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The Rosenberg Library 
2310 Sealy Avenue
Galveston, TX 77550

 

Fisher, Samuel R.
Papers, 1836

Samuel Rhodes Fisher served in the Texas Navy.

1 item

 

Moore, Edwin W.
Papers, 1843

"To the People of Texas," an appeal of his conduct of the Texas Navy.

1 item

 

Naval Appropriations Certificates
Collection, 1837-1841

4 items

 

Ontario, USS
Records

Plan of USS Ontario.

1 item

 

Texas Homeport Proposal Project Director
Records, 1966-1985

These records concern Galveston's unsuccessful bid for a Surface Action Group comprised of the battleship Wisconsin and five escort vessels to be stationed at Fort Point on Galveston Island.

1.5 feet

 

Texas Navy
Records

Rules and regulations of the Texas Navy, Articles 61-78.

1 item

 

Texas Navy
Records

Signals and pennants of the Texas Navy.

1 item

 

Texas Navy
Papers, 1836-1857

265 items

 

Texas Navy
Collection, 1856-1980

These images were separated from the Texas Navy records. They include portraits of people, events, and ceremonies (including USS Texas silver service) and illustrations of Republic of Texas Navy vessels. Also included is an album with several views of USS Texas and USS Washington.

400 items

 

Texas Navy, Inc.
Records, 1955-1987

The Texas Navy is a non-profit patriotic organization. These records include research material on Republic of Texas Navy vessels. They also include a logbook kept by Ambrose Hamm, who served as an apprentice on board USS Minnesota, Constellation, Essex, Vermont, Maine, and Marblehead, 1894-1898, with his account of Maine's destruction.

13 feet

 

Tod, John G.
Papers, 1808-1877

Papers of Commodore John Grant Tod, Texas Navy.

4 feet

 

Williams, Samuel M.
Papers, 1819-1965

Material relating to the Texas Navy.

42 items


8 June 2002