Bibliography of Smith County, Texas--C, D, E 

Based on  the original work
compiled by Sarah H. Harper and edited by Frank H. Smyrl, 1977
Updated by Vicki Betts, March 23, 2006.  

Not yet included:  Smith County Historical Society Archives, Tyler Public Library’s vertical files, articles from journals such as East Texas Family Records, Tyler Life, Tyler Magazine, Tyler Today, Records of East Texas  

*          Tyler Public Library
%         Smith County Historical Society Archives
&         Texas College Library
#          Tyler Junior College Library
+          University of Texas at Tyler Library
N         Netlibrary—online books available at University of Texas at Tyler  

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Cemeteries
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Civil War—General
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County Commissioners’ Court Records
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County Records (General)
Death Records
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Economics
Education—General
Education—Anna Judson Female School
Education—Arp School District
Education—Butler College
Education—Catholic School System

Education--Chapel Hill Independent School District

Education—Charnwood Institute
Education—Chilton Military Institute
Education—County Public Schools
Education—Eastern Texas Female College
Education—Hopewell  School
Education—Misc. Theses and Dissertations
Education—Miss Dod’s School
Education—Rosedale High School
Education—Smith’s School
Education—Summer Hill Select School
Education—Texas Baptist College
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Ethnic Groups—Lebanese

CEMETERIES
*          Ables, O. E.  "Green Cemetery."  East Texas Family Records 2 no. 1 (Spring
                        1978):  5.
           
“Alphabetical Cemeteries List.” 
           
            http://www.rootsweb.com/~txsmith/cemeteries/smcemlist.html.  Accessed
           
            9 March 2006.
*          Baker, Brenda.  "Midway Memorial Cemetery."  East Texas Family Records 1
                        no.1 (1977):  21-23.
*          Baker, Brenda and Brenda Skpringfield.  "Mason Cemetery."  East Texas Family
                        Records
2 no. 2 (Summer 1978):  12-28.
*%#+   “Barber Cemetery.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 23 no. 1 (Summer 1984): 
           
            66-68.
*          Baty, Bettye Ruth Todd.  Smith Cemetery, Smith County, Texas.  [Tyler, TX: 
           
            Baty, 2002?]
*%#+   Baty, Bettye Todd.  “Smith Cemetery.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 42
                        (2003):  14-18.
*          Berryman, Mary Love.  "Smith County--Glasscock Cemetery."  East Texas
                        Family Records
27 no. 2 (Summer 2003):  35.

           
Bott, Jeff Lewis.  “Sand Flat Cemetery.” 
                       
http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/%7Ejeffbott/INDEX.HTML. 
                       
Accessed 22 March 2006.
*%#+   Bugg, William Bradford.  “Troup City Cemetery.”  Chronicles of Smith County,

           
            Texas
21 no. 1 (Summer 1982):  1-6.
           
“Cemeteries” [Historical Markers]. 
           
            http://www.rootsweb.com/~txsmith/histmark/cemeteries.html.  Accessed 9
           
            March 2006.
           
“Cemeteries Index—Oakwood & Rose Hill, Smith County, Texas.”
           
            http://www.rootsweb.com/%7eusgenweb/tx/smith/cemeter.html. 
           
            Accessed 9 March 2006.
%         Cemeteries, Miscellaneous.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society
                        Archives.  See folder under Places.
*         
Cemeteries:  Rose Hill, Oakwood, etc.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
*          Cemetery Associations.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.

*+        Cemetery Records of Smith County, Texas.  Tyler:  East Texas Genealogical
                        Society, 1981-    .  UT-Tyler--vols. 2, 5; Tyler Public Library—vols. 1-5.
*         
Cemetery Records.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.  See names of specific
                        counties in Genealogy file.

           
“Confederate Soldiers Buried in Smith County.” 
                       
http://www.b17.com/scv/deadsmith.htm.  Accessed 9 March 2006.
*%#+   “Dale Cemetery.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas  23 no. 1 (Summer
                       
1984):  65.
*          "Friendship Cemetery."  Records of East Texas 4 no. 2 (January 1970):  641-643.
*%#+   Gilbert, Alice.  “Oakwood Cemetery, Tyler, Tex.”  Chronicles of Smith County,

                       
Texas
31 no. 1 (Summer 1992):  1-16, 19.
%         Hickory Grove Cemetery.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society
                        Archives.  See folder under Places.
*          "Holt Cemetery."  Records of East Texas 3 no. 3 (April 1969):  503.
*%#+  Horsley, Allison.  “Kendrick Cemetery.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 30
                       
no. 2 (Winter 1991):  20-21.
*          Kelly, Rita.  "Pinecrest Perpetual Care Cemetery."  East Texas Family Records
                        4 no. 1 (Skpring 1980):  28-35.
*          Kelly, Rita.  "Smith County--Troup, Texas City Cemetery."  East Texas Family
                        Records
6 no. 4 (Winter 1982):  26-32.
*          Kelly, Rita.  "Walnut Grove Cemetery."  East Texas Family Records 3 no. 4
                        (Winter 1979):  34-37.
*          Kirley, S. R.  "Sitton Cemetery Survey, Formerly Old Nebo Cemetery--Smith
                        Co., Texas."  East Texas Family Records 2 no. 3 (Fall 1978):  11.
*%#+  “McCorkle Cemetery.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 23 no. 1 (Summer
                       
1984):  65.
*          Metcalfe, James B. and Geneva Metcalfe.  "Antioch Cemetery or Sandflat
                        Cemetery."  East Texas Family Records 3 no. 3 (Fall 1979):  13-22.
*          Metcalfe, James B. and Geneva Metcalfe.  "McDougal Cemetery."  East Texas
                        Family Records
3 no. 2 (Summer 1979):  14-15.

           
Moore, Mrs. C. E., J. F. Rosborough, and T. L. Johnson, comps.  Texas Cemetery

                        Records of Smith County (1777-1956)
.  College Station, TX:  D.A.R.
                        Genealogical Records Committee, 1957.

*%#+   “Nichols Cemetery.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 23 no. 1 (Summer
                       
1984):  66.

+          Nolley, Clifford.  “The Piano.”  Tyler Today (Summer 2001):  80. 

           
“Northeast Quarter Cemeteries—Smith County, Texas.” 
                       
http://www.rootsweb.com/%7eusgenweb/tx/smith/cemeteries/northeas.html. 
                       
Accessed 9 March 2006.
           
“Northwest Quarter Cemeteries—Smith County, Texas.” 
                       
http://www.rootsweb.com/%7eusgenweb/tx/smith/cemeteries/northwes.html 
                       
Accessed 9 March 2006.
%         Oakwood Cemetery.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.
                        See folder under Places.
*          "Old Friendship Cemetery."  Records of East Texas 5 no. 4 (July 1971):  912.
*          Oliver, Lawrence E.  "Maulden Memorial Gardens (African American) Cemetery
                        27 no. 1 (Spring 2003):  35.
*          Oliver, Lawrence E.  "McDonald Cemetery, Smith County, Texas."  East Texas
                        Family Records
27 no. 3 (Fall 2003):  30-34.
*          Oliver, Lawrence E.  "Smith County--Johnson Memorial Cemetery--African
                        American."  East Texas Family Records 27 no. 4 (Winter 2003):  33.
*%#+   “Omen Cemeteries.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 16 no. 1 (Summer
                       
1977):  59-63.
*%#+   Parker, June T.  “The Flewellen Slave Cemetery.”  Chronicles of Smith County,

                       
Texas
28 no. 2 (Winter 1989):  50-52.
           
“The Political Graveyard:  Smith County, Texas.” 
                       
http://politicalgraveyard.com/geo/TX/SM.html.  Accessed 9 March 2006.
*%#+   Powell, Fred.  “A History of the Wood-Verner Cemetery.”  Chronicles of Smith

                       
County, Texas
32 no. 1 (Summer 1993):  15-16, 21-23, back cover.
*          "Ray Family Cemetery."  East Texas Family Records 6 no. 1 (Spring 1982):  41.
%         Rose Hill Cemetery.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical  Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Places.
*          Shamburger, Mildred.  "Shamburger Cemetery."  East Texas Family Records 2
                        no. 2 (Summer 1978):  8; 2 no. 3 (Fall 1978):  p. 10.

           
“Smith County Cemetery Restoration.” 
                       
http://www.rootsweb.com/~txsmith/pioneers/jeffries/cemetery/jeflitcem.html. 
                       
Accessed 9 March 2006.
*          "Smith County--Chapell Hill Cemetery."  East Texas Family Records 6 no. 3
                        (Fall 1982):  49.

           
“Smith County Military Grave Markers/Markings.” 
                       
http://www.rootsweb.com/%7eusgenweb/tx/smith/cemeteries/smithwarlist.html. 
                       
Accessed 9 March 2006.
           
“Smith County, Texas, Cemetery Photos:  Index.” 
                       
http://www.rootsweb.com/~usgenweb/tx/smith/tsphotos/smithph.html. 
                       
Accessed 9 March 2006.
           
“Southeast Quarter Cemeteries—Smith County, Texas.” 
                       
http://www.rootsweb.com/%7eusgenweb/tx/smith/cemeteries/southeas.html. 
                       
Accessed 9 March 2006.
           
“Southwest Quarter Cemeteries—Smith County, Texas.” 
                       
http://www.rootsweb.com/%7eusgenweb/tx/smith/cemeteries/southwes.html. 
                       
Accessed 9 March 2006.
*%#+    “Starrville Cemetery.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 23 no. 1 (Summer

                       
1984):  56-65.
            Texas Historical Commission.  Texas Historic Sites Atlas.  Enter Atlas at
                        http://atlas.thc.state.tx.us/  Select Smith County and Cemeteries.  Gives location,
                        map and cemetery number for 128 Smith County cemeteries.  Includes: 
Ahavath,
                        Alsup, Antioch (east Smith County), (SE Smith County), Ashbury, Bacon, Barber,
                        Barron Cemetery, Bascom, Belcher, Bowman, Britton, Bullard, Crow, Dover,
                        Ebenezer, Elkins, Emmanuel, Evergreen, Flewellen-Thweatt, Flint, Gabriel, Galena,
                        Galilee, Green, Hawthorne, High, Henry, Holt, Hopewell, Hubbard, Hudson, Ingram,
                        Kendrick, Lawrence, Loftin, Marsh, Marshall, McDougle, Meador, Memorial,
                        Oakwood, Old Butler, Old Hopewell, Pinecrest, Pinkston, Pleasant Retreat,
                        Prospect, Ray, Red Springs, Rose Hill, Salem, Seastrunk, Sevenleague, Shady Grove,
                        Shamburger, Shiloh, Siloam, Sitton, Smith (several), St. Louis, St. Viola, Thompson,
                        Tyler Memorial, Union Grove, Universe, various unknown cemeteries, Bascom,
                        Bethlehem, Bethesda, Carmel, Cathedral, Center, Damascus, Dean, Dixie, Friendship,
                        Garden Valley, Harris Chapel, Harris Creek, Jamestown, Jones Valley, Liberty,
                        Midway, Mount Sylvan, Mount Zion, Mt. Olive, Mt. Zion, New Canaan, New
                        Harmony, New Hope, Pine Springs, Pleasant Acres Lake, Pleasant Grove, Providence,
                        Sabine, Sand Flat, Swan, Troup, Union Chapel, Union Grove, Verner, Walnut Grove,
                        Waters Bluff, West View, White, Williams, Wilson Curtis, Wood-Verner.
*          Thedford, Retus and Billie Thedford.  "Seven Leagues Cemetery."  East Texas Family Records
                        3 no. 4 (Winter 1979):  32-33.
           
“Tombstone Transcription Project:  Smith County, Texas.” 
                       
http://www.rootsweb.com/~cemetery/Texas/smith.html?o_xid=0041352903&o_lid=0041352903. 
                       
Accessed 22 Marcy 2006.
*          Trimble, Joyce.  "Smith County--Earliest Records of Dean Baptist Cemetery."  East Texas Family
                        Records
8 no. 1 (Spring 1984):  40-44.
*          Troop 37, Boy Scouts of America.  "Williams Cemetery."  East Texas Family Records
                        1 no. 1 (1977):  24-35.

            Wilkins, James L. and Dora Derr Wilkins.  Tombstone Inscriptions of Smith
                       
County Cemeteries, MS.
 

CENSUS
Pre-1850

*          Mullins, Marion Day.  The First Census of Texas, 1829-1836, to Which are Added

                        Texas Citizenship Lists, 1821-1845, and Other Early Records of the

                        Republic of Texas
.  Washington:  National  Genealogical Society, 1971.
*          White, Gifford, ed.  The 1840 Census of the Republic of Texas.  Austin: 
                       
Pemberton, 1964.  

1850
*            Agriculture Census, 1850, 1870, 1880.  Microfilm.
*%#+   Burks, Janet, abst.  “Census of Industry, 1850 & 1860.”  Introduction by Andrew
           
            L. Leath.  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 28 no. 2 (Winter 1989):  41-
           
            49.
*          Burks, Loyd.  1850 & 1860 Federal Census, Smith County, Texas.  Tyler, TX: 
                       
East Texas Genealogical Society, 1984.

           
“1850 Smith County TX Federal Census Transcribed.” 
                       
http://www.rootsweb.com/%7eusgenweb/tx/smith/census/1850.html. 
                       
Accessed 13 March 2006.

*%#+   “1850 Federal Census of Social Statistics.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 41

                        (2002):  35.

           
“1850 Slave Census for Smith County, Texas.” 
                       
ftp://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/tx/smith/census/1850/slave50.txt. 
                       
Accessed 9 March 2006.

*          1850-1860-1870 Smith County, Texas [computer file].  Wichita, KS:  S-K
                       
Publications, 2000.

*            Products of Industry, 1850, 1860.  Microfilm.

*%#+
  “Smith County Householders…1850.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 2 no. 2
                       
(Fall 1963):  13-20.

*          U.S.  Bureau of the Census.  Seventh Census, 1850.  Microfilm.  

1860
*%#+   Burks, Janet, abst.  “Census of Industry, 1850 & 1860.”  Introduction by Andrew
           
            L. Leath.  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 28 no. 2 (Winter 1989):  41-
           
            49.
*          Burks, Loyd.  1850 & 1860 Federal Census, Smith County, Texas.  Tyler, TX: 
                       
East Texas Genealogical Society, 1984.
*%#+   “The Canton Beat 1860.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 16 no. 1 (Summer

                       
1977):  57-59.

*          1850-1860-1870 Smith County, Texas [computer file].  Wichita, KS:  S-K
                       
Publications, 2000.
*%#+   “1860 Federal Census of Social Statistics.”  Chronicles of Smith County,  Texas
                        42 (2003):  10.
           
“1860 Slave Census for Smith County, Texas.” 
                       
Index:  ftp://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/tx/smith/census/1860/60sindx.txt
                       
Page 1: ftp://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/tx/smith/census/1860/1860sp1.txt
                       
Page 16: ftp://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/tx/smith/census/1860/1860sp16.txt
                       
Page 31: ftp://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/tx/smith/census/1860/1860sp16.txt
                       
Page 46: ftp://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/tx/smith/census/1860/1860sp16.txt
           
“1860 Smith County TX Federal Census Images.” 
                       
http://www.rootsweb.com/%7eusgenweb/tx/smith/census/1860.html. 
                       
Accessed 13 March 2006.
*#+    Heritage Quest Database.  Currently available at all libraries receiving Texshare
                       
databases.  Searchable by last name, first name, beat, age, sex, race and
                      
birth place.
*%#+    “Mortality Schedule, Smith County, 1860.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas

                       
15 no. 2 (Winter 1976):  30-32.”

            Population Schedules of the 8th Census of the United States, 1860, Roll 1312: 
                       
Texas, [Slave Schedules] Volume 2
(307-628):  Robertson, Rusk, San
                        Augustine, San Saba, Shelby, Smith, Starr, Titus, Travis, Trinity, Van
                        Zandt, Tyler, Upshur, Uvalde, Victoria, Walker, Washington, Wharton,
                        Williamson, Wise, Wood, and Young Counties
.  Washington:  National
                        Archives, National Archives and Records Service, General Services
                        Administration, 1967.  [microfilm]

*          Products of Industry, 1850, 1860.  Microfilm.

*          Smith County Census, 1860.  Trans. by Vicki Betts.  MS, 1977.  Photocopy.
*          "Smith County Householders ... 1850."  Records of East Texas 4 no. 2 (January
                        1970):  631-634.
*          Social Statistics, 1860, 1870.  Microfilm.
*%#+   “The Starrville Area in 1860.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 4 no. 1 (Spring
                       
1965):  8-9.
*          U.S.  Bureau of the Census.  Eighth Census, 1860. Microfilm.
*          U.S. Bureau of the Census.  Smith County Agriculture Census, 1860.  Transcribed
           
            by Vicki Betts, 1977.            

1870
*%#+   Burks, Janet Baker, abst.  “1870 Products of Industry, Smith County.”  Chronicles

           
            of Smith County, Texas
29 no. 1 (Summer 1990):  13-17.
*          1850-1860-1870 Smith County, Texas [computer file].  Wichita, KS:  S-K
                       
Publications, 2000.
           
