BOUNTY WARRANT. To: J. J. WOODSON (atty. [?] of ) John B. GAINES. June 21, 1887. From: L. S. ROSS, Governor of the State of Texas. Granting land in Trinity County. No. 423, Vol. 16. Signed, L.S. ROSS, Governor, also R. M. HALL,...
SAM HOUSTON, Treasury Warrant No. 494 for $95.62, pay to the order of William Dikeman, for protection of the frontier, Captain Herron's company. February 3rd, 1860, signed by Sam Houston. Also signed by C. H. Randolph. 2pp. 3 1/2 x 8
SAM HOUSTON, Treasury Warrant No. 603 for $654.97, pay to the order of Peter TUMLINSON, attorney for 11 men, Protection of the frontier. Also signed by CH. RANDOLPH and Clement R. JOHNS. February 3rd, 1860, signed by Sam Houston. 2pp....
[CIVIL WAR] LIST OF QUARTERMASTER'S STORES, etc. delivered by Capt. J.S. Hall, 114th NY, U.S. Army to Lt. Adrian Foote, Quartermaster U.S. Army at Brashear City where passengers could transfer to steamboats to Galveston, it was later...
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
GRANT. To: S. T. ROBB, October 13, 1882. From: O. M. ROBERTS, Governor of the State of Texas. Granting land in Trinity County. No. 596, Vol.2. Signed O. M. ROBERTS, also, W. C. MARSH, Commissioner. 2pp. 13 x 10 3/4
GRANT. To: Burrell E. PREWITT (for land in Trinity county), 19 November 1860. From: Sam HOUSTON, Governor of the State of Texas. No. 601, Vol. 25. Signed, SAM HOUSTON, also Francis M. WHITE, Commissioner. 2pp. 13 1/2 x 10 3/4
Thomas RUSK, original Senator from Texas, dateline Washington, April 14, 1854, to Colonel J.D. GRAHAM (James Duncan Graham, 1799-1865), asking about the location of line for a railroad. 2pp. 10 x 7 1/2
William S. PETERS, [Blairsville, Indiana County, Pennsylvania], in a letter March 5, 1847, describes, in great detail, the location and merits of PETERS COLONY and Texas, to Robert OWEN, the English socialist. 2pp. 9 1/2 x 7 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.