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Cavitt Family Papers
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Cavitt Documents, Correspondence and Articles

This box contains notes and correspondence pre and post-1900 pertaining to J. F. Cavitt's quest to trace his roots back to his great-grandfather, Richard Cavitt, and also to find relatives with the Cavitt or Cavett surname.

1/1: Correspondence, Pre-1900

1/2: Correspondence, Post-1900

1/3: Slave Documents

1/4: Miscellaneous Documents

1/5: Family History Notes and Documents

1/6: Genealogy and Family History

1/7: Financial Documents

1/8: Court Documents

1/9: Maps - Wheelock and of Land owned by the Cavitt Family

1/10: News Clippings and Articles

Cavitt Family Papers

  • US TxAM-C 805
  • Collection
  • circa 1870s-post 1900s

The collection consists of personal correspondence and documents of J. F. Cavitt and other documents of significant importance. Included is the correspondence of and articles about Ann Cavitt Armstrong, that sheds a light on the early settlement period of Texas. Financial documents also shed a light on the early history of Texas, including court documents and receipts of slave purchases.

Cavitt, Joseph Franklin

Cavitt, Titles and Journals

3/1: Intellectual Arithmetic: An Analysis Of The Science Of Numbers, Charles Davies, 1873

3/2: Questions designed for the use of those engaged in the study of Lyman’s Historical Chart, 1875

3/3: A Practical Arithmetic, 1874

3/4: The Cyclopedic Review of Current History, vol. 4, no. 4, 1894

3/5: Psalms and Hymns and Spiritual Songs, 1882

3/6: Ehrich Brothers Fashion Catalogue, 1891-1892 Fall and Winter

3/7: 50 Selected Studies by Cramer and Hans Von Bulow