“The 1870 Smith Co. TX Census Images.” 
                       
http://www.rootsweb.com/%7eusgenweb/tx/smith/census/1870.html. 
                       
Accessed 13 March 2006.
*#+      Heritage Quest Database.  Currently available at all libraries receiving Texshare
                       
databases.  Searchable by last name, first name, beat, age, sex, race and
                       
birth place.

*          Mortality Schedules—Texas, 1870, 1880.  Microfilm.
           
Pollan, Howard O., comp.  1870 Federal Census, Smith County, Texas.  Tyler,
                        TX:  Printed by B. Springfield for East Texas Genealogical Society, 1978.
*          Social Statistics, 1860, 1870.  Microfilm.
*          U.S.  Bureau of the Census.  Ninth Census, 1870.  Microfilm.  

1880
*%#+   Burks, Janet Baker, abst.  “Products of Industry, 1880, Smith County.”                      
                       
Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 29 no. 2 (Winter 1990):  36-37.

*          Census of Manufactures, 1880.  Microfilm.

*          1880 Smith County, Texas [computer file].  Wichita, KS:  S-K Publications, 2000.
           
“Index to the 1880 Smith Co. TX Census Images.” 
                       
http://www.rootsweb.com/%7eusgenweb/tx/smith/census/1880.html. 
                       
Accessed 13 March 2006.

*           Mortality Schedules—Texas, 1870, 1880.  Microfilm.

*          U.S.  Bureau of the Census.  Tenth Census, 1880.  Microfilm.  

1890—Unavailable due to fire prior to the advent of microfilm technology  

1900
*#+            Heritage Quest Database.  Currently available at all libraries receiving Texshare
                       
databases.  Searchable by last name, first name, beat, age, sex, race and
                       
birth place.
           
“1900 Smith County TX Federal Census.” 
                       
http://www.rootsweb.com/%7eusgenweb/tx/smith/census/1900.html. 
                       
Accessed 13 March 2006.
*          Smith County, Texas U.S. Census Index for 1900, 1910, & 1920.  Tyler:  East
                        Texas Genealogical Society, 2001.  

1910
*#+      Heritage Quest Database.  Currently available at all libraries receiving Texshare
                       
databases.  Searchable by last name, first name, beat, age, sex, race and
                       
birth place.
           
“1910 Smith County TX Federal Census.” 
                       
http://www.rootsweb.com/%7eusgenweb/tx/smith/census/1910.html. 
                       
Accessed 13 March 2006.
*          1910 Smith County, Texas (EDS 62-79) [computer file].  Wichita, KS:  S-K

                       
Publications, 2000.

*          Smith County, Texas U.S. Census Index for 1900, 1910, & 1920.  Tyler:  East
                        Texas Genealogical Society, 2001.
 

1920
*#+        Heritage Quest Database.  Currently available at all libraries receiving Texshare
                       
databases.  Searchable by last name, first name, beat, age, sex, race and
                       
birth place.

           
“1920 Smith County TX Federal Census.” 
                       
http://www.rootsweb.com/%7eusgenweb/tx/smith/census/1920.html. 
                       
Accessed 13 March 2006.
*          1920 Smith County, Texas (EDS 74-97, 161, 166) [computer file].  Wichita, KS: 
                       
S-K Publications, 2000.
*          1920 Smith County, Texas (EDS 98-105) [computer file].  Wichita, KS:  S-K
                       
Publications, 2000.

*          Smith County, Texas U.S. Census Index for 1900, 1910, & 1920.  Tyler:  East
                        Texas Genealogical Society, 2001.
 

1930
*#+        Heritage Quest Database.  Currently available at all libraries receiving Texshare
                       
databases.  Searchable by last name, first name, beat, age, sex, race and
                       
birth place.

           
“1930 Smith County TX Federal Census.” 
                       
http://www.rootsweb.com/%7eusgenweb/tx/smith/census/1930.html. 
                       
Accessed 13 March 2006.
*          1930 Smith County, Texas (EDS 01-49) [computer file].  Wichita, KS:  S-K
                       
Publications, 2002.

           
Smith County, Texas U.S. Census Indexes for 1930.  Tyler:  East Texas
                        Genealogical Society, 2003.
 

Post 1930
           
“Smith County QuickFacts from the U.S. Census Bureau.” 
                       
http://quickfacts.census.gov/qfd/states/48/48423.html.  Accessed 9 March
                       
2006.

           
United States.  Department of Commerce.  1970 Census of Population and

                        Housing.  Census Tracts.  Tyler, Tex., Standard Metropolitan Statistical
                        Area
.  Washington, DC:  U.S. Dept. of Commerce.  Bureau of the Census,            
                       
1972.

           
United States.  Department of Commerce.  1980 Census of Population and

                        Housing.  Census Tracts.  Tyler, Tex., Standard Metropolitan Statistical
                        Area
.  Washington, DC:  U.S. Dept. of Commerce. Bureau of the Census,
                        1972.

           
United States.  Department of Commerce.  Block Statistics, Tyler, Tex. Urbanized

                        Area
.  Washington, DC:  U.S. Dept. of Commerce.  Bureau of the Census,
                        1971.

           
United States.  Department of Commerce.  Metropolitan Housing Characteristics,

                        Tyler, Tex. Standard Metropolitan Statistical Area
.  Washington, DC: 
                        U.S. Dept. of Commerce, Bureau of the Census, 1972.

            United States.  Department of Commerce.  U.S. Census of Population and
                        Housing, 1960.  Census Tracts.  Tyler, Tex., Standard Metropolitan
                        Statistical Area
.  Washington, DC:  U.S. Dept. of Commerce, Bureau of
                        the Census, 1962.
 

CIVIL WAR--GENERAL.  See earlier CIVIL WAR--SECESSION (1860-Feb. 1861).  See later RECONSTRUCTION.
*%#+   Betts, Vicki.  “Newspaper Notes, A Continuation:  Gleaning Smith County
           
            Happenings from Area Newspapers:  Civil War Military.”  Chronicles of

           
            Smith County, Texas
34 no. 2 (Winter 1995):  9-20.
*#+      Betts, Vicki.  "'Private and Amateur Hangings':  The Lynching of W. W.
           
            Montgomery, March 15, 1863."  Southwestern Historical Quarterly 88
           
            (October 1984):  145-166.
*          Betts, Vicki.  “Smith County in the Civil War.”  Thesis, East Texas State
                        University, 1976.  Photocopy.
*
#+    __________.  Smith County, Texas, in the Civil War.  Tyler:  Jack T. Greer
                       Memorial Fund of the Smith County Historical Society/Commission,
                        1977.
*          Betts, Vicki.  "Tyler Reporter, April 11, 1861, p. 3, c. 5."  East Texas Family
                        Records
27 no. 3 (Fall 2003):  34.
*          Bieciuk, Hank, and H.  G. (“Bill”) Corbin.  Texas Confederate County Notes and

                        Private Scrip
.  N. P., 1961.
%         Civil War.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See folder
                        under Military.
*         
Civil War.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.  See folder U.S.—History—Civil War.
*%#+   Coller, Franz.  “But the Corn Stands Rather Well”:  Smith County, Texas—
                       
1862.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 12 no. 1 (Summer 1972):  28-
                       
31.  [6th Texas Infantry]
           
“Confederate Monument, Oakwood Cemetery, Tyler, Smith County, TX.” 
                       
http://www.rootsweb.com/%7eusgenweb/tx/smith/cemeteries/tyler/confmark.html           
                       
Accessed 13 March 2006.

            [Confederate States of America.]  Military Orders and Letters Book, Confederate

                        Military Headquarters, Tyler, MS.  1862-1865.
*+        Cooper, Tom.  “County Will Participate in Civil War Centennial.  Tyler Courier-

                        Times Telegraph
, 3 Jan. 1960, Sec. 4, p. 1.  Microfilm.
*+        Cooper, Tom.  “Tyler Man Owned Horse That Swam Mississippi.”  Tyler

           
            Courier-Times-Telegraph
, 10 Jan. 1960, Sec. 1, p. 5.  (Clipping.)
*%#+   Corbin, H. G. (Bill).  “When Smith County Printed Its Own Money.”  Chronicles

           
            of Smith County, Texas
3 no. 2 (Fall 1964):  18-20, back cover.
*#+      Glover, Robert W.  "The Confederate Effort."  In Glover and Cross, eds.  Tyler

                       
and Smith County
, 35-55.
%         Headache Springs.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives. 
                        See folder under Places.
#+        Kerby, Robert L.  Kirby Smith's Confederacy:  The Trans-Mississippi South,

                        1863-1865.   
New York:  Columbia University Press, 1972.
*%#+   Leath, Andrew L.  “Cotton & the Collapse of the Confederacy.”  Chronicles of

                       
Smith County, Texas
25 no. 2 (Winter 1986):  9.
*%#+   Lott, E. E. “I Found the Country Greatly Excited.”  Introduction by Vicki Betts. 
                       
Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 17 no. 1 (Summer 1978):  65.
*%#+   “A Paper From Our Past.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 34 no. 2 (Winter
                        1995):  back cover.  [Tyler Reporter, March 31, 1864, page 4]
*%#+   “A Picture from Our Past.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 6 no. 1 (Spring
                       
1967):  44-45.  [Civil War veterans, about 1900]
*%#+    Roberts, Oran M.  “All in the Point of View” [letter May 14, 1862].  Chronicles of

                       
Smith County, Texas
5 no. 2 (Fall 1966):  16, 18.
*            Roberts, Oran M.  “Texas.”  Confederate Military History, Vol. 11, Edited by
                        Clement A. Evans.  Atlanta:  Confederate Publishing Company, 1899.
+            __________.  ultrafiche copy.  LAC 22773-22781.
+            __________.  reprint ed.  Secaucus, NJ:  Blue & Grey Press, [197-?]
                       
Sons of Confederate Veterans.  Captain James P. Douglas Camp No. 124, Tyler,
                       
Texas.  “Tyler and Smith County During the War Between the States.” 
                       
http://www.b17.com/scv/tyler.htm.  Accessed 9 March 2006.
           
Starr, James Harper.  [Circular Instructing Agents and Other Representatives of
                        Taxable Property in Their Duties Relative to the District Receiver]. 
                       
[Tyler, Tex.:  Reporter, Print, 1861.  Held by Yale University.
*#+      Stone, Sara “Kate” Holmes.  Brokenburn:  The Journal of Kate Stone, 1861-1866. 
                       
Edited by John Q. Anderson.  Baton Rouge:  Louisiana State University
                        Press, 1955, 1972.
%          Texas in Civil War.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Military.
*%#+   
Thompson, J. B.  “Camp Daniel Near Tyler, Texas, September 7, 1862.” [letter]. 
                       
Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 2 no. 1 (Spring 1963):  16.

*#+      White, William W.  "The Disintegration of an Army:  Confederate Forces in
                       
Texas, April-June 1865."  East Texas Historical Journal 26 (Fall 1988): 
                       
40-47.

            Wilkins, James L. and Dora Derr Wilkins.  Records of Civil War Soldiers Who

                        Served From or Are Buried in Smith County, Texas, MS.  4 vols.
*#+    Wooster, Ralph A.  "Life in Civil War East Texas."  East Texas Historical

                       
Journal
3 (October 1965):  93-102.  

CIVIL WAR—SECESSION (1860-Feb. 1861) See earlier HISTORY:  1840-1859.  See later CIVIL WAR--GENERAL.
*#+    Ashcraft, Allan C.  "East Texas in the Election of 1860 and the Secession Crisis." 
           
            East Texas Historical Journal 1 (July 1963):  7-16.
         
Bell, William H.  "Knights of the Golden Circle:  Its Organization and Activities
           
            in Texas Prior to the Civil War."  M.A. thesis, Texas College of Arts and
           
            Industries, 1965.
*#+    Bridges, C. A.  "The Knights of the Golden Circle:  A Filibustering Fantasy." 

                        Southwestern Historical Quarterly
44 (January 1941):  287-302.
                       
Election Returns, Delegates to the Secession Convention, January 8, 1861.  Texas
           
            State Library and Archives, Austin, Texas.
*          "Davenport & Goodman 1860 Account Book."  East Texas Family Records 26
                        no. 3 (Fall 2002):  32-35.

          
Ledbetter, Billy D.  "Slavery, Fear, and Disunion in the Lone Star State."  Ph.D.
                       
dissertation, North Texas State University, 1972.
*%#+ Reynolds, Donald E.  “Smith County & Its Neighbors During the Slave
                       
Insurrection Panic of 1860.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 10 no. 2
                       
(Fall 1971):  1-8.
           
Reynolds, Donald E.  "Vigilante Law During the Texas Slave Panic of 1860." 
           
            Locus:  An Historical Journal of Regional Perspectives 2 (Spring 1990): 
           
            172-186.

           Roberts, Oran M.  An Address Delivered Before the Smith County Agricultural

                       
and Mechanical Society
.  Tyler:  Sentinel, 1860.
*#+     Sanbo, Anna Irene.  "Beginnings of the Secessionist Movement in Texas." 
           
            Southwestern Historical Quarterly 18 (July 1914):  41-73.
*#+     Sanbo, Anna Irene.  "First Session of the Secession Convention."  Southwestern

           
            Historical Quarterly
18 (October 1914):  162-194.
          
Smyrl, Frank M.  "Unionism, Abolitionism, and Vigilantism in Texas, 1856-
           
            1865."  M.A. thesis, University of Texas, 1961.
*+       Stroud, David V.  Flames and Vengeance : The East Texas Fires and the

                       
Presidential Election of 1860.
  Kilgore, TX:  Pinecrest, 1992.
*#+     Timmons, Joe T.  "The Referendum in Texas on the Ordinance of Secession,
                       
February 23, 1861:  The Vote."  East Texas Historical Journal 11 (Fall
                       
1973):  12-28.
           
Timmons, Joe T.  "Texas on the Road to Secession."  Ph.D. dissertation,
                       
University of Chicago, 1973.
*%#+   Trop, June P.  “Work and Wait:  The Way of Woman.”  Chronicles of Smith
                       
County, Texas
19 no. 2 (Winter 1980):  39-44.  [Includes letter to Mary
                       
Caroline Dean Smith from A. S. Smith in Swan, 1860, and letters to her
                        from Tennessee.]
*#+      White, William W.  "The Texas Slave Insurrection in 1860."  Southwestern

                       
Historical Quarterly
52 (January 1949):  259-286.
           
Wigfall, Louis T.  Speech of Louis T. Wigfall, on the Pending Political Issues;

                       
Delivered at Tyler, Smith County, Texas, September 3, 1860
. 
                       
[Washington:  Printed by L. Towers, 1860].  Held by Baylor University
                       
Library.
*%#+    Wilkins, John W.  “’A Much Easier Country…Than Middle Georgia”:  A Letter
                       
from Starrville, 1861.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 20 no. 1
                       
(Summer 1981):  1-8.
*+        Winkler, Ernest William, ed.  Journal of the Secession Convention of Texas,

                        1861. 
Austin, 1912.  

CIVIL WAR—CAMP FORD
           
Anderson, James W.  "Writings of a Confederate Prisoner of War."  Ed. George
           
            C. Osborne.  Texas Historical Quarterly 10 (March 1951):  74-90 and
           
            (June 1951):  161-184.

            Baker, Mattie Alice.  "Camp Ford."  Thesis, East Texas State University, 1958.

%         Beach, John B.  "Camp Ford Prisoner."  MS, typescript.  "Camp Ford."  Vertical
           
            File.  Archives, SCHS.
+          Bohannon, Elizabeth R.  “Camp Ford:  Tyler’s Part in the Civil War.”  Tyler Today
                        (Spring 1991):  31-34.
           
Brightman, John Claver. Papers, 1859-1865.  Typescript of a biography of John
                       
Claver Brightman (1819-1867), physician and Confederate soldier, and of
                        his letters written to his mother and other relatives (1859-1865).  Papers
                        relate to movements of his military unit, family affairs, strategy used by
                        Confederate leaders, Confederate money, army life, food, and conditions
                        of the country passed through by the Confederate Army.  Includes Camp
                        Ford.  Located at University of Texas at Austin.
*%#+   Bryan, Thomas Ludwell.  “The Old Stockade.”  Chronicles of Smith County,

                       
Texas
12 no. 1 (Summer 1972):  24-27.
*          Burke, Robert.  Escape from a Southern Prison:   A Brief History of the Prison
                        Life and Escape of M. H. Tucker and others from Camp Ford Prison. 
                       
Privately printed, n.d.  (Photocopy from Mattie Alice Baker, “Camp
                        Ford,” Thesis, East Texas State University, 1958.)
%         Camp Ford and Old Flag.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society
                        Archives.  See folder under Military.  See also Boxes.
%         Camp Ford Park.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.
                        See folder under Places.
           
“Camp Ford.”  Texas Beyond History Project, University of Texas at Austin. 
                       
College of Liberal Arts.  http://www.texasbeyondhistory.net/ford/. 
                       
Accessed 21 Feb. 2006.
           
