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Indigenous peoples

 Subject
Subject Source: Local sources
Scope Note: TARO subject browse term

Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:

David G. Burnet letters

 Collection
Identifier: MS 188
Abstract: Letters to and from David Gouverneur Burnet (1788-1870) of the Republic of Texas, in typescript form and as reprinted in the "La Grange Journal."
Dates: 1836 - 1859

Francisco Frejes’ "Ensayo Sobre La Reduccion Y Colonizacion De Las Tribas Barbaras Del Continente"

 Collection
Identifier: MS 042
Abstract: The complete unpublished manuscript containing an account of the Church's activities in 16th century Mexico in relation to the indigenous population.
Dates: 1820 - 1840

Hugh Harleston paper "Did Teotihuacan's Designers have a knowledge of spherical trigonometry?"

 Collection
Identifier: MS 330
Abstract: A paper titled "Did Teotihuacan's Designers have a knowledge of spherical trigonometry?" by Hugh Harleston, Jr., including illustrations and appendices.
Dates: 1980

Jared Ellison Groce biographical manuscript, 1936

 Collection
Identifier: MS 179
Abstract: Biographical sketch of Jared Ellsion Groce, one of the Old Three Hundred (Austin's first colony), who emigrated to Texas in January 1822. Time period described ranges from 1782-1836.
Dates: 1936

Manuel and Carmen Paredes letters and scrapbooks

 Collection
Identifier: MS 971
Overview This collection contains correspondence and scrapbooks written and assembled by Manuel Paredes.
Dates: 1947 - 1953; 1977 - 1979

Mirabeau Buonaparte Lamar travel journal

 Collection
Identifier: MS 311
Abstract: On his 1835 trip from Georgia to Texas, Mirabeau Buonaparte Lamar kept a manuscript diary. The journal is written in continuous narrative form, with frequent historical or descriptive passages inserted, covering the months June-October, 1835, the period during which Lamar apparently made his decision to settle in Texas permanently and join in the Texian battle for independence from Mexico.
Dates: 1835