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Davis, E. J. (Edmund Jackson) 1827-1883

Overview
Works: 56 works in 68 publications in 3 languages and 267 library holdings
Genres: History  Sources  Archives 
Roles: Author
Classifications: F386.5, 328
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Most widely held works by E. J Davis
Speech of ex-Gov. E.J. Davis, to the citizens of Travis county, Oct. 4, 1880 by E. J Davis( Book )

2 editions published in 1880 in English and held by 8 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Message of Gov. Edmund J. Davis of the state of Texas by Texas( Book )

2 editions published in 1871 in English and held by 8 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Governor's message to the Thirteenth Legislature of the State of Texas, January 14, 1873 by Texas( Book )

1 edition published in 1873 in English and held by 6 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Inaugural address of Gov. Edmund J. Davis to Twelfth Legislature, April 28, 1870 by Texas( Book )

4 editions published in 1870 in English and held by 6 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Report of the Superintendent of the Bureau of Immigration of the State of Texas( )

in English and held by 3 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Correspondence between Gov. Davis and Geo. W. Paschal, sr., in relation to the Texas indemnity bond suits, together with report of committee by E. J Davis( Book )

1 edition published in 1870 in English and held by 3 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

La doctrina liberal : La doctrina liberal by E. J Davis( Book )

1 edition published in 1961 in Undetermined and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Botschaft des Gouverneurs Edmund J. Davis des Staates Texas by Texas( Book )

1 edition published in 1871 in German and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Governor Elisha Marshall Pease records of his third term by Texas( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

The governor of Texas is the chief executive officer of the state elected by citizens every four years. Elisha Marshall Pease served his third term as governor of Texas from August 8, 1867 to September 30, 1869. Records of Governor Pease's third term in office relate predominately to the progress of Reconstruction in post-Civil War Texas. Types of records are correspondence, including letters, petitions, telegrams, reports, lists, circulars, and letterpress books dating from September 1865 to September 1869, and undated, bulk 1867-1869. A large portion of the correspondence consists of letters, telegrams, and reports sent to military officials in Texas, particularly Generals Charles Griffin, J.J. Reynolds, and Edward Canby, which were then forwarded to the governor's office. Other frequent correspondents include acting Comptroller George C. Rives, Comptroller M.C. Hamilton, Brigadier General James Oakes, State Treasurer John T. Allan, and President of the Constitutional Convention Edmund J. Davis. The majority of records are related to civil officers, including applications, petitions, and lists of men for appointment to or removal from office, letters from officers regarding taking oaths of office and paying official bonds, complaints about salary owed, petitions for pardon or amnesty, and removal of political limitations imposed on former Confederate supporters. Another common topic is violence in the state, with numerous reports of assaults, murders, Native American depredations, and activities of anti-Union groups such as the Ku Klux Klan. Records also include letters relating to the treatment and rights of freedmen, the Constitutional Convention of 1868-1869, the State Penitentiary, railroads, trials and the holding of special terms of court, registration for elections, state and local taxes, outbreaks of yellow fever, and the building of a lighthouse on Matagorda Island. The majority of the loose records consists of incoming letters, with approximately 20 letters sent by Pease. Copies of outgoing letters by Governor Pease are found in two letterpress books, many of which refer directly to incoming correspondence found elsewhere in the records. Certain types of correspondence that appear consistently and frequently throughout the records have been omitted from the folder level description, including records related to appointments and removals of civil officials and the taking of oaths of office, general letters of introduction, and correspondence that acknowledges or inquires about the receipt of other correspondence. Some of the descriptions of individual items were taken directly from notes made on the back of the records, likely by a secretary around the same time that the letters were received. In the past, items relating to the State Penitentiary in Huntsville were removed from the records of governors, secretaries of state, treasurers and comptrollers to create an artificial collection of records relating to the penitentiary. Items related to railroads and Native American affairs may have also been removed from the records. In addition, the original order of the records may have been disrupted when they were sorted by date. As a result, letters or petitions that were enclosures of other letters may have been separated from their original context
Mensage de Edmund J. Davis a la legislatura de Tejas, enero 10, 1871 by E. J Davis( Book )

