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E. W. Bowers Papers
Manuscript Collection: MC109
Eugene W. Bowers was a district clerk of Clarksville, Red River County, Texas, and a noted researcher and collector of early Texas history. Bowers is most regarded for his 1888 publication A Whole People Indicted.
This collection contains both financial and legal documents collected by E. W. Bowers. The financial document series consists of a single signed promissory note of $500 to be paid to a James E. Browning by W. H. Gray and Richard Ellis. The legal documents series contains two documents pertaining to Robert Hamilton who was a signer of the Declaration of Independence of Texas and resided in Red River County, Texas in 1834 to 1839. The two documents are a Bill in Equity No. 256 regarding Abner H. McKenzie v. Robert Hamilton filed on March 12, 1841 and a petition of Robert Hamilton filed April 10, 1841 regarding one league and labor of land in Red River County, Texas.
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[Identification of Item], E. W. Bowers Papers, MC109, San Jacinto Museum of History, Houston, Texas.
Gift of E. W. Bowers, 1953 and 1955.
Processed by Lisa Lomas, 2011.