“Camp Ford:  The Largest Confederate Prison Camp West of the Mississippi.” 
                       
http://www.campford.org/.  Accessed 13 March 2006.
*         
Camp Ford.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
*+        Cooper, Tom.  “Civil War Prison Camp Life ‘No Bed of Roses.’”  Tyler Courier-

                        Times-Telegraph
, 17 Jan. 1960, Sec. 1, p. 11.  (Clipping.)
*%#+   
“Dedication of Texas Travel Information Marker #1.”  Chronicles of Smith
                       
County, Texas
1 no. 1 (Fall 1962):  21.
*#+       Dillard, Philip D.  “The Old Flag Behind the Wire:  Union Soldier Morale in
                        Camp Ford, Texas.”  East Texas Historical Journal 40 no. 1 (2002):  44-
                       
51.
           
Duganne, Augustine J. H.  Camps and Prisons.  New York:  n.p., 1865.
+            __________.  Microfilm copy.  Am.Cul.Ser.II  reel 456.5.
+            __________.  Ultrafiche copy.  LAC 14691.
*%#+   Gilbert, Randal B.  “’The People of Tyler are Relieved of Their Fears’:  The
                       
Building of the Camp Ford Stockade.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas
                       
24 no. 2 (Winter 1985):  1-9.
           
Gillian, Arthur E.  "Ten Weeks in Texas as a Prisoner of War." In Dark Corner

                       
of the Confederacy
.  Ed. B. P. Galloway.  Dubuque, Iowa:  Kendall/Hunt
                       
Publishing Company, 1972.
+            __________.  3rd ed.  Lincoln:  University of Nebraska Press, 1994.
*          Glover, Robert W.  Camp Ford, Confederate Prison at Tyler, Texas, MS.  1961.
*#        Glover, Robert W.  Camp Ford:  Tyler, Texas, C.S.A.  Nacogdoches, TX:  East
                       
Texas Historical Association, 1998.
*#+      Glover, Robert W. and Randal B. Gilbert.  Camp Ford, Tyler, Texas:  The Largest

                        Confederate Prison Camp West of the Mississippi River
.  Tyler:  Smith
                        County Historical Society, 1989.
*#%+    __________.    Also printed in Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 28 no. 2
                        (Winter 1989):  16-37.

            Green, John W.  Camp Ford Prison:  And How I Escaped.  Toledo:  privately
                       
printed, 1893.

#+        __________.  Greencastle, IN:  Nugget Publishers, 1992.

            Handbook of Texas Online
, s.v. "CAMP FORD,"
                        http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/CC/qcc15.html
                        (accessed March 7, 2006).

            Heartsill, William W.  Fourteen Hundred and 91 Days in the Confederate Army. 
                       
Ed. Bell Irvine Wiley.  Jackson, TN:  McCowart-Mercer Press, 1953.

+          __________.  Wilmington, NC:  Broadfoot Pub. Co., 1987.
           
Kakuske, Louis F.  “The Kakuske Diary.”  Civil War Times Illustrated 15 no. 4
                        (1976):  36-43.
           
King, C. Richard.  "The Old Flag:  A Civil War Camp Newspaper."  Civil War

                       
History
6 (1960):  197-200.
           
Klemm, Amy L.  “A Shared Captivity Inmates and Guards in the Texas Military
                        Prison System, 1863-1865.”  M. A. thesis, University of Houston, 1997.
*#+      Klemm, Amy L.  “’Wigwam Metropolis’:  Camp Ford, Texas.”  East Texas

                        Historical Journal
34 no. 2 (1996):  25-44.
*%#+    Lawrence F. Lee.  “Camp Ford:  A Portfolio of  Contemporary Illustrations of

                       
Tyler’s Civil War Prison from the Collection of F. Lee Lawrence.” 
                       
Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 6 no. 2 (Fall 1967):  21-28.

*+        Lawrence, F. Lee, and Robert W.  Glover.  Camp Ford, C.  S.  A.:  The Story of

                        Union Prisoners in Texas
.  Austin:  Texas Civil War Centennial Advisory
                        Committee, 1964.
*%#+   Leake, J. B.  “The Camp Ford Diary of J. B. Leake.”  Transcribed by  Roger
                        Davis.  Edited by Randal B. Gilbert.  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas
                        42 (2003):  44-61.
           
“List of Officers, Prisoners of War at Camp Ford, Tyler, Smith County, Texas,
                        Giving Rank, Regiment, Where and When Captured.”  Photocopy of
                        original, owned by Ruth Bradway, Abingdon, Ill.  Held by Abraham
                        Lincoln Presidential Library, Springfield, IL.
           
Martin, George W.  A Kansas Soldier’s Escape from Camp Ford, Texas. 
                       
[Kansas?, 1904].  Also published in the Kansas State Historical Society.

                        Collections
, v. 8 (1903-1904), p. 405-415.
*          McCulloch, J. S.  Reminiscences of Life in the Army as a Prisoner of War.  N.P.,
                        n.d.
*          __________.  Reminiscences of Life in the Army as a Prisoner of War, TS. 
                       
(Photocopy from Mattie Alice Baker, “Camp Ford,” Thesis, East Texas
                        State University, 1958.
                        ftp://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/tx/smith/military/conf/mcculloch.txt           
                       
Accessed 13 March 2006.
*%#+    McKinney, William Fortunatus.  “The Camp Ford Diary of Captain William
                       
Fortunatus McKinney.”  Preface by Howard O. Pollan.  Introduction &
                       
Footnotes by Randal B. Gilbert.  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 25 no.
                       
1 (Summer 1986):  15-25.  [19th Kentucky Infantry]
*#+      Mitchell, Leon, Jr.  "Camp Ford Confederate Military Prison."  Southwestern

                       
Historical Quarterly
66 (July 1962):  1-16.
+          Myers, Cindi and Randy Mallory.  "Speaking of Texas [Camp Ford]."  Texas

                       
Highways
46 no. 2 (February 1999):  3.
           
“Names of Soldiers Who Died in Defence of the American Union, Interred in the
                        Eastern District of Texas, Central District of Texas, Rio Grande District,
                        Department of Texas, Camp Ford, Tyler, Texas, and Corpus Christi,
                        Texas.”  Washington:  G.P.O., 1866.
*          Nott, Charles C.  Sketches in Prison Camps:  A Continuation of Sketches of the

                        War
.  New York:  Randolph, 1865.
*          The Old Flag.  Bridgeport, Connecticut:  The Old Flag Publishing company,
                        1914.
*          The Old  Flag.  17 Feb. 1864; 1 March, 1864; 13 March 1864.  (Lithograph copy.)
                       
“The Old Flag:  The Prison Newspaper of Captain William Henry May.”  Civil

                        War Times Illustrated
38 no. 7 (2000):  42-48.
           
Porter, R. H.  R. H. Porter Civil War collection, 1860-1975.  The R. H. Porter
             
          Civil War Collection, 1860-1975 (bulk 1860-1866), consists of ephemera,
                        photographs (mostly reproductions), manuscripts, government documents,
                        original copies and photocopies of rare books, and pamphlets. Of note is
                        the correspondence of Jefferson Davis; government documents printed by
                        the Confederate States of America and the State of Texas; an original
                        broadside copy of "An Ordinance to dissolve the Union between the State
                        of Texas and The Other States..." (1861); and a Camp Ford diary kept by a
                        Union prisoner (1862-1864). The books from this collection are available
                        in the Special Collections room and are searchable in the UTSA Library
                        catalog.
           
Prison Life in Texas:  An Account of the Capture and Imprisonment of a Portion

                        of the 46th Regiment, Indiana Veteran Volunteers, in Texas
.  Logansport,
                        Ind.:  Journal Office, 1895.

+          South, Leanne.  “Aggies Study Dirt:  Our Dirt at Camp Ford!!!”  Tyler Today (Fall
                        1998):  30-31.

*#+      Stieghan, David S.  "The Pine Springs Training Camps:  Confederate Activities at
                       
the Camp Ford Site Before the Union Prisoner of War Camp Was
                       
Established."  East Texas Historical Journal 42 no. 2 (2004):  38-49.
+          Sutton, Aaron T.  Prisoner of the Rebels in Texas:  The Civil War Narrative of

                        Aaron T. Sutton, Corporal, 83rd Ohio Volunteer Infantry
.  Edited by David
                        G. Maclean.  Decatur, IN:  Americana Books, 1978.
%          Swanger, A. J. to R. E. Francis, February 3, 1895.  Archives, SCHS.
+          Thoms, Alston V.  “POWs, Guards, and Citizens:  A Prison Camp Reveals Complex
                        Ties Among Civil War Populations in Texas.”  Tyler Today (Summer 2000): 
                        71-72.
           
Thoms, Alston V.  "Sand Blows Desperately:  Land-Use History and Site
                       
Integrity at Camp Ford, A Confederate POW Camp in East Texas." 
                       
Historical Archaeology 38 no. 4 (2004):  73-95.
*#+      Thoms, Alston V.  Uncovering Camp Ford:  Archaeological Interpretations of a

                        Confederate Prisoner-of-War Camp in East Texas
.  [College Station, TX]: 
                        Center for Ecological Archeology, Texas A&M University, 2000.
           
Tucker, Martin H.  Escape from a Southern Prison:  A Brief History of the Prison

                        Life and Escape of M. H. Tucker and Others from Camp Ford Prison,
                        Near Tyler, Texas, 1864
.  [Cornwallvilee, NY:  Hope Farm Press, 1900-
                       
1983?]  microform.

            United States.  Quartermaster’s Dept.  Roll of Honor.  Names of Soldiers Who

                        Died in Defence of the American Union, Interred in the Eastern District of

                        Texas; Central District of Texas; Rio Grande District, Dept. of Texas;
                        Camp Ford, Tyler, Texas; & Corpus Christi, Texas
.  Washington:  Govt., 1866.  

CIVIL WAR—ORDNANCE WORKS
*#+    Albaugh, William A., III.  Tyler, Texas, C.S.A..  Harrisburg:  Stackpole, 1958.
#+      __________.  Wilmington, NC:  Broadfoot, 1993.
*+      Cooper, Tom.  “Civil War Ordnance Plant Was Operated in Tyler.”  Tyler

                        Courier-Times-Telegraph
, 24 Jan. 1960, Sec. 2, p. 7.  Microfilm.
*%#+ Glover, Robert W.  “War Industry Comes to Tyler.”  Chronicles of Smith County,

                       
Texas
9 no. 2 (Fall 1970):  47-49.
          
Hill, Lt. Col. G. H.  Confederate Service Record.  RG 109, National Archives.
          
Hill, Gabriel H.  Letters sent by Lt. Col. G. H. Hill, Commander of the 
                       
Confederate Ordnance Works at Tyler, Texas, 1864-1865.  War
                       
Department Collection of Confederate Ordnance Reports.  Vol. 147. 
                       
RG147, National Archives.  National Archives microfilm publications;
                       
microcopy no. 119.  Microfilm held by Baylor University.
%        "Miscellaneous Record Book:  Little Rock, Arkansas, Arsenal and Tyler, Texas,
                       
Ordnance Works, 1862-1865."  RG 109, National Archives.
*#+     Ramsdell, Charles William.  "The Texas State Military Board, 1862-1865." 
           
            Southwestern Historical Quarterly 27 (1923-1924):  253-275.
           
Stieghan, David S.  "The Confederate Rifle Makers of Texas."  M.A. thesis,
                       
Stephen F. Austin State University, 1996.
           
Texas Military Board.  Papers.  Texas State Library and Archives.

CIVIL WAR—UNITS RAISED IN SMITH COUNTY, INCLUDING LETTERS FROM SMITH COUNTY SOLDIERS.  Also Veterans who lived there after the war.
*          Abbott, Kay H.  "Smith County--1861 Muster roll--Mt. Carmel Post Office."
                        East Texas Family Records 8 no. 4 (Winter 1984):  30-31.  [Two
                        units--captains J. M. Clinton and David Hill]
            “Applicants from Smith County in the Confederate Pension Application Files of
                       
the Texas State Archives.” 
           
            http://www.rootsweb.com/~txsmith/smithconfpen.htm.  Accessed 13
                       
March 2006.
           
Barron, S.  B.  The Lone Star Defenders.  New York:  Neale, 1908.

+          __________.  facsimile rpt.  Waco:  W. M. Morrison, 1964.
*          Betts, Vicki, abst.  "Smith County--A List of Exempt and Detailed Conscripts--
                        1864."  East Texas Family Records 27 no. 1 (Spring 2003):  27-29.
*+        [Blessington, J. P.]  The Campaigns of Walker’s Texas Division.  New York: 
                       
Lang, Little, 1875.
*#        __________.  Facsimile rpt.  Austin:  Pemberton, 1968.
           
Browning, F. Marion.  “Browning Civil War Letters.” 
           
            ftp://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/tx/smith/military/conf/browning.txt. 
           
            Accessed 13 March 2006.
*          Browning, F. Marion.  "Browning Civil War Letters."  East Texas Family
                        Records
3 no. 3 (Fall 1979):  8-12.  [Co. F, 14th Texas Cavalry]
*%#+    Christian, John R.  “Civil War Letters of John R. Christian.”  Chronicles of Smith

           
            County, Texas
30 no. 2 (Winter 1991):  27-29.  [Co. G, 11th Texas
           
           
Infantry]
%         Civil War Military.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See Boxes.
%         Civil War Muster Rolls.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives. 
                        See folder under Military.
%          Company K.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Military.
*           
Confederate Pension Applications.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.  See
                        folder Smith County Confederates.
           
*            Confederate Soldiers Who Served from Organizations from Texas.  3rd Texas
           
            Cavalry.  Microfilm.
*            Confederate Soldiers Who Served from Organizations from Texas.  11th
           
            (Speight’s) Battalion (Cavalry, Artillery & Infantry) Texas—Confederate,
           
            A-Z.  Microfilm.
*            [Confederate States of America].  Texas Volunteer Infantry.  Fifteenth Regiment.] 
           
            Muster Rolls of  Company A, MS.  1863-1864.
*            [__________.]  Muster Roll of Company D, MS.  1863-1864.
%         Confederate Veterans.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.
                        See folder under Military.
*%#+   Cook, David.  “The Civil War Letters of David Cook:  ‘I Seat Myself to Write.’”
                        Introduction by Andrew L. Leath.  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 36
                        no. 2 (Winter 1997):  26-29. [35th Texas Cavalry]
*%#+   Crow, Z. H.  “A Smith County Confederate Writes Home.”  Edited by F. Lee
           
            Lawrence and Robert W. Glover.  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 4 no.
           
            2 (Fall 1965):  11-14.  [Co. C, 17th Texas Cavalry]
*#+      Douglas, James P.  Douglas’s Texas Battery, CSA.  Ed. Lucia Rutherford
           
            Douglas.  Tyler:  Smith County Historical Society/Commission, 1966.
*%#+   Douglas, James P.  “An Update:  The Douglas Letters.”  Edited by June P. Trop. 
           
            Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 22 no. 1 (Summer 1983):  13-27.
*+        Fitzhugh, Lester Newton, ed.  Cannon Smoke:  The Letters of Captain John J.

                        Good, Good-Douglas Texas  Battery,  C. S. A.
  Hillsboro, Texas:  Hill
                        Junior College, 1971.
%        Fitzhugh, Lester.  "List of Smith County Units [in the Civil War] in "Civil War." 
                       
Vertical File.  Archives, SCHS.
*%#+   “The Flag of the Seventeenth Texas Cavalry.”  Chronicles of Smith County,

                        Texas
36 no. 2 (Winter 1997):  front and back cover.
*%#+    Fleishel, Marcus.  “A Southern Victory.”  Introduction by Marc B. Smith, Jr. 
                       
Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 22 no. 1 (Summer 1983):  38-41. 
                       
[letter from Douglas Texas Battery, Battle of Richmond, Kentucky]
*          Garner, Sally McAdams.  "Smith County--Abstracts of Pension Applications,
                        C.S.A."  East Texas Family Records 21 no. 3 (Fall 1997):  41-47.
                        [Acker-Allen]
*#+      Gaston, Robert H., and William H. Gaston.  Tyler to Sharpsburg.   Edited by
                        Robert W. Glover.  Waco:  Morrison, 1960.
*%#+  
Glover, Robert W.  “The Douglas Battery.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 1
                       
no. 1 (Fall 1962):  14-19.

*%#+  
Green, Thomas.  “Sift Sand for Dixie Land:  A War Time Letter from Thomas
                       
Green, September 3, 1862.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 6 no. 1
                       
(Spring 1967):  37-39.  [actually Henderson County, Co. G, 12th Texas
                       
Dragoons]

*%#+  
Hale, Douglas.  “Company K:  A Composite Portrait of Smith County Boys in the
                       
Civil War.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 27 no. 1 (1988):  1-27. 
                       
[Third Texas Cavalry]

            Hale, Douglas.  "Rehearsal for Civil War:  The Texas Cavalry in the Indian
                       
Territory."  Chronicles of Oklahoma 68 (Fall 1990):  228-265.
           
Hale, Douglas.  "The Third Texas Cavalry:  A Socioeconomic Profile of a
                       
Confederate Regiment."  Military History of the Southwest 19 (Spring
                       
1989):  1-26.

