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    • Texas, 1840

    • Cities & towns; Rivers; Forts & fortifications; Indian encampments; Indians of North America
    • Map of Texas showing rivers, towns, counties, roads, forts and tribes. 1840 reprint.
    • Bone Letter, September 2, 1862

    • Correspondence; Civil War; Military life
    • Arkadelphia. Dr. Bone to Minerva: his regiment is hearing encouraging news from the seat of war that the Confederates are winning battles and capturing prisoners and forts, their military post is self-sufficient--little Negro boys make cartridges...
    • Texas, 1841

    • Rivers; Forts & fortifications; Cities & towns
    • Map of Texas showing the Old Spanish Road, forts, towns and rivers, 1841 (photocopy). Courtesy of Mr. John C. Grady, December 8, 1968.
    • San Antonio de Bejar, Republic of Texas

    • Republic of Texas; Forts & fortifications; Rivers; Campaigns & battles; Battlements; Battlefields
    • Map of San Antonio de Bexar in 1836. Shows layout of San Antonio, Texas, location of the Alamo, and other strategic sites. Reproduced from the Fletcher-Boeselt Collection A Historical Series of Restored Early American Cartography Carto-Graphic...
    • Postcard Booklet

    • Postcards; Postal stationery; Pictures; Prints; Art; Souvenirs; Animals; Scenic overlooks; Stereotyping;
    • Souvenir postcard booklet that opens to reveal a fold out of images showing several representations or stereotypes of Texas life and depictions of scenic places.
    • Our Roots

    • African Americans; Family trees; Slavery; Slaves; Census; Cities & towns;
    • This is a manuscript written by Joel V. Fears Sr. about the Fears family genealogy. It contains census details, family stories, and deed information. It also includes information about Emeline Fears Carpenter, the name sake of Carpenter Elementary...
    • Charles S. Taylor Letter, March 20, 1864

    • Correspondence; Civil War; Forts & fortifications; Naval warfare; Military life;
    • Irion Taylor to Charles S. Taylor. He recently arrived on Galveston Island. On the way to Galveston Irion's horse became very sick and he had to leave the it with a man near Richmond, Fort Bend County. The regiment is staying at the Tremont House...
    • Henry T. Curl Papers, Civil War letters

    • Correspondence; Civil War; Health & welfare; Military hospitals; Military life; Military rations; Military service; Military medicine; Forts & fortifications; Travel
    • A fragment of what is believed to be a letter. The author discusses small pox, his time in a military hospital, and traveling through the north. Transcription of letter to Lawrence Taylor. Fragment, soldier's journey back home.
    • Middle East Trip, 1973

    • People; Travel; Camels; Buildings; Pyramids;
    • In November of 1973 Representatives Benjamin S. Rosenthal, Charlie Wilson, Ray Taylor, Wolf, and staff consultant Clifford Hackett took a trip to the Middle East and visited many cities during their week long stay.
    • Last of Stone Fort

    • Stone buildings; Forts & fortifications; Demolition; Debris
    • A photograph entitled "Last of Stone fort". From the original S.F.S.T.C. Library, courtesy of Mrs. Lois Foster Blount (Donated in September 18, 1948). Shows several men standing on the ruins of Stone fort after it was destroyed.
    • Stone Fort rebuilt

    • Stephen F. Austin State University; Reconstructions; Buildings; Forts & fortifications; Stonework; Stone buildings
    • A photograph of three well-dressed men in front of Stone Fort after it was rebuilt in Nacogdoches, Texas.
    • Thomas Letters, May 14, 1918

    • Interpersonal relations; Universities & colleges; Students; Studying; Examinations; Military education; Military training; Forts & fortifications;
    • Letter from Albert Thomas to Lera Millard. Lera will be graduating from high school. He received information that his camp will be stationed at Fort Sheridan, Illinois starting June 3, 1918. He believes that he will be there for thirty days. He...
    • State of Coahuila and Texas

    • Land grants; Indians of North America; Forts & fortifications
    • Newspaper reprint of an 1836 map by Clark & Co. of Lexington, Kentucky, showing the state of Coahuila, Mexico, Texas, the Oregon and Arkansas territories, Austin's Colony, land grants and Native American tribes and territories.
    • Mercer Colony of Texas

    • Rivers; Forts & fortifications; Land grants
    • Map of the Mercer Colony in 1845, includes Fannin, Robertson, and Nacogdoches counties in Texas. Published by Fishbourne's Lithographers, 46 Canal St., New Orleans. May 1, 1845
    • Castle Portcullis

    • Buildings; Castles & palaces; Architectural elements; Stone buildings; Forts & fortifications;
    • Photograph taken as part of Lera Millard's 1970s Europe trip of large stone building with a portcullis. The building could be part of a castle or fortress. The windows are framed in a red stone of some kind and are unevenly sized. Below the...
    • Nacogdoches City Minutes,  Vol. 10

    • Government employees; Government regulation; Government policy; Government officials; Meetings;
    • The history of the governmental body of Nacodgoches has been recorded in its city council minutes. The City Council consists of five elected members including a mayor and four council members. The group is responsible for establishing the policies...


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