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    • Small Gun and Holster

    • Toy guns; Toys; Leather goods;
    • Rusted metal cap-gun and leather belt holster. Gun is stamped "Big Chief" on one side and "Made in U.S.A." on the reverse. It is about five inches long, an inch wide, and four inches tall. The leather holster has a fastening strap on the back and...
    • 1856-1866 A. E. Baker & Sons Account Book

    • Business & finance; Credit; Dry goods stores; Mailboxes; Postal service; Post offices;
    • Account Book of Dr. Joseph F. Palmer at the store of A. E. Baker & Sons (Amaziah E. Baker) in San Augustine, Texas, from 1856 to 1866 containing dates, amounts, types, and costs of goods sold such as corn. Another section (pages 2-5) appear to be...
    • 1845 Cotton Trial Interrogation Record

    • Judicial proceedings; Trials, litigation, etc.; Cotton; Republic of Texas; Shipping;
    • Record of Interrogatory for a trial regarding bales of cotton shipped in April 1843, prepared for the Galveston County, Texas District Court, in the case of Arnold Thomason versus Henry M. Smyth, to be answered before the Chief Justice of...
    • 1843 Cotton Trial Interrogation Record

    • Judicial proceedings; Trials, litigation, etc.; Cotton; Republic of Texas;
    • A certified, true copy, 9 pages tied with a black ribbon, of the original which was issued December 13, 1843. Record of interrogatory for a trial regarding bales of cotton from Galveston County, Texas, District Court, in the case of Arnold...
    • 1840 Expense Account

    • Expense accounts; Judges; Republic of Texas
    • Republic of Texas document validating $176.61 in expenses incurred by the petitioner E. Betoble, sworn in Nacogdcohes on April 13, 1840 in William Hart the Chief Justice of Nacogdoches County.
    • 1839 Election of Militia Officers

    • Militias; Military officers; Political elections; Republic of Texas
    • Republic of Texas document signed by Chief Justice of Nacogdoches County Charles S. Taylor authorizing Judge William Roark to hold local militia elections on April 6, 1839 for a captain and two lieutenants.
    • 1827 Petition for Deed of El Loco Farm

    • Land; Land grants; Law & legal affairs; Republic of Texas; Land tenure; Ranchers; Ranches; Grazing;
    • Request for formal possession of a farm known as El Loco by Manuel de Los Santos Coy, inhabitant of Nacogdoches and his plantation situated on the Crazy Creek, Arroyo el Loco. 12 bits paid for the years 1827 and 1828 to the honorable chief of the...

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