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Title: The Texana Documents Collection, 1837-1961Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

Extent: 2.0 Boxes

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The Texana Documents Collection is housed in two (2) archival boxes located in archival storage/ the fire safe.  Box 2 in the collection contains oversized materials. This collection is organized into one (1) series and five (5) sub-series. It is divided by subject matter, with each type in its own sub-series. Each sub-series is organized in chronologic order.

The “SHH #” is a unique code containing bracketed letters and numbers that follow the organizational pattern set during a grant funded digitization project called Texas Tides.  The first letters in the brackets represent Sam Houston State University and are followed by the item’s identifying sequence, often correlating to a collection or sub-collection as delineated during the Texas Tides digitization process as well as the item number. For example, in the SHH # structure here [SHH III:3], SHH indicates Sam Houston State University, III indicates the third sub-collection and 3 indicates the item number within sub-collection III.

Subjects: Britton, James L., III, Burnet, David Gouverneur, 1789-1870, Houston, Sam, 1793-1863, Jones, Anson, 1798-1858, Land grants - Texas, Pease, E. M. (Edmund Morris), 1828-1906, Peters, William Smalling, 1779-1853, Peters Colony, Texas - Annexation to the United States, United States - History - Civil War, 1861-1865, Yoakum, Henderson King, 1810-1856.

Languages: English

Scope and Contents of the Materials

This collection was purchased and donated by James L. Britton, III.

The manuscript collection begins with the personal papers of Henderson Yoakum, who wrote the first comprehensive history of Texas. They include a muster roll from his Cherokee campaign, discharge orders and payment authorizations for his troops, as well as Yoakum’s license to practice law.  The Texana Documents collection also contains papers and letters related to early Texas, primarily focusing on annexation issues, during the period from 1842-1845.  In the Correspondence section, Governor E. M. Pease discusses politics and family life, David G. Burnet, Secretary of State, orders surveys for the public lands assigned to the establishment of an education system, and William S. Peters solicits investment from Robert Owen, the English socialist, for the Peters Colony. From the Civil War era, there are special orders and letters prior to the battle on Matagorda Peninsula in January of 1864. The Proclamations and Broadsides section includes a notice to cotton planters related to the taxes due, and the announcement of the results of the Secession Convention in Austin, April of 1861.  The Legal Documents section includes land grant awards, loan script, a bond issued by the Republic of Texas, summons to answer a petition filed by Mirabeau B. Lamar, and a loyalty oath (a document which enabled one merchant of Walker County to resume transacting business after the Civil War).

Subject/Index Terms

Britton, James L., III
Burnet, David Gouverneur, 1789-1870
Houston, Sam, 1793-1863
Jones, Anson, 1798-1858
Land grants - Texas
Pease, E. M. (Edmund Morris), 1828-1906
Peters, William Smalling, 1779-1853
Peters Colony
Texas - Annexation to the United States
United States - History - Civil War, 1861-1865
Yoakum, Henderson King, 1810-1856.

Administrative Information

Repository: SHSU Special Collections & University Archives

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The materials represented in this finding aid have been made available for research, teaching and private use. For these purposes, you may reproduce (print, make photocopies, or download) these items without prior permission on the condition that you provide proper attribution of the source in all copies.

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Preferred Citation: The Texana Documents Collection. Thomason Special Collections, Newton Gresham Library, Sam Houston State University, Huntsville, Texas.


