San Jacinto Museum of History Newspaper Collection

About the Museum

The San Jacinto Museum of History collects materials to support the needs of researchers interested in Texas history, focusing on the Texas Revolution and the Battle of San Jacinto, the Texas Republic, Texas under Spain, France, and Mexico, and Texas history up through World War II. Most of the museum’s holdings have been donated, with some individual items coming as parts of a larger collection.

About the Collection

The San Jacinto Museum of History Newspaper Collection represents forty-five titles, published in thirty-two different years between 1839 and 1923. The earliest issue is The National Intelligencer, from July 18, 1839.



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Cite This Collection

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San Jacinto Museum of History Newspaper Collection in The Portal to Texas History. University of North Texas Libraries. https://texashistory.unt.edu/explore/collections/SJCNC/ accessed July 4, 2020.


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