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Annexation of Texas. By Junius no. IX
Pamphlet from Texana Collection
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
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.
The Cabin Book; or, Sketches of Life in Texas.
This is an English translation of the German text, which is a historical novel about the creation of the Republic of Texas. It consists of a series of sketches that depict the new Republic of Texas as a land of opportunity for immigrants.
Central America. II. Including Texas, California, and the northern states of Mexico
Map of Texas and northern Mexico, as well as the surrounding area. Texas is outlined in green, Mexican states are outlined in yellow, and the map also notes major cities and geography, with relief shown by hachures.
Certificate of Election
Certificate naming Benjamin B. Peck the Clerk of the County Court in Gonzales County, Republic of Texas.
Congressional Globe (Permanent Edition) Volume 85: 28th Congress, 2nd session, Appendix
Congressional debates and proceedings regarding the annexation of Texas to the United States of America. Only selected pages of the Congressional Globe are reproduced here.
Discourse on Slavery and the Annexation of Texas
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.
Indenture [deed for sale of land ] between George M. and Mary Gest and Frederick Stoever, 1844 June 7.
Deed for sale of land in Republic of Texas.
[Land grant] : Austin, [Tex.], 1841 April 3.
Texas Land Grant.
[Land grant] : Austin, [Tex.], 1842 February 26.
Texas land grant. Signed by Sam Houston.
[Land grant] : Austin, [Tex.], 1845 July 31.
Texas Land Grant, signed by Anson Jones.
Land Grant Deed
Land grant for Mary Gest signed by Sam Houston.
Land Grant Deed
Land Grant
Land Grant Deed
Land Grant
Laws Passed by the Eighth Congress of the Republic of Texas.
This volume includes the text of acts and resolutions passed by the government of the Republic of Texas to become law. The "Abstract of Private Acts and Joint Resolutions" and index start after page 120.
Laws Passed by the Ninth Congress, of the Republic of Texas.
This volume includes the text of acts and resolutions passed by the government of the Republic of Texas to become law. Index starts on the first page i, after page 133.
Laws Passed by the Sixth Congress of the Republic of Texas.
This volume includes the text of acts and resolutions passed by the government of the Republic of Texas to become law. The index and "Abstract of Private Acts and Joint Resolutions" start after page 120.
[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.
Letters, Relating to the History of Annexation
No Description Available.
Map of Texas
Hand colored map of Texas circa 1841 showing major rivers, the Old Spanish Road, U.S. Traders Road and some topographical features.
Map of Texas.
Map showing Texas in 1849 with some topographical features. Includes a list of Land Districts containing counties and the towns within each county.
Map of Texas and part of Mexico
Map showing Texas and the surrounding areas in the United States and Mexico. Geography and major cities are marked, with relief shown by hachures. Prime meridians: Greenwich and Washington.
Map of Texas : compiled from surveys recorded in the land office of Texas and other official surveys / by John Arrowsmith.
Hand drawn map of the Republic of Texas showing counties, cities, towns, rivers, creeks, roads, railroads and topographical features. Insets showing the western United States, and Plan of Galveston Bay
Map of Texas / from the most recent authorities.
Texas north of Red River.
A map of the Indian territory, northern Texas and New Mexico : showing the great western prairies / by Josiah Gregg.
Hand drawn map showing the Indian territory, northern Texas, New Mexico and the great western plains. Geographical features, tribal names, rivers and some place names are noted.
Map of the state of Texas.
Map showing the state of Texas (shaded in yellow) and surrounding areas. Some regions and towns are noted, as well as geographic features with relief shown by hachures. Prime meridians: Greenwich and Washington.
Message from the President of the United States to the Two Houses of Congress at the Commencement of the First Session of the Twenty-Ninth Congress.
Presidential address to the 1845 Congress.
Message from the President of the United States to the two houses of Congress at the commencement of the Second Session of the Twenty-Eighth Congress. December 3, 1844.
Message: pp. [3]-18; Documents from the Department of State, accompanying the President's message ... : pp. [19]-112; Report of the Secretary of War; pp. [113]-129.
A new map of Texas.
"Boundaries of Texas. Political, Conventional, and Natural." Relief shown pictorially.
A new map of Texas, Oregon, and California : with the regions adjoining / compiled from the most recent authorities.
Hand drawn map showing the emigration route from Missouri to Oregon in 1845 with geographical features. A table of stops along the routes with mileage included. There are some brief written descriptions of areas of the west.
Part of north eastern Texas shewing the route of the inspectors.
Map of north eastern Texas showing route of the inspectors circa 1849. Includes counties, towns, rivers and some geographic features.
Peace With Mexico
No Description Available.
Proceedings of the Senate and Documents Relative to Texas, from which the Injunction of Secrecy Has Been Removed
Record of 1844 Senate Proceedings.
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.
Speech of Hon. Wm. Lowndes Yancey, of Alabama, on the annexation of Texas to the United States, delivered in the House of Representatives, Jan. 7, 1845.
A passionate speech supporting the annexation of Texas, given to the House of Representatives.
Texas.
A map of Texas landmarks and territories from 1844.
Texas.
Photocopied hand colored map showing grants circa 1840.
Texas and the Massachusetts Resolutions
Pamphlet containing an essay against the annexation of Texas, compiled from a series of newspaper columns.
[Texas Land Grant]
Land grant for Ira Ellis signed by the governor of the state of Texas. There is a handwritten note from the clerk of Smith County regarding the grant and where it is recorded in the clerk's office about a year after the grant was issued.
Reports of cases argued and decided in the Supreme Court of the State of Texas during December term, 1847. Volume 2.
Includes Texas Supreme Court case reports from 1847 along with a list of the justices of the Texas Supreme Court, a list of cases, and an index.
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.
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.
The United States of Mexico.
Relief shown by hachures. Prime meridians: Greenwich and Washington. Inset: Guatemala, or, The United Provinces of Central America.