Celtic Connection

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Other Publications and Papers Consulted-

The Magazine of American History (1879)

Genealogical Newsletters:

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Our Heritage, San Antonio Genealogical and Historian Society.

Stirpes, Texas State Genealogical Society.

Stx, The Genealogical and Historical Society of Gonzales.

The Genealogical Record, Houston Genealogical Forum.

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Houston Chronicle

Houston Post

Kirbyville Banner

National Intelligencer

New Orleans Bee

New York Inquirer

New York Star

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New York Orleans American

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New Orleans Bulletin

Pasadena Citizen

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Papers Of:

Allen, Samuel Nelson

Arredondo, Joaquín de,

Baker, E. Jarvis

Baylor family

Bryan, Guy M.

Burleson, Edward

Burleson, Andrew Jackson

Burnet, David G.

Crimmins, M. L.

Elizondo, Ygnacio

Ford, John Salmon

Houston, Sam

Hughes, Benjamin Franklin

Jones, Anson

Lamar, Mirabeau

Lea, Albert Miller

Looscan, Adele

McCullough Jr., William Wallace

Muir, Andrew Forrest

Nesbitt, Robert

Ponton, Joel B.

Potter, Reuben

Robinson, Samuel Murray

Rusk, Thomas Jefferson

Travis, William Barrett

Williams, Samuel May

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