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Frontiersmen
Newspaper Records
Pioneers
Spanish Abandonment
Texas Rangers
Civil War

Special Presidential Pardons for Confederate Soldiers New
COMPLETE DETAILS
Two Volumes, 530 Pages, Perfect Bound
GN-0229, $60.00

Confederate Officers of Texas
COMPLETE DETAILS
Compiled by Francis T. Ingmire
119 Pages, 8.5x11, Surname Index, Softcover, Perfect Bound
FI-0088, $33.00

Early Settlers

First Settlers of Republic of Texas - Volume 1
COMPLETE DETAILS AND SURNAMES
Compiled by Carolyn R. Ericson and Francis T. Ingmire
292 pages, Soft Cover, Full Name Index, 8.5" x 11", 1982
Headright land grants which were reported as genuine and legal by the traveling commissioners in January 1840. Contains records for Austin, Bastrop, Bexar, Brazoria, Colorado, Fannin, Fayette, Fort Bend, Galveston, Goliad, Gonzales, Harris, Harrison, Houston, Jackson and Jasper Counties.
TX-0020, $50.00

First Settlers of Republic of Texas - Volume 2
COMPLETE DETAILS AND SURNAMES
Compiled by Carolyn R. Ericson and Francis T. Ingmire
281 pages, Soft Cover, Full Name Index, 8.5" x 11", 1982
Headright land grants which were reported as genuine and legal by the traveling commissioners in January 1840. Contains records for Jefferson, Liberty, Matagorda, Milam, Montgomery, Nacogdoches, Red River, Refugio, Robertson, Sabine, San Augustine, Shelby, Victoria and Washington Counties.
TX-0021, $50.00

Texas Frontiersmen

Texas Frontiersmen 1839-1860
COMPLETE DETAILS
Compiled by Francis T. Ingmire, 8.5"x11"
A group of men known as Minute Men - Militia - Home Guard - Indian Fighter were a carry over organization from the Revolutionary war. Volunteers are given in alphabetical order.
FI-0459, $22.50

Newspaper Records

Early Texas News; 1831-1848
by Helen Smothers Swenson, 136 Pages, Perfect Bound
An abstracting of the San Felipe de Austin, Brazoria, and The Northern Standard of Red River County. Newspaper for the time periods given.
FI-0080, $25.00

Spanish Abandonment

The Spanish Abandonment and Reoccupation of East Texas 1773-1779
Herbert E. Bolton, 74 Pages, Soft Cover, 8.5" x 11" inches, Full Name Index, Reprint 2005
In 1772, the Spanish government decided to give back to nature and the Indians, temporarily at least, all that part of Texas northeast of San Antonio de Bexar and Bahia del Espirtu Santo. The Spanish has occupied this area for nearly 50 years and the settlers that were there became upset at the pull out of their protection. Much of this information is found in heretofore unused material.
TX-0017, $15.00

Pioneers

Life of Robert Cavellier
by Jared Sparks, 250 Pages, Perfect Bound
Robert DeLaSalle is one of the only explorers of the Great Lakes and Mississippi River area before this became the United States. He built Fort Frontennac, sailed through the lakes to Mackinac, Green Bay and on to the Miami River. Later he sailed down the Mississippi River recording his passage.
GN-0164, $20.00

Texas Rangers

Texas Rangers Service Records 1830-1846
Frances T. Ingmire, 177 pages, soft cover.
An alphabetical listing of the Texas Rangers between the years of 1830 up to 1846. The first company of Texas rangers was formed in 1832; but it was not until the administration of President Burnet in 1836 that this arm of the service was regularly organized and put into the field. In this volume the names, rank and company of service are given as well as the dates of enlistment and discharge. Most of the records are taken from the Muster Roll of the Rangers.
FI-0460, $37.50

Texas Rangers 1847-1900
Frances T. Ingmire, perfect bound volumes.
Each of the following six volumes are the records of the Texas Rangers from 1847 until 1900 in an alphabetical listing. Included in Volume One are the Frontier Battalion & Companies; Minute Men & Companies, County Minute Men and Commanding Officers; County Frontier Battallions and Commanding Officers and Miscellaneous units as well as the Texas Rangers with surnames from A to C. Many of the early records are not extant as they were in private hands or just lost in time. These records are the ones that have survived and are now housed in the Texas State Archives as Muster Rolls and Pay Rolls.

Texas Rangers Volume 1 : A-C
176 pages, perfect bound
FI-0461, $37.50

Texas Rangers Volume 2 : D-G
121 pages, perfect bound
FI-0462, $25.00

Texas Rangers Volume 3 : H-K
122 pages, perfect bound
FI-0463, $25.00

Texas Rangers Volume 4 : L-N
136 pages, perfect bound
FI-0464, $30.00

Texas Rangers Volume 5 : O-S
158 pages, perfect bound
FI-0465, $35.00

Texas Rangers Volume 6 : T-Z
106 pages, perfect bound
FI-0466, $23.50

Six Volume Set
Save $26.00 by buying the entire set.
FI-0467, $150.00

 

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