Revolution (Texas : 1835-1836)
Found in 160 Collections and/or Records:
The Henry H. Vollentine collection, 1831-1969, includes materials collected by Henry and Genevieve Vollentine regarding Gonzales County and other Texas history, as well as printed penmanship ephemera.
Genealogical material, correspondence, financial records, literary productions, and a land grant relate to the Washington, Cloud, Snead and Hammond families of Georgia and Texas. These records focus on Lewis Miles Hobbs Washington, his wife, and William, Adam, and John Wurts Cloud.
The William H. Wharton Papers, 1837-1838, is comprised of correspondence primarily regarding Wharton’s imprisonment on a Mexican ship.
Reuben Grayden White and his wife, Mrs. Rachel Peebles White, lived in Hempstead, Texas, around 1927, where they owned a cotton plantation. The White and Peebles families were founders of the town. Letters, a diary, legal papers, financial papers, an exercise book, and clippings concerning members of the White and Peebles families comprise the papers.
Digital materials compose the Michael and Emma Widener Lorenzo de Zavala Translation Collection, 1996, documenting the Wideners’ grant-funded project to translate the Lorenzo de Zavala Papers from Spanish to English.
The Robert McAlpin Williamson Papers, 1833, 1836, contain letters and legal documents regarding a loan Williamson received and military affairs.
The Norman Woods papers consist of letters written and received in Perote Prison in Mexico by Woods and his friends (1843).
The George Travis Wright Family Papers, 1824-1917, include correspondence, journals, military papers, receipts, court records, plantation records, broadsides, and printed material related to the Wright family and to the economic and social history of the Eastern Red River Valley of Texas and Arkansas from 1824 to 1917.
Biographies of Texas veterans, biographical sketches of other early figures in the history of Texas, correspondence and photographs encompass the collection of farmer, soldier, educator, and amateur historian William Physick Zuber (1820-1913).