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  Partner: UNT Libraries
 County: Milam County, TX
 Decade: 1980-1989
Inventory of county records, Milam County Courthouse, Cameron, Texas

Inventory of county records, Milam County Courthouse, Cameron, Texas

Date: 1980
Creator: Fortin, Maurice G.; Riney, James E. & Jones, Charles Alan
Description: Inventory of records of Milam County housed in the Milam County Courthouse in Cameron, Texas. Begins with an introduction and explanation of the roles of various county government offices. Describes the records of the County Clerk: as Secretary for Commissioners Court, County Clerk: as Recorder, County Clerk: as Reporter for County Court, District Clerk, Tax Assessor-Collector, Justice of the Peace, Sheriff, County Judge, County Treasurer, County Auditor, and County Attorney. Also provides an index.
Contributing Partner: UNT Libraries
Papers Concerning Robertson's Colony in Texas, Volume 11, July 26 through October 14, 1835, Nashville-on-the-Brazos

Papers Concerning Robertson's Colony in Texas, Volume 11, July 26 through October 14, 1835, Nashville-on-the-Brazos

Date: 1984
Creator: McLean, Malcolm Dallas, 1913-
Description: The papers concerning Robertson's Colony in Texas include text providing historical context and an overview of events as well as transcriptions of land grant maps and other documentation related to the colony. This volume focuses on the events immediately before the Texas Revolution when the Mexican army moved into parts of Texas and the people living in Sarahville de Viesca (the capital of Robertson's Colony) began to leave the city to live in Nashville-on-the-Brazos, another city within the borders of the colony. Index starts on page 625.
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