Analytical index to the laws of Texas, 1823-1905 (both dates inclusive). Page: 7
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INDEX TO LAWS OF TEXAS.
Prohibited by Constitution from remaining
permanently in Republic
without consent of Congress, 11079-1836.
All residing in Texas when independence
of Texas declared, to remain
Concerning free persons of color, 2325-1840.
Concerning certain free persons of
Prosecution of, for crimes and misdemeanors,
Permitting all free persons of color
who were in Texas on date of declaration
of Texas Independence to
remain in Republic, 2-549-1840.
Same subject. 2-648-1840.
Proclamation of President Houston
allowing "free persons of color" to
remain in Republic, 2-879-1842.
Permitting Mary MIadison to remain
in Galveston county, 3-1042-1851.
Permitting Thomas Cevallos to remain
in Bexar county, 3-1045-1851.
Offenses committed by, 3-1298-1853.
Prohibiting introduction of free persons
of color, 4-466-1856.
Permitting, to choose their ow-n masters
and become slaves, 4-947-1858.
Punishments for offenses committed
Provisions relating to, 4-1115 et seq.1858.
Permitting Nancy Coleman et al. to
remain in the State till April, 1860,
Defining "free persons of color," 5600-1863.
Defining rights of "freedmen"-constitutional
Limiting admissibility of testimony
Amending provisions of Penal Code
relating to, 5-988-1866.
Requiring separate railroad accommodations
Defining rights of persons formerly
designated "slaves and free persons
of color," 5-1049-1866.
Purchase of land to care for insane
Relief of persons formerly in bondage,
Prohibiting common carriers from
making distinctions in carrying passengers;
declared purpose to carry
into effect Sec. 21, Art. 1, of Constitution;
repealed former separate
coach act, 7-18-1871.
Declaring legally married those who
(while slaves) had lived together
as man and wife, 7-424-1869.
Providing for a State Agricultural
and Mechanical College for colored
Establishment of Prairie View State
Normal School for colored teachers,
Providing for election to determine
location of branel of University of
Texas, for instruction of colored
Providing for selection and purchase
of site for State Deaf, Dumb and
Blind Asylum for Colored Youths,
Requiring railroads to furnish separate
coaches for white and negro
Same subject, 10-167-1891.
Providing for survey of lands, to be
set apart as permanent endowment
for branch university for colored
people of Texas, 10-1202-1897.
Favoring National aid to the AfroAmerican
Fair and Interstate Exposition
Asserting good faith of Democratic
party of Texas in favoring in its
platform, and of the Legislature in
setting apart by act 100,000 acres
of land for, establishment of a
State university for colored people,
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Raines, Cadwell Walton, 1839-1906. Analytical index to the laws of Texas, 1823-1905 (both dates inclusive)., book, 1906; Austin, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth6993/m1/15/: accessed July 20, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; .