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Reconnoissances of Routes from San Antonio de Bexar, El Paso Del Norte
Map of a portion of the state of Texas, showing routes from San Antonio to El Paso in 1849. Includes rivers and some topographical features.
Regni Mexicani seu Novæ Hispaniæ, Ludovicianæ, N. Angliæ, Carolinæ, Virginiæ et Pensylvaniæ, necnon insvlarvm archipelagi Mexicani in America Septentrionali
Hand drawn map of North America with geographical landmarks and place names in Latin. Map decorated with drawings of ships.
Reminiscences of reconstruction in Texas ; and, Reminiscences of Texas and Texans fifty years ago
The author's personal recollections of the Reconstruction in Texas. The work is "intended to be illustrative of the conditions existing in Texas, the customs, feelings, and sentiments of the people, that came under the obersvation of the author at that time; and in addition some short sketches of the judges that occupied the bench and the lawyers that practiced in the Third and Thirteenth Judicial Districts fifty years ago, with a few short sketches of some early settlers, clerical and lay"
Reminiscences of the boys in gray, 1861-1865 / compiled by Mamie Yeary.
Sketches of several hundred Confederate veterans, now residing in Texas, giving particulars of their war service.
Reminiscences of the boys in gray, 1861-1865 / compiled by Mamie Yeary.
Sketches of several hundred Confederate veterans, now residing in Texas, giving particulars of their war service.
Reports of the Secretary of War, with reconnaissances of routes from San Antonio to El Paso, by Brevet Lt. Col. J. E. Johnston; Lieutenant W. F. Smith; Lieutenant F. T. Bryan; Lieutenant N. H. Michler; and Captain S. G. French, of Q'rmaster's Dep't. Also, the report of Capt. R. B. Marcy's route from Fort Smith to Santa Fe; and the report of Lieut. J. H. Simpson of an expedition into Navajo country; and the report of Lieutenant W. H. C. Whiting's reconnaissances of the western frontier of Texas. July 24, 1850. Ordered to be printed.
1 map shows routes from San Antonio to El Paso in 1849. Includes rivers and some topographical features. 1 map shows the route pursued in 1849 by US Troops in an expedition against the Navajo Indians in New Mexico in the area near Santa Fe.
[Richardson's new map of the state of Texas, prepared for the Texas almanac, 1873]
Hand drawn color-shaded map showing counties, cities, rivers, creeks, railroads, roads, and topographical features of Texas as of 1872. Insets of Plan of Matagorda Bay, Plan of Galveston Bay, Plan of the northern part or panhandle of Texas, Plan of the great west, and Plan of Sabine Lake.
Road Map of Tarrant County, Texas
Map of Tarrant county, Texas, circa 1920, showing roads, railways, interurban lines, place names, schools and churches. Scale 1:126,720
Sam Houston ; David Crockett.
Brief narratives of Sam Houston and David Crockett, respectively.
San Augustine County, Texas courthouse records, loose papers, 1831-1906 : inventory and index
Inventory of records of the San Augustine District Court, including criminal and civil cases. Includes an index.
San Jacinto battle-ground
From: History of Texas from its first settlement in 1685 to its joining the United States on December 29, 1845 / H. Yoakum.
Sixty years in Texas
Sketches of the old pioneers of Dallas County, especially the Jackson family.
A soldier's letters to charming Nellie
A soldier's letters to charming Nellie, by J.B. Polley, of Hood's Texas Brigade.
Spanish dominions in North America / from various authorities.
A map of the southern United States, Central America, and part of the Gulf of Mexico. All of the marked spots on the map are Spanish dominions.
Spanish North America.
Hand drawn and engraved color map showing Texas in North America. Place names and topographical features included.
Spoons : World's Columbian Expostion, Chicago, 1893
A group of 6 spoons from the 1893 Chicago "World's Columbian Exposition" world's fair. Silverplated souvenir teaspoons, each with scrolling forms on handle. Bowl of each spoon is engraved with a view of a different building from the exposition: U.S. Government Building; Horticultural Building; Mines and Mining Building; Machinery Hall; Transportation Building; Manufacturers & Liberal Arts [Building].
State of Texas / by H.D. Rogers & A. Keith Johnston ; engraved by W. & A.K. Johnston.
Relief shown by hachures. Prime meridian: Greenwich. In upper margin: "Atlas of United States &c." "17."
Stephens County, Texas.
Cadastral map of Stephens County, Texas showing lands owned by the Texas & Pacific Railway Company. The county is marked to show individual properties; each piece of land is numbered and several are labeled with property owners. Geographic features are also noted on the map. Scale ca. 1:133,333 (4000 varas to 1 inch).
Texas.
Hand drawn map showing counties, cities, roads, rivers and creeks in Texas circa 1893.
Texas
A color coded map of Texas from the year 1855.
Texas.
Photocopied hand colored map showing grants circa 1840.
