Hodges (Galen) Papers, 1834, 1839-1897, 1911


Hodges (Galen) Papers, 1834, 1839-1897, 1911

Rhode Island-born Galen Hodges (1813-1884) moved to Texas by 1838 and settled in Matagorda County; most of the materials pertain to Hodges' business and financial activities in Matagorda, particularly in regard to ginning, hides, land, railroad, and stage line enterprises.

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