The Resource Historical number containing the papers read at the annual meeting of the East Texas Historical Association, 1928-1931

Historical number containing the papers read at the annual meeting of the East Texas Historical Association, 1928-1931

Label
Historical number containing the papers read at the annual meeting of the East Texas Historical Association, 1928-1931
Title
Historical number containing the papers read at the annual meeting of the East Texas Historical Association, 1928-1931
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Member of
Cataloging source
IXA
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Series statement
Bulletin of the Stephen F. Austin State Teachers College
Series volume
no. 38
Label
Historical number containing the papers read at the annual meeting of the East Texas Historical Association, 1928-1931
Instantiates
Publication
Note
"January, 1932."
Contents
How African slavery came into Texas -- Some phases of transportation in East Texas -- Social life in Huntsville in the eighteen seventies -- Mary, the pioneer -- Some leaves from the "Treasurer's register of property and claims belonging to the trustees of the Nacogdoches University and the debts due by the trustees" -- Early days in Red River County -- John Alexander Greer -- Notes on the Journal of the Proceedings of the General Council of the Republic of Texas held at San Felipe de Austin, November 14, March, 1836 -- The Giddings-Clark election contest, 1871-1872 -- Local history activities in East Texas State Teachers College -- Francisco De Miranda -- The Spanish town of Nacogdoches -- The German settlers in the politics of Texas -- The visit of Colonel Juan N. Almonte to Texas in 1834
Control code
27049564
Dimensions
23 cm.
Extent
146 p.
Note
Library's copy 1 (SW Writers): From the library of Claude Elliott, gift of Emma Edwin Elliott. Table of contents page detached. In original printed wrappers. Library binding.
Label
Historical number containing the papers read at the annual meeting of the East Texas Historical Association, 1928-1931
Publication
Note
"January, 1932."
Contents
How African slavery came into Texas -- Some phases of transportation in East Texas -- Social life in Huntsville in the eighteen seventies -- Mary, the pioneer -- Some leaves from the "Treasurer's register of property and claims belonging to the trustees of the Nacogdoches University and the debts due by the trustees" -- Early days in Red River County -- John Alexander Greer -- Notes on the Journal of the Proceedings of the General Council of the Republic of Texas held at San Felipe de Austin, November 14, March, 1836 -- The Giddings-Clark election contest, 1871-1872 -- Local history activities in East Texas State Teachers College -- Francisco De Miranda -- The Spanish town of Nacogdoches -- The German settlers in the politics of Texas -- The visit of Colonel Juan N. Almonte to Texas in 1834
Control code
27049564
Dimensions
23 cm.
Extent
146 p.
Note
Library's copy 1 (SW Writers): From the library of Claude Elliott, gift of Emma Edwin Elliott. Table of contents page detached. In original printed wrappers. Library binding.

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