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Box 1Add to your cart.
Folder 1: Proclamation by Adam D. Stewart, 1837 July 8, 10Add to your cart.
Proclamation by Adam D. Stewart, Paymaster, U. S. Army [SHH +I2II: A:1:a]
Physical Description: 2pp. 8 x 9
Folder 2: Muster Roll of Field and Staff, 1838 May 27Add to your cart.
Bond of the Republic of Texas issued to William H.H. Johnston for 100 dollars
Physical Description: 2pp. 15
Folder 3: Order number 13 to Henderson [OV], 1838 July 2Add to your cart.
Order #13 to Henderson Yoakum by order of Col. Lindsay, from Headquarters Western District of the Cherokee Nation, Wills Valley. [SHH II:A 1:c]  [O.V.]
Physical Description: 3pp. 8 x 10
Folder 4: Yoakum at Camp Mallory, TN, 1838 July 9Add to your cart.
Order from Col. Yoakum at Camp Molloy announcing a resumption of march to Fort Cass, for the purpose of paying off and discharging the troops. [SHH II:A 1:d]
Physical Description: 3pp. 7
Folder 5: Letter from Governor Cannon, 1838 August 9Add to your cart.
Letter from Governor Cannon, Nashville to Col. H.  Yoakum with congratulations for his success on the Cherokee Campaign. [SHH II:A 1:e]
Physical Description: 3pp. 7
Folder 6: Letter from Hanchett to Col. Yoakum [OV], 1847 December 30Add to your cart.
Letter from
Physical Description: 2pp. x 15
Sub-Series 2Add to your cart.
Box 1Add to your cart.
Folder 1: Letter from Sam Houston to William M. Shepherd regarding President Houston, 1838 June 1Add to your cart.
Letter from Sam Houston, President of the republic of Texas to William M. Shepherd, Secretary of the [Texas] Navy regarding President Houston's upbraid of his Secretary of the Navy. Houston, Texas.  [SHH II:A: 2: a]
Physical Description: 1p. 8 x 9 1/2
Folder 2: Letter to Sam Houston concerning an emigration program to Texas, 1842 March 16Add to your cart.
Letter from George S. McIntosh to Sam Houston, President of the Republic of Texas with introduction for a gentleman named Pellegrini who was interested in an emigration program directed at Texas. Paris, France.[SHH II A:2:b]
Physical Description: 2 pp. 8 x 10
Folder 3: Letter from Joseph Maples to Isaac Van  Zandt about a cover note, 1842 October 22Add to your cart.
Letter from Joseph Maples, Acting Secretary of State for Texas to Isaac Van Zandt, Charge D' Affaires, Texas to the United States regarding the cover note for communication from George W. Terrell, Texas Attorney General, and acting Secretary of State. Washington, D.C. [SHH II A:2:c]
Physical Description: 1p. 8x 9
Folder 4: Letter from Isaac Van Zandt to Sam Houston discussing Texas annexation, 1842 December 24Add to your cart.
Letter from Isaac Van Zandt, Charge D' Affaires, Texas to the United States to Sam Houston that includes a detailed report of the progress and possibilities of Texas' attempt to be annexed by the United States of America. Concerns behind-the-scenes dealings with President Tyler. Washington City, D.C. [SHH II:A: 2: d]
Physical Description: 4pp. 7
Folder 5: Copy of a "Treaty of Amity, Commerce and Navigation", 1842 July 30Add to your cart.
Copy of a "Treaty of Amity, Commerce and Navigation," between the Republic of Texas and the United States of America. Concluded and signed by James Reil, Charge D'Affaires of the Republic of Texas and Daniel Webster, Secretary of State of the United States of America. [SHH II:A:2:e]
Physical Description: 9pp. 8
Folder 6: Letter to Anson Jones concerning the attempt to involve England and France in the peace process, 1843 January 28Add to your cart.
Copy of a letter from Edouard de Crayamel, Charge D' Affaires de France au Texas [ad interim for Dubois de Saligny while he was on leave in France] to Anson Jones, Secretary of State of the Republic of Texas urging England and France to join in an attempt to establish a peace between Texas and Mexico. [SHH II :A:2:f]
Physical Description: 2pp. 7
Folder 7: Letter from Isaac Van Zandt to Sam Houston with a pessimistic view of annexation, 1843? March 4Add to your cart.
Lengthy private letter from Isaac Van Zandt to General Sam Houston, President of the Republic of Texas discussing a pessimistic view of prompt action toward annexation. Texas needs to get her house in order, "more easily said than done." [SHH II:A 2:g]
