Texas Revolution; El Mosquito Mexicano; Archive War; Austin; Houston; Sam Houston; Washington-on-the-Brazos; Texas Centennial
"The Mosquito," a Mexican paper, blamed Americans for inciting Indian Wars in Texas and early Texans had an "Archive War" amongst themselves in which the citizens of Austin impeded the transfer of the state papers to Houston.
Near Southeast Neighborhood Advisory Council; Near Southeast Citizens Committee; Black History Month; Southside Multi-Purpose Center; Fort Worth; piano
Printed program from the Culmination Program of the Near Southeast Neighborhood Advisory Council and Near Southeast Citizens Committee. The program celebrated the placement of a Baldwin baby grand piano in the Southside Multi-Purpose Center. The...
Circular Letter; United Confederate Veteran; Headquarters; Adjutant General's Office; J.B. Gordon; George Moorman; New Orleans; Prisoner of War; Camp Chase; Columbus, Ohio; Confederate Grave; Fort Worth
A newsletter of the United Confederate Veterans making an appeal for the second annual decoration of the graves of those Confederate soldiers who died at Camp Chase, a Civil War Union prison, near Columbus, Ohio.