A Guide to the Cagle Family Papers, ca. 1800-ca. 1950
The Cagle Family, originally from the Carolinas, settled in Bartlett, Texas on the Williamson County-Bell County line around 1870 after leaving Mountianview, Arkansas. They were responsible for a cottonseed oil mill as well as real estate and mercantile ventures.
Covering the period from before the Civil War to the mid-20th century, this collection comprises family letters; photographs; business ledgers; printed and manuscript documents; books, pamphlets, magazines, newspapers, and other imprints concerning the Cagle family and their activities in Bartlett, Texas. The papers concern the family's life and enterprises, including a cottonseed oil mill, real estate investments, and mercantile business. Papers also reflect the history of Bartlett, Texas.
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Cagle Family Papers, ca. 1800-ca. 1950, Dolph Briscoe Center for American History, The University of Texas at Austin.
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