Archives Records, 1532-1879, chronicle Spanish and Mexican activities in the province of New Mexico from the 16th through the 19th centuries.
One volume contains typescripts of the Samuel P. and Susan E. Newcomb Diaries, 1865-1873, which document the lives of the Newcombs in Texas.
The collection documents the professional career and personal life of Texas field naturalist George Henry Ragsdale (1846-1895).
A typescript composes the Juan de Oliván Rebolledo and Thomas Phelipe de Winthuysen Reports, 1691, 1744, documenting Rebolledo’s expedition to the province of Texas in 1691 and Winthuysen’s report on the progress of the province of Texas and the New Philippines in 1744.
Alexander W. Smith served under Edward Fitzgerald Beale as the wagon master during an expedition to survey for a wagon road from Fort Defiance, New Mexico, through Arizona and Texas to the Colorado River.
Composed of seven volumes of typescripts and Photostats of narratives and a report, the Spanish Missions in Texas and California Collection, 1691-1825, documents the activities of various Spanish missions in Texas and California between the 17th and 19th centuries.