Texas -- History -- Republic, 1836-1846
Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:
Dr. S.O. Young Papers
The Dr. S.O. Young Papers is a small collection of newspaper clippings, manuscripts, pamphlets, and correspondence relating to the activities of Dr. S.O. Young and his mother, Maud J. Young. The subject matter of the content ranges from Dr. Young's scientific writings to his thoughts on race relations during and after Reconstruction and his correspondence with fellow Confederate veterans of the Civil War. Dr. Young was also in Galveston at the time of the 1900 storm.
Edwin A. Bonewitz Papers
H.R. Maresh Collection
Dr. Maresh created a collection that focuses on the early leaders of Texas from independence, to republic, to statehood and through reconstruction.
Old Vault Collection
The primary emphasis of the collection is correspondence from the early founders of Texas and Houston, such as Sam Houston, A. C. Allen, J. W. Fannin, and Thomas Bagby. The papers are helpful to the study of the Republic of Texas. They also include many miscellaneous business and legal documents relevant to nineteenth century Texas.