Houston, Samuel; Republic of Texas; correspondence; Indians of North America; Native peoples of North America; Native peoples of the Americas;
(l) Letter dated April 10, 1844, Fannin County, Texas 2pp. 7 1/2 x 12 3/4 From: Gibson MAY, Indian Agent (sent in care of William Thompson) To: General Sam HOUSTON, President of the Republic of Texas Re: Report on relative lack of...
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,...
February 27th 1880 Letter from Margaret Thornton to her cousin Harry Shaw asking that he forward a letter to cousin James Leigh of Rochdale.1p. 5 x 8
THORNTON PAPERS This collection is comprised of 13 letters written by Margaret...
License for Henderson YOAKUM to practice law in Republic of Texas, dated December 2, 1845. Signed by M. P. NORTON, Judge of the Sixth Judicial District and witnessed by L. E. DOWNES, Clerk of District Court. 1p. 15 x 12 1/2
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.
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.