A picture of the Sitton Dogtrot as it is moved to Millard’s Crossing Historic Village. It was built in 1843 by William Hayter, and originally located off CR 698, west of Central Heights. It was donated by Sam Sitton.
Receipt from the Pacific Express Co. for the shipping of three boxes from Nacogdoches, Texas, to Wells, Texas. Receipt for tuition and firewood for two pupils from George Clevenger to T. A. Nickerson, Nacogdoches, Texas.
A 3" x 5" postcard depicting the First Baptist Church in Morganfield, Kentucky. Published by O'Nan and Royster. Postage paid with a One Cent Washington stamp. The back of the postcard is dated APR 27 21 with a handwritten note addressed to Miss...
Land; Land grants; Trials, litigation, etc.; Law & legal affairs; Republic of Texas;
Description of lands in a lawsuit, once held by Robert A. Irion and passed to Austin Closs. Names mentioned include: Mosley Baker, Gibson Kuykendall, Radford Berry (Alcalde of Nacogdoches), Charles Gill, Vital Flores (Constitutional Alcalde of...
Land; Measured drawings; Surveying; Republic of Texas;
Survey of land in Nacogdoches County,
Texas, for Harry M. Lucas by Thomas D. Brooks, Deputy Surveyor of Nacogdoches County. Signed by Thomas J. Petty, I. M. Mannaring, and certified by W. A. Ferris, County Surveyor.
Law & legal affairs; Orphans; Children; Republic of Texas;
1835 court decision handed down by Judge A. Hotchkiss naming Bailey Anderson, Jr. and Samuel McFadine as "Tutrix" or female guardian of four orphaned minors, Wade H. Shoat, Nancy Shoat, Luiza Shoat and Stoakley Shoat, children of Kit Shoat,...