[CIVIL WAR ERA BROADSIDE] " NOTICE TO COTTON PLANTERS AND COTTON HOLDERS", that the Assistant Assessor, Wm. R. Stapp, "will at all times be ready at Huntsville, to weigh and assess your cotton, and the Deputy Collector, B.S. Wilson, to...
GRANT. To: Jeremiah WORSHAM, August 1, 1845. From: Sam HOUSTON, President, Republic of Texas. Granting land in Montgomery County. No. 164, Vol. 2, 1st Class, Signed SAM HOUSTON, also, T. W. WARD, Commissioner. 2pp. 15 x 12 1/2
Thirty documents represents original papers signed by a number of Stephen F. Austin's "Old 300"[among the earliest Anglo settlers]. They were assembled by a rare books dealer for James L. Britton, III, who donated them to SHSU.
Marcy maps of 1850. Topographical Map of the Road from Fort Smith, Arks. To Santa Fe, N.M. and from Dona Ana, N.M. to Fort Smith. G4295 1850 M37 1981 - Map I. (2 sections). [Donated by Texas Map Society on the occasion of its...
One Set Military Maps of the Texas Revolution to Accompany "Texas Independence." 1835-36. By Col. A.J. Houston (10 maps). F390.H82 (shelved beneath Texas Independence in stacks). a) "Map of the Battle of San Jacinto. Map of the...
This collection contains pieces printed by Samuel Bangs, generally recognized as the first printer in Texas whose work survives. Most of these were assembled by a rare books dealer for James L. Britton, III, who donated them to SHSU.