+N       Hale, Douglas.  The Third Texas Cavalry in the Civil War.  Norman:  University
                       
of Oklahoma Press, 1993.
*          Index to Compiled Service Records of Confederate Soldiers Who Served in
                       
Organizations from the State of Texas.  Microfilm rolls 1-41.
           
Johnson, Sid S.  “Confederate Biography:  Company K, 3rd Cavalry--Smith
                       
County, TX.”  Texans Who Wore the Gray.  Tyler:  n.p., 1907. 
                       
ftp://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/tx/smith/bios/txgray/comk3rd.txt. 
                       
Accessed 13 March 2006.
           
Johnson, Sid S.  “Confederate Biography:  Douglas’ First Texas Battery—Smith
                       
County, TX.”  Texans Who Wore the Gray.  Tyler:  n.p., 1907, pp. 395-
                       
405. 
                       
ftp://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/tx/smith/bios/txgray/doug1bat.txt. 
                       
Accessed 13 March 2006.
           
Johnson, Sid S.  Confederate Biography:  Fourth Texas in Battle of Gaines’
                       
Mill—Smith County, TX.”  Texans Who Wore the Gray.  Tyler:  n.p.,
                       
1907, pp. 388-395. 
                       
ftp://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/tx/smith/bios/txgray/texas4th.txt. 
                       
Accessed 13 March 2006.
*+        Johnson, Sid S.  Texans Who Wore the Gray.  Tyler:  n.p., 1907.
           
            http://www.rootsweb.com/%7eusgenweb/tx/smith/bios.html#anchor30233
           
            [Broken down into six files]
*+        Kinney, John M., comp.  Index to Applications for Texas Confederate Pensions. 
                       
Austin:  Texas State Library, 1975.
           
Kirk, Claire.  “A Memorial:  Henry Haywood Daniel, Confederate Soldier.” 
                       
ftp://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/tx/smith/military/conf/daniel.txt. 
                       
Accessed 13 March 2006.
*%#+   Leath, Andrew L.  “Company C, Seventeenth Texas Cavalry.”  Chronicles of

                        Smith County, Texas
35 no. 2 (Winter 1996):  11-14.
*%#+   Leath, Andrew L.  “Company E, Fourteenth Texas Cavalry.”  Chronicles of Smith

                       
County, Texas
34 no. 1 (Summer 1995):  8-11.
*%#+   Leath, Andrew L.  “Company F, Seventh Texas Infantry, C. S. A.”  Chronicles of

                       
Smith County, Texas
30 no. 1 (Summer 1991):  38-41.
*%#+   Leath, Andrew L.  “Company F, Thirteenth Texas Volunteers, Later Second
                       
Company D, Fifteenth Texas Infantry.”  Chronicles of Smith County,

                       
Texas
32 no. 1 (Summer 1993):  88-12.
*%#+   Leath, Andrew L.  “Company G, Eleventh Texas Infantry.”  Chronicles of Smith

                       
County, Texas
30 no. 2 (Winter 1991):  22-26.
*%#+   Leath, Andrew L.  “Company H, Thirty-Fifth Texas Cavalry.”  Chronicles of

                        Smith County, Texas
36 no. 2 (Winter 1997):  24.
*%#+   Leath, Andrew L.  “Company H, Thirty-Seventh Texas Cavalry.”  Chronicles of

                        Smith County, Texas
38 no. 2 (Winter 1999):  16-18.
*%#+   Leath, Andrew L.  “Company I, Twenty-Second Texas Infantry.”  Chronicles of

                        Smith County, Texas
36 no. 1 (Summer 1997):  10-14.
*%#+   Leath, Andrew L.  “Company K, Tenth Texas Cavalry.”  Chronicles of Smith

                       
County, Texas
31 no. 1 (Summer 1992):  28-31.
*%#+   Leath, Andrew L.  “Company K, Thirty-Seventh Texas Cavalry.”  Chronicles of

                        Smith County, Texas
41 (2002):  48-50.
*%#+   Leath, Andrew L.  “Company M, Thirteenth Texas Volunteers (Later Second
                       
Company H, Fifteenth Texas Infantry.”  Chronicles of Smith County,

                       
Texas
33 no. 2 (Winter 1994):  11-15.
*%#+   Leath, Andrew L.  “Douglas’s Texas Battery.”  Chronicles of Smith County,

                        Texas
35 no. 1 (Summer 1996):  15-21.
*%#+   Leath, Andrew L.  “Fourteenth Texas Infantry, Companies C, D, E, and G.” 
                       
Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 34 no. 2 (Winter 1995):  7-8, 21-27.
*%#+   Leath, Andrew L.  “Second Company D, Thirteenth Texas Infantry.”  Chronicles

                       
of Smith County, Texas
31 no. 2 (Winter 1992):  24-31.
*%#+   Leath, Andrew L.  “Third Company G, Thirteenth Texas Infantry.”  Chronicles of

                        Smith County, Texas
37 no. 2 (Winter 1998):  8-10.
*%#+   Leath, Andrew L.  “Third Company H, Thirteenth Texas Infantry.”  Chronicles of

                        Smith County, Texas
38 no. 1 (Summer 1999):  40-41.
*%#+   Littlejohn, Elbridge.  “The Civil War Letters of Elbridge Littlejohn:  Part 1.” 
                       
Edited by Vicki Betts.  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 17 no. 2
                       
(Winter 1978):  8-60.  “The Civil War Letters of Elbridge Littlejohn:  Part
                       
2.”  Edited by Vicki Betts.  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 18 no. 1
                       
(Summer 1979):  11-50.  [Co. G, 10th Texas Cavalry]
*%#+   “The Lone Star Rebels.” [7th Texas Infantry].  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas

                       
3 no. 2 (fall 1964):  25.

*%#+   Long, James B.  “Dear Mother:  A Wartime Letter from a Smith County Soldier
                       
in Douglas’s Texas Battery, C. S. A.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas
                       
9 no. 2 (Fall 1970):  19-20.
           
Lunsford, James.  "Brief Sketch of Douglas's First Texas Battery."  Dallas

                       
Morning News
, August 3, 1907.
*          Marsh, Araminta Shuart.  Letters Sent to Captain Bryan Marsh, MS.  1863.  5
                        letters.  Photocopy.
*%#+   Marsh, Bryan.  “The Confederate Letters of Bryan Marsh.”  Chronicles of Smith

                       
County, Texas
14 no. 2 (Winter 1975):  9-3-, 43-55.  [Co. C, 17th Texas
                       
Cavalry]
*          Marsh, Bryan.  Letters Sent to Araminta Shuart Marsh, MS.  1861-1864.  27
           
            letters.  Photocopy.
*%#+   “Men in Gray.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 8 no. 1 (Spring 1969):  56-57. 
                       
[photographs of John J. Good, James P. Douglas, John H. Bingham, James
                       
Nep Boren]
*          Mollie Moore Davis Chapter.  United Daughters of the Confederacy.  Application

                       
Sheets for Confederate Cross of Honor
.  Vols. 1-5.  Index.
           
Morris, Mrs. W. E.  “Civil War - Pension Record - Mrs. W. E. Morris - Smith
                       
County, TX.”  ftp://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/tx/smith/military/civilwar/pensions/morrisne.txt 
                       
Accessed 13 March 2006.

+          Newsom, James.  "Grand Phalanx of Intrepid Infantry."  M.A. thesis, University
                       
of Texas at Tyler, 1993.
           
Newsom, James Lynn.  “Intrepid Gray Warriors:  The 7th Texas Infantry, 1861-
                       
1865.”  Ph.D. dissertation, Texas Christian University, 1995.
*%#+   Perry, Eugene O.  “Whip the Devil & His Hosts.”  Edited by Harold B. Simpson. 
                       
Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 6 no. 2 (Fall 1967):  10-15, 33-49. 
                       
[Co. E, 1st Texas Infantry]
*%#+    “Reunion:  Minutes of the Proceedings of the Ross, Ector and Granbury Brigades,
                       
with the Douglass Texas Battery. . . Reunion Assembled at Tyler, Texas,

                       
August 16, 17, 1905.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 8 no. 1 (Spring
                       
1969):  43-55.

*          Rose, Victor M.  Ross’ Texas Brigade, Being a Narrative of Events Connected

                        with Its Service in the Late War Between the States
.  Louisville:  Courier-
                        Journal, 1881.
           
__________.  facsimile rept.  Kennesaw, Georgia:  Continental, 1960.
*%#+    Simmons, John.  “The Confederate Letters of John Simmons.”  Edited by Jon

                       
Harrison.  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 14 no. 1 (Summer 1975): 
                       
25-57.  [Co. I, 22nd Texas Infantry]
*          "Smith County--Captain Jonathan Lewter's Muster Roll Company D, 15th Regi-
                        ment, Texas Volunteer Infantry Army, CSA."  East Texas Family
                        Records
7 no. 1 (Skpring 1983):  40-41.
*         
Smith County—Confederates.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
            
“Smith County--1861 Muster Roll—Mt. Carmel Post Office.” 
                       
ftp://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/tx/smith/military/conf/mtcarmel.txt. 
                       
Accessed 13 March 2006.
           
Sparks, A. W.  The War Between the States as I Saw It:  Reminiscent, Historical,

                        and Personal
.  Tyler:  Lee & Burnet, 1901.
           
__________.  Microfiche.
*          Stanley, William Martin.  The Stanley Letters.  Compiled by Mary K. Haynes and
                       
James Wilkins.  Rev. ed.  Tyler:  s.n., 1965.
           
“Surviving Soldiers, Sailors, and Mariners, and Widows, etc.--Eleventh Census of
                       
the United State--Special Schedule--Microfilm Roll--M123-99.” 
                       
http://www.rootsweb.com/~txsmith/military/1890soldiers.html.  Accessed
                       
13 March 2006.
%         Third Texas Cav. Roster.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.
                        See folder under Military.

           
“12th Brigade, Texas Militia.”  [Two companies from Smith County]. 
                       
http://www.rootsweb.com/%7etxwood/brig12.htm.  Accessed 13 March
                       
2006.
*+        Yeary, Mamie.  Reminiscences of the Boys in Gray, 1861-1865.  Dallas:  Smith &
                       
Lamar, 1912.
+            __________.  Dayton, OH:  Morningside, 1986.   Includes:  Redding Andrews, p.
                        22; S. A. Bartley, p. 42; E. R. Boaz, p. 63-64; N. B. Campbell, p. 116;
                        W. T. Coker, p. 144; A. P.  Coker, p. 144; C. B. Eagerton, p. 206; H. A.
                        Earhart, p. 207 [guard at Camp Ford]; J. C. Fleuellen, p. 231; Littleton
                        Fowler, p. 240; Nathan G. Fowler, p. 240; J. E. Hennigan, p. 327; T. W.
                        Howeth, p. 258 [guard at Camp Ford]; W. J. Huggins, p. 363; R. W. Hyer,
                        p. 371; J. M. Jones, pp. 389-390 [guard at Camp Ford]; E. J. Lake, p.
                        415-416; S. T. Lanham, p. 421; D. E. Laymance, p. 426; Howell Lewis,
                        p. 434-435; L. A. Lipscomb, p. 440 [guard at Camp Ford or Camp
                        Groce]; John Lloyd, p. 442-443; W. H. Lyon, p. 455; John A. Mathews,
                        p. 470; Andrew S. Murphey, p. 551-554; A. J. Orr, p. 583; T. E. Palmer,
                        p. 586; James Penyman, p. 600; Henry Pool, p. 617-618; Wess W.
                        W. Richards, p. 640, T. J. Rosson, p. 654; Hugh T. Seartrunk, p. 674; W.
                        H. Taylor, p. 742; S. A. Thompson, p. 748; Henry R. Thrasher, p. 750;
                        J. J. Vernon, p. 767; J. E. Vickery, p. 768; George A. Watford, pp. 780-1.

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS’ COURT RECORDS
%          Court--Smith Co. Comm.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society
                        Archives.  See folder under Public Services.
*%#+   Pollan, Howard O., abst.  “Smith County’s Formative Years, 1846-7-8:  The
           
            Commissioners Court Minutes.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 7 no.
           
            1 (Spring 1968):  10-18, 28-36. 
*%#+   Pollan, Howard O., abst.  “Smith County’s Formative Years, 1849-1850.” 
           
            Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 8 no. 1 (Spring 1969):  12-21, 38-42.
*%#+   Leath, Andrew L., transcriber.  “Commissioners Court Minutes, 1851.” 

                       
Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 20 no. 2 (Winter 1981):  36-49.

*%#+   Leath, Andrew L., abst.  “1852 Smith County Commissioners Court Minutes.” 

                       
Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 24 no. 2 (Winter 1985):  15-17, 37-41.

*%#+   Leath, Andrew L.  “1853 Minutes of the Commissioners Court.”  Chronicles of

           
            Smith County, Texas
31 no. 2 (Winter 1992):  32-40.
*%#+   Leath, Andrew L.  “1854 Minutes of the Commissioners Court.”  Chronicles of

                        Smith County, Texas
40 no. 1 (Summer 2001):  16-18, 45-56.
*%#+   Leath, Andrew L.  “1855 Minutes of the Commissioners Court.”  Chronicles of

           
            Smith County, Texas
40 no. 2(Winter 2001):  51-69.
*%#+   Leath, Andrew L.  “Minutes of the Commissioners Court, 1856.”  Chronicles of

                        Smith County, Texas
41 (2002):  52-72.
*%#+    Leath, Andrew L.  “1857 Minutes of the Commissioners Court.”  Chronicles of

                        Smith County, Texas
42 (2003):  19-29, 32-42.
*%#+    Haynes, Mary K., abst.  “The Minutes of the Commissioners Court, 1876.” 
           
            Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 15 no. 1 (Summer 1976):  32-38.

                        Smith County Commissioner's Court Records.  County Clerk's Office.  Smith

           
            County Annex, 200 E. Ferguson, Tyler, TX.  Copies of proceedings of
           
            county administrative court.  Early years including laying out county
           
            roads, appointing road maintenance crews, appointing patrols, building
           
            and maintaining the county courthouse and jail, approving and paying
           
            accounts, etc.  
*         
Smith County Commissioners.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.

COUNTY COURT RECORDS
           
The Cotton Belt has all the old County Court cases, I think mainly criminal. 
      
                These were cases that were more serious than justice of the peace court,
                        but less serious crimes than those handled by district court.  

COUNTY RECORDS (GENERAL)
           
During the 1970's North Texas State University participated in the Texas County
                        Records Inventory Project in which each counties records were located, itemized,
                        and described, and an inventory published.  Unfortunately, Smith County did not
                        participate.  Since most counties collected similar information, researchers may want
                        to examine the Inventory of County Records, Harrison County Courthouse, for a
                        detailed listing of the various types of county records held by an East Texas county of
                        similar age.  The University of Texas at Tyler Library has a copy of the Harrison
                        County inventory at call number TX DOC L1900.7 In8harr.
*          Hallowell, Flo.  "Smith County--Declarations of Intentions to Become Citizens."  East
                        Texas Family Records
10 no. 1 (Spring 1986):  34-38.
*          Hallowell, Flo.  "Smith County--Declarations of Intentions to Become Citizens."  East
                        Texas Family Records
10 no. 3 (Fall 1986):  29-33.
*%#+   Leath, Andrew L.  “Elected County Officials, 1846-76.”  Chronicles of Smith

                       
County, Texas
17 no. 1 (Summer 1978):  59-61.
*%#+   Leath, Andrew L.  “Elected County Officials, 1876-1934.”  Chronicles of Smith

                       
County, Texas
18 no. 1 (Summer 1979):  8-10, 51.
*%#+   Leath, Andrew L.  “Elected County Officials, 1934-1980.”  Chronicles of Smith

                       
County, Texas
18 no. 2 (Winter 1979):  7-9.
*%#+   Leath, Andrew L.  “Elected Officials (A Continuation).”  Chronicles of Smith

                       
County, Texas
22 no. 1 (Summer 1983):  8-11.
*%#+   Leath, Andrew L.  “Elected Precinct Officials, 1846-1876.”  Chronicles of Smith

                       
County, Texas
30 no. 1 (Summer 1991):  32-37.
*%#+   Leath, Andrew L.  “Elected Precinct Officials, 1876-1896.”  Chronicles of Smith

                       
County, Texas
31, no. 1 (Summer 1992):  17-19.
*%#+   Leath, Andrew L.  “Elected Precinct Officials, 1896-1936.”  Chronicles of Smith

                       
County, Texas
31 no. 2 (Winter 1992):  18-21.
*%#+   Leath, Andrew L.  “Elected Precinct Officials, 1954-1980.”  Chronicles of Smith

           
            County, Texas
41 (2002):  6-7.
*%#+   Leath, Andrew L.  “Smith County Elected County Officials:  A Potpourri.” 
           
            Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 19 no. 1 (Summer 1980):  33-36.
*          Smith County, Texas—Court Records.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
           
Texas.  Comptroller's Office.  Financial Management Review, Smith County

                       
Government:  Summary
.  [Austin, TX:  The Comptroller, Local
           
            Government Assistance Division, 1998.  

DEATH RECORDS
*            Cammack, Cecil.  “Affidavits of Death and Heirship 1846-1901, Smith County,
           
            TX.”  East Texas Family Records 14 no. 3 (Fall 1990):  34-38; 1902-
                        1909 East Texas Family Records 14 no. 4 (Winter 1990):  31-38. 
           
            ftp://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/tx/smith/court/heir1846.txt. 
           
