Diplomatic Correspondence of Texas

The Diplomatic Correspondence of Texaswas published in 1908 as a collection of the official correspondence that passed between the Republic of Texas and foreign nations. This section offers digitized transcriptions of letters that dealt with the issue of slavery in Texas, including diplomatic discussions between the Lone Star Republic and nations over the future of slavery in the region.
Link to Resource

http://www.texasslaveryproject.org/sources/ROTDC/index.php Disclaimer: this does not appear to be a resource that we own or control.

Resource Type
Online Primary or Secondary Sources
University of Virginia

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