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  Partner: The Dolph Briscoe Center for American History
 County: Austin County, TX
 County: Victoria County, TX
[Transcript of file of documents concerning Santa Anna and issues relating to Texas's independence, November 25, 1836]

[Transcript of file of documents concerning Santa Anna and issues relating to Texas's independence, November 25, 1836]

Date: November 25, 1836
Creator: unknown
Description: Copy of transcript for a file with multiple documents concerning Santa Anna and issues relating to Texas's independence. Documents include: 1. a copy of the secret treaty between Santa Anna and Texas; 2. a statement by Santa Anna to Texas; 3. a copy of the public treaty between Santa Anna and Texas; 4. a memorandum regarding the treaties and communications with the United States; 5. a letter from Stephen F. Austin to Collinsworth and Grayson; 6. a letter from Stephen F. Austin to an unknown recipient; 7. a letter from Stephen F. Austin to T. H. Benton; 8. a letter from Sam Houston to Andrew Jackson; and 9. a description of the boundaries and size of Texas by Stephen F. Austin.
Contributing Partner: The Dolph Briscoe Center for American History
[Transcript of Letter from Stephen F. Austin to José Antonio Saucedo, March 18, 1826]

[Transcript of Letter from Stephen F. Austin to José Antonio Saucedo, March 18, 1826]

Date: March 18, 1826
Creator: Austin, Stephen F.
Description: Copy of transcript for a letter from Stephen F. Austin to José Antonio Saucedo, on March 18, 1826, discussing a trip to Galveston, and a dispute over the sale of a donkey from Thomas Grey to Martín De Léon.
Contributing Partner: The Dolph Briscoe Center for American History
[Transcript of memorandum from Elias R. Wightman, [1837?]]

[Transcript of memorandum from Elias R. Wightman, [1837?]]

Date: [1837?]
Creator: unknown
Description: Copy of transcript for a memorandum from Elias R. Wightman concerning lands owned by Stephen F. Austin and James E. B. Austin.
Contributing Partner: The Dolph Briscoe Center for American History