            Accessed 13 March 2006.
*          Cammack, Cecil, abst.  "Smith County, Texas--Affidavits of Death & Heirship,
                        1909-1912."  East Texas Family Records 15 no. 1 (Spring 1991):  29-
                        34.
*          Cammack, Cecil, abst.  "Smith County, Texas--Affidavits of Death & Heirship,
                        1909-1912, Part 2."  East Texas Family Records 15 no. 2 (Summer
                        1991):  29-34.
*          Cammack, Cecil, abst.  "Smith County, Texas--Affidavits of Death & Heirship,
                        1909-1912, Part 3."  East Texas Family Records 15 no. 3 (Fall 1991):
                        36-42.
*          Cammack, Cecil, abst.  "Smith County--Affidavits of Heirship, Book H, Part 1,
                        1912-16."  East Texas Family Records 15 no. 4 (Winter 1991):  25-32.

           
County Clerk's Office, 200 E. Ferguson, Tyler, Texas, has records of deaths from
           
            1903 which occurred outside the city limits of Tyler.
*          “Index of Affidavits of Death and Heirship 1846-1901--Smith County, TX.” 
           
            East Texas Family Records 14 no. 3 (Fall 1990). 
           
            ftp://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/tx/smith/court/heirind.txt.  Accessed
           
            13 March 2006.
           
Northeast Texas Public Health District, 815 N. Broadway, Tyler, has death
           
            certificates for the city of Tyler back to 1910.  Death certificates are not
           
            public record until 25 years from the date of death.  A qualified applicant
           
            is considered mother, father, sister, brother, or grandparent for records less
           
            than 25 years from date of death.
*          Death Records.  v.12 (1965-1967 from page 360).  Microfilm.
*          Death Records—Texas.  1903-1973.  Microfilm.  

DEEDS
*          Baker, Brenda.  "Index to Deed Book A."  East Texas Family Records
                        2 no. 1 (Spring 1978):  7-10.
*          Brown, Janice Cox.  "Smith County--Deeds, State of Texas to E. E. Lott--
                        To James Speer."  East Texas Family Records 20 no. 1 (Spring
                        1996):  32-34.
*          Brown, Janice Cox.  "Smith County--E. E. Lott Deed."  East Texas Family
                        Records
20 no. 1 (Spring 1996):  35.
*          Brown, Janice Cox.  "Smith County--Speer Deed of Conveyance."  East
                        Texas Family Records
20 no. 1 (Spring 1996):  36.
*          Cammack, Cecil.  "Affidavits of Heirships and Adoptions in Deed Records."
                        East Texas Family Records 16 no. 1 (Spring 1992):  28-35; 16
                        no. 2 (Summer 1992):  39-45; 16 no. 3 (Fall 1992):  34-41; 17 no.
                        1 (Spring 1993):  31-36; 17 no. 2 (Summer 1993):  28-33; 17 no.
                        3 (Fall 1993):P  32-37; 17 no. 4 (Winter 1993):  40-44;
18 no. 2
                        (Summer 1994):  44-49.

*          Deed Records.  v. A (1846-1848).  Microfilm.
*          General Index to Deed Records.  v. A-C (1845-1896).  Microfilm.
%         Gregory Abstracts.  Smith County Historical Society.  See Boxes.

           
“Land Abstract Indices of the Original Land Owners of Texas, Smith County.” 
           
            ftp://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/tx/smith/land/smith.txt.  Accessed
           
            13 March 2006.
*         
Land Dispute—Smith County & Upshur County (2003).  Vertical files.  Tyler
                        Public Library.
*          Land Disputes (General).  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
%         Land Survey Index.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Places.
*+        Miller, Thomas Lloyd.  Bounty and Donation Land Grants of Texas, 1835-1888. 
                       
Austin:  University of  Texas Press, 1967.
%         Porter Abstracts, C. L.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See Boxes.
*          Purl, Benjamin F., comp.  Republic of Texas Second Class Headrights, March 2,

                        1836-October 1, 1837.
  Houston:  n.p., 1974.
           
Smith County.  Deed Records.  1846-      .  County Clerk's Office, Smith County
                       
Annex, 200 E. Ferguson, Tyler, TX.  Recorded copies of deeds and
                       
conveyances affecting ownership to real estate, including deeds, liens,
                       
contracts of sales, powers of attorney, removals of disabilities for minors,
                       
certified copies of probate proceedings, certified copies of divorce
                       
proceedings when real estate is divided, sometimes sale of slaves,
                       
mortgages (up to 1870?), oil and gas leases.  Harrison County includes
                       
recorded copies of servicemen's discharge papers (1919-1945)—does
                       
Smith County?  Both direct and indirect indexes.
           
Smith County General Index to Deed Records 1845-1888.  Austin, TX:  State
                        Archives Division, Texas State Library, 2004.  Microfilm.

            [State of Texas.]  General Land Office.  An Abstract of the Original Titles of

                        Record
.  Houston:  National Banner, 1838.
*+        __________.  rpt.  Austin:  Pemberton Press, 1964.
*          __________.  Abstract of All Original Grants and Locations Comprising Texas

                        Land Titles to August 31, 1945
.  Austin:  n.p., 1945.  
*         
Tyler History—Deed & Plat.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.

DEPRESSION (1929-1940).  See previous HISTORY—1900-1928.  See later WORLD
WAR II
.
*%#+    Bidwell, Dale L.  “CCC Co. 896.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 17 no. 1
                       
(Summer 1978):  1-18, 42-51.
*         
Centennial—Texas.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
%         Civilian Conservation Corps.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.
                        See folder under Public Services.

           
Civilian Conservation Corps.  Tyler District.  8th Area Corps.  Official Annual

                       
[Report]
, 1936.  Civilian Conservation Corps, 1936.
*         
Civilian Conservation Corps.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
+          Large, William Norman.  “The Hub of East Texas:  A History of Tyler, Texas,
                        1918-1940.”  M.A. thesis, University of Texas at Tyler, 1992.
*%#+   “Smith Countians on Relief, 1935.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 15 no. 2
                       
(Winter 1976):  32.
*         
Texas Centennial.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
*%#+    Whisenhunt, Donald W.  “Depression in Tyler:  A Labor View.”  Chronicles of

                       
Smith County, Texas
19 no. 1 (Summer 1980):  19-22.
%         Works Progress Administration.  "Smith Countians on Relief, 1935."  Archives,
                       
SCHS.
*%#+    __________.  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 15 (Winter 1976):  32.  
*          
Works Progress Administration.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.

DISTRICT COURT RECORDS
%         District Clerks Records.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.
                        See folder under Miscellaneous.
%         District Court Minutes, 1847-57.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        Boxes.
*          Texas. District Court (Smith County).  Abstract, District Court Minutes, Smith

                        County, Texas, 1847-1857
.  Tyler, TX:  East Texas Genealogical Society,
                        1989.
           
Texas.  District Court (Smith County).  All indexes before about 1988 are at the 
                       
Smith County Records Archives, Cotton Belt Building, 1517 W. Front St.,
                       
Tyler, Texas, as are all of the old minute books, docket books, and original
                       
papers, both civil and criminal.  Current indexes and original papers from
                       
open cases are at the courthouse.  As soon as a case is closed it is sent to
                       
the Cotton Belt Building.  

ECONOMICSSee also AGRICULTURE, BUSINESS, CENSUS, INDUSTRY, HISTORY--GENERAL, ROSES AND ROSE FESTIVAL, TOWNS AND COMMUNITIES--TYLER and TRANSPORTATION
*            Alderman, William  B.  “Tyler.”  Texas Parade, 26 (1966), 43-46.
*          Allen, Imogene.  “Economic Conditions of Smith County, 1845-1865.”  Texas

                        History Teachers Bulletin
, 16 (1927), 47-52.
*          An Assessment of Economic Strengths and Weaknesses in Tyler and Smith

                       
County, Texas
.  Chicago:  PHH Fantus Corp., 1988.
            An Economic Survey of Smith County
.  University of Texas, Bureau of Business
                        Research, 1949.

+          Dotzour, Mark Gordon.  The Fiscal Impact of New Residential Subdivisions on

                        the City of Tyler, Texas
.  [College Station:  Real Estate Center, Texas
                        A&M University, 1997.]
*         
Economic Conditions.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
*          Hatcher, Edna L.  “An Economic History of Smith County, 1846-1940.”  M.S.
           
            thesis, East Texas State Teachers' College, 1940.
*          Lovejoy, Johnny E.  Smith County Opportunity Analysis.  San Antonio:  Texas
           
            Public Policy Foundation, 2000.
+          Texas Department of Commerce.  Research and Planning Division.  The East

                        Texas Region MSA Report
.  [Austin]:  The Division, [1989].
           
University of Texas.  Bureau of Business Research.  An Economic Survey of

                       
Smith County Prepared for the Texas and Pacific Railway Company
. 
                       
[Austin, TX]:  The University, 1949.  

EDUCATION—GENERAL.  See also BIOGRAPHY.
*          Academy of Skills & Knowledge.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.  See
                        folder under Schools—Private.

%         Aggies, 100 Years of Smith County.  Manuscript.  Smith County Historical
                        Society Archives.
*         
All Saints Episcopal School.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.  See folder
                        under Schools—Private.

%         Azleway Boys Ranch.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society
                        Archives.  See folder under Public Services.
*         
Azleway Charter School & Azleway Boys Ranch.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public
                        Library. 

*          Birdwell, Jessamine.  History of Education in Smith County, TS.  1930.
*         
Breckinridge Village.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
*          Brook Hill School.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.  See folder Schools—
                        Private.
*          Caldwell Playschools.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
*          Catholic Schools.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
*          Charter Schools.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
*         
Draughon’s Business College.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
*         
Eagle Project.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.  See folder under Charter
                        Schools.
*          East Texas Christian Academy.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.  See folder
                        under Schools—Private.

%         "Education."  Vertical File.  Archives, SCHS.
*         
Education.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
*          Everheart, June.  "D. J. Epperson List of  School Children 1894-95."
                        East Texas Family Records 25 no. 2 (Summer 2001):  30-33.
+          Farmer, Mona.  “Education’s Quest for Best.”  Tyler Today (Fall 1989): 
                        11-20.  [all levels]
*         
Federal Institute of Tyler.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
+          Freeland, Alma Moore.  "Memoirs of School Days in Tyler and Some Smith
                       
County Schools."  History Files, Tyler Public Library.
*         
Grace Community School.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.  See folder under
                        Schools—Private.

*%#+    Henderson, Joseph Lindsey.  “Educational Memoirs of Joseph Lindsey
                       
Henderson.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 9 no. 1 (Spring 1970): 
                       
13-44.
           
“Higher Education in Tyler:  New Leaders, New Directions.”  Tyler Magazine
                        (Spring/Summer 1983):  16-20.  [George Hamm, UT-Tyler; Jimmy Ed
                        Clark, Texas College; Raymond Hawkins, TJC]
*         
King’s Academy Christian School.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.  See folder
                        under Schools—Private.

*%#+   Leath, Andrew L.  “Smith County Scholastics, Oct. 1854.”  Chronicles of Smith

                       
County, Texas
16 no. 2 (Winter 19777):  11-13, 41.
*%#+   Leath, Andy.  “100 Years of Smith County Aggies.”  Chronicles of Smith County,

                       
Texas
15 no. 2 (Winter 1976):  7.
*         
Morgan, Henry Miller (Tyler’s Black Barber College).  Vertical files.  Tyler Public
                        Library.  See Family Manuscript Cabinet.
*          Parent-Teacher Association—History.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.

*          Scholastic Census.  1925-1931.  Microfilm.
*         
Schools—Private.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.  See also folder under
                        Catholic Schools.

*%#+    “Schools [Starrville].”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 23 no. 1 (Summer

                       
1984):  73-74.

*         
Skills Training Center.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
           
Smith County Scholastic Census 1925-1927.  Austin, TX:  Texas State Library,
                       
State and Local Records Management Division, 1929.
*%#+   “Teachers in 1860.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 7 no. 1 (Spring 1968): 
                       
27.
           
White, Gifford E., comp.  Supplement to Texas Scholastics, 1854-55:  Smith

                        County, Tarrant County
.  Austin, TX:  G. White, 1981.  

EDUCATION—ANNA JUDSON FEMALE INSTITUTE
           
Handbook of Texas Online, s.v. "ANNA JUDSON FEMALE INSTITUTE,"
                        http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/AA/kba12.html
                        (accessed March 7, 2006).  

EDUCATION—ARP SCHOOL DISTRICT
           
Flewellen, Luzona Marie Ross.  “Proposed Adult Education Program for the Arp
                       
Colored School Community, Arp, Texas.”  M.S. thesis, Prairie View
                       
A&M College, 1950.
           
Johnson, Leo James.  “Development of the Arp Colored Vocational High School,
                       
Arp, Texas, as a Consolidated School.”  M.S. thesis, Prairie View A&M
                       
College, 1949.
           
Stubblefield, Ruby Simmons.  “Practices and Procedures for the Improvement of
                       
the Eighth Grade Social Studies Program in the Arp Elementary School.” 
                       
M.S. thesis, Prairie View A&M College, 1952.  

EDUCATION—BUTLER COLLEGE
%         Butler College.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Education.
*         
Butler College.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
          
Handbook of Texas Online, s.v. "BUTLER COLLEGE,"
                       
http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/BB/kbb23.html
                       
(accessed March 6, 2006).  

EDUCATION—CATHOLIC SCHOOL SYSTEM
*%#+   Coplen, Alma.  “Priest, Parish and People Build a School:  The Founding of St.
                       
Gregory.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 16 no. 2 (Winter 1977):  1-
                       
8.
*%#+    “Postcard From Our Past.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 36 no. 2 (Winter
                        1997):  23. [St. Gregory]  

EDUCATION--CHAPEL HILL INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT
*          Chapel Hill Independent School District.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
*          Chapel Hill Independent School District—Superintendents.  Vertical files.  Tyler
                        Public Library.
            Franklin, Luckie.  “Comparative Study of the Health Facilities of Jackson High
                       
School and Four Adjacent Schools in Smith County.”  M.S. thesis, Prairie
                       
View A&M College, 1949.  
            Gill, Peggy B.  “Community, Commitment, and African American Education: 
                       
The Jackson School of Smith County, Texas, 1925-1954.”  Journal of

                        African American History
87 (Spring 2002):  256-268.
           
Gill, Peggy Barnes.  ”Since We Bought the Land”:   Stories of Community in

                        Relation to School
.  Ed.D. dissertation, Stephen F. Austin State University,
                        2000.    [Jackson School, Smith County]

EDUCATION—CHARNWOOD INSTITUTE
           
Handbook of Texas Online, s.v. "CHARNWOOD INSTITUTE,"
                        http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/CC/kbc16.html
                        (accessed March 7, 2006).  

EDUCATION--CHILTON MILITARY INSTITUTE, TROUP
%         Chilton Military Academy.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society
                        Archives.  See folder under Education.
            Chilton Military Institute for Male and Female
[catalogue].  East Texas
                        Collection.  Archives, Stephen F. Austin State University Library. 
*#+    ________. Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 18 no. 2 (Winter 1979):  10-23.  

EDUCATION—COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS
&         Allen, Nathaniel R.  "A Study of the Instructional Staff in Rural School for
           
            Negroes in Smith County, Texas."  Thesis, Texas College, 1952-1953.
*          "Appropriation to Different Districts for the School Year Ending Aug. 31, 1907."
                        East Texas Family Records 19 no. 4 (Winter 1995):  39-40.
*%#+    “Bascom School, ca. 1899.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 23 no. 2 (Winter
           
            1984):  33.
*%#+   Boulter, R. S.  “Fifty-Four Years in Public School Education in Smith County.” 
           
            Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 19 no. 2 (Winter 1980):  1-18.
           
“Center Church and School.”  [photos]. 
           
            http://www.rootsweb.com/~txsmith/school/center/censchool.html. 
           
            Accessed 9 March 2006.

            Cross, Joe.  Sharptop School:  A  Reminiscent Story Tersely Told.  Dallas: 

                        Turner, 1937.
           
Dansby, Lera Henry.  “Study of the Status of Education for the Rural Negro of
                       
Smith County, Texas.”  M.S. thesis, Prairie View A&M College, 1949.
*          Davis, E.  E. and F. J. Adams.  A Study of Rural Schools in Smith County, Texas. 
                       
Austin:  University of Texas, 1923.
*%#+   “Flora [photo of school in early part of 20th century].  Chronicles of Smith County,

                       
Texas
25 no. 1 (Summer 1986):  back cover.
           
Freeland, Alma Moore.  “Memories of School Days: Tyler and Some Smith
                       
County Schools, 1898-1951—Readin’ Writin’ and ‘Rithmetic--Smith
                       
County, TX.” 
                       
ftp://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/tx/smith/history/school/freeland/reading.txt. 
                       
Accessed 9 March 2006.  
           
Freeland, Alma Moore.  “Memsories of Starrville School Teaching Days--Smith
                       
County, TX.” 
                       
ftp://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/tx/smith/history/school/starvile/starvile.txt. 
                       
