Carts & wagons; Pack animals; Packtrains; Republic of Texas
1839 receipt to H. J. Offett for the hire of wagon and animals to carry supplies to the Sabine for the army of the Republic of Texas. Signed by John S. Roberts, Quarter Master, and William G. Cook, Quarter Master General.
News clipping and sworn statement, publishing notice of the settlement of the estate of Mary Burk, deceased. Signed by James O. Ray publisher of the Nacogdoches News and W. Hillenkamp, District Court Clerk of Nacogdoches County.
Letter to Capt. Hamilton, directing him to sell his horse for fifty dollars to Mr. Smith, and charge the amount to the Nacogdoches Committee of Vigilance and Safety. Signed by K. H. Douglass, Henry Raguet and H. Edwards.
Letter to Messrs. Fowler & Wells regarding a publication, from Thomas J. Rusk, while in Washington on the Brazos. For more info. on Orson Squire Fowler visit http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Orson_Squire_Fowler
Debt; Paying bills; Public debt; Armies; Cattle; Beef cattle; Animal feeding; Republic of Texas
An account of beef cattle and fodder provided to the Army of Texas by Jesse Walberg, in the amount of $207.75, less the amount of $33.00 for three small cattle. Signed by K. H. Douglass and J. Roberts.
Built as a family home and boarding house in 1837, the hall and parlor Millard-Lee house is a rare East Texas example of the "two-story double house" and is furnished with a widely eclectic collection of 19th century antiques. It also houses an...
An 1865 inventory and appraisal of property belonging to Henry C. Hancock (Confederate Captain killed in 1864), includes lands, buildings, slaves, furniture and household items, books, and personal possessions. Filed on January 19, 1865. Signed...
1835 document acknowledging receipt of a ten dollar donation for the U.S. volunteers, made by William Loyd on behalf of the Committee of Vigilance & Safety, Nacogdoches, Texas. Received by J. Porter and H. H. Edwards.
The THC Medallion on the Burrows-Millard House. The medallion reads, " Confederate veteran Elijah M. Burrows (1844-93) built the rear portion of this pioneer farmhouse before he married Mary Josephine (Molly) Millard (1848-1901) in 1867. Between...