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Bryan, Moses Austin 1817-1895

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Works: 27 works in 27 publications in 2 languages and 31 library holdings
Genres: History  Sources  Biography  Archives  Photographs 
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Reminiscences of Moses Austin Bryan by Moses Austin Bryan( Book )

1 edition published in 2016 in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Bryan, Guy Morrison, papers by Guy M Bryan( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Collection concerns the career of Bryan (1821-1901), nephew of Stephen F. Austin, and deals with his education; his friendship with Rutherford B. Hayes; his service as state legislator and United States congressman; his activities during the Texas Revolution, the Mexican War, and the Civil War; his ranching enterprises and participation in the establishment of the Texas Cotton Bureau as well as the Texas Veteran Association and the Texas State Historical Association; and his personal and family life
Forever Texas : Texas history, the way those who lived it wrote it( Book )

1 edition published in 2002 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

A chronicle of Texas looks at four centuries of history in the Lone Star state from a variety of cultural perspectives, and offers personal views of Texas politics, entertainment, and literature
Moses Austin Bryan by Moses Austin Bryan( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

This letter (10 January 1890) from Moses Austin Bryan letter to Col. W.W. Fontaine is in response to a series of questions concerning the revolutionary period in Texas history. Topics included General Houston's address to the army on the Salado, whether Houston had ordered Mosley Baker to burn San Felipe, Deaf Smith's stress on the importance of destroying the bridge over Vince's Bayou to prevent reinforcements to Santa Anna, and plotting and faction at San Felipe. of Josephine Lyons and her association with D.R. Beatty in 1913-1914
Hally Bryan Perry collection by Hally Ballinger Bryan Perry( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Photographs and illustrations, printed materials, a scrapbook and newspaper clippings, and correspondence comprise the bulk of the collected materials related to the Austin-Bryan-Perry family. Of particular interest are 38 photographs and illustrations (1888-1936) that document Austin and Bryan family history, including images of Austin family gravesites, members of the Austin and Bryan families, Stephen F. Austin, and places associated with Austin and Bryan families. The collection contains three case photographs: Guy M. Bryan and Guy Case; Mr. and Mrs. Guy M. Bryan (Laura Harrison Jack); and President and Mrs. Rutherford B. Hayes (Lucy). A collection of calling cards includes cards from Alexander H. Stephens, J.P. Benjamin, Jefferson Davis, and Stephen A. Douglas. Seven cachets document the centennial celebration of Texas statehood (1945-1946). Stephen F. Austin's 1835 memorandum book is also included in the collection. Family correspondence includes transcriptions of letters from Moses Austin Bryan
Dictation from Moses Austin Bryan : Brenham : by Moses Austin Bryan( )

1 edition published in 1888 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Concerns social life and customs in Texas
Madison G. Whitaker family papers by Madison G Whitaker( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Photographs, family documents, newspaper articles, a greeting card, poem, and an autograph album document the lives of Madison G. Whitaker, Sam McKneely, Thracian and Lavinia Dickson, and Mattie Olivia Whitaker. Of the 9 photographs only 2 people are identified, Madison G. Whitaker and Mattie Olivia Whitaker; it is likely another may be a member of the Dickson family. Family documents include a note from Hannah's teacher written in 1839, a handwritten funeral notice announcing services for Mrs. S.W. McKneely, Sam W. McKneely's Masonic Demit signed September 4, 1882, resolutions written on the death of Madison G. Whitaker by the representatives of Milam Lodge No. 2. A.F. and A.M. (1893), and a commercial letter written to the Whitaker family offering a clipping service. Newspaper articles include published letters from Moses Austin Bryan and Reuben M. Potter (1884); accounts of Texas Veterans Association and Daughters of the Republic of Texas meetings (1886, 1887, 1892); and obituaries for Madison G. Whitaker (5) and Walter P. Lane (1). A poem written possibly by Thracian McKneely in 1845 and copied by Lavinia McKneely in 1867 reveals 19th century attitudes toward the death of children. Of particular interest is the Jenny Lind autograph album (1857-1863) belonging to Lavinia Dickson McKneely. The album records the feelings of friends concerning separation and friendship. The album also includes clippings and a poem
 
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Alternative Names
Moses Austin Bryan American revolutionary

Languages
English (26)

German (1)