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Anthony Butler Papers, 1810–1846. 10 in.
Center for American History, The University of Texas at Austin
The Butler Papers concern Butler's career as a lawyer, soldier, and politician and cover his time spent as President Andrew Jackson's chargé d'affaires to Mexico, his activities as a land speculator, and his law practice in Washington County, Texas.

Henri Castro Papers, 1839–1846, 1884. 2 in.
Center for American History, The University of Texas at Austin
The Castro papers document French colonization ventures in Texas, particularly Castroville, and include a list of colonizers and a diary of transactions of the colony.
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Paul C. Crusemann Collection, 1788–1932. 10 in.
Center for American History, The University of Texas at Austin
The bulk of the collection consists of unrelated items having to do with the affairs of Elisha Marshall Pease, Texas governor from 1853 to 1857, and his wife Lucadia Christina Niles Pease. Included also is a significant collection of historical documents, such as a letter from George Washington, an original copy of the public Treaty of Velasco, and other notable papers from the time of the Texas Revolution and the Republic of Texas.
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Green DeWitt Papers, 1827–1832. 3 items.
Center for American History, The University of Texas at Austin
Papers include a letter from the empresario DeWitt to the commandant of Arms at La Bahía reporting clashes with Indians in DeWitt's Colony and requesting troops for protection; a power of attorney (1827) signed by DeWitt, appointing James Kerr acting empresario for DeWitt's Colony; and a fragment of a typewritten transcript of an anonymous letter describing events and conditions in Gonzales, DeWitt's Colony, 1832.
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