Native American Relations in Texas

Trading House No. 1 Invoice of Goods, July 10, 1845

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Trading House No. 1 Invoice of Goods, July 1845

Trading House No 1
Invoice of Goods introduced by Mathias
Travis through his Agent Isaac C Spence for
the Indian trade up to this date 10th July 1845.

5 Pair white blankets

 

at 4.50

22.50

3 Red do

 

4.00

12.00

8 Pieces Indian head Dom.

253 3/4 yds.

104

25.37

7 " Merrimacs

200 1/4 "

14 1/2c

29.09

3 " Blea. long Cloths

77 3/4 "

13

10.00

1 " Brown drillings

28 "

11

3.08

9 Black Silk Cravats

" " "

90

8.10

1 Pce Blue drilling

30 " "

13

3.90

19 Yards Cottonade

 

28

5.32

1 Pce Blue Strouding

20 1/2 "

1.30

26.65

1 " Red do

20 " "

"

26.00

3 " Linen fold Shing.

53 " "

14 1/4

7.55 1/4

1 " G.W. Ticking

41 1/4 "

15 1/2

6.39

2 " Amuskeag

79 1/4 "

18 "

14.26

12 " Ribbon

"

50 "

6.00

2 " "

1.25 $200

 

3.25

300 Needles

 

 

50

1 Gross Pant Buttons

 

 

1.13

1 Box Hooks and Eyes

 

 

1.00

500 Needles

 

 

1.50

 

 

 

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$213.59 1/4

 

 

 

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Trading House No. 1 Invoice of Goods, July 10, 1845. Texas Indian Papers, Volume 2, #243, Archives and Information Services Division, Texas State Library and Archives Commission.

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