Revolution (Texas : 1835-1836)
Found in 160 Collections and/or Records:
Correspondence, autobiographical narrative, military orders, scrapbooks, speeches, historical literary productions, and legal papers arranged chronologically by subject document the career of Guy Morrison Bryan (1821-1901) as a soldier and legislator.
The Moses Austin Bryan papers, 1824-1897, 1926, relate to his activities as secretary to his uncle Stephen F. Austin, secretary of the Texas legation to the United States in 1839, major in the Civil War, and organizer and secretary of the Texas Veteran Association.
The John Wheeler Bunton Papers, 1751, 1837-1880, document the political, agricultural, and family business of Bunton and his relations through correspondence, business records, and a broadside.
Comprising a typescript of an autobiography, the Nathan Boone Burkett Reminiscences, 1895, discusses Burkett’s experiences as a soldier, surveyor, and hunter as told to his son-in-law John T. Hogwood.
Correspondence, deeds, legal documents, and article of agreement concern the career of Edward Burleson, Sr.
Papers pertain to the career of David G. Burnet (1788-1870), president ad interim of the Republic of Texas and later secretary of state of the Republic and of the state of Texas.
Comprising correspondence, printed material, and an historical sketch, the Evelyn Burress Papers, 1939-1946, document Burress’ activities preserving historic buildings as well as her interest in Texas history and genealogy.
Business records, legal documents, social and political materials, printed material, photographs, and correspondence compose the Frank Caldwell Collection, 1778-1941. Frank Caldwell (1883-1962) was a traveling salesman in Austin, Texas, who devoted most of his life to collecting rare books and documents about Texas.
The Gregg Cantrell Papers, -2001 contains 1990s research material for Cantrell’s book, Stephen F. Austin, Empresario of Texas (1999).