Revolution (Texas : 1835-1836)
Found in 160 Collections and/or Records:
Consisting of Photostat copies of her memoirs, the Dilue Rose Harris Reminiscences, 1833-1836, chronicle her experiences during the Texas Revolution.
Composed of three volumes of correspondence, biographical sketches, genealogical materials, and Photostats of poetry, the James Hatch Papers, [ca. 1928-1929], document Hatch’s research on Texas and family history.
The Sylvanus Hatch Memoirs, 1827-1885, contain a biographical sketch of Hatch, concerning his experiences in the Texas Revolution, Mexican prisons, and battles with Native Americans.
The Madge Williams Hearne collection contains letters, legal documents, resolutions, appointments, and proclamations related to Texas statesman Sam Houston. It mostly consists of letters written to Sam Houston and others by important historical figures, especially during the Revolutionary period in Texas (1835-1836) and the years of the Republic of Texas (1836-1846).
Collection of Sam Houston Hearne, great-grandson of Sam Houston, consists primarily of Houston family correspondence, letters sent and received by Houston during and directly after the Texas Revolution and during his Texas presidency, and correspondence between Houston and Guy M. Bryan concerning Stephen F. Austin.
José Francisco Ruiz's letter to Blas Herrera during and about the Texas Revolution.
Caryl Clyde Hill was an avid collector of materials documenting the early history of the Republic of Texas, government and military affairs, and biographies and histories of famous Texas leaders.
A typed transcript of letters, reminiscences, biographies, and a literary effort composing the James Monroe Hill Papers, 1833-1930, document the military service and biographies of Hill and his family.
A receipt, invoice, and promissory note compose the James S. Holmes Papers, 1836-1838, documenting the purchase of supplies such as blankets, salt, and frying pans for the Texas Cavalry from merchants Rogers & Blair.
An autobiography and a biographical sketch of Alexander Horton comprise the Alexander Horton Reminiscences, 1891, and document Horton’s activities as a soldier and civic leader.