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    • Charles S. Taylor Letter, July 7, 1861

    • Correspondence; Interpersonal relations; Economic & Social conditions; Economic aspects of war;
    • Letter from Milam Taylor, Fort Bliss, to Charles S. Taylor. He mentions Ben Thorn and rumors of abolition taking Fort Bliss. He also writes about crops and trading food with the Mexicans.
    • Charles S. Taylor Letter, December 17, 1861

    • Interpersonal relations; Economic & social conditions; Economic aspects of war; Social life; War relief; Scarcity; Civil War; Tableaux
    • Eugenia Barret to Charles S. Taylor. She writes that she received word of Riley's Regiment camped on the Rio Grande and that they were without ammunition. Mr. A. wrote from Ft. Davis about Colonel Baylor and the lack of ammunition. She also writes...
    • Charles S. Taylor Letter, January 24, 1862

    • Correspondence; Economic & social conditions; Economic aspects of war; Interpersonal relations; Sick persons; Sick children;
    • Eugenia Barret to Charles S. Taylor. She is still asking Taylor to collect money owed to her mother Mrs. Sterne. She says that money is scarce in Austin, TX and that all she sees are Treasury Warrants. Eugenia mentions that they moved to a new...
    • Charles S. Taylor Letter, February 23, 1862

    • Correspondence; Civil War; Interpersonal relations; Social life; Economic & social conditions; Economic aspects of war;
    • Eugenia Barret to Charles S. Taylor. She writes about how expensive goods have become and gives prices for the "principle articles of food." She writes about visiting the governors house, Francis R. Lubbock. She mentions Charles and Toliver and how...
    • Charles S. Taylor Letter, January 3, 1860

    • Correspondence; Government relations; Social justice; Economic & social conditions;
    • Letter from E. W. Cave to Charles S. Taylor about the unrest in Brownsville, Texas. He mentions Juan Cortina, William Gerard Tobin, Sam Houston, Jose Angel Navarro, Robert Taylor, John G. Walker, and John Salmon Ford
    • Charles S. Taylor Letter, March 30, 1846

    • Correspondence; Economic & Social conditions; Interpersonal relations;
    • Letter from George W. Posselwhite, New York, to William Jones, Nacogdoches. Posselwhite is writing to Jones in hopes of getting a response from him before he returned to Europe. He mentions the annexation of Texas and how he hopes it will help the...
    • Charles S. Taylor Letter, January 21, 1860

    • Correspondence; Economic & social conditions; War; Government relations; Railroads; Civil War;
    • Letter from C. W. Cave to Charles S. Taylor. He writes about the Rio Grande War, Col. Ford and his misconduct. Tobin, Sabine Pass Railroad Charter, South Carolina Secession and a call for a Southern Convention, Bids for Pacific Railroad in...
    • Charles S. Taylor Letter, August 5, 1862

    • Correspondence; Economic aspects of war; Economic & social conditions; Civil War; Scarcity; Assistance
    • Thomas J. Curl to Charles S. Taylor. Curl is writing to answer Taylor in regards to a proposal to make cloth and blankets for the soldiers. He finds it doubtful that they will be able to make anything but he would be willing to help in the effort.
    • Charles S. Taylor Letter, October 27, 1862

    • Correspondence; Civil War; Troop movements; African Americans; Economic & social conditions;
    • Charles Irion Taylor to Julia Curl. Irion complains that he has not received very many letters from home. He needs Pa (Charles S. Taylor) or Milam to get J. T. Holman or Henry Schroeder to make him a new pair of boots. Mentions rumors of General...
    • Charles S. Taylor Letter, June 20, 1869

    • Correspondence; Cotton; Economic & social conditions;
    • Letter from Irion to unknown. He is writing from Springville telling the recipient of the letter that they should come because there are several job opportunities. His cotton crop is doing very well. Writes about the cost of boarding and the lack...
    • Harris, Gertrude

    • Religion; Antisemitism; Discrimination; Stores & shops; Women; Economic & social conditions;
    • Life in Nacogdoches before and during World War II from the perspective of a merchant's wife. Discusses the effect of being of the Jewish faith on her life.


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