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Indians of North America--Government relations

Subject Source: FAST

Found in 10 Collections and/or Records:

Reading Wood Black papers

Identifier: urn:taro:utexas.cah.01073

Papers of Black include correspondence, diaries, business papers, legal papers, obituaries, and photographs of Black and his family, as well as correspondence between Mary Wills and Jane Black after Black’s murder.

Dates: 1847 - 1892; 1934

S. A. Blain papers

Identifier: urn:taro:utexas.cah.01084

Letters tell of Indian disturbances and warn that Indian trails are leading south.

Dates: 1860

Charles Grandison Bryant papers

Identifier: urn:taro:utexas.cah.01691

Photocopied manuscripts and a typescript comprise the Charles Grandison Bryant Papers, 1842-1867, 1941, which relate to Bryant’s business and army activities, the service of his son Andrew Jackson Bryant in the Texas Navy, and his family.

Dates: 1842 - 1867; 1941

Don A. Chamberlin papers

Identifier: urn:taro:utexas.cah.01710
Abstract The Don A. Chamberlin Papers, 1836, 1860-1902, concern the career of Chamberlin and his family. Chamberlin’s diary within the collection describes his enlistment and service with the Texas Rangers. The papers also include an original scrapbook kept by Chamberlin with a letter, funeral announcement, photograph, several prints, and numerous newspaper clippings of poems, obituaries, biographical narratives, and historical narratives. Of special interest is an 1891 photograph of Belton, Texas,...
Dates: 1836; 1860 - 1902

Edward Earle papers

Identifier: urn:taro:utexas.cah.02772

Comprised of correspondence to his wife, the Edward Earle Papers, 1870-1871, document his experiences through Kansas and the Indian Territory and describes pioneer life, Quaker meetings, and Indian affairs.

Dates: 1870 - 1871

C. L. Greenwood collection

Identifier: urn:taro:utexas.cah.02814

Typed excerpts of publications and manuscripts compose the C. L. Greenwood Collection, 1835-1884, documenting Greenwood's research on conflicts between Texas settlers and Native Americans in the 19th century.

Dates: 1835 - 1884

Rebecca McIntosh Hawkins Hagerty papers

Identifier: urn:taro:utexas.cah.00537

Papers relating to the extended family of Rebecca McIntosh Hawkins Hagerty, a member of the Creek tribe who was also the only woman in Texas in 1860 who enslaved more than 100 people. Materials primarily include financial and legal documents, correspondence, and a newspaper clipping.

Dates: 1823 - 1901; 1974; 1991; 2007

Sam Houston Hearne collection

Identifier: urn:taro:utexas.cah.00099

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.

Dates: 1820 - 1929

Sam Houston papers

Identifier: urn:taro:utexas.cah.00005

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.

Dates: 1814 - 1957; undated

Power and Hewetson collection

Identifier: urn:taro:utexas.cah.01561

This collection concerns the colonization of Texas, particularly James Power's and James Hewetson's request to their Mexican government for small islands across from their original grant. The documents reflect the concern of the Mexicans over the advance and encroachment of the Anglo-Americans.

Dates: 1824 - 1835