Biographical Encyclopedia of Texas Page: 121 of 372
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at the Texas Military Institute. For a number of of tlihe Constitutional Convention, and took an acyears
he followed farinning, but eventually, ill 1863, tive part in its proceedings. Captain Russell was
abandoned the pursuits of peace awl entered the married on the 27th day of April, 1870, to Miss
Confederate army as a private, and was constantly Mary A. Carman, of Clinton, Louisiana.
in the service until the termination of the Ywar.
Upon the disbhandoninent of the army hlie engaged - ...
as a clerk in a dry ,goods house in razoria, devoting
all hiA leisure time to the study of law,'. 0
which hle prosecuted diligently, under the super- 0i NES, GENERAL JOHN B., preseiit Advision
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Biographical view of Texas and its history including narratives of the individuals who helped shape Texas history and information about important point in history including: the pioneer days of Texas, Texas' transition from a Mexican state to being part of the United States, and the wars in which Texas citizens took part.
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