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Thu Oct 16 17:53:18 2014 UTClccn-n861111700.00Sam Houston's last fight /0.491.00Mexican Texas period papers,21166727Benjamin_McCullochn 861111701837074McCulloch, Benjamin 1811-1862McCullough, Ben 1811-1862M'Cullough, Ben 1811-1862nc-united states$armyUnited StatesArmylccn-n82216163Cutrer, Thomas W.lccn-nr95019048Reid, Samuel C.(Samuel Chester)1818-1897lccn-n50021014McCulloch's Texas Rangerslccn-n50015874Texas Rangerslccn-no00034267Rose, Victor M.-1893lccn-n87843977Price, Sterling1809-1867np-jacob, johnJacob, Johnnp-ross, johnRoss, Johnlccn-no2007049443Cherokee NationMcCulloch, Ben1811-1862HistoryArchivesMapsMcCulloch, Ben,TexasSoldiersUnited States.--ArmyMcCulloch's Texas RangersMilitary campaignsMexican War (1846-1848)United StatesRegimental historiesTexas RangersAmerican Civil War (1861-1865)United States--Confederate States of AmericaMissouriMarches (Piano)Cherokee Nation, OklahomaCherokee IndiansCherokee Indians--Government relationsCherokee Nation, OklahomaMonterrey, Battle of (Mexico : 1846)Mexico--MonterreyReid, Samuel C.--(Samuel Chester),Pea Ridge, Battle of (Arkansas : 1862)Price, Sterling,MexicoArkansasBuena Vista, Battle of (Mexico : 1847)Sigel, Franz,Houston, Sam,Lee, Robert E.--(Robert Edward),Curtis, Samuel Ryan,Van Dorn, Earl,Lyon, Nathaniel,Military campsPolitical scienceLincoln, Abraham,KansasMargil de Jesús, Antonio,Real propertyFilibustersLexington, Battle of (Missouri : 1861)Revolution (Texas : 1835-1836)Iturbide, Agustín de,Missouri compromiseBenton, Thomas Hart,Walker, Samuel Hamilton,Missouri--LexingtonSlaveryLouisiana PurchaseBlair, Frank P.,--Jr.--(Francis Preston),Missouri--Springfield18111862184718481859186018611862187118851888191419351947195719581965197019721978198619881991199319992000200520082011186261114E487302ocn022297275book18610.95McCulloch, BenProclamations Springfield battleHistory291ocn022503761book18610.96Ross, JohnCorrespondenceHistory11ocn047109709bookHouston, SamPersonal papers of Sam HoustonHistoryArchivesCorrespondence, reports, financial documents and one legal notice compose the Personal papers of Sam Houston. Of three letters sent by him, two are autograph copies and only one is signed. Correspondents include Joseph L. Bennet, Eber Worthington Cave, John Forbes, James Hawkins, M.T. Johnson, Philip Martin, Benjamin McCulloch, James Hazard Perry, Robert Potter, Thomas J. Rusk, William Read Scurry, Ashbel Smith and William Stanhope. Many letters and other memoranda record first person accounts of the Battle of San Jacinto. An August 28, 1857 newspaper clipping from the Galveston News records a contrary account of the battle by Capt. Jesse Billingsley. One report is a handwritten transcription of a speech made by a Comanche Chief in 1846. Typed transcripts of letters are separated from the originals and arranged alphabetically by correspondent. Transcripts of reports are also arranged in a separate sub-series11ocn054042215map0.10Pearce, N. BartThe Battle of Oak Hill in Missouri : fought Aug. 10th, 1861 between Gen. Lyon. U.S. Forces and Gen. Ben. McCulloch C.S.Maps11ocn083927378book1861Texas Republican--extra. : Texas Republican, R.W. Loughery, editor. Marshall: Wednesday--September 4, 1961. Official report of Col. E. Greer. Regimental head quarters, S.K. Texas Regiment, C.S.A. August 12th, 1861History8073ocn026974122book19930.30Cutrer, Thomas WBen McCulloch and the frontier military traditionHistoryMilitary historyBiographyA protege of David Crockett and Sam Houston, Ben McCulloch (1811-62) led an extraordinary life as a frontiersman, entrepreneur, and soldier. This first modern biography tells his colorful life story and through his career illuminates mid-nineteenth-century American military culture. In particular, Thomas Cutrer focuses on the tension between traditional volunteer citizen-soldiers and the emerging professional military establishment+-+312573253569544ocn012086139book18470.63Reid, Samuel CThe scouting expeditions of McCulloch's Texas Rangers ; or, The summer and fall