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From Republic to State: Debates and Documents Relating to the Annexation of Texas, 1836-1856 - Browse

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Texas and the Massachusetts Resolutions
Pamphlet containing an essay against the annexation of Texas, compiled from a series of newspaper columns.
Anti-Texass Legion: Protest of some free men, states and presses against the Texass rebellion, against the laws of nature and of nations
Pamphlet from Texana Collection
How to Conquer Texas, Before Texas Conquers Us
Pamphlet discussing the geography of Texas and some political issues surrounding the annexation of Texas into the United States.
Annexation of Texas. By Junius no. IX
Pamphlet from Texana Collection
Discourse on Slavery and the Annexation of Texas
Pamphlet from Texana Collection
An Appeal to the People of Massachusetts, on The Texas Question.
Pamphlet written by "A Massachusetts Freeman" regarding issues in relation to the annexation of Texas by the United States.
History of the regulators and moderators and the Shelby County war in 1841 and 1842, in the republic of Texas, with facts and incidents in the early history of the republic and state, from 1837 to the annexation, together with incidents of frontier life and Indian troubles, and the war on the reserve in Young County in 1857
Pamphlet from Texana Collection
History of Texas : from its first settlement in 1685 to its annexation to the United States in 1846, Volume 1
Texas history up to the time of annexation to the United States of America. Original volume is housed in Anson Jones Collection, Rare Book & Texana Collections, University of North Texas Libraries.
[Letter to James H. Raymond from Sam Houston, October 1, 1943]
Letter to James H. Raymond requesting payment of $240 to L. Y. Torrey & Brothers from the Executive Contingent Fund (of which Raymond is acting treasurer). An additional note dated several weeks later notes receipt of the money.
Certificate of Election
Certificate naming Benjamin B. Peck the Clerk of the County Court in Gonzales County, Republic of Texas.
Land Grant Deed
Land Grant
Texian Loan Agreement
Certificate issued to Robert Triplett acknowledging the first installment of a payment on a loan from the Government of Texas, with details about the loan agreement.
Land Grant Deed
Land grant for Mary Gest signed by Sam Houston.
Land Grant Deed
Land Grant
History of Texas : from its first settlement in 1685 to its annexation to the United States in 1846, Vol.2
Texas history up to the time of annexation to the United States of America. Original volume is housed in Anson Jones Collection, Rare Book & Texana Collections, University of North Texas Libraries.
[Galveston Bay and Texas Land Company Certificate]
This document is signed Oct. 16, 1830 by Rodman Moulton, W[illiam] H. Sumner, Geo[rge] Curtis and W. M. Willson.
[New Arkansas and Texas Land Company : [share] no. 4514 : New York, 1833 April 29]
Land certificate from the New Arkansas and Texas Land Company in printed form on onionskin paper, completed in manuscript. Signed by trustees and clerk, including Thomas Ludlow Ogden, Daniel Jackson, Edward Curtis, and James S. Huggins.
Thoughts on the proposed annexation of Texas to the United States
A book containing Theodor Sedgwick’s opinions about the annexation of Texas to the United States. The book contains discussions of issues that arise if Texas is annexed to the United States Union. A couple of the issues addressed are slavery and diplomatic relations between Texas and Mexico.
Texas: the rise, progress, and prospects of the Republic of Texas, Vol.1
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A new history of Texas for schools : also for general reading and for teachers preparing themselves for examination
Texas history textbook
Letters, Relating to the History of Annexation
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Memoranda and official correspondence relating to the Republic of Texas, its history and annexation. Including a brief autobiography of the author
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Texas: the rise, progress, and prospects of the Republic of Texas, Vol.2
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