Folder 8: Letter from Charles Elliot to Sam Houston concerning diplomatic matters, 1843 July 6Add to your cart.
Private letter from Charles Elliot (1801-1875) British knight, admiral, and Charge D' Affaires in Texas, August 6, 1842-1845. (Reassigned there from China after having precipitated in the Opium Wars.) To: General Sam Houston (1793-18630 President of the Republic of Texas about various diplomatic matters discussed in amiable style, concluding with a cryptic reference to the peace treaty with Mexico. Galveston. [SHH II:A:2:h]
Physical Description: 3pp. 7
Folder 9: Fragments of letter to Sam Houston concerning the Texas military, undatedAdd to your cart.
Letter to General Sam Houston, President of Texas (by inference from content) regarding military confrontation between Captain James Cooke of U.S. Dragoons and Colonel Jacob Snively of Texas. Also mentions Brevet Major General Gaines and Brevet Brigadier General Taylor. [SHH II:A:2:i]
Physical Description: 7
Folder 10: Letter from Anson Jones putting annexation proceedings on hold, 1843 July 6Add to your cart.
Letter from Anson Jones, Secretary of State for Texas to Isaac Van Zandt, Charge D'Affaires, Texas to the United States. Jones tells Van Zandt to put annexation proceedings on hold for the present, as the treaty of recognition with Mexico is seen to be imminent. Department of State; Washington [Texas] [SHH II:A:2:j]
Physical Description: 3pp. 6 x 8
Folder 11: Letter from Anson Jones to diplomats, 1844 February 25Add to your cart.
Letter from Anson Jones, Secretary of State for Texas to J. Picnckney Henderson and Isaac Van Zandt, negotiators for a Treaty of Annexation regarding the empowering of the diplomats to act with full support of President Houston and Sect. Jones. , Washington [Texas] [SHH II:A:2:k]
Physical Description: 4pp. 7 x 9
Folder 12: Letter from Gibson May to Sam Houston about Indians in his area, 1844 April 10Add to your cart.
Letter from Gibson May, Indian Agent (sent in care of William Thompson) to General Sam Houston. President of the Republic of Texas reporting the relatively lack of hostility from Indians in his areas. Fannin County, Texas. [SHH II:A:2:l]
Physical Description: 2pp. 7
Folder 13: Copy of, 1844 April 12Add to your cart.
Copy of
Physical Description: .9 pp.  11 x 6
Folder 14: Letter of welcome to Sam Houston concerning visit to Memphis, 1845 June 3Add to your cart.
Letter of welcome from the citizens of Memphis (26 names listed, including the mayor) to Samuel Houston regarding Houston's projected visit to Tennessee to "take a final farewell of the illustrious Hero of the Hermitage" [Andrew Jackson]. Memphis [Tennessee] [SHH II:A:2:n]
Sub-Series 3Add to your cart.
Box 1Add to your cart.
Folder 1: Susan Wheeler Decatur letter to Tristan Burgess, 1828 January 16Add to your cart.
Susan Wheeler Decatur, widow of Commodore Stephen Decatur, GeorgeTown [now part of the District of Columbia]. Letter addressed to Tristran Burgess, born 1770, a member of Congress and later Chief Justice of Rhode Island. [SHH II: B:1]
Physical Description: 6pp.8 x 10
Folder 2: E.M Pease letter to Major Gideon Welles, 1833 December 31Add to your cart.
E.M. Pease, Hartford, Connecticut. Letter addressed to Major Gideon Welles, Washington City.  Pease, Governor of Texas 1853-57 and 1867-69, had not yet immigrated to Texas. [SHH II:B:2]
Physical Description: 2pp. 10 x 8
Folder 3: E.M. Pease letter to Major Gideon Welles discussing Connecticut politics and family life, 1834 January 15Add to your cart.
E.M. Pease, Hartford letter addressed to Major Gideon Welles, Washington City.  Discusses Connecticut politics and family life, in addition to interesting passage relating to Daniel Webster. [SHH II:B:3]
Physical Description: 4pp. 8 x 12
Folder 4: E.M. Pease letter to Major Gideon Welles concerning his trip to the West, 1834 May 23Add to your cart.
E.M. Pease, Hartford, May 23, 1834, letter addressed to Major Gideon Welles, New Haven, CT. Pease regrets that Welles will be unable to accompany him on his trip west. [SHH II:B:4]
Physical Description: 4pp. 8 x 12
Folder 5: John Forsyth letter of introduction to Andrew Stevenson, 1838 April 21Add to your cart.