campaign of the Army of the United States in Mexico--1846 including skirmishes with the Mexicans and ... the storming of Monterey ; also, the daring scouts at Buena Vista ; together with anecdotes, incidents, descriptions of country, and sketches of the lives of ... Hays, McCulloch, and WalkerPersonal narratives2045ocn001885353book18880.53Rose, Victor MThe life and services of Gen. Ben McCullochHistoryPersonal narratives302ocn023152366score18610.96Jacob, JohnGenl. Ben McCulloch's grand marchHistoryMusic82ocn437976840book18620.77Song. Ben M'Cullough. Air--"Something new comes every day."HistoryMusic31ocn057748659visu18620.47Battle of Pea Ridge, Arkansas, March 8th 1862HistoryPortraitsPictorial works21ocn310377007book1965Castel, AlfredSam Houston's last fightAt sixty-six his bones ached from the wounds of two wars, but as Southern pressure for seccession mounted, "Old Sam Jacinto" battled to keep his beloved Texas in the Union21ocn864433437file20110.10Turtledove, HarryLee at the AlamoFictionIn the history we know, General Robert E. Lee felt compelled to fight on the Confederate side, because honor (as he saw it) forbade him to take up arms against Virginia, his native state. But what if the demands of honor had led him in the other direction altogether? Harry Turtledove, author of perhaps the most famous alternate-history novel about Robert E. Lee (The Guns of the South, 1992), here returns with a look at what the great military leader might have done under only slightly different circumstances... At the publisher's request, this title is being sold without Digital Rights Management software (DRM) applied21ocn052779612book18620.47Brady, JohnBen M'CulloughHistoryPoetry21ocn317481997book2008Carr, LucienMissouri : a bone of contention (1888)History+-+383086289621ocn032350812mix1.00Mexican Texas period papersCorrespondence, sermons, land grants, and other documents, relating to property in Nacogdoches, Tex., politics and government, and the Catholic Church. Persons represented include Agustín de Iturbide, Antonio Margil de Jesús, Ben McCulloch, and José Antonio Navarro11ocn310383094visuMcCulloch familySubjects: (1) Capt. Ben McCulloch, nephew of Gen. Ben McCulloch, Jan. 16, 1915, oval, 4 11/16 x 3 7/16 in. bust portrait of man with white beard and mustache, wearing spectacles, in dark coat and bow-tie; (2) Mrs. Addie Isabelle McCulloch Hicks (Addie Belle), sepia photoprint 5 1/2 x 3 7/8 in., on cabinet card, 6 7/16 x 4 1/4 in., by Holland's Studio, Brenham, Texas: portrait of woman with hair pulled back from sides of face, wearing dark collar; (3) Hugh McCulloch family, Seguin, Texas, sepia photoprint 3 13/16 x 5 1/2 in., on card 4 1/4 x 6 7/16 in.: group portrait of 15 women and girls, and one man11ocn730051450art19990.10Whitley, Edythe Johns RuckerGrant no. 2012 Francis Floyd: land grants issued by North CarolinaGenealogy11ocn025087020mix1.00Burkett, Nathan BoonePapersHistoryConsists of Burkett's memoirs, which he dictated to his son-in- law. Later, grandson J.W. Arnold prepared a typescript taking some liberties in the process. The original is in delicate condition11ocn018694807book18620.47General Benjamin McCullochHistoryBiography11ocn310364054book1848General Taylor and his staff : comprising memoirs of Generals Taylor, Worth, Wool, and Butler ...HistoryBiography11ocn741618166mix1.00Burleson, Edward, JrBurleson, Edward, Jr., PapersHistoryArchivesCorrespondence, military orders, muster rolls, circulars, broadsides, newspaper clippings, financial papers, legal documents, field notes, and deeds comprise the papers of Edward Burleson, Jr. (1826-1877). The papers relate to Burleson's career as a soldier and politician11ocn055033629map1862Map showing the disposition of troops of the 1st & 2d Divisions on the 7th of March between 3 & 4 p.m. and of one part of them in the night of 7th, to 8th, commanded by Gen. SigelHistoryMaps11ocn073839802art1988Sifakis, StewartMcCulloch, Ben (1811-1862)11ocn310555615mixBiography -- McCulloch family+-+3125732535Thu Oct 16 15:10:18 EDT 2014batch16529