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[Train Depot in Natchitoches, Louisiana]

Description: Photograph of a Texas & Pacific Railway depot in Natchitoches, Louisiana, viewed from the train tracks. The building is a single-story brick building with a second story in the center with several towers and decorative brick work along the roofline. Text in the upper-right corner says "T&P Depot 1977 Nachitoches, LA."
Date: 1977
Partner: The Grace Museum

[View from the Fireman's Seat of Train #804]

Description: Photograph of the view from the fireman's seat of train #804. The tracks in front of the engine are visible through a window. The text below the image says "[sic] View from Firemans seat of Engine #804 "T&P#55" N.W. of Natchitoches La. Oct. 1945 - Ed Robinson-Fireman" and "Ed Robinson."
Date: October 1945
Creator: Robinson, Ed
Partner: The Grace Museum

[Natchitoches Station]

Description: Photograph of Natchitoches station in Natchitoches, Louisiana. Written text below the image says "T&P Natchitoches, La. Station - Elevation 133 (1915-16 era)," and "Don Watson Collection."
Date: 1915~/1916~
Creator: Watson, Don
Partner: The Grace Museum

[Transcript of Letter from J. Cable to Col. Stephen F. Austin, April 25, 1830]

Description: Copy of transcript for a letter from J. Cable to Col. Stephen F. Austin, in which Cable informs Austin of his personal and financial misfortunes in Louisiana. Cable also informs Austin that Major C. H. Sims, Cable's colleague, has plans to visit the colony in order to settle there and to confirm a land title on Cable's behalf. Finally, cable asks for Austin's assurance that the land he previously procured is still available.
Date: April 25, 1830
Partner: The Dolph Briscoe Center for American History

[Transcript of letter from José Espinosa de los Monteras, February 18, 1826]

Description: Copy of transcript for a letter from José Espinosa de los Monteras relaying the information that President Guadalupe Victoria approves Arthur G. Wavell's colonization petition, however the colonists cannot occupy the right bank of the Red River for the Shawnee Indians legally own that land.
Date: February 18, 1826
Partner: The Dolph Briscoe Center for American History
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