Texas
Relief shown by hachures. Prime meridians: Washington and Greenwich. Excludes Texas west of the 101st meridian.
Texas.
Insets: Plan of Galveston Bay -- Plan of Sabine Lake. A color coded map of Texas from 1855. The map is color coded by county.
Texas.
A map of Texas landmarks and territories from 1844.
Texas.
A color coded map of Texas from 1856. The map is color coded by county. Many Texas cities and landmarks are present on the map.
Texas.
A map of Texas from 1852 with county boundaries marked. Many Texas cities and landmarks appear on the map as well.
Texas.
Insets: Plan of Galveston Bay -- Plan of Sabine Lake. A color coded map of Texas from 1855. The map is color coded by county.
Texas
Map of Texas. Relief shown by hachures. Prime meridians: Washington and Greenwich. Black line print. From: History of the revolution in Texas / by C. Newell. 1838.
Texas and Oklahoma Boundary: Big Bend Area, Sheet Number 1
Map of the Big Bend area around the Red River showing portions of both Texas and Oklahoma. Various areas are marked off into numbered segments and there are red lines radiating from specific points on either side of the river. A legal notice at the bottom of the page asserts that the map is accurate, verified by the Supreme Court of the United States. Scale 1:6,000
Texas and Oklahoma Boundary: Fort Augur Area, Map Number 4
Map of the Fort Auger area around the Red River showing portions of both Texas and Oklahoma. Various areas are marked off into numbered segments and there are red lines radiating from specific points on either side of the river. A legal notice at the bottom of the page asserts that the map is accurate, verified by the Supreme Court of the United States. Scale 1:24,000
Texas and the Massachusetts Resolutions
Pamphlet containing an essay against the annexation of Texas, compiled from a series of newspaper columns.
Texas / by T.G. Bradford ; engraved by G.W. Boynton.
A color coded map of Texas from 1838. The map is color coded by land grants and colonies. Many landmarks are present on the map.
Texas History Stories, Number 4: The Alamo, Remember Goliad, Story of San Jacinto.
Brief narratives of the battles at the Alamo, Goliad, and San Jacinto.
Texas in 1850. By Melinda Rankin.
A celebration of the state of Texas.
Texas, its claims to be recognised as an independent power by Great Britain : examined in a series of letters
Texas, its claims to be recognised as an independent power by Great Britain : examined in a series of letters / by John Scoble.
Texas Legal Directory For 1876-77
This Texas directory contains lists of: officers of the U.S. Government, officers of the Texas Legislative, Executive, and Judicial Departments, county officers, state lawyers, Texas counties, banks, post offices, and revised rules of the Supreme Court.
Texas Nature Observations and Reminiscences
Descriptions, illustrations, photos and analyses of various native Texan animals, and their habits.
Texas, New Mexico & Indian Territory : with environs of Chicago & New Orleans / by J. Bartholomew.
Color map of Texas, New Mexico and Indian Territory circa 1890. Includes insets of the Environs of Chicago and the Environs of New Orleans.
The Texas Panhandle : 1885 / compiled by the editors, Panhandle-Plains Historical Review.
Map showing the counties and ranches of the Texas Panhandle in 1885. Includes cattle brands with identification and description of each associated ranch.
Texas, part of New Mexico and c. / drawn and engraved by J. Bartholomew
A map of Texas from 1856. The map contains many landmarks and territories. Many Texas cities and counties are also represented on the map.
Texas / prepared for Yoakum's History of Texas by J.H. Colton and Co.
Relief shown by hachures. Prime meridians: Greenwich and Washington. Insets: Plan of Galveston Bay -- Plan of Sabine Lake.
Texas / prepared for Yoakum's History of Texas by J.H. Colton & Co.
Map showing Texas in 1856. Includes place names, roads, Plan of Galveston Bay and Plan of Sabine Lake.
Texas / T.G. Bradford ; engraved by G.W. Boynton.
An 1838 map of Texas' landmarks, scattered cities, and land grants. Sub-territories are color coded on this map.
Texas: the rise, progress, and prospects of the Republic of Texas.
A map of the south central United States. There are many territories and landmarks represented on this map. The focus of the map is on Texas but there are a few other surrounding states on the map.
Texas: the rise, progress, and prospects of the Republic of Texas, Vol.1
No Description Available.
Texas: the rise, progress, and prospects of the Republic of Texas, Vol.2
No Description Available.
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.
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.
A thumb-nail history of the city of Houston, Texas, from its founding in 1836 to the year 1912
This book covers the early history of Houston, including early pioneers, industry, and development.
Topographic Map of Texas and Oklahoma Boundary: Fort Auger Area, Map Number 5 (In Four Sheets)
Map of the Fort Auger area around the Red River showing portions of both Texas and Oklahoma. River depths are marked with relief shown by contour lines. A legal notice at the bottom of the page asserts that the map is accurate, verified by the Supreme Court of the United States. Scale 1:6,000