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    [Texian Revolution]. George W. Poe Document Signed. One page, 4.5" x 4.25", September 23, 1836. A soldier's pay voucher, for twenty-four dollars, issued to Charles Foster, and signed by George W. Poe. George Washington Poe (1800 - 1844), was born in Ohio, but moved to Texas in 1834. There he became a soldier in the Texian army, taking part in the Siege of Bexar, and was acting adjutant general of General Sam Houston. On October 12, 1836, he was made paymaster general, and established a pay department for the Army of the Republic of Texas.
    Condition: Heavily toned, with smoothed folds, and a tape mark in the upper-right corner.


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    March, 2016
    12th Saturday
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