John Forsyth, [U.S. Secretary of State 1834-1841], Washington letter to of introduction Andrew STEVENSON, Esq., for Francis O.J. SMITH, Esq., member of the House of Representatives of the

United States from Maine. [SHH II:B:5]

Physical Description: 1p. 10 x 7
Folder 6: David G. Burnet letter instructing the County Surveyor to locate land for education system, 1839 May 29Add to your cart.
David G. Burnet, Acting Secretary of State, Department of State, Houston. Letter to the County Surveyor or his Deputy of the County of Bexar, instructing him to locate and survey land for the establishment of an education system. [SHH II:B:6]
Physical Description: 2 pp. 10 x 8
Folder 7: William S. Peters letter to Robert Owen describing Peters Colony, 1847 March 5Add to your cart.
William S. Peters, [Blairsville, Indiana County, Pennsylvania], in a letter describes, in great detail, the location and merits of Peters Colony and Texas, to Robert Owen, the English socialist.  [SHH II:B:7]
Physical Description: 2pp. 9
Folder 8: William S. Peters letter to Robert Owen describing the advantages of Peters Colony, 1847 May 24Add to your cart.
William S. Peters, Cincinnati second letter to Robert Owen, Esquire, London, England, describing the advantages of Peters Colony. [SHH II:B:8]
Physical Description: 4pp. 9
Folder 9: Horace Greely letter to John Chapman discussing literary and publishing matters, 1853 November 18Add to your cart.
Horace Greeley, New York to John Chapman, London publisher. Discusses literary and publishing matters. [SHH II:B:9]
Physical Description: 3pp. 7 x 4
Folder 10: Thomas Rusk letter to Col. Graham asking about location for the railroad, 1854 April 14Add to your cart.
Thomas Rusk, original Senator from Texas, dateline Washington, to Colonel J.D. GRAHAM (James Duncan Graham, 1799-1865), asking about the location of line for a railroad. [SHH II:B:10]
Physical Description: 2pp. 10 x 7
Folder 11: P.H. Bell letter to Major Bowman concerning surveying in Texas, 1856 May 23Add to your cart.
P.H. Bell, Washington, to Major Bowman, requesting that  Lieutenant Walter H. Stevens of the Engineer Corps, recently assigned coast survey duty  in California, be allowed to go on with his performance in Texas. [SHH II:B:11]
Physical Description: 1p. 10 x 7
Folder 12: Note concerning Rev. Oscar M. Addison's leave of absence, 1862 July 7Add to your cart.
[CIVIL WAR] Head Quarters Bates Regiment, Velasco, Texas, Rev. Oscar M. Addison has leave of absence for fourteen days, J.E. Love, Adjutant.  [SHH II:B:12]
Physical Description: 1 p. 4
Folder 13: U.J.F. Dana letter reporting his activities after taking command, 1864 January 18Add to your cart.
[CIVIL WAR]  U.J.F. Dana, Major General, letter dateline Head Quarters U.S. Forces,  Texas, Matagorda Peninsula to Major General E.O. Cord, Commander 13th Corp, New Orleans, reporting his activities after taking command 6 days earlier.    [SHH II:B:13]
Physical Description: 7pp. 12 x 8
Folder 14: Jno. H. Robinson letter to Rev. O. M. Addison, 1864 January 25Add to your cart.
[CIVIL WAR] Jno. H. Robinson. Headquarters Bates Regtl, Quintana, Texas, letter from to Rev. O.M. Addison, Special Orders No. 9 from Head Quarters Trans Mississippi Dept., dated January 13, 1864,  accepting your  resignation as Chaplain of Bates Regt. [SHH II:B: 14]
Physical Description: 1p. 6 x 8
Folder 15: Johnson Civil War lettersAdd to your cart.
[SHH II:B:15]Located in the Johnson Family Collection
Folder 16: Johnson Civil War lettersAdd to your cart.
[SHH II:B:16]Located in the Johnson Family Collection
Folder 17: Letter from Miriam Ferguson to Lucille expressing thanks, 1955 July 13Add to your cart.
Letter from Miriam Ferguson to Lucille expressing thanks for the birthday card and discussing her birthday festivities [SHH II:B:17]
Physical Description: 2pp. 6