Accessed 9 March 2006.
           
“Garden Valley School?  1920s”  [photo]. 
                       
http://www.rootsweb.com/~txsmith/school/garvaly/gv1.html.  Accessed 9
                       
March 2006.
*%#+   Gilbert, Randal B.  “The Development of the District School Systems of Smith
                       
County.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 11 no. 1 (Spring 1972):  1-8.

           
“Hardin School Picture.”  [late 1920s or early 1930s]. 
                       
http://www.rootsweb.com/~txsmith/school/arp/hardin1.html.  Accessed 9
                       
March 2006.
*%#+   Haynes, Mary K.  “Hopewell School..”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 21 no.

                       
1 (Summer 1982):  34-44.

&         Hunter, Martha Branch.  "A Study of the Reading Interests of Smith County,
                       
Texas, High School Seniors."  Thesis, Texas College, 1959.
*%#+   “Lanes Chapel School, ca. 1906-07.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 14 no. 1
                       
(Summer 1975):  64.
           
“Mt. Carmel School.” 
                       
http://www.rootsweb.com/~txsmith/school/mtcarmel/mtcarmel.html. 
                       
Accessed 9 March 2006.
           
Muckleroy, Effie Herreize.  “Conservation of Human Resources in Smith
                       
County.”  M.S. thesis, Prairie View A&M College, 1949.  (health
                       
education)
&          Murdock, N. H.  "Criteria for Promotion and Retention of Pupils in the Rural
                       
Elementary Schools in Smith County, Texas."  Thesis, Texas College,
                       
1954.
           
“Original Map of Mt. Carmel School.” 
                       
http://www.rootsweb.com/~txsmith/school/mtcarmel/mcmap.jpg. 
                       
Accessed 9 March 2006.
*%#+   “A Picture from Our Past.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 13 no. 2 (Winter
                       
1974):  22.  [Pine Springs School, 1924].
*%#+    “Pictures from Our Past.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 12 no. 1 (Summer
                       
1972):  17.  [Blackfork School, 1907].
*%#+   “Picture from Our Past.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 33 no. 2 (Winter
                       
1994):  18.  [Thompson School]
           
“Picture of Hebron School from around 1900.” 
                       
http://www.rootsweb.com/~txsmith/school/hebron/hebron.html.  Accessed
                       
9 March 2006.
*%#+   “Pierce School.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 21 no. 1 (Summer 1982): 
                       
20.
%          Pine Grove Colored School.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.
                        See folder under Education.
*%#+    “Readin’ & Ritin’ & Banjo Quartette.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 6 no. 2
                       
(Fall 1967):  back cover.  [Garden Valley High School, 1892].
*%#+    “Recess (Or Time Out from Books for the Traveling Photographer!)”  Chronicles

                       
of Smith County, Texas
12 no. 2 (Winter 1973):  29.  [Starrville]
&          Robinson, Eugene.  "An Appraisal of the Physical Education Program of the
                       
Negro Junior and Senior High Schools of Smith County, Texas."  Thesis,
                       
Texas College, 1959.
*%#+   “School Sights.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 8 no. 2 (Fall 1969):  45-58. 
                       
[photographs]
*%#+   “School Snaps [Starrville and Waters Bluff].  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas
                       
23 no. 1 (Summer 1984):  75.
           
Seals, Lizzie Emma.  “Study of How the Coordinated Program Functions in
                       
Community Life Development in Smith County, Texas.”  M.S. thesis,
                       
Prairie View A&M College, 1944.
%          Smith County Public Schools, Post World War I.  Vertical file.  Smith County
                        Historical Society Archives.  See folder under Education.
%          Smith County Public Schools, Pre World War I.  Vertical file.  Smith County
                        Historical Society Archives.  See folder under Education.
%          Smith County Schools History and Records.  Vertical file.  Smith County
                        Historical Society Archives.  See folder under Education.
%          Smith County Schools Miscellaneous.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical
                        Society Archives.  See folder under Education.

*%#+    “Starrville High School 1928.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 23 no. 2

                       
(Winter 1984):  back cover.

%         Starrville Male and Female Academy.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical
                        Society Archives.  See folder under Education.

&         Taylor, Mabel L.  "A Study of Public School Music and Community Music in
                       
Negro Elementary Schools of Smith County, Texas."  Thesis, Texas
                       
College, 1959.  

EDUCATION—EASTERN TEXAS FEMALE COLLEGE
           
Handbook of Texas Online, s.v. "EASTERN TEXAS FEMALE COLLEGE,"
                       
http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/EE/kbe4.html
                       
(accessed March 6, 2006).  

EDUCATION—HOPEWELL SCHOOL
%       First Annual Catalogue of Hopewell High School for the Year 1888.  Tyler: 
                       
Shockley Printer, 1888.  Original in Archives, SCHS.
*#+    ________.  Excerpts published in Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 21 (Summer
                       
1982):  38-44.  

EDUCATION—MISC. THESES AND DISSERTATIONS
           
Bratcher, Luther Burbank.  "The Effects of Wearing a Lifting Belt on Lumbar
           
            Curvature in Subjects Performing the Routine Back Squat."  M.Ed. thesis,
           
            Stephen F. Austin State University, 1996.  [subjects in Tyler, Texas,
           
            subject physical education]
           
Davis, David Carlton.  “Four Types of Day Care and Their Effects on the Well-
                       
Being of Children (Church, Home, Commercial, University.”  Ph.D.
                        dissertation, University of North Texas, 1995. [some data gathered from
                        Tyler, TX]
           
DeWitt, Rose.  "A Proposed Program for Child Development in Tyler, Texas." 
                       
Thesis, Texas Woman's University, 1952.  

EDUCATION—MISS DOD'S SCHOOL
*%#+   Burton, Morris S.  “Culture in the Cotton Country.”  Chronicles of Smith County,

                       
Texas
7 no. 2 (Fall 1968):  36-44.
%          Goodman, Sallie.  "Sketch of Miss Dod's School."  Goodman Papers.  Archives,
                       
SCHS [excerpts in Tyler-Courier-Times—Telegraph, May 17, 1964.]
%         Miss Dod's Select.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Education.
%         "Sans Souci" [Journal of the students in Miss Dod's Select School].  Archives,
                       
SCHS.
*%#+    ________.  Excerpts in Morris Burton, "Culture in the Cotton Country."     
                       
Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 7 (Fall 1968):  36-37.  

EDUCATION--ROSEDALE HIGH SCHOOL, MT. SYLVAN
*          Kindle, Betty.  "Smith County--Rosedale High School, Mt. Sylvan."  East Texas
                        Family Records
12 no. 1 (Spring 1988):  32-39.  [Reprint of Catalogue
                        for 1892-1893 session]
*%#+   “A Picture from Our Past:  Rosedale Academy, Mt. Sylvan.”  Chronicles of Smith

                       
County, Texas
18 no. 2 (Winter 1979):  6.
%         Rosedale Academy.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Education.

            Rosedale High School.  Catalogue of Rosedale High School, Mt. Sylvan, Smith

                        County, Texas, for 1887-1888, with Announcement for 1888-9
.  Tyler: 
                        Small and Burrus, 1888.
*          __________.  Catalogue of Rosedale High School, Mt. Sylvan, Smith County,

                        Texas, for Session of 1892-1893, with Announcement for Session of 1893-

                        1894.   
1893; rpt:  [Mt. Sylvan;] Pool and Conklin, 1961.  

EDUCATION—SMITH’S SCHOOL
*%#+    Woldert, J. George.  “Smith’s School/1866.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas
                       
3 no. 1 (Spring 1864):  24-25.  

EDUCATION—SUMMER HILL SELECT SCHOOL, OMEN
           
Brooks, Nat.  “Names of Ex-Students of Summer Hill Select School Who Became
                       
Lawyers that I Personally Knew, and Who Have Now Passed On.”             
                        http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/tx/smith/history/school/sumhill/brooks.txt. 
                       
Accessed 9 March 2006.
*%#+   Burton, Allyne.  “A. W. Orr’s Summer Hill Select School.”  Chronicles of Smith

                       
County, Texas
16 no. 1 (Summer 1977):  33-48.
            Burton, Allyne Hocutt.  “Summer Hill Select School:  A Chapter in the History of 
                       
East Texas Education.”  Thesis, Stephen F. Austin State College, 1957.
            “Charter of Summer Hill Select School.” 
                        ftp://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/tx/smith/history/school/sumhill/shcharter.txt. 
                       
Accessed 9 March 2006.
*          Childress, Joel Patrick, transcr.  "Smith County--Summer Hill Select School
                        Roll, 1876-1906."  East Texas Family Records 25 no. 2 (Summer
                        2001):  27-30.
*          Childress, Joel Patrick, transcr.  "Smith County--Summer Hill Select School
                        Roll 1876-1906."  East Texas Family Records 25 no. 3 (Fall 2001):
                        26-31.
           
Freeland, Alma Moore.  “Memories of School Days in Tyler and Some Smith
                       
County Schools--1898-1951—Omen School System—Summer Hill Select
                       
School.”  ftp://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/tx/smith/history/school/sumhill/omen.txt
                       
Accessed 9 March 2006.

%         The Omen Omelet.  Vertical File.  Archives, SCHS.
*%#+   “The Omen Omelet, March 1, 1901.”  Facsimile.  Chronicles of Smith County,

                       
Texas
11 no. 1 (Spring 1972):  36-39.
           
Orr, A. W.  Papers.  Archives, Stephen F. Austin State University Library,
                       
Nacogdoches, Texas.
*         
Summer Hill Select School.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
           
“Summer Hill Select School.” 
                       
http://www.rootsweb.com/~txsmith/school/sumhill/sumhill.html. 
                       
Accessed 9 March 2006.
           
Summer Hill Select School (Omen, Tex.).  Records, 1878-1968,  Held by Stephen
                        F. Austin State University.  
%         Summerhill Select School.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Education.

EDUCATION—TEXAS BAPTIST COLLEGE
            Handbook of Texas Online, s.v. "TEXAS BAPTIST COLLEGE,"
                       
http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/TT/kbt3.html
                       
(accessed March 6, 2006).  

EDUCATION—TEXAS COLLEGE
&         Fisher, Pauline A.  "Analysis of the Test Results of Beginning Freshmen Students
                       
in the Steps Reading Test at Texas College."  Thesis, Texas College, 1958.
           
Hancock, Allen.  Texas College:  Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow.  Tyler: 
                       
Texas College Alumni Association, 1967.
           
Handbook of Texas Online, s.v. "TEXAS COLLEGE,"
                       
http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/TT/kbt8.html
                       
(accessed March 6, 2006).
           
Handbook.  Rare History of Athletics for Texas Black College.  Bosque Crossing,
                       
1945.  Held by Baylor University Library.
&         Hunt, J. C.  "A Study of the Pre-Service Experiences Provided by the Public
                       
Schools for the Students of  Texas College."  Thesis, Texas College, 1956.
           
Jones, Bronté Denise.  “Restoring Accreditation in Two Private Texas
                        Historically Black Colleges.”  Ph.D. dissertation, University of Texas at
                        Austin, 2005.
           
“News: Texas College, Texas Christian Advocate, 1897-1900 - Smith County,
                       
TX.” 
                       
ftp://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/tx/smith/newspapers/afam/afam9700.txt. 
                       
Accessed 9 March 2006.
           
Pender, Minnie Lee Marshall.  "Preferences and Practices in the Purchase of
                       
Coats and Suits by Two Selected Groups of Women at Texas College,
                       
Tyler, Texas."  M.S.H.E. thesis, University of Texas, 1962.
           
The TC Bulletin.  Tyler, TX:  Office of Public Relations, Texas College,  1990s-         
%         Texas College.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Education.
*         
Texas College.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
           
“Texas College:  A Legacy of Strength and Excellence.”  Tyler Today (Summer
                        1996):  21-23.
           
Texas College.  Catalogue of Texas College.  Tyler, TX:  [s.n.], 1894-    .  Baylor
                       
University holds 1919-20, 1944-45, 1962, 1969-70, 1972-74, 1974-76,
                       
1976-78, 1978-80.
&         Texas College Charter.  Archives, Texas College Library, Tyler, Texas.
&         Texas College Vertical Files.  Items including information on mission statement,
                       
basketball, history, 1992 Founder's Day, 1984 self-study, administrator
                       
survey, alumni survey, Steer's Horn, application package—1982, chapel
                       
programs, schedules, Alumni Association, Longhorn, Founders' Day
                       
programs, opening convocations, Leap Year reunions, founders, expenses,
                       
home economics, library handbook, general anniversary program,
                       
commencement exercises, obituary—Dr. Jimmy Ed Clark, obituary—
                       
James W. Washington, Officers' Training Institute, athletes, Black history
                       
program, musicals, faculty meetings, brochures, communications,
                       
coronations, faculty and staff standing committees, Texas College Marks

                       
100 Years
, Mary G. Campbell players, memorandums, musicians, Purple
                       
& Gold Banquets, registration forms, Very Much Alive; Summer Normal
                       
School
           
Texas College Light.  Tyler, TX:  Office of Development, Texas College, 1997-
+          Thompson, Lloyd Kay.  “The Origins and Development of Black Religious
                        Colleges in East Texas.”  M.A. thesis, North Texas State University, 1976. 
                       
[Texas College]
           
Welch, Jerry Lee.  “An Evaluation of the Strategic Marketing and Enrollment
                        Management Strategies at the Five Private Four-Year Historically Black
                        Colleges of Texas.”  Ph.D. dissertation, University of Iowa, 1996.  

EDUCATION—TROUP SCHOOL DISTRICT      
           
Freeland, Alma Moore.  “The Troup Schools--Smith County, TX.” 
                       
ftp://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/tx/smith/history/school/troup/troup.txt. 
                       
Accessed 9 March 2006.
           
“Troup School, 1925, 1930” [photos]. 
                       
http://www.rootsweb.com/~txsmith/images/childress/troupschool.html. 
                       
Accessed 9 March 2006.  

EDUCATION—TYLER COLLEGE
           
“Tyler College--Tyler, Smith County, TX –1900.” 
                       
ftp://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/tx/smith/history/school/tylercola.txt. 
                       
Accessed 9 March 2006.

EDUCATION—TYLER COMMERCIAL COLLEGE
*%#+   Burton, Morris S.  “America’s Largest Business Training University.”  Chronicles

                       
of Smith County, Texas
10 no. 2 (Fall 1971):  33-39.
           
“Carnegie Library and Tyler Commercial College.”  [postcards]. 
                       
http://www.rootsweb.com/~txsmith/images/pictures/tyler/tcclib.html. 
                       
Accessed 9 March 2006.
           
“Letter to Miss Pearl L. Davis.” 
                       
http://www.rootsweb.com/~txsmith/school/tcc/tccdavis.html.  Accessed 9
                       
March 2006.
*%#+   [Pen-Art Certificate, 1931].  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 12 no. 2 (Winter
                       
1973):  back cover.
*%#+    “Pictures from Our Past.” Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 11 no. 1 (Spring
                       
1972):  13.
%         Tyler Commercial College.  Vertical  file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.
                        See folder under Education.
*         
Tyler Commercial College.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
           
Tyler Commercial College:  Department of Penmanship, Designing, Show Card

                        Writing, Art and Cartooning
.  Tyler, TX:  Tyler Commercial College,
                        1900s.  Held by Southern Methodist University, Degolyer Library.  

EDUCATION—TYLER INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT
*            Administration Response to Report of Citizens Advisory Committee High School

           
            Area Study
.  Tyler:  Tyler Independent School District, 1988.
*         
Alcalde—1937.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
*          The Alcalde.  Tyler:  Tyler High School, 1909-    .  Tyler Public Library has 1909,
           
            1911, 1913-1918, 1920, 1922, 1926-1929, 1937-1940, 1950, 1956, 1958.
*          The Alcalde.  Tyler:  John Tyler High School, 1960-    .  Tyler Public Library has
           
            1960, 1965, 1968, 1971-1974, 1979, 1981-1982, 1984.
           
Austin, Effie.  “Study of the Attitudes of Parent-Teachers Toward Modern
           
            Education in the Negro Elementary Schools of Tyler, Texas.”  M.S. thesis,
           
            Prairie View A&M College, 1947.
           
Barron, Robin Gayle.  "Color in Architecture:  Developmental Educational Center
                       
for Deaf Children, Tyler, Texas."  B.Arch. thesis, Texas Tech University,
                       
1993.
*%#+   “The Beginning of the End.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 7 no. 2 (Fall
                       
1968):  back cover.  [printed program for Tyler High School’s first
                       
graduating class, 1888].
&          Boswell, Franchell.  "A Study of the Slow Learners of the Seventh Grade in
           
            Social Studies in Emmett Scott Junior High School, Tyler, Texas." 
           
            Thesis, Texas College, 1954.
%         Camp Tyler.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Education.
*         
Camp Tyler.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.  See folder Tyler Independent School
                        District.

+          “Camp Tyler:  Authentic, Real World, Hands-on Science for Children.”  Tyler
                        Today
(Summer 2002):  26-28.
           
