|Statement||by Michael A. White.|
|LC Classifications||LD353 .W5 1971|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 135 p.|
|Number of Pages||135|
|LC Control Number||68029764|
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Baylor history:The History of Baylor University, (); Baylor at Independence (); Here Come the Bears: The Story of the Baylor University Mascots (); Sing: Celebrating 50 Years (). Republic President Anson Jones signed the Act of Congress on Feb. 1, , officially establishing Baylor University. Reverend James Huckins, the first Baptist missionary to Texas, was Baylor's first full-time fundraiser and the third founding father of the university. Although these three men are credited as being the founders of Baylor University, there are many others who worked to see our university . The Baylor Historical Timeline is a select history of Baylor University. Historical events were compiled from multiple sources including Dr. Eugene Baker's book To Light the Ways of Time, university yearbooks (Round Up) and student newspapers (Lariat), histories from University Libraries and the Mayborn Museum, as well as input from the University. Baylor University, or simply Baylor, is a private Baptist research university in Waco, Texas. Baylor was chartered in by the last Congress of the Republic of Texas. Baylor is the oldest continuously operating university in Texas and one of the first educational institutions west of the Mississippi River in the United States.
He passed away eight days after writing this letter. Cope family Civil War letters, Accession , Box 1, Folder 1, The Texas Collection, Baylor University. BU Records: University Historian’s Office, (BU/): These records include research files used for writing several books on Baylor’s history. Baylor University owes its founding to Robert E. B. Baylor, James Huckins, and William Milton Tryon, who in organized an education society in the Texas Union Baptist Association with the purpose of establishing a Baptist university in Texas. Baylor was chartered by the Republic of Texas on February 1, , and was opened in at. American history is familiar territory for Baylor University history professor Thomas S. Kidd, but “American History” is also the title of his latest book, a two-volume history textbook. The Big Bear Books imprint features books with a connection to Baylor University, from titles covering the university’s history, traditions, and sports, to Baylor-themed children’s books. The Books imprint showcases authors and stories that reflect the values and interests of the Baylor .