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    • 1838 Honorable Discharge from Texas Militia

    • Militias; Military discharges; Military service; Republic of Texas;
    • Certificate No. 43 dated August 26, 1838 at the headquarters in Nacogdoches for honorable discharge of Raburn Haley, of Shelby County, Texas, who joined the the Mounted Gunmen, 2nd Company of the 3rd Regiment, 3rd Brigade of the Texas Militia on...
    • 1838 Honorable Discharge from Texas Militia

    • Militias; Military discharges; Military service; Republic of Texas
    • Honorable Discharge, given to Shelby County, Texas resident Rolly Reigns, from the Company of Volunteers of Mounted Gunmen in the Third Company of the Third Regiment, Third Brigade of Texas Militia. Signed by Capt. George W. Hanks and Lieut. Col....
    • 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.
    • 1839 Letter Douglass to Logan

    • Militias; Military officers; Frontier & pioneer life; Republic of Texas; Agriculture; Law enforcement;
    • A 1839 letter from K. H. Douglass to Captain William Logan discussing Douglass' nomination for Major General of the Militia and the need for regular protection of the frontier.
    • Stone Fort Rifles Group Photograph circa 1890 Copy 1

    • Military camps; Military leadership; Military life; Military occupations; Military officers; Military personnel; Military service; Military training; Military uniforms; People associated with military activities; Rifles; Fences; Flags;
    • This is a group photograph of the Stone Fort Rifles, a Nacogdoches, Texas militia group active from 1887 to 1907. They are holding their guns as they pose. The picture was taken in a clearing in front of a wooded area, presumably in Texas. There...
    • Stone Fort Rifles Group Photograph circa 1890 Copy 2

    • Military camps; Military leadership; Military life; Military occupations; Military officers; Military personnel; Military service; Military training; Military uniforms; People associated with military activities; Rifles; Fences; Flags;
    • This is a group photograph of the Stone Fort Rifles, a Nacogdoches, Texas militia group active from 1887 to 1907. They are holding their guns as they pose. The picture was taken in a clearing in front of a wooded area, presumably in Texas. There...
    • Stone Fort Rifles Group Photograph circa 1890 Copy 3

    • Military camps; Military leadership; Military life; Military occupations; Military officers; Military personnel; Military service; Military training; Military uniforms; People associated with military activities; Rifles; Fences; Flags;
    • This is a group photograph of the Stone Fort Rifles, a Nacogdoches, Texas militia group active from 1887 to 1907. They are holding their guns as they pose. The picture was taken in a clearing in front of a wooded area, presumably in Texas. There...
    • Stone Fort Rifles Standing in Front of Tents

    • Military camps; Military facilities; Military leadership; Military life; Military occupations; Military officers; Military personnel; Military service; Military training; Military uniforms; People associated with military activities; People...
    • The Stone Fort Rifles, a militia group from Nacogdoches which operated from 1887 to 1907, are standing in a row along the edge of a road facing several officers and a woman in military style dress. She is holding a sword in the air while the men...
    • Stone Fort Rifles Standing in Front of Tents

    • Military camps; Military facilities; Military leadership; Military life; Military occupations; Military officers; Military personnel; Military service; Military training; Military uniforms; People associated with military activities; People...
    • The Stone Fort Rifles, a militia group from Nacogdoches which operated from 1887 to 1907, are standing in a row along the edge of a road facing several officers and a woman in military style dress. She is holding a sword in the air while the men...

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