Folder 18: Letter from Helen Keller to Dr. Kliasberg discussing the American Foundation for the Blind, 1961 January 3Add to your cart.
Letter from Helen Keller to Dr. Kliasberg discussing the expanding services of the American Foundation for the Blind and asking for financial support for the Foundation. New York, N.Y. [SHH II:B:18]
Physical Description: 1pp. 8
Sub-Series 4Add to your cart.
Box 1Add to your cart.
Folder 1: Clarkson T. Collins public announcement to the medical profession, 1847 November 1Add to your cart.
Clarkson T. Collins, M. D. New York, November 1, 1847. Public Announcement
Physical Description: 1 p. 8 x 9
Folder 2: Notice to Cotton Planters and Cotton Holders, no dateAdd to your cart.
Civil War Era Broadside
Physical Description: 1p.  11 x 9
Folder 3: Guy M. Bryan address to the state of Texas calling for special session, 1860 December 29Add to your cart.
[Civil War ]  Guy M. Bryan, printed address to the people of the state of Texas urging that the legislature be called into special session and criticizing Governor Houston for not having done so. Printed at Galveston, December 29th, 1860. [SHH II:C:3]
Physical Description: 1p. 10
Folder 4: Proclamation tp the people of Texas announcing results of Secession Convention [OV], 1861 April 6Add to your cart.
Proclamation
Physical Description: 10 x 19
Folder 5: Civil War list of quartermaster's stores, 1863 August 18Add to your cart.
[Civil War]  List of Quartermaster's stores, etc. delivered by Capt. J.S. Hall, 114th NY, U.S. Army to Lt. Adrian Foote, Quartermaster U.S. Army at Brashear City where passengers could transfer to steamboats to Galveston, it was later renamed Morgan City for the president of the railroad. May 22, 1863.  These two Quartermaster forms [Federal] were apparently captured by Confederates along with the stores August 18, 1863. [SHH II:C:5]
Physical Description: 2pp. 8
Sub-Series 5Add to your cart.
Box 1Add to your cart.
Folder 1: Land grant for territory in Arkansas to Samuel French from James Monroe [OV], 1831 April 16Add to your cart.
Land grant to Samuel French from James Monroe, President of the United States of America. Land in the territory of Arkansas. Signed, James Monroe, aslo Josiah Meigs, Commissioner. [SHH II:D:1] [O.V. ]
Physical Description: 1pp. 10
Folder 2: Licence to practice law to Jonathon Maxey in Alabama, 1823 June 14Add to your cart.
License to practice law (State of Alabama).  To Jonathon Maxey, Supreme Court  from  Jesse Beene, Clerk of the Supreme Court and four witnesses' signatures.
Physical Description: 1p. 8
Folder 3: Texas loan certificate to Robert Triplett financing war for independence, 1836 January 11Add to your cart.
Texian Loan, Certificate #120, $320, received of Robert Triplett, City of New Orleans, signed by S.F. Austin, B.T. Archer and William H. Wharton.  One way Texas financed the war for independence was by accepting loans from individuals; this certificate represents the first payment on a loan of $320 to the Government of Texas.  The lender was paid 8 percent per annum or had the option of taking 640 acres of land. Note on this certificate indicates that Robert Triplett loaned more than $50,000. [SHH II:D:3]
Physical Description: 1p. 8
Folder 4: Land script issued to Thomas Toby from Sam Houston [OV], 1838 December 10Add to your cart.
Land script, Republic of Texas, No. 778, for 320 acres of land, issued to Thomas Toby from Sam Houston, President, December 20, 1836. Verso, transferred to David Fay of Brooklyn, New York, his legal representative, signed, Sam C. Reid. Dec. 10, 1838. [SHH II:D:4] [OV]
Physical Description: 2pp. 12
Folder 5: Texan loan script issued to Thomas D. Carneal signed by Sam Houston, 1838 June 10Add to your cart.
Texian Loan Scrip, No. 225, for 640 acres of land, signed by Sam Houston, President of the Republic of Texas, City of Houston, June 20, 1838, issued to Thomas D. Carneal, Cincinnati, Ohio.  Also signed by Henry SMITH, Secretary of the Treasury. [SHH II:D:5]