1 edition published in 1871 in Spanish and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Newcomb, James Pearson, Sr., papers by James P Newcomb( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Papers concern the career of James Pearson Newcomb, a newspaper publisher and journalist who, as a Union supporter, was forced to flee to California by way of Mexico during the Civil War but returned to Texas after the war, served in the Reconstruction government, founded and wrote for newspapers in the San Antonio area, and was a leader in state Republican politics
Constitutional conventions records by Texas( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Constitutional Conventions held in Texas were formed to develop state constitutions. Records are the Texas Constitutional Conventions of 1845, 1860, 1866, 1868-1869 and 1875 and include accounts, bids, a constitution, contracts, correspondence, declarations, a directory, drafts, journals, lists, memorials, messages, an oath, ordinances, petitions, proceedings, proclamations, protests, reports, resolutions, ledgers and vouchers, dated 1845, 1860-1861, 1866-1871, 1875 and undated. The records of the Annexation Convention include correspondence, presidential messages and proclamations, resolutions, petitions, lists of delegates and committees, committee reports, ordinances, protests, journals of proceedings, drafts of constitutional amendments and accounts, all dating 1845. Topics include conditions preliminary to peace with Mexico, annexation, the framing of a state constitution, the death of Kenneth L. Anderson (the last vice president of the Republic of Texas), courts, marriage, bill of rights, the formation of four new states from Texas, congressional appointment, education, women's rights, land ownership and colonization contracts. Prominent personalities appearing in these records include Anson Jones, Thomas J. Rusk, John Tyler, Hardin Runnels, Sam Houston, Thomas W. Ward, Andrew Jackson Donelson, Abner S. Lipscomb, Jose Antonio Navarro, George Fisher (Ribar), Isaac Van Zandt, John Hemphill, James S. Mayfield, Joseph Hogg, William Cazneau and others. Secession Convention, dating 1860-1861 and undated, records include many ordinances and working papers. However, most of the material relates to military and diplomatic activities. These records are ordinances, journals, petitions, recommendations and requests for military appointments, committee reports and reports of military forces in the field, muster rolls and lists of delegates and ordinances and communications from other Southern states. Events referenced in the record are the surrender of General David E. Twiggs; the capture of the schooner Henry Dodge; the abandonment of Fort Clark; the surrender of Camp Cooper; the Montgomery (Alabama) Convention; the return of the revolutionary cannon the Twin Sisters; the design of the Confederate flag and history of the Lone Star banner; and the secession of Alabama and Louisiana. Prominent persons associated with the records are Sam Houston, Oran Milo Roberts, J.C. Robertson, Joel D. Sayers, John Salmon "Rip" Ford, Edward Clark, Benjamin and Henry Eustace McCulloch, David Emanuel Twiggs, Joseph L. Hogg, Samuel A. Maverick, Pryor Lea, William Polk "Gotch" Hardeman, George M. Flournoy, John A. Wharton, John Ireland, Isham Chisum, Santos Benavides, John Henry Brown, Horace Randall, Howell Cobb, William Beck Ochiltree, William R. "Dirty Shirt" Scurry, Thomas N. Waul, Sackfield Maclin, John H. Reagan, Tandy Walker, W.P. Rogers and others. The records of the Convention of 1866 consist of constitutional amendments, ordinances, committee reports, resolutions, and appropriations, dating 1866. Record forms are both printed and handwritten with the latter predominating. Subjects include: Congressional districting, Native American depredations, abolition of slavery, African-American franchise, judiciary reform, war debts, county loans to business and industry, elections, back pay for Texas State Troops, the validity of secession and acts of the legislature from 1861-1865 and an appropriation for the relief of Margaret Moffette Lea Houston, widow of Sam Houston. Prominent individuals associated with the records are James Webb Throckmorton, Albert Hamilton Latimer, Hinche Parham Mabry, John Hancock, John Ireland, Hardin R. Runnels, James Wilson Henderson, Daniel Murchison, Isaiah Addison Paschal and Edmund J. Davis. The records of the Convention of 1868-1869 contain declarations, resolutions, constitutional amendments, petitions, committee reports (majority and minority), State Treasurer's reports, oaths, executive messages, correspondence and a schedule of mileage, dating 1867-1871 and undated. Subjects include the judiciary, railroads, ferries and bridges, creation of new counties and relocation of county boundaries or seats, bankruptcy and imprisonment for debt, internal improvements, incorporations and charters, loyalty (ironclad) oaths, lawlessness and crime, franchise, lease of the penitentiary, homesteading, the division of Texas, education, bounties for Union soldiers, mineral rights and constitutional revision. Finally, a small number of the records of the Convention of 1875 are present, documenting most of the activities of that body during that year. Types of materials represented are ordinances, resolutions, articles, correspondence, committee reports and working papers, bids for printing, vouchers for postage, a contract and a petition. Subjects associated with the records are public schools, railroads, impeachment, homesteading, public lands and the General Land Office, the judiciary, suffrage, taxation and revenue, corporations and public printing of Convention proceedings. Persons associated with the records are Edward Bradford Pickett, John Henry Brown, John H. Reagan, John Salmon "Rip" Ford, E.S.C. Robertson, Joel W. Robertson, G.A. Sessions, Lawrence Sullivan Ross, John Wilkins Whitfield, William Pitt Ballinger and others
Proceedings of the first encampment of the Department of Texas, Grand Army of the Republic by Grand Army of the Republic( Book )

1 edition published in 1872 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Memorial [from delegates to the Constitutional Convention of the State of Texas] by E. J Davis( Book )

1 edition published in 1869 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Correspondence by E. J Davis( Book )

1 edition published in 1875 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Honorable W.T. Clark : certificate of the election of hon. W.T. Clark, as a member of the Forty-second Congress from the first district in Texas by E. J Davis( Book )

1 edition published in 1871 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

 
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Alternative Names
Davis, E. J. 1827-1883

Davis, Edmund Jackson 1827-1883

Davis, Edward J. active 1871

Davis, Edwin J. 1827-1883

Edmund J. Davis Amerikaans officier (1827-1883)

Edmund J. Davis US-amerikanischer Offizier der amerikanischen Unionsarmee und 15. Gouverneur von Texas

Edmundus Jackson Davis

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