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Smith County, Texas, in the Civil War

Vicki Betts

Smith County, Texas, in the Civil War

by Vicki Betts

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Published by Jack T. Greer Memorial Fund of the Smith County Historical Society in Tyler, Tex .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Smith County (Tex.)
    • Subjects:
    • Smith County (Tex.) -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby Vicki Betts.
      ContributionsSmith County Historical Society.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsF392.S55 B47
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxi, 106 p. :
      Number of Pages106
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4551162M
      LC Control Number77020436

      Deaf Smith County, Texas. Texas Union Regiments During the Civil War, the Texas Second Volunteer Cavalry Regiment was a United States Army unit formed in late at Brownsville. The men for the Federal regiment came largely from Mexican, German and Irish populations. Texas Census Books and CDs (Source: SK Publications) ($) Census of Union Veterans and Widows of the Civil War Smith County (Source: FamilySearch) Veterans Schedules Smith County Federal Census Smith County, Texas (Source: MyHeritage) ($).

      Texas Civil War Sites In November of , Ancestry dumped 25 years of genealogy materials accumulated by the Rootsweb volunteers. Over the past 8 months we have monitored their blogs as they promised repeatedly that the data would be restored. A civil war tragedy: Quantrill's guerillas and the triple hanging in Tyler, Texas / by James Wilkins with Bob and Doris Bowman. by Wilkins, James | Bowman, Bob, | Bowman, Doris, Material type: Text; Format: print ; Literary form: Not fiction Publisher: Nacogdoches, Texas: Lufkin, Texas: East Texas Historical Association; Best of East Texas Publishers, Other title.

      Cherokees settled in the s; removed in In the late s, first Anglo-American settlers arrived. Antebellum slaveholding area. County named for Texas Revolution Gen. James Smith; county created and organized in from Nacogdoches County. The Smith County Law Library is open to attorneys, judges and the general public at no cost. County law libraries in Texas make legal research materials available to the public. Because it is a research library, books and materials may not be taken out of the library. The Law Library pays particular attention to the area of Texas law and documents.


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Smith County, Texas, in the Civil War Hardcover – January 1, by Vicki Betts (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editionsAuthor: Vicki Betts.

Civil War in Smith County, Texas. Click here for a fairly comprehensive bibliography on Smith County, Texas, during the Civil War. It includes citations to journal articles and books, and links to online resources.

The first section deals with the Civil War in general, followed by sections on the secession crisis, Camp Ford POW camp, the ordnance works in Tyler, and units raised in Smith County Author: Sarah Norrell.

Get this from a library. Smith County, Texas, in the Civil War. [Vicki Betts; Smith County Historical Society.]. Chronicles of Smith County, Texas has been published by the Smith County Historical Society since The articles are always informative about the county’s history and often include photographs, maps and tables.

All issues have been published in an inch X 11 inch, soft cover format. With the large number of topics already covered since its beginning, past issues of Chronicles are important. Book Smith County, Texas, in the Civil War () Vicki Betts, University of Texas at Tyler; Smith County Disciplines.

United States History; Publication Date. Publisher. Smith County Historical Society Citation Information. Vicki Betts. Smith County, Texas, in the Civil : Vicki Betts. Subject(s): Smith County (Tex.) -- History -- Civil War, LOC classification: FS55 | B47 List(s) this item appears in: Smith County Tags from this library.

Buy Smith County, Texas, in the Civil War by Vicki Betts (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Vicki Betts. SMITH County is located Texas northeastern Texas fifty-eight miles from the eastern state boundary. Smith County It is bordered by the Neches River and Henderson and Van Zandt counties on the west, Cherokee County on the south, Rusk and Upshur counties on the east, and the Sabine River and Upshur and Wood counties on the north.

The non-fiction book Smith County Justice was written as an exposé of governmental corruption in the East Texas town of Tyler, the county seat of Smith County.

Its publication sent shock waves through the political machine of the city of Tyler which then devised a plan for damage control/5. This archive contains an electronic (pdf) edition of the suppressed book "Smith County Justice" by David Ellsworth ().

This book, which exposes corruption in the criminal legal system of Smith County, Texas, USA, was withdrawn by the publisher and removed from all bookstores shortly after publication due to pressure from the authorities exposed in the book.

Master literary investigator David Ellsworth unravels the tale of corruption in a Texas county and in his usual style, names names and pulls out everything under the administrative rugs. The book was touted by television's 20/20, by 20th Century Fox, Stephen J. Cannell Productions and a host of others wanting to capitalize on this magnificent /5(24).

The Smith County Historical Society, a (c) (3) non-profit organization, was founded in by individuals and business firms dedicated to discovering, collecting and preserving data, records and other items relating to the history of Smith County, Texas.

They joined together in a rewarding effort to preserve the fascinating stories of. This thesis gives an overview of the history of Smith County, Texas. The chapters, according to the Table of Contents: Topography and Earliest Indian Life; The Cherokees; The Expulsion of the Cherokees; The Exploration and Beginnings of Smith County; Frontier Smith County, ; The Ante-Bellum Period, ; The Railroads and Their Influences, ; Post Civil War.

Vicki Betts, Smith County, Texas, in the Civil War (Tyler, Texas: Smith County Historical Society, ).Chronicles of Smith County, SpringFallSummer Edward Clayton Curry, An Administrative Survey of the Schools of Smith County, Texas ( thesis, University of Texas, ).

Smith County is a county in the U.S. state of of the census, its population wasIts county seat is Tyler. Smith County is named for James Smith, a general during the Texas Revolution. Smith County is part of the Tyler metropolitan statistical area and the Tyler–Jacksonville combined statistical areaCongressional district: 1st.

Commanded by Captains J.C. Rogers and John Smith. Company D "San Andres Light Horse Company", 4th Texas Cavalry. This company was organized at San Andres, Milam County, Texas September 7, and mustered into Confederate service for the war at San Antonio, Texas Septem It was discharged in Burleson County, Texas Vicki Betts, professional librarian, has been with The University of Texas at Tyler/Texas Eastern University since Her undergraduate major was history, graduating from East Texas State University in with an honors thesis on Smith County, Texas, in the Civil War.

Texas declared its secession from the Union on February 1,and joined the Confederate States on March 2,after it replaced its governor, Sam Houston, when he refused to take an oath of allegiance to the with those of other States, the Declaration was not recognized by the United States government at Washington.

Some Texan military units fought in the Civil War east Capital: Austin. Community, Commitment, and African American Education The Jackson School of Smith County, Texas, (Source: Questia Online Library) ($) Texas Freedmen's Bureau Field Office Records, includes Tyler, Texas (Source: FamilySearch).

This book gives an overview of the history of Tyler, Texas and Smith County through a series of essays written by community members on various social and historical topics. A List of Illustrations is on page viii and the Table of Contents is on page ix; the index starts on page Author: Robert W.

Glover. Being born in Texas in with relatives that served in Mann's Texas Cavalry and the 4th Texas Cavalry, and educated in Texas, this was a real eye opener.

I've read perhaps 30 books on the Civil War alone and visited Gettysburg, Petersburg, Chickamauga and more.5/5(1).Two companies of Smith County soldiers fought in the Battle of New Orleans under the command of future president Andrew Jackson. Four companies of soldiers were raised in Smith County for service during the Mexican War.

During the Civil War, twelve companies or an estimated Smith Countians served in the Confederate Army.The letters of Elbridge Gerry Littlejohn, Co. G, 10th Texas Cavalry, to his wife Sallie Jefferies Littlejohn, in Smith County, Texas, during the Civil : Vicki Betts.