Physical Description: 1p. 8 x 13
Folder 6: Treasury note promising the sum of ten dollars signed by Sam Houston, 1838 November 1Add to your cart.
Treasury Department of the Government of Texas promises to pay the Bearer  in one year from date the sum of Ten Dollars and interest thereon
Physical Description: 1p.3 x 7
Folder 7: Bond of the Republic of Texas issued to William H.H. Johnston for 100 dollars, 1840 April1Add to your cart.
Bond of the Republic of Texas, (issued in the amount of $100), to William H.H. Johnston. Southern Bank Note Co., Endicott & Clark, New Orleans. [SHH II:D:7]
Physical Description: 2 pp. 7
Folder 8: Summons to H.D. McCrary concerning petition filed against him by M.B. Lamar, 1843 June 7Add to your cart.
Summons to H.D. McCrary to answer petition of M. B. Lamar filed against McCrary, Robt. Stevenson & Asa Hoxey. Washington County, Texas.  [SHH II:D:8]
Physical Description: 2pp. 7
Folder 9: Letter to Jeremiah Worsham from Sam Houston granting land [OV], 1854 August 1Add to your cart.
Land grant to Jeremiah Worsham, From Sam Houston, President, Republic of Texas. Granting land in Montgomery County.  No. 164, Vol. 2, 1st Class, Signed Sam Houston, also, T. W. Ward, Commissioner.  [SHH II: D:9] [O.V.]
Physical Description: 2pp. 15 x 12
Folder 10: Grant from Sam Houston to Burrell E. Prewitt [OV], 1860 November 19Add to your cart.
Grant to Burrell E. Prewitt (for land in Trinity county), from Sam Houston, Governor of the State of  Texas. No. 601, Vol. 25. Signed, Sam Houston, also Francis M. White, Commissioner. [SHH II:D:10]
Physical Description: 2pp.  13
Folder 11: Preemption certificate from Sam Houston to Nehemiah Page [OV], 1860 November 28Add to your cart.
Preemption certificate to Nehemiah Page from Sam Houston, Governor of the State of Texas. No. 378.  Signed, Sam Houston, Governor, also Francis M. White, Commissioner. [SHH II D:11] [O.V.]
Physical Description: 2pp. 13 x 10
Folder 12: Treasury warrant to William Dikeman paying for frontier protection, 1860 February 3Add to your cart.
Sam Houston, Treasury Warrant No. 494 for $95.62, pay to the order of William Dikeman, for protection of the frontier, Captain Herron
Physical Description: 2pp. 3
Folder 13: Treasury warrant to Peter Tumlinson paying for frontier protection, 1860 February 3Add to your cart.
Sam Houston, Treasury Warrant No. 603 for $654.97, pay to the order of Peter Tumlinson, attorney for 11 men, Protection of the frontier. Also signed by C.H. Randolph and Clement R. Johns. February 3rd, 1860, signed by Sam Houston. Autograph Letters, Manuscripts, Documents. Catalogue 31 p. 19. [SHH II:D:13]
Physical Description: 2pp. 3
Folder 14: Loyalty Oath from H. Beard, Captain and Provost Marshal [OV], 1865 July 12Add to your cart.
Loyalty Oath to  W. T. Robinson, Merchant of Walker County, at Galveston, Texas,  from:  H. (?) Beard, Captain and Provost Marshal.  This post-Civil War document attests that the signatory
Physical Description: 1p. 10 x 8
Folder 15: Grant to S.T. Robb from O.M. Roberts is granting land in Trinity County [OV], 1882 October 13Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Grant to S.T. Robb from O.M. Roberts, Governor of the State of Texas, granting land in Trinity County Grant.  No. 596, Vol.2.  Signed O. M. Roberts, also, W. C. Marsh, Commissioner. [O.V.]
Physical Description: 2pp. 13 x 10
Folder 16: Bounty Warrant to J.J, Woodson from L.S. Ross granting land in Trinity County [OV], 1887 June 21Add to your cart.
Bounty Warrant to J. J. Woodson (atty. [?] of ) John B. Gaines, from  L. S. Ross, Governor of the State of Texas. Granting land in Trinity County.  No. 423, Vol. 16.  Signed, L.S. Ross, Governor, also R. M. Hall, Commissioner                      [SHH II:D:16].[O.V.]
Physical Description: 2pp. 13

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