Mexico -- Relations -- Texas
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:
Britton Hispanic Texana Collection
Scope and Contents This collection contains an original manuscript from the era of the Spanish conquest in Spanish Americain 1546. The next item is from two hundred and fifty years later – a manuscript papal document (Pius VI)with tables of the church’s revenues and additional documentation from the government in Mexico. A Royal decree from Charles IV, along with proclamations from Viceroys, Commandants and the Emperor Augustin Iturbide broaden the perspective of the collection. The collection’s chronological...
Dates: 1546 - 1877
Texas Mexico Relations Collection
Scope and Contents
This collection consists of a publication containing correspondence between Fort Brown, Texas and Mexican authorities after the death of Maj. Gen. Canales, General-in-Chief of the Division Canales, Army of Mexico.
The Texana Documents Collection
Scope and Contents The manuscript collection begins with the personal papers of Henderson Yoakum, who wrote the first comprehensive history of Texas. They include a muster roll from his Cherokee campaign, discharge orders and payment authorizations for his troops, as well as Yoakum’s license to practice law. The Texana Documents collection also contains papers and letters related to early Texas, primarily focusing on annexation issues, during the period from 1842-1845. In the Correspondence section, Governor...
Dates: 1837 - 1961