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1841 Texas Naval Appropriation.

Currency:USD Category:Collectibles / Paper Start Price:25.00 USD Estimated At:50.00 - 100.00 USD
1841 Texas Naval Appropriation.
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City of Austin granting boatswain John Brown (signature on back) $25 when the first appropriations are made. Texas was a sovereign country at this time (1837-1847). Dated April 23, 1841. Perhaps for the Santa Fe Expedition. "The last Naval Appropriations being inadequate to satisfy the claims of the officers, Sailors, and Marines of the Texian Navy...." Signed by comptroller Samuel B Shank and treasurer JS Simmons(?). Date: 1841 Location: Austin, Tennessee HWAC# 57360