Campbell, Mae Moore.  “Academic and Professional Record Mae Moore
           
            Campbell--Smith County, TX.” 
                        ftp://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/tx/smith/history/school/freeland/mmcprord.txt
                       
Accessed 9 March 2006.
           
Carr, Dorothy Henderson.  "A Study of Factors Associated With Early 
                       
Withdrawals from High School"  M.Ed. thesis, University of Texas, 1951. 
           
Clough, George Obadiah.  "A Survey of the Public Schools of Tyler, Texas ..." 
                       
M.A. thesis, University of Texas, 1924.
           
DeLarot, Anna Marie.  "A Study of the Religious Attitudes and the Mental Health
                       
of Girls Enrolled in Health and Physical Education at Robert E. Lee High
                       
School, Tyler, Texas."  Thesis, Texas Woman's University, 1960.
           
Delley, Vernell V.  “A Study of Environmental Factors That Influence
                       
Achievement in Language Arts in the Fifth Grade at Peete Elementary
                       
School, Tyler, Texas.”  M. Ed. thesis, Texas Southern University, 1966.
*%#+    [Diploma for Catherine Grinnan, Tyler High School, 1891].  Chronicles of Smith

                       
County, Texas
30 no. 2 (Winter 1991):  back cover.
+          Donaldson, George, Lou Donaldson, Mary Lou Dudley, and Jim Dudley.  “Camp
                        Tyler:  ‘One Community, One Camp.’”  Tyler Life 1 no. 9 (September
                        1984):  16-19.
%          Douglas School.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Education.
*%#+   “Early Commencements.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 13 no. 1 (Summer
                       
1974):  68-69, back cover.  [commencement programs for Tyler High
                       
School, 1889, 1895, 1891]
%         Elementary Schools TISD.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.
                        See folder under Education.
*         
Emmett Scott High School Band.  See manuscript by Johnnie L. Taylor Seastrunk. 
                        Tyler Public Library.

           
“Emmett J. Scott High School, 1918-1970 - Reunion 2000 - Smith County, TX.” 
                       
ftp://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/tx/smith/history/school/scott/esreu2000.txt. 
                       
Accessed 9 March 2006.
%         Emmett Scott.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See folder
                        under Education.

            Furse, P. J.  “An Era Lost, But Not Forgotten:  Emmett Scott High School.”  Tyler
                        Today
(Winter 1995):  25-27.
           
Garland, William Mason.  “A Study of Possible Factors Related to Pupil
                        Elimination in Tyler, Texas, High School in 1925-26.”  M.A. thesis,
                        University of Texas, 1927.
           
“Gary Elementary School - 1959-60” [photo]. 
                       
http://www.rootsweb.com/~txsmith/school/gary/1959-60.html.  Accessed
                       
9 March 2006.
           
“Gary School—Graduation Exercises--1923, Tyler, Smith County, TX.” 
                       
ftp://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/tx/smith/history/school/gary/garyhi7.txt. 
                       
Accessed 9 March 2006.
*%#+    “Graded School Journal, by the High School, Tyler, Texas, December 1886.” 
                       
Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 14 no. 1 (Summer 1975):  8-12.
           
Green-Causey, Ruther.  "The Impact of Experience with Inclusion on Elementary
                       
Teachers' Attitudes Toward the Integration of Students with Disabilities." 
                       
Ed.D. dissertation, Mississippi State University, 1999.  [Tyler
                       
Independent School District]
           
Hart, Walter.  "A Study of High School Failures in Tyler, Texas."  M.Ed. thesis,
                       
University of Texas, 1940.
*          [Henderson, Joseph Lindsey.]  Educational Memoirs of Joseph Lindsey

                        Henderson
.  Austin:  Von Boeckmann-Jones, 1940.
           
Hilliard, A. G.  The First Thirty Years.  Tyler, TX:  Tyler Independent School
                        District, 1974.
           
Hilliard, Seretha E.  “The Selection and Instruction of a Select Group of Superior
                       
Children at the T. J. Austin Elementary School, Tyler, Texas.”  M.S.
                       
thesis, Prairie View A&M College, 1959.
%         Histories TISD Schools.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society
                        Archives.  See folder under Education.

           
“A History of Tyler, Texas Through Postcards.  Category: Buildings – Schools.” 
                       
http://www.geocities.com/rkrtytx/typc-scho01.htm.  Accessed 9 March
                       
2006.
           
Irons, Edwin Hollis.  "A Comparison of Reasons and Causes of Withdrawal for
                       
White and Negro Drop-Outs in the Secondary Schools, Tyler, Texas." 
                       
M.Ed. thesis, University of Texas, 1955.
%         John Tyler.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Education.
*         
John Tyler High School.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
           
Kimbrough, Bettye Jayne.  “A Suggested Program of Music Education for the
                       
Negro Elementary Schools of Tyler, Texas Grades 1-6.”  M.S. thesis,
                       
Prairie View A&M College, 1958.
*%#+   Leach, Ed.  “1930:  Tyler High School’s Championship Game.”  Chronicles of

                       
Smith County, Texas
21 no. 2 (Winter 1982):  1-14, back cover.
*          The Legend.  Tyler:  Robert E. Lee High School, 1959-    .  Tyler Public Library
                       
has 1959-1965, 1971, 1974, 1983-1995.
*#+      Lewis, Zella.  Be It Remembered:  The First Century of Public Education in

                        Tyler, 1882-1982
.  Tyler:  Tyler Independent School District, 1982.
           
Looking Back:  1992-1982:  Tyler Independent School District.  [Tyler, Tex.?: 
                       
Tyler Independent School district?, 1982.  Held by the University of Texas
                        at Arlington.
*%#+   Mardock, Lucille.  “The Class of O-Five.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 16
                       
no. 2 (Winter 1977):  38-40.  [Tyler High School]
%         Marsh School.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Education.

           
Mathis, Franklin Monroe.  “A Survey of the Public Schools of Tyler, Texas, from
                       
1924-1934.”  M.Ed. thesis, University of Texas, 1934.
           
Matthews, Alma Buckner.  “A Community Develops Camp Tyler.”  M.S. thesis,
                        East Texas State College, 1959.
%         Middle Schools TISD.  Vertical files.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.
                        See folder under Education.

           
Mings, Billie.  "An Evaluation of a Unit in Child Development Based on Needs
                       
and Interests Indicated by Tyler High School Homemaking Students." 
                       
Thesis, Texas Woman's University, 1958.
           
“Miss Mildred Littlejohn's 1st Grade Class - 1942 - Gary Elementary School,
                       
Tyler” [photo]. 
                       
http://www.rootsweb.com/~txsmith/school/gary/1st1942.html.  Accessed
                       
9 March 2006.
           
Moore, John R.  “Academic and Professional Record, John R. Moore--Smith
                       
County, TX.” 
                       
ftp://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/tx/smith/history/school/freeland/jrmprord.txt. 
                       
Accessed 9 March 2006.
           
Morton, Lena Beatrice.  “Patterns of Language Usage:  A Study of Tyler’s Negro
                        Elementary Schools.”  [Texas:  s.n., 1965].  Held by Texas A&M
                        University—Commerce and University of Texas at Austin.
           
Nash, Max Eugene.  “Relationship Between Myers-Briggs Type Indicator Types
                        and Success in the International Baccalaureate Program.”  Ed.D.
                        dissertation, Texas A&M University—Commerce, 1999. [John Tyler High
                        School]
           
Outdoor Education in Tyler.  Tyler, TX:  Tyler Public Schools, 1964.
           
Overall, Thelma Hazel.  “A Descriptive Study of the Availability and Use of
                        Community Resources in the Tyler Independent School District, Tyler,
                        Texas.”  Ph.D. dissertation, East Texas State University, 1971.  Ann
                        Arbor, MI:  University Microfilms, 1981.
           
Penn, Sheryl Ann.  "The Relationship Between Response Selection and Teacher
                       
Performance in the Classroom."  Ed.D. dissertation, Baylor University,
                        1989.    [Tyler Independent School District]
*%#+   [Photograph, Tyler High School, 1905].  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 11

                       
no. 1 (Spring 1972):  14.

*%#+   “A Picture from Our Past.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 21 no. 2 (Winter

                       
1982):  33.  [1930 Tyler High School basketball team]
           
“Pictures of Percy Richardson's Classes” [Douglas Elementary, Tyler, 1920s]. 
                        http://www.rootsweb.com/~txsmith/images/pictures/tylschool/tylschol.html. 
                       
Accessed 9 March 2006.

*%#+   “Portrait of Pennybacker’s Pupils.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 16 no. 2

                       
(Winter 1977):  back cover.
*         
Robert E. Lee High School.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
%         Robert E. Lee HS.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Education.
*         
Rose Stadium.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
&         Ross, Carl.  "Occupational Opportunities Offered High School Pupils of Tyler,
                       
Texas with Implications for the Future."  Thesis, Texas College, 1955.
+          Rowlett, Bob and Nancy Garcia.  “Camp Tyler Celebrates 50 Years of Memories.” 
                        Tyler Today
(Winter 1999):  19-20.
%         School Board.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Education.
%         School Legislation.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Education.
*         
Scott, Emmett Jay (1873-1957).  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
           
Spencer, Myrtle Bledsoe.  A Program of Parental Education in the Public
                       
Schools, Tyler, Texas.”  M.S. thesis, Prairie View A&M College, 1956.
*         
Stewart Middle School.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
+          Texas Performance Review.  School Performance Review Progress Report, Tyler

                        Independent School District:  A Report
.  Austin:  Texas Comptroller of
                        Public Accounts, 1997.
+          Thompson, Helen.  "Reporter:  Statewide:  Rebel Rousers."  Texas Monthly 22 no.
                       
4 (April 1994):  74-78.
%         TISD.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See Boxes.
%         TISD Educators.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Education.
%         TISD Inventory.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Education.
%         TISD Personnel.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Education.
           
Travis, Leona Mae Hargadine.  "A Study of the Music Supervisory Needs of
                       
Elementary Classroom Teachers in Tyler, Texas."  M.Mus. thesis,
                       
University of Texas, 1955.
           
Turner, LaVerne Emmons.  "A Study of Specific Supervisory Activities in Tyler,
                       
Texas, Elementary Schools."  M.A. thesis, Texas State College for
                       
Women, 1956.

+          Turner, Pat.  “The Blue and the Red.”  Tyler Life 1 no. 2 (Nov. 1984):  4-7, 56-61.
*         
Tyler High School—Class Reunions, 1935, 1936, 1937, 1938, 1942.  Vertical files. 
                        Tyler Public Library.

%         Tyler High School.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Education.

           
“Tyler High School and Tyler Junior College—The Alcalde—1927--Tyler, Smith
                       
County, Texas.”             
                        ftp://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/tx/smith/history/school/ths/alcald27.txt. 
                       
Accessed 9 March 2006.
           
“Tyler High School and Tyler Junior College—The Alcalde—1929--Tyler, Smith
                       
County, Texas.” 
                       
ftp://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/tx/smith/history/school/ths/alcald29.txt. 
                       
Accessed 9 March 2006.
           
“Tyler High School—The Alcalde--1924---Tyler, Smith County, TX.” 
                       
ftp://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/tx/smith/history/school/ths/alcalde24.txt. 
                       
Accessed 9 March 2006.
           
“Tyler High School, Tyler, Texas.”  [postcard, 1915]. 
                       
http://www.rootsweb.com/~txsmith/images/pictures/tyler/ths.html. 
                       
Accessed 9 March 2006.
*          Tyler High School, Tyler, Texas, 1947-1950.  Tyler:  Tyler High School Class of
                        1950, 1995.
*         
Tyler High Schools—Graduation—Newspaper Listings.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public
                        Library.

%         Tyler High--Wheely Collection.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society
                        Archives.  See folder under Education.
*         
Tyler Independent School District, 2002-    .  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
+          Tyler Independent School District.  Academic Excellence Indicator System. 
                       
Tyler:  Tyler Independent School System, 1993-    .
*          __________.  Organization and Growth of the Tyler Public Schools, 1876-1962. 

                        Tyler:  n.p., 1962.

*          __________.  Some Memories of Our Public School from 1892-1925.  Tyler: 
                        n.p., 1965.
*          __________.  Story of Educational Progress in Tyler Public Schools.  Tyler: 
                        n.p., 1940.
*          __________.  TISD Budget.  Tyler, TX:  Tyler Independent School District, 1988-
                       
1989, 2000-2001.
*          __________.  Tyler School Names and Their Origins.  Tyler:  Tyler Public
                        Schools, 1971.
*         
Tyler Independent School District—Board.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
*          Tyler Independent School District—Bonds.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
*         
Tyler Independent School District—Brochures and Pamphlets.  Vertical files.  Tyler
                        Public Library.
*          Tyler Independent School District—Camp Tyler.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
*          Tyler Independent School District—Elementary Schools.  Vertical file.  Tyler Public
                        Library.
*          Tyler Independent School District—Fine Arts.  Vertical file.  Tyler Public Library.
*          Tyler Independent School District—Integration.  Vertical file.  Tyler Public Library.
*          Tyler Independent School District—Justice Department.  Vertical file.  Tyler Public
                        Library.
*          Tyler Independent School District—Middle Schools.  Vertical file.  Tyler Public
                        Library.
*          Tyler Independent School District—Principals.  Vertical file.  Tyler Public Library.
*          Tyler Independent School District—Prior to 2002.  Vertical file.  Tyler Public
                        Library.
*          Tyler Independent School District—Superintendents.  Vertical file.  Tyler Public
                        Library
*          Tyler Independent School District—TAAS Test.  Vertical file.  Tyler Public Library
*          Tyler Independent School District—Teachers.  Vertical file.  Tyler Public Library.
*          Tyler Independent School District—Transfers.  Vertical file.  Tyler Public Library
*         
Tyler Independent School District—Zoning.  Vertical file.  Tyler Public Library.
           
VanPotter, Mattie Neal.  A Diagnostic and Corrective Study of the First, Second,
           
            and Third Grade Arithmetic in the William Anderson Peete Elementary
           
            School of Tyler, Texas.”  M.S. thesis, Prairie View A&M College, 1949.

&          Watson, O'Biner Winkfield.  "A Study of the Achievement in Science of the
                       
Fourth Grades at W. A. Peete Elementary School of Tyler, Texas." 
                       
Thesis, Texas College, 1959.
           
Whitmill, Lucille B.  “A Comparative Study of the Business Education
                        Curriculum in the Three Tyler Public High Schools with
                        Recommendations For Changes.”  M.A. thesis, East Texas State
                        University, 1966.
           
Williams, Pauline P.  “A Comparative Study of the Personal and Social
                        Adjustment of the Seventh, Eighth, and Ninth Grade Girls Enrolled in M.
                        W. Dogan Junior High School in Tyler, Texas.”  M.S. thesis, Prairie View
                        A&M College, 1963.
           
Wirasasmita, Ade D.  “A Study of the Teaching Performance of Vocational
                        Industrial Teachers in Selected High Schools in Texas.  Ed.D. dissertation,

                        1983.

           
“Yearbook 1909 - Tyler High School, Tyler, Smith Co, TX.” 
                       
ftp://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/tx/smith/history/school/ths/yearbk09.txt. 
                       
Accessed 9 March 20006.  

EDUCATION—TYLER JUNIOR COLLEGE
            Anderson, Becca.  "TJC's Brundrett Garden:  A Local Woman's Hobby Becomes
                        a Living Legacy."  Tyler Today (Spring 2006):  31-32.
*          The Apache.  Tyler:  Tyler Junior College, 1900s-    .  Tyler Public Library has
           
            1963, 1967, 1969-1970, 1972-1976, 1979, 1980   
*         
Apache Belles.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
           
Armstrong, Johnnie Lee.  "A Terminal Secretarial Training Program for Tyler
           
            Junior College.  M.B.A. thesis, University of Texas, 1951.
*%#+   Ballard, R. M., Jr.  “Tyler Junior College:  The Early Years.”  Chronicles of Smith

           
            County, Texas
13 no. 2 (Winter 1974):  11-22.
            Ballard, Robert M.  “Tyler Junior College:  Its Founding, Growth, and
                        Development.”  Ph.D. dissertation, East Texas State University, 1971.

           
Clinkscales, Louise Street.  “A Follow-Up Study of Secretarial Students of Tyler
                        Junior College for the Three-Year Period 1958-1960 Inclusive.”  M.B.A.
                        thesis, East Texas State College, 1961.
+          Cross, Linda.  “Tyler Junior College Celebrates 75th Anniversary.  TJC:  1945-
                        2001.”  Tyler Today (Winter 2001):  44-46.
*#+      Cross, Linda Brown and Robert W. Glover.  A History of Tyler Junior College: 

                        1926-1986
.  Tyler:  Tyler Junior college, 1985.
+          Cross, Linda and Robert W. Glover.  “Tyler Junior College Celebrates 75th
                        Anniversary.”  Tyler Today (Fall 2001):  41-48.
           
Crow, Evelyn C.  “The Library Orientation Program at Tyler Junior College,
                       
Tyler, Texas.”  M.A. thesis, East Texas State College, 1963.
           
Dance, Kenneth Edward.  “The Impact of Master Planning on Institutional
                        Effectiveness.”  Ph.D. dissertation, University of Texas at Austin, 1988. 
                       
