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Republic of Texas Set
(Item #: 177)

Seven historical documents representing Texas history from 1835-1845. Included in the set:

Freemen of Texas 1835:
Calling Texans to arms. "Now's the day and now's the hour."

Texas Declaration of Independence 1836:
Ending political connection with Mexico and installing an Independence Republic.

Resolution March 1st, 1845, signed by John Tyler:
President of the U.S., giving the conditions by which Texas was to be admitted to the Union. Includes explanatory remarks.

1845 Letter from the Texas Republic Acting Secretary of State:
John Eldredge, giving the results of the voting on annexation.

1845 Proclamation by Anson Jones:
Explaining that the Constitution had been ratified by the people of Texas.

1845 Letter from the President of the Texas Republic:
Anson Jones, to James Polk, President of the United States, announcing that the Constitution had been ratified.

1845 Letter from President Polk to Congress:
Submitting the evidence for admission of Texas to the Union.

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