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Volumes I-XX

Volumes XXI - XXIV


#1 #3 & #4
"Refugio County History" “The History and Heritage of Victoria Co.”
"Genealogy Related Local Publications"“Using Online Library Catalogs in Your Research”
"Heritage-Based Museums on the
"Texas Independence Trail"
"Passenger Lists, Clayton Library, Houston, TX"
“Don’t Overlook County Histories”"Mission Espiritu Santo Cattle Ranch"
"Courthouse Records, Victoria County"
#2 "Internet Aids in Genealogy “Pilgrimage”
"Historical Markers, Monuments & Sites
in Victoria Co."
"Excerpts from The Victoria Advocate"
"Texas Slavery Project"
"Jackson County History"
“Investigating Marriage Announcements”


#1 #3
"World War II Memorial" “Relatively Speaking” Family History Month
"Memorial Day & Military Records""Victoria School Records"
"Recent Acquisitions by Victoria Public Library"WW II – County Selective Service"
"Research Tips" "County Brands 1838-1896"
“Adding Interest to Your Family History”"1944 Red Cross Donation List"
"Indianola German Immigrants (Treated in Victoria by Dr. Felix B. Webb)"
"Jackson County Marriages"
#2 “Serial Numbers and Names of Victoria Co.–Registrants Part II, Oct. 24, 1940”
"Victoria Co. Historian""Lavaca Co. Records of Wills, Bonds and Oaths 1870-1883"
"Victoria Co. Civil War Muster Rolls" <"/td>"To Buy or Not to Buy"
"Tips for Research on the Web" "Dewitt County Records"
"Tips from Patsy Hand" "Jackson County Mystery Examined"
"Submitted Ancestor Charts""Victoria Co. Tax Rolls of 1868 & 1869"
"List of Letters Remaining in the Post Office – Dec., 1847"
"Victoria Regional History Center"
"Lavaca County Marriage Records"


#1 #3
“Tribute to Dorothy Doss Meyer” 1896 Deposition Tells of Voyage from Ireland
“Nicholas Fagan, Texas Patriot” “Victoria’s Response to the Great Galveston Hurricane”
“Looking for Laura Luder” “San Antonio River Crossings in Goliad Co.”
“With the Sick – The Victoria Advocate, October 23, 1940” “First Alsatians Immigrate and Land in Lavaca in 1844”
“Good and Lawful Men, Lavaca Co.’s First Grand Jury” Becerra and Mission Refugio
“Dewitt County 1866 Cattle Drive” Tobe Wood Adler, Victoria Advocate
“Victoria Co. Texas Rolls of 1868 & 1869” A School Report 4 February 1899
“Goliad Tornado of 1902”
Tom Sayles of Jackson County”
“Victoria Advocate Indexes”
#2 #4
“The Hunley; The Confederate Secret Weapon” Records of the Civil War
“Archeological Investigations at Mission Refugio” Julia Michulka Murder
“Cowboys in Dewitt County, Yesterday and Today” Ku Klux Klan Meeting, Dewitt Co. 1923
“Victoria County World War II Registration – October 25, 1940” Victoria County WWII Registrations
“Dewitt County, Texas Will Record Volume A: 1846-1896” Gilmore Thamm, First Lottery Pick in County for WWII
“Last Will and Testament of Michael Demouet” Committee for Last Stand Confederate Monument
“Tornado Victims of the Goliad Tornado of 1902” Calhoun County Time Line
The Alma Male and Female Institute
The Rise of the Cattle Industry in Refugio County


#1 #3
Colonel Gullet’s Travel Adventure The Swift Family
Fimble Collection Eastern Star Holds Silver Tea (Victoria Co.)
Texas Wendish Heritage Society and Museum Lists Wedding Chimes – Pickering-Wood
First WWI Draft list in Dewitt County Dutch and Spanish Ancestry with Jewish Roots
Lavaca County Delayed Births Victoria County Tax Rolls of 1846
Royston Nave Dies and Mrs. Royston Nave Dies Lavaca County Delayed Birth Records
Nave Museum The Barry A. Couch Collection
McCan House Malt Liquor Licenses – 1940
Listing for Pumphrey Cemetery, El Toro, TX
#2 #4
Market House Museum Estate of Laura Martha Brackenridge
Castroville Colony Blanconia
Tax Assessor Rolls for Victoria County 1848 Get the Lead out of Lavaca
Grand Jurors for Spring Term, 1920 The Orphan Train
Victoria County School Census Records 1869 Victoria County Tax Rolls
Lavaca County Delayed Birth Records Committees for Catholic Bazaar
German Prisoner of War Camp

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