Revolution (Texas : 1835-1836)
Found in 160 Collections and/or Records:
Papers include a variety of documentation belonging to the founder of the De Zavala Chapter of the Daughters of the Republic of Texas, historical preservation activities and personal papers of the De Zavala family.
Lorenzo de Zavala, Mexican liberal statesman, later settled in Texas, became involved in the Texas Revolution and served briefly as ad interim Vice-President of the Republic of Texas. Papers consist chiefly of correspondence to Zavala from Santa Anna, Mexía, other prominent Mexicans and others, as well as some of Zavala's correspondence and later materials about Zavala and his family.
Photostats of correspondence, estate records, and military records compose the Philip Dimitt papers, documenting Dimitt's business and property as well as his leadership in the Texas Revolution.
Comprised of correspondence, research files, notes, as well as photocopies and Photostats of Cazneau’s documents, the Jane Durgin Papers, undated, document Durgin’s research of author, war correspondent, journalist, and expansionist Jane Cazneau (1807-1878).
Composed of a letter and a literary production, the Burr H. Duval Papers, 1836, undated, chronicle Duval’s experiences as a soldier in the Texas Revolution.
Collection aquired from Edward Eberstadt & Sons, booksellers, that includes source materials related to the early history of Texas and the Southwest.
The Ernestine Edmunds Scrapbook, 1935-1952, consists of postcards, notes, magazine and newspaper clippings, and photographs, documenting Edmund’s career as a teacher in San Antonio, Texas, and family history.
Comprising photocopies of legal documents, the Haden Edwards Papers, 1836-1838, document the career of Edwards in Nacogdoches, Texas, during the Texas Revolution and in the Republic of Texas.
The Hermann Ehrenberg Narrative, 1845, is a typescript copy of Ehrenberg’s account of the battle of Coleto, 1836 and the Goliad Massacre, 1836.
George Bernard Erath (1813-1891), surveyor, solider, and legislator, was born and educated in Vienna, Austria. The George Bernard Erath Family Papers include correspondence, legal papers, land grants, account books, newspaper clippings, photographs, military orders, notes, financial records, and literary productions pertaining to the careers of Erath and his daughter Lucy A. Erath (1857-1948).