Title:John Karner dictations: Mexia, Texas, 1887-1888
Creator/Contributor:Karner, John, 1817-, creator
Includes information on Karner's experiences travelling from Germany to New York as a youth; to Texas, 1835; member of Houston's
army and at Gonzales when news arrived of the fall of the Alamo; Houston's campaign against Santa Anna, and the honorable
treatment of Texas prisoners by Ugarte; frontier service between the Colorado and the Trinity after discharge in 1837; scout
with Jack Hays and with Ben McCulloch during Woll's invasion and the Summerville campaign; member of the Snively expedition,
1843; afterward a settler in Limestone County, participating in various Indian campaigns.
Subject:Karner, John -- 1817- -- Archives
Indians of North America -- Texas
Snively Expedition, 1843
Texas -- History -- Republic, 1836-1846
Limestone County (Tex.)
Also available on microfilm.
John Karner dictations : Mexia, Texas, 1887-1888, BANC MSS P-O 100, The Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley.
Forms part of the Hubert Howe Bancroft Collection.
partial microfilm reel (10 frames) : negative (Rich. 117:15-118:3) and positive.
BANC MSS P-O 100
BANC MSS P-O 81-100 FILM