Dr. Robert Peebles, close friend of Stephen F. Austin, was not only a physician; he had been a sheriff, land speculator, and contributed valuable services at San Felipe de Austin prior to the fight for Texas Independence. He was instrumental in saving the archives of deeds and other important documents from the courthouse at San Felipe only hours before Santa Anna came through with his army. Dr. Richard Rogers Peebles was at Washington-on-the-Brazos as the Texas delegates signed the Texas Declaration of Independence as the Alamo fell. In this book, their important contributions to the Texas Republic are made known.
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|Date published: || 2016|
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