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[Transcript of Three Letters Concerning a Mine, 1829]

Description: Copy of transcript for three letters written in 1829. The first is from Samuel M. Williams to Joseph White, concerning his attempts to acquire the rights to a silver and lead mine. The second is a receipt from Joseph White, and the third informs Williams of the things he must do to affirm his ownership of the mine.
Date: unknown
Partner: The Dolph Briscoe Center for American History

[Transcript of Three Letters Concerning a Mine, 1829]

Description: Copy of transcript for three letters written in 1829. The first is from Samuel M. Williams to Joseph White, concerning his attempts to acquire the rights to a silver and lead mine. The second is a receipt from Joseph White, and the third, from Pedro Vidaurri, informs Williams of the things he must do to affirm his ownership of the mine.
Date: [1829-05-05, 1829-07-03]
Partner: The Dolph Briscoe Center for American History

[Transcript of Letters , 1829]

Description: Copy of transcript for several letters written in 1829. In the first letter, John Austin and James Austin asking for the rights to the silver and lead mines. The second is a receipt from Joseph White, and the third informs the Austins that whichever of the men who has claimed the mine, and who successfully creates a well and mines lead or silver, may keep it.
Date: [1829-05-05, 1829-07-02]
Partner: The Dolph Briscoe Center for American History

[Cylindrical structures in Shafter ghost town]

Description: Photograph of two large, cylindrical structures in abandoned Shafter, Texas. Mountains are visible in the background. The image accompanied a written speech, with the caption: "Silver was discovered by John W. Spencer in 1883 and with Col. W. R. Shafter, who was stationed at Ft. Davis, gained the necessary capitol to organize the Presidio Mining Company" (pp. 7-8).
Date: 1969
Partner: Marfa Public Library

[Letter to C. B. Moore, September 14, 1893]

Description: He needed Moore's help, but Moore was going to Tennessee. He appreciated the letters Moore sent from Tennessee and the paper as well. Will took them to the wild raspberries. He and Lizzie went hiking in August and were very tired afterward. He helped Will irrigate. He says it is dull and that they keep closing the silver mines. He talks about his own garden.
Date: September 14, 1893
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

Texas Heritage, Volume 18, Number 4, Fall 2000

Description: Quarterly publication containing articles related to the preservation of historic artifacts and sites in Texas. Feature articles discuss various aspects of Texas history and heritage, often highlighting museums and collections within the state. Also included are book reviews, current preservation news, and a listing of historical museums in Texas. The theme for this issue is "Archeology Awareness."
Date: Autumn 2000
Creator: Texas Historical Foundation
Partner: Texas Historical Foundation