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Frontier and pioneer life -- Texas

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 2 Records:

Clark family papers

Call Number: RH MS P213

This collection consists of letters that discuss family affairs, droughts and crops. J. S. Clark mentions carrying mail, "following" cotton, and Mormons. Lizzie mentions raising chickens and pigs. It also contains a marriage certificate for J. S. Clark and Mary Ann Pedigrew from Kansas in 1873.

Dates: 1873 - 1900

Correspondence and papers of Elisha and Elizabeth Eulalia Bass and family

Call Number: RH MS 283

The Bass/Bayley collection consists primarily of the correspondence and papers of Elisha and Elizabeth Eulalia Bass and their relatives. The Bass family were New Englanders who settled in pre-Civil War Texas near present-day Brownsville, Cameron County. They later located to California and Colorado.

Dates: 1794, 1831, bulk 1844-1922, 1962, 1975