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Amslers of Austin"s colony

Amanda Howze Amsler

Amslers of Austin"s colony

by Amanda Howze Amsler

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Published by Amsler in [Houston, Tex.] .
Written in English

    Places:
  • United States
    • Subjects:
    • Amsler family.,
    • United States -- Genealogy.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementcompiled by Amanda (Howze) Amsler.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsCS71.A538 1976
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxv, 292 p., [1] leaf of plates :
      Number of Pages292
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4915827M
      LC Control Number76150662

      Austin Colony Pioneers. Including History of Bastrop, Fayette, Grimes, Montgomery and Washington Counties, Texas Worth S. Ray. out of 5 stars 5. Paperback. $ Only 6 left in stock (more on the way). Next. Customers who bought this item also bought. Page 1 of 1 Start over Page 1 of s: 9. The colonists settled under the terms of Stephen F. Austin's first contract with the Mexican government became known as "The Old Three Hundred", because the contract was for the introduction of three hundred families. Austin returned to his colony in August , accompanied from San Antonio by.

      The Descendants of Austin's Old held its first meeting on J at the Stephen F. Austin State Park in San Felipe, underneath the oak tree where the bench now sits. Their main objective was, and still is, to inspire current and succeeding generations to preserve memories of the spirit, courage, and character of the men and women who. Written by the People of Austin. The stories included in this book are a sampling of the stories submitted to the University of Texas Humanities Institute between April and August In response to the Humanities Institute’s call for short family histories, personal experiences, and citizen’s visions of life in and around Austin.

        The Texas equivalent of the Mayflower adventures, the three hundred families who settled Stephen F. Austin's original colony formed a foundation on which a republic and then state were built. In this revised and expanded edition of the book, many stories of those early Texians are told by their s: 8.   Texas State Library and Archives. Brazos St. Austin, TX Mail: P.O. Box Austin, TX Tel: Fax: Email TSLAC.


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Amslers of Austin"s colony by Amanda Howze Amsler Download PDF EPUB FB2

Recently we noticed near the back of the book that starting on page appears to be complete writing of “The Torch’s Final Flare” from the book “Amslers of Austin’s Colony,” Pages through were written as “recollections by John C. Amsler," this writing is rich with information as referenced within the book, “Amslers of.

Get this from a library. Amslers of Austin's colony. [Amanda Howze Amsler] -- Barbara Schaffer Amsler was born 8 June in Schinznach, Canton Aargau, Switzerland and died in Austin. Barbara Schaffer Amsler was born 8 June in Schinznach, Canton Aargau, Switzerland and died in Austin County, Texas 17 June From inside the book What people are saying - Write a reviewReviews: 1.

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Presumably, this book, which is in the handwritting of John Borden, was prepared about the same time that a connected map of Austin’s Colony was made to establish the correct location of all the Austin Colony surveys.

Comments in J.F. Perry’s report to Congress in Amslers of Austins colony book refer to this book. A card mailed in is shown on amslers web site I believe that from within extracts of the book on Sophia Flato Amsler page, that Sophia Flato Amsler on page 59 of Amslers of Austin's Colony is the same person as the photo on the picture postcard (Mother of Papa (W.

Amsler). Sophia Flato Amsler's husband, as the book relates, was L. that Arredondo referred Moses Austin's application for a permit to introduce three hundred families into Texas; and on Januit recommended that the petition be approved.

Early Local Government in Austin's Colony (1) Powers granted to Stephen F. Austin.-In August,after the death of Moses Austin, Martinez recognized Stephen F. This oil-on-canvas painting by Henry McArdle portrays "Father of Texas" Stephen F. Austin rallying his colonists against the tribe around "The Settlement of Austin's Colony" also features Austin colony commissioner Baron de Bastrop (left), Secretary of the Colony Samuel L.

Williams (right), chief scout Ran Foster (bottom right. Austin’s Colony is The Cradle of Texas Compiled by Carl M Wiggins, 21 Feb He offered to board Austin, teach him law, and lend him money for books and clothing until he could establish himself in practice.

Austin had accepted the offer before he became involved in his father’s Texas colonization project in July, Stephen F. Austin faced many problems and struggles because:1st: His plan for a colony was thrown in turmoil by the independence of Mexico from Spain2nd: He was getting poor, and he had to borrow.

The "Old Three Hundred" were the grantees, made up of families and some partnerships of unmarried men, who purchased parcels of land from Stephen Fuller Austin and established a colony that encompassed an area that ran from the Gulf of Mexico on the south, to near present-day Jones Creek in Brazoria County, Brenham in Washington County, Navasota in Grimes County, and La.

That part of Texas settled in the early s known as the Austin Colony was comprised largely of the five present-day counties of Bastrop, Fayette, Grimes, Montgomery, and Washington. This book consists mainly of biographical and genealogical sketches of the pioneers and early settlers of those counties.

Establishing Austin's Colony: The First Book Printed in Texas, With the Laws, Orders and Contracts of Colonization [Austin, Stephen F., Gracy, David B., II] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Establishing Austin's Colony: The First Book Printed in Texas, With the Laws, Orders and Contracts of ColonizationAuthor: Stephen F.

Austin, II Gracy, David B. The Texas equivalent of the "Mayflower" adventures, the three hundred families who settled Stephen F. Austin's original colony formed the foundation on which a republic and then a state was built.

In this revised and expanded edition of the book first published inmany stories of those early Texians are told by their s: 8. The scope of the home page is to display family history from 9th generation which included some living in the 's. The purpose of the new page is to continue from the 12th generation from where the book, “Amslers of the Austin Colony ” leaves off in the early 70's up to present time.

[note: Amslers of Austin's Colony was scanned and converted to on pdf file. In the process of character recognition omissions and misintrepration of characters are recognized. Some of these instances are corrected in this transcript. When copying from this pdf file.

“Meet the Austins” by Madeleine L’Engle is the first novel in the “Austin Family” series that was released in An honorary uncle of the Austin family dies in a plane crash and shakes up things. The co-pilot on the plane died too, and the Austins take in his ten year old daughter. Stephen F. Austin and James Franklin Perry, Connected Map of Austin’s Colony,Map #, Map Collection, Archives and Records Program, Texas General Land Office, Austin, TX.

A card mailed in is shown on amslers web site.I believe that from extracts of the book on Sophia Flato Amsler page, that Sophia Flato Amsler on page 59 of Amslers of Austin's Colony is the same person as the photo on the picture postcard (Mother of Papa (W.

Amsler). Sophia Flato Amsler's husband, as the book relates, was L. Amsler. See Also: Austin's Colony - Brazoria County Museum Austin's Colony was the first legal settlement of North American families in Mexican-owned Texas. Led by the Empressario, Stephen F. Austin, an initial grant for three hundred families--the "Old "--in opened up Texas to a flood of American immigrants, as many as 30, by the time of the Texas Revolution in.

"AUSTIN'S OLD THREE HUNDRED contains the most comprehensive list published to date the Old Three Hundred colonists, and features reference sources, portraits, illustrations, glossary terms, and anecdotal information not included in the original book.

Interesting sidebars are interspersed throughout. Austin colony pioneers including history of Bastrop, Fayette, Grimes, Montgomery, and Washington Counties, Texas This edition published in by Pemberton Press in Austin. The younger Austin selected the lower reaches of Colorado River and Brazos River as the site for the colony, and the first colonists began arriving in December Over the .