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CADDO INDIANS

... of Indian affairs in Texas. During the Civil War most of the Caddo groups abandoned the Indian Territory and ...

TSHA Handbook Online Article - jbrown - 06/12/2010 - 15:52 - 0 attachments

MERCER COLONY

... Finally, Mercer surveyors and settlers clashed with both civil and military forces when they attempted to penetrate that portion of the ...

TSHA Handbook Online Article - jbrown - 06/15/2010 - 18:26 - 0 attachments

MAHON, GEORGE HERMAN

... first appointments were to the House committees on census, civil service, elections, and insular affairs. In 1939 the Texas delegation ... power and influence he had. He opposed early federal civil-rights legislation and Lyndon B. Johnson 's Great Society programs. In ...

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WEBB COUNTY

... approved secession by a vote of 70–0. During the Civil War hundreds of local men joined the Confederate army, many of them ...

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SANTANGELO, ORAZIO DE ATTELLIS

... an expansion of slavery that ultimately would foment a civil war and the dissolution of the Union. In 1847 he left the United States ...

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GRIMES COUNTY

... per slaveholder was greater than ten. On the eve of the Civil War the county's agriculture had begun to show signs that it had ... community of Rodolph near Anderson. From the end of the Civil War right up until World War I , fully half of the county's ...

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TONKAWA INDIANS

... removed to a reservation in Indian Territory. When the Civil War began, the United States troops withdrew, and a group of Delaware, ...

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MADISON COUNTY

... to have been "wild and wooly" before and after the Civil War , was referred to as the "Free State of Madison." Between 1854 and ...

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CONSTITUTION OF 1845

... by jury was extended to cases in equity as well as in civil and criminal law. The longest article of the constitution was Article ...

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BOWEN, JOHN

... [who] stood firm through all the dark days of the [Civil War], as a loyal citizen to the United States." He was buried alongside ...

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