2 edition of history of Robertson County, Texas found in the catalog.
history of Robertson County, Texas
John Walter Baker
|Statement||by J. W. Baker.|
|LC Classifications||F392.R63 B3|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 571 p.|
|Number of Pages||571|
|LC Control Number||75134025|
Robertson County History Centennial Marker (on US miles E of Franklin) ROBERTSON COUNTY Formed from Milam County, created Deceme , organized March, Named in honor of Sterling Clack Robertson, , early Texas empresario, signer of the declaration of independence. County History Books. History of Robertson County, Texas. by J. W. Baker. The Robertson County Historical Survey Committee, This is the March, Second Edition. Nice, clean copy. Dust jacket has minor edge wear. Nice history of all aspects of Robertson County, Texas. Hardbound, pages with detailed index, and numerous photos.
Robertson County Historical Society, Springfield, Tennessee. 2, likes talking about this were here. The county historical society and museum, preserving and perpetuating history for /5(3). Robertson County is named for Sterling C. Robertson, who received a colonization grant from Mexico. On Decem , the First Texas Congress passed a measure establishing Robertson County from portions of Milam, Bexar, and Nacogdoches counties and naming it in honor of Sterling Robertson.
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It begins with the earliest tribal inhabitants of the Texas area, continues briefly through it time as a Spanish province, Indian Wars, colonization, Introduces Sterling Clack Robertson "a driving force" in establishing the Robertson Settlement, life of the earliest Texas book 5/5(3).
A History of Robertson County, Texas on *FREE* shipping on qualifying cturer: Robertson County Historical Survey Committee. A History of Robertson County, Texas, 4th Edition on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Robertson County geography --Historical background --Settlement in Nashville Colony --Sterling Clack of Robertson --Life among the early settlers --The period of Texas revolution --The Republic and Indian troubles --The changing face of Robertson County --Robertson County created --Old Franklin the county seat --Wheelock the county seat.
For a fee of plus postage and handling, we will ship a bound copy of the Snider Family History of Robertson County book, by Leonard Paul and Daniel James Kubiak. The book covers the decendents of Jacob and Thomas Snider who came to the Bremond/Wootan Wells area in the late 's.
Title: A History of Robertson County, Texas Author Name: Baker Categories: Texas County History, Edition: Fifth Edition Publisher: Sheridan Books: Binding: Hardcover Book Condition: New with no dust jacket Size: 6x9 lbs: lbs Seller ID: chtxr Keywords: Robertson County Texas.
According to John Walter Baker on p. of his book History of Robertson County: "The German families in Calvert Texas book 'The Garten Rhien,' a ten-acre park complete with tennis court, pavilion, horseshoe throwing courts, card tables, and a beer barrel platform on the lawn.
They met every Sunday to eat, drink, and hear the music of their fine band. On Decemthe First Texas Congress passed a measure establishing Robertson County from portions of Milam, Bexar, and Nacogdoches counties and naming it in honor of Sterling Robertson. A new group, Friends of Robertson County, is being formed to promote the history of Bremond, Calvert, Franklin, Hearne, New Baden, and Wheelock.
The plan is to meet once a quarter, with the meetings rotating between each of those communities. For more information, call Check out the FACEBOOK page for this group.
Robertson County, Texas. Robertson County. Robertson County, located in east central Texas, is surrounded by Limestone County to the north, Leon County to the northeast, Brazos County to the southeast, Burleson County to the south, Milam County to the southwest, and Falls County to the northwest.
Franklin, the county seat, is about miles northeast of Austin. Title: Historical Recollections of Robertson County Texas Author Name: Richard Denny Parker Categories: Texas County History, Texas History, Texana, NewEdition: 1st-limited to Publisher: Salado, Texas, Anson Jones Press: Binding: Grey Cloth Book Condition: Used-Very Good-No marks Size: 6 1/2 x 9 lbs: lbs Seller ID: chtxr Keywords: Robertson County, Texas.
"No. Robertson County (Franklin)" "The Texas Historical Records Survey is a unit of the Texas State-wide Records Project which is sponsored by the Bureau of Research in the Social Sciences of The University of Texas, and operates under the Research and Records Section of the Division of Community Service Programs of the Work Projects Administration."--Preface.
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"Ghost Towns Of Robertson County" is a collection of interesting facts concerning the earliest settlements in Robertson County. Although all traces of these early towns no longer exist, their memory is honored and preserved with Texas Historical Markers.
Baker, History of Robertson County, Texas (Franklin, Texas: Robertson County Historical Survey Committee, ). Malcolm D. McLean, comp. and ed., Papers Concerning Robertson's Colony in Texas (19 vols., Arlington: University of Texas at Arlington Press, –93).
Texas House of Representatives, Biographical Directory of the Texan Conventions and Congresses, – (Austin: Book. EARLY HISTORY. Robertson County is named for Sterling C. Robertson, who received a colonization grant from Mexico.
On Decemthe First Texas Congress passed a measure establishing Robertson County from portions of Milam, Bexar, and Nacogdoches counties and naming it in honor of Sterling Robertson.
The county was created in and organized the following year. It is named for Sterling C. Robertson, an early settler who signed the Texas Declaration of Independence.
Robertson County is located in east-central Texas and is part of the College Station - Bryan, Named for: Sterling C.
Robertson. Creation Information. Bennett, Hugh H. & Shaw, Charles F. January 8, Context. This book is part of the collection entitled: Texas Soil Surveys and was provided by UNT Libraries Government Documents Department to The Portal to Texas History, a digital repository hosted by Cited by: 1.
During the s, Robertson County grew rapidly. The Hearnes, gentlemen planters of the Old South, moved in to the region, where they acqui. History: Tawakoni, Waco, Comanche, and other tribes.
Anglo-Americans arrived in the s. Antebellum slaveholding area. County created inorganized insubdivided into many others later; named for pioneer Sterling Clack Robertson. Decemthe First Texas Congress passed a measure establishing Robertson County from portions of Milam, Bexar, and Nacogdoches counties and naming it in honor of Sterling Robertson.
Creation Information. Texas. Highway Department. Planning Survey Division. Context. This map is part of the collection entitled: Abilene Library Consortium and one other and was provided by Hardin-Simmons University Library to The Portal to Texas History, a digital repository hosted by the UNT Libraries.BOONE PRAIRIE, TEXAS.
Boone Prairie, also known as Hayes, is just south of Farm Road and eight miles north of Franklin in extreme northeast Robertson County. The community was settled in By it had a post office with A. A. Hayes, who owned a general store, as postmaster.