American Civil War (United States : 1861-1865)
Found in 438 Collections and/or Records:
The Elizabeth Ross Clarke Narrative, [ca. 1920], contains Clarke’s biography of her father Sul Ross and his father Shapley Prince Ross entitled,
YA-A-H-H-OO, Warwhoop of the Comanches: The Cry that Struck Terror to the Hearts of the Pioneers in the Early Days of Texas..
The James Travis and William H. Cleveland Papers, 1850-1864, consist of family correspondence and stock raisers association meeting minutes.
The Monroe F. Cockrell Collection, 1862, 1864, 1963-1964, contains three letters concerning the Confederate Army’s battles, hospitals, and railroads during the Civil War.
Consisting of two typed transcripts, the W. R. Coffee diary, 1863, documents the daily life of two Union soldiers during the Civil War.
The James Reid Cole Papers include correspondence, diaries, reminiscences, articles, lecture notes, school class records, financial and college class notes relating to Cole, Confederate officer, educator, college administrator, and state representative.
Consisting of correspondence and reminiscences, the Ann Raney Thomas Coleman Papers, 1849-1892, 1958, document Coleman’s tumultuous life.
Correspondence, military records, an account book, receipts, and ephemera compose the William G. Coleman Papers, 1846-1915, documenting the lives of Coleman and his family.
Collection consists of soldiers' personal correspondence, diaries and reminiscences; official Confederate Medical Department papers and miscellaneous papers relating to military medical matters; official documents, orders, and letters relating to Confederate affairs both civil and military.
The Cooke County Historical Collection contains typed transcripts of all the articles, clippings, original interviews, chapter excerpts, correspondence, and handwritten research compiled by Lillian Gunter in preparation for the writing of a book recounting the history of Cooke County and the Red River region of Texas.
The Coreth Family Papers, 1833-1983, contain correspondence, legal documents, notebooks, transcription of documents, newspaper and magazine clippings, and research notes primarily related to the Ernst Coreth family and their relationship with other German families following their immigration to Texas in 1846.