[Tyler Junior College]
           
Fuller, Walter Andrew, III.  “Toward Developing a Predictive Model of Computer
                        Use by Community/Junior College Faculty.”  Ph.D. dissertation, Texas
                        A&M University, 1994.
           
Glenn, Amy S.  "A Comparison of Distance Learning and Traditional Learning
                       
Environments."  Ed.D. dissertation, Texas A&M—Commerce, 2001. 
                       
[Tyler Junior College]
           
Handbook of Texas Online, s.v. "TYLER JUNIOR COLLEGE,"
                       
http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/TT/kct40.html
                       
(accessed March 6, 2006).
*         
Hudnall Planetarium.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
           
Jones, Mark Charles.  “Helping Students to Improve Their Relationships With
                        Their Parents Through the Baptist Student Ministry of Tyler Junior
                        College, Tyler, Texas.” D.Min. dissertation, Samford University, 1999.
*%#+    McNamara, Mary Jane.  “Tyler Junior College Apache Belles and Apache Band.” 
                       
Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 26 no. 1 (Summer 1987):  17-27.
           
"Partnership Approved [Tyler Junior College and University of Texas at Tyler]." 
                       
CB Report 29 no. 4 (October-December 1994):  3.
           
Preast, Katie Louise.  "Placement of Students in Mathematics Courses According
                       
to TASP Test Scores and Course Reading Levels (Texas Academic Skills
                       
Program)."  Ed.D. dissertation, Texas A&M University—Commerce,
                       
1998.  [Tyler Junior College]

+          “RTDC & Aubrey Sharpe Celebrate 10 Years.”  Tyler Today (Fall 1999):  42-45.

+          Sidnell, Robert G.  “The Influence of the Tyler Junior College on the Fine Arts
                        Culture of Tyler, Texas.”  Ph.D. dissertation, University of Texas at
                        Austin, 1960.  Ann Arbor, MI:  University Microfilms, 1960.
%          Texas Eastern, Nursing.  Vertical file. Smith County Historical Society Archives.
                        See folder under Education.
%         TJC Band and Belles.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.
                        See folder under Education.

#          TJC Project 2001:  Acting Now to Access the Need of the New Century

                       
[videorecording].  [Tyler, TX:  Tyler Junior College, 199-?].
%         Tyler Junior College.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.
                        See folder under Education.
*         
Tyler Junior College.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
           
“Tyler Junior College—The Apache--1938-39--Tyler, Smith County, Texas.” 
                       
ftp://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/tx/smith/history/school/tjc/apache39.txt. 
                       
Accessed 9 March 2006.
           
“Tyler Junior College--"The Mascaras" - May 10, 1928 Shakespearian Play to be
                       
Presented.” 
                       
ftp://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/tx/smith/history/school/tjc/mascar28.txt. 
                       
Accessed 9 March 2006.
}
           
"Tyler Seeks Plastics Degree [Tyler Junior College]."  CB Report 28 no. 3 (July-
                       
September 1993):  8.
           
Wheat, John Richard.  "Effects of Certain Affective and Cognitive Variables on
                       
Performance in College Algebra."  Ed.D. dissertation, East Texas State
                       
University, 1990.  [Tyler Junior College]
           
Wheelan, Belle Louise Smith.  “An Analysis of the Role Perceptions of Chief
                        Executive Officers and Trustees in Texas Community College Districts.” 
                       
Ph.D. dissertation, University of Texas at Austin, 1984.  

EDUCATION—TYLER UNIVERSITY
           
Handbook of Texas Online
, s.v. "TYLER UNIVERSITY,"
                       
http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/TT/kbt34.html
                       
(accessed March 6, 2006).
%         Tyler University.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.
                        See folder under Education.

           
Tyler University.  Catalogue of the Trustees, Officers and Students of Tyler

                        University, Tyler, Texas:  For the Second Scholastic Year Ending July 14th
                        1854
.  Tyler:  Printed by W. H. Parsons and Bro., Telegraph Office, 1854. 
                       
Held by Yale University.  

EDUCATION--UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AT TYLER
           
Allen, Harold.  Tyler State College:  The Founding.  Commerce, TX:  East Texas
                       
Bicentennial Oral History Consortium, 1975.
*         
Cowan Center.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.  See folder under University of
                        Texas at Tyler.
           
Dunham, George Sheldon.  "Selected Experimental Instructional Strategies in
                       
Collegiate Training of Maintenance Management Information Systems." 
                       
Ed.D. dissertation, East Texas State University, 1987.  [University of
                       
Texas at Tyler]
           
Epstein, Herbert Bernard.  “Insights into the UT-Tyler MBA Program:  Concepts,
                        Output, and Relevance.”  Ed.D. dissertation, Texas A&M University,
                        1993.
+          Halbert, Carolyn.  “Given to the Glory of God & UT Tyler.”  Tyler Today (Fall
                        2001):  53-55.  [Riter Millennium Carillon Tower and Plaza]
           
Handbook of Texas Online, s.v. "UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AT TYLER,"
                       
http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/UU/kcu45.html
                       
(accessed March 6, 2006).
           
Rainwater, Stephen Bryant.  "Predictive Effects of Community College Student
                       
Characteristics on Academic Achievement in Computer Science at an
                       
Upper-Division University."  Ed.D. dissertation, East Texas State
                       
University, 1989.  [University of Texas at Tyler]
%          Texas Eastern University.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society
                        Archives.  See folder under Education.
*         
Texas Eastern University.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
*         
Tyler State College.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.  See folders under
                        Texas Eastern University.

%         University of Texas at Tyler.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society
                        Archives.  See folder under Education.
*         
University of Texas at Tyler.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
+          University of Texas at Tyler.  Fact Book.  Tyler:  University of Texas at Tyler,
                        2000-
           
University of Texas at Tyler.  Five Year Plan for University of Texas at Tyler

                        Computer Services, 1983-1987
.  Tyler:  University of Texas at Tyler,
                        1982.  Held by Texas State Library.
           
University of Texas at Tyler, Automated Data Processing Review.  Austin, TX: 
                       
Systems Division, Office of the State Auditor, 1984.
           
Woolf, J. R. and William E. Reeves.  “Planning and Developing an Upper Level
                        Senior College:  A Study for the Texas College and University System
                        Coordinating Board.”  [S.l.:  s.n.], 1974.  

EDUCATION—WHITEHOUSE SCHOOL DISTRICT
           
Freeland, Alma Moore.  “Memories of Whitehouse School Days--Smith County,
                       
TX.” 
                       
ftp://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/tx/smith/history/school/whthouse/whtehous.txt 
                       
Accessed 9 March 2006.  

EDUCATION—WINONA SCHOOL DISTRICT
&          Browne, Norvetta.  "A Study of Some Factors Which Promoted Teaching
           
            Efficiency in Twelve East Texas Negro Schools with Emphasis on the
           
            Winona Colored High School."  Thesis, Texas College, 1959.
           
“Winona PTA - 1950's; Starrville School Bus [photos].” 
                       
http://www.rootsweb.com/~txsmith/school/winona/winpta50.html. 
                       
Accessed 9 March 2006.
           
“Winona School – 1925 [photo]. 
                       
http://www.rootsweb.com/~txsmith/school/winona/1925pic.html. 
                       
Accessed 9 March 2006.  

ENTERTAINMENT—See MUSIC, THEATER

ETHNIC GROUPS—GENERAL
*         
Race Relations.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
           
“Smith County Naturalization Record Applications & Final Judgment, Book 1
                       
[1893-1906].  http://www.rootsweb.com/~txsmith/special/natural.html. 
                       
Accessed 13 March 2006.

ETHNIC GROUPS—AFRICAN AMERICANS.  See also CENSUS, EDUCATION, RELIGION
 %        African American Leaders.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society
                        Archives.  See folder under Miscellaneous. 
          
“African-American Marriages From the Files of Ken Stebbings.” 
                        http://www.rootsweb.com/%7eusgenweb/tx/smith/marriage2.html. 
                       
Accessed 10 March 2006.
%         African American Men.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society
                        Archives.  See folder under Miscellaneous.
%         African American Organizations.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical
                        Society Archives.  See folder under Miscellaneous.

           
“African-American--Texas Christian Advocate, 1889-1890 - Smith County, TX.” 
                       
ftp://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/tx/smith/newspapers/afam/aa8990.txt. 
                       
Accessed 9 March 2006.
%         African American Women.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society
                        Archives.  See folder under Miscellaneous.

           
“BIO:  Emma Taylor, Slave - Smith County, TX.” 
                       
ftp://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/tx/smith/bios/slave/taylore.txt. 
                       
Accessed 9 March 2006.  
           
“BIO:  Preely Coleman, Slave - Smith County, TX.” 
                       
ftp://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/tx/smith/bios/slave/colemanp.txt. 
                       
Accessed 9 March 2006.
           
“BIO:  Willis Woodson, Slave - Smith County, TX.” 
                       
ftp://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/tx/smith/bios/slave/woodsonw.txt. 
                       
Accessed 9 March 2006.
*         
Black History Month—February newspaper insert.  Rare Book Case.  Tyler
                        Public Library.

*#+     Calloway, Ethel and Katie Stewart.  "The Ethnic Contribution, Part 1—The Black
                       
Experience:  A History of Blacks in Tyler and Smith County."  In Glover
                       
and Cross, eds.  Tyler and Smith County, pp.185-200.
           
“Death Records from African-American Funeral Home Programs.” 
                        http://www.rootsweb.com/~txsmith/africam.htm.  (Toward the bottom of
                        the page).  Accessed 10 March 2006.
           
Delley, Alma V., ed.  ”Voices” from the Pulpit, 1885-1985.  [Tyler, TX]:  Beal,
                       
1986?
           
“Dewberry Family Tree.” 
                       
http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~jamesdewberry/.  Accessed 9
                       
March 2006.
            Furse, P. J.  “The Soul of the City.” Tyler Today (Winter 1992):  12-16.
*%#+   Glover, R. W.  “. . . I’m Here Yit.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 13 no. 1
                       
(Summer 1974):  28-39 [sic].  [recollections of Irving Anderson, a former
                       
slave]
*+N     Green, Helen G.  East Texas Daughter.  Fort Worth:  TCU Press, 2003.
*           Hallman, Patsy Spurrier.  Psalm of Life:  Willie Lee Campbell Glass.  Austin: 
                       
Eakin Press, 1998.
           
“Jack Haddock & Joe Walthal Convicted of Bootlegging, 1916, Smith Co, TX.” 
                       
ftp://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/tx/smith/newspapers/afam/hadwalt.txt. 
                       
Accessed 9 March 2006.
           
“Jas. L. Smith, 27 Sep 1905, Smith County, TX.” 
       
                ftp://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/tx/smith/newspapers/crthouse/jlsmith.txt. 
                       
Accessed 9 March 2006.
           
“Jim King—Burned at the Stake--Smith County, 1895.” 
                       
ftp://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/tx/smith/newspapers/afam/kingjim.txt. 
                       
Accessed 9 March 2006.
*         
Juneteenth.  Vertical file.  Tyler Public Library.
*          Langston, Tressie L. Lacy.  Tressie Upon These Rocks. . . :  Living in a Land that

                       
is Filled With Trouble, A Refuge is Needed in the Time of Storms
. 
                       
Corsicana, TX:  Tressie L. Lacy Langston, 1997.
*          Lowery, Joseph.  The Afro-American Family:  Historical Strengths for the New

                       
Century
  [videorecording].  [S.l.]:  TDK, 1985.  Taped address delivered at
                       
Caldwell Auditorium, Tyler, Texas, on February 15, 1985.
*          Morton, Lena Beatrice.  My First Sixty Years:  Passion for Wisdom.  New York:                         
                       
Philosophical Library, 1965. 
           
“Murder of Peter Cooper, 1875 - Smith County, TX.” 
                       
ftp://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/tx/smith/newspapers/misc/blmurder.txt. 
                       
Accessed 9 March 2006.
*%#+   Murphy, Clifford.  “The Story of True Vine Baptist Church.”  Chronicles of Smith

                       
County, Texas
30 no. 2 (Winter 1991):  14-18.
*         
National Association for the Advancement of Colored People.  Vertical file.  Tyler Public
                        Library.

           
National Association for the Advancement of Colored People.  NAACP

                       
Administration 1956-65.  General Office File.  Housing—Texas—Dallas-
                       
Tyler, 1956-62
.  Bethesda, MD:  University Microfilms of America, 1995.
           
“Negro Woman Struck by Automobile this Afternoon - Smith County, TX.”             
                       
ftp://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/tx/smith/newspapers/misc/brwnacid.txt. 
                       
Accessed 9 March 2006.
           
“News Reports Concerning Negroes in Smith County, TX--1859-1875.” 
                       
ftp://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/tx/smith/newspapers/misc/negro.txt. 
                       
Accessed 9 March 2006.
*%#+   Parker, June T.  “The Flewellen Slave Cemetery.”  Chronicles of Smith County,

                       
Texas
28 no. 2 (Winter 1989):  50-52.
*%#+   Potts, Loretta.  “Duck Creek Missionary Baptist Church:  An Oral History: 
                       
Interview by Loretta Potts, September 3, 1994.”  Chronicles of Smith

                        County, Texas
36 no. 1 (Summer 1997):  1-9.
           
Rabe, Elizabeth R.  "Richard Bennett Hubbard, Jr. and the African-Americans on
                       
the Hubbard Plantation."  Texas Historian 56 no. 1 (September 1995):  4-
                       
7.

            Redwine, W. A.  Brief History of the Negro in Five Counties.  Tyler:  n.p., 1901.

*%#+   __________.  Reprinted in Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 11 no. 2 (Spring
           
            1972):   13-70.
*          Shivers, Dauphine and Hazel B. Webster, comps.  Top Ladies of Distinction,

                       
Incorporated:  National Origin
.  Houston:  H. Webster, 1994.
           
“The Slaves of Caleb Barron, Smith County, TX.” 
                        ftp://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/tx/smith/wills/barron.txt.  Accessed
                        10 March 2006.
           
“Smith County Apprentice Records, 1867-1870.” 
                       
http://www.rootsweb.com/~txsmith/african-am/apprentice.html.  Accessed
                       
9 March 2006.
*          Smith, Edith.  "No Land—Only Slaves!".  Dallas, TX:  E. Smith & V. Lehman,
                       
2001-    .  v. 9—Slave records abstracted from the deed books of Smith &
                       
McLennan Counties, Texas.
*%#+   Stansell, Lula.  “Corinth Baptist Church.”  Chronicles of Smith County, Texas 30
                       
no. 1 (Summer 1991):  24-25.
           
Texas.  Attorney-General's Office.  "State of Texas vs. NAACP Case Records,
                       
1911-1961, 1945-1961.  Photocopy and microfilm.  Instigated in 1956
                       
when the Texas Attorney General sought to investigate the files of the
                       
NAACP branches in Houston and Dallas, the lawsuit in the 7th District
                       
Court of Texas in Smith County resulted in a permanent injunction, which
                       
prohibited the NAACP from involvement in political and litigious
                       
activities, restricting the organization to charitable and educational
                       
functions.  Held by the University of Texas at Austin.
           
Thomas, Velma Fowler.  “Time Management Practices of 47 Professionally
                        Employed Negro Homemakers, Tyler, Texas, 1953-1954.  M.S. thesis,
                        Ohio State University, 1954.
*          [Tyler Independent School District.]  Climbing.  Tyler:  Tyler Independent School
                        District, 1974.
*#+      Tyler, Ronnie  C., and Lawrence R. Murphy, eds.  The Slave Narratives of Texas. 
                       
Austin:  Encino, 1974.  

ETHNIC GROUPS—ASIAN
*         
Mardock Family.  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.
           
MarDock, Julian.  The First of Many:  The Story of a Pioneering Chinese Family

                       
Who Lived in Texas for One Hundred Years
.  [Austin, TX]:  Nortex Press,
                       
1998.  

ETHNIC GROUPS—HISPANIC
 +        
Furse, P. J.  "Culture in Transition:  Hispanics in Tyler/Smith County."  Tyler

                       
Today
(Spring 1993):  4-6.  
*         
Hispanic Community.  Vertical file.  Tyler Public Library.
%         Hispanic Heritage.  Vertical file.  Smith County Historical Society Archives.  See
                        folder under Miscellaneous.

ETHNIC GROUPS—JEWS.  See also RELIGION--JEWS.
*#+      Wessel, Harvey E.  "The Ethnic Contribution, Part II—A History of the Jews of
           
            Tyler and Smith County, Texas."  In Glover and Cross, eds.  Tyler and

           
            Smith County
, 201-212.  

ETHNIC GROUPS—LEBANESE
*#+    Haddad, Sophia.  "The Ethnic Contribution, Part III—The Lebanese Community." 
           
            In Glover and Cross, eds.  Tyler and Smith County, 212-217.
+         Institute of Texan Cultures.  The Syrian and Lebanese Texans.  San Antonio:
                        University of Texas at San Antonio, Institute of Texan Cultures, 1974.
                        See the Haddad Brothers, p. 11; Bobby Manziel, p. 27.
*         
Lebanese Community (Settlers).  Vertical files.  Tyler Public Library.