Revolution (Texas : 1835-1836)
Found in 160 Collections and/or Records:
Composed of correspondence, reminiscences, literary productions, legal documents, a muster roll, and newspaper clippings, the Martin McHenry Kenney Papers, 1836-1907, chronicle Kenney’s experiences as a soldier in the Civil War and as a Texas Ranger as well as his travels throughout Mexico, Central America, and South America.
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 original and typescripts of correspondence, legal documents, and broadsides, the Thomas F. Leaming Papers, 1796-1847, chronicle Leaming’s business and personal relationship with the Austin family.
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.
Maverick Family Papers, 1660-circa 1989, constitute a series of gifts from 1922 to 1956 through the generosity of several generations of family members. The papers constitute a detailed record of the Maverick family's private and public life spanning from before the Republic of Texas into the 20th century.
The José Antonio Menchaca Reminiscences, 1807-1836, contains six volumes of Menchaca’s unpublished memoirs. These volumes relate to Menchaca's experiences as a soldier during the Battle of San Antonio and during the development of San Antonio. The memoirs concern military, political, and social affairs in Texas.
Collection includes account books, bills, financial records, correspondence, and photographs.
Composed of obituaries, a memorandum and account book, appointment certificates, and boarding school and college records, the Nelson Merrill Papers, 1810-1879, chronicle Merrill’s experiences in mid-19th century Texas.
Log of the Mexican schooner Bravo while attempting to suppress the Texas Revolution
Comprised of 20th century handwritten copies and transcripts of correspondence, a diary, and memoirs, the Annie L. Middleton Papers, 1839-1845, 1935, document Middleton’s research on 19th century Texas history and government.