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Catalog of Blinn College, 2012-2013

Description: Catalog of courses offered by Blinn College campuses, as well as general information about the junior college, programs, and policies.
Date: 2012
Creator: Blinn College
Partner: UNT Libraries Government Documents Department

Alleyton, Texas: Back Door to the Confederacy

Description: This book contains the history of Alleyton, Texas, which is located in Colorado County. The book includes information about the Alley family, the founding of Alleyton, reminiscences and recollections, as well as the establishment of railroads, local businesses, schools, and churches.
Date: 1993
Creator: Harrison, William H.
Partner: Nesbitt Memorial Library

Soil Survey of Austin and Waller Counties, Texas

Description: Text describes the area, climate, agricultural history and statistics, soil-survey methods and definitions, soils and crops, land uses and agricultural methods, irrigation, and morphology and genesis of soils of Austin and Waller Counties, Texas.
Date: 1981
Creator: Greenwade, James M.; Crenwelge, Wilfred; Schlappi, Ronald L.; Hitt, Stanley G. & Stewart, Michael
Partner: UNT Libraries Government Documents Department

[Photo Album of Arthur Sternenberg]

Description: Photo album of Arthur Sternenberg (1881-1968), a beekeeper from Austin County, Texas. Included are photos of people and animals.
Date: unknown
Creator: Sternenberg
Partner: Private Collection of T. B. Willis

San Felipe de Austin: Capital of Austin's Colony

Description: Award-winning essay about the city of San Felipe de Austin giving a brief history starting with the city's founding and background on Stephen Austin's colony.
Date: unknown
Creator: Hoff, Blanche
Partner: Star of the Republic Museum

Journal. W.P. Huff, San Felipe de Austin, February 22, 1840

Description: Daily Journal from the William P. Huff store in San Felipe de Austin from 1840 - 1841. Lists expenses and sales, including the names of customers. (Handwritten.)
Date: February 22, 1840
Creator: Huff, William P.
Partner: Star of the Republic Museum

[Diary of Henry Matthews - 1833-1840]

Description: Henry Matthews (1799-18?) was a Methodist circuit rider, schoolteacher, and practicing physician from Ohio, who made his way from Ohio, through the Illinois Territory, to Texas. Primarily a circuit-riding preacher and schoolteacher in his early days in Ohio, Matthews practiced medicine more formally in the 1830s and 1840s in San Felipe, Texas, where Matthews and his wife Miranda eventually settled. The latter two-thirds are a private diary, but many of the entries are made over printed finance notes, for which the book was originally printed. The initial third have some edits made to the printed sections but do not appear to be used as intended. Entries range from weather reports to crop and garden reports to mentions of Matthews’ medical practice in San Felipe. There are some loose papers in this volume, including one signed, “Miranda Matthews,” regarding a girl named Mary.
Date: 1833-05-25/1840-10-02
Creator: Matthews, Henry
Partner: Southwestern University