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Title [Julia Wrenn Hardy Papers: Diary]
Date 1835
Document Type Personal Account
Reference 2D270, Folder 2
Library / Archive Briscoe Center for American History, University of Texas at Austin
Collection Name Hardy (Julia Wrenn) Papers, 1814-1912
Description Accounts and brief diary extracts concerning a journey by boat and overland, taking in various places in Texas including Velasco, Brazoria, Bells Landing and San Felipe. The author comments throughout on the soil quality, agriculture and timber of the areas being passed through.
Series Description Correspondence (1871-1889), diaries (1835-1865), account papers (1837-1901), legal papers (1814-1873), scrapbook (c.1863-1870), genealogical material and imprints of Julia Elizabeth Nunn Hardy relate to Thomas Nunn primarily, land transactions, crop production, business affairs and family history in Texas.
Theme(s) Onward Travel; Journey Conditions
Places Texas, United States
Nationality American
Ships America
Keywords accounts, food, disease, cholera, health and sickness, death, shipping, journey conditions, agriculture, farming, livestock, timber
Additional Information Please note: Some of the metadata for this document has been taken from the Briscoe Center for American History, The University of Texas at Austin catalogue.
Language English
Copyright Briscoe Center for American History, University of Texas at Austin