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  Partner: Star of the Republic Museum
 County: Cameron County, TX
"Brownsville, Texas, Occupied by the Army under General Banks, November 1863", in Frank Leslie's, "The Soldier In Our Civil War" (1893)

"Brownsville, Texas, Occupied by the Army under General Banks, November 1863", in Frank Leslie's, "The Soldier In Our Civil War" (1893)

Date: unknown
Creator: unknown
Description: Engraved print of supplies stacked on wharf at Brownsville, Texas
Contributing Partner: Star of the Republic Museum
[Harper's Weekly: Elizabeth Street, Brownsville, Texas]

[Harper's Weekly: Elizabeth Street, Brownsville, Texas]

Date: unknown
Creator: unknown
Description: Color sketch of Elizabeth Street in Brownsville, Texas, printed from a photograph in an issue of Harper's Weekly. There are buildings lining the street, but no signs are visible. The street is filled with covered wagons and people (including soldiers in uniform).
Contributing Partner: Star of the Republic Museum
R.H. Leetch & Bros. Cash Book, Brazos Santiago

R.H. Leetch & Bros. Cash Book, Brazos Santiago

Date: February 24, 1849
Creator: R.H. Leetch & Brothers
Description: Handwritten cash ledger from the business, R.H. Leetch & Brothers. Brazos Santiago, February 24, 1849. It includes a list of customers and their purchases.
Contributing Partner: Star of the Republic Museum
R.H. Leetch & Bros. Day Book, Brazos Santiago

R.H. Leetch & Bros. Day Book, Brazos Santiago

Date: February 24, 1849
Creator: R.H. Leetch & Brothers
Description: Handwritten ledger from the business, R.H. Leetch & Brothers. Brazos Santiago, February 24, 1849. It includes a list of customers and their purchases, which include shoes, clothing, ham, rice, herring, raisins, claret, beef, Madeira, sugar, coffee, castor oil, and other products along with their prices.
Contributing Partner: Star of the Republic Museum
[Statement by John Seward, Copy #1]

[Statement by John Seward, Copy #1]

Date: August 1, 1865
Creator: Steniger, Charles
Description: Copy of a legal statement by John H. Seward in New Orleans regarding his ownership of sixty-seven bales of cotton that were seized by the United States Army in Brownsville, Texas. This copy has colored text.
Contributing Partner: Star of the Republic Museum
[Statement by John Seward, Copy #2]

[Statement by John Seward, Copy #2]

Date: August 1, 1865
Creator: unknown
Description: Copy of a legal statement by John H. Seward in New Orleans regarding his ownership of sixty-seven bales of cotton that were seized by the United States Army in Brownsville, Texas.
Contributing Partner: Star of the Republic Museum
[Statement by John Seward, Copy #3]

[Statement by John Seward, Copy #3]

Date: August 1, 1865
Creator: unknown
Description: Copy of a legal statement by John H. Seward in New Orleans regarding his ownership of sixty-seven bales of cotton that were seized by the United States Army in Brownsville, Texas.
Contributing Partner: Star of the Republic Museum
[Statement by John Seward, Copy #4]

[Statement by John Seward, Copy #4]

Date: August 1, 1865
Creator: unknown
Description: Copy of a legal statement by John H. Seward in New Orleans regarding his ownership of sixty-seven bales of cotton that were seized by the United States Army in Brownsville, Texas.
Contributing Partner: Star of the Republic Museum