Author Biographical Info

Henry Eustice McCulloch (1816-1895) was an early pioneer, Texas Ranger, Texas legislator, a high-ranking Confederate officer, and soldier. He played an important role in military affairs in early Texas, participating in the battle of Plum Creek and the battle of Salado Creek. McCulloch was also the Superintendent of the Texas Institution for the Deaf and Dumb (now known as the Texas School for the Deaf).

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Medicine--United States--History--19th century, Historical documents, Physicians, Texas


Austin, TX


Letter written by Henry McCulloch on TX Institute for Deaf and Dumb letterhead to Governor Frank R. Lubbock requesting help getting General W.P. Harrison to run for treasurer.


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