Making of Modern Law: Primary Sources, 1620-1926
There are forty-five 19th century Texas publications in this database, most of which are compilations of statutes. These publications are also available in the library's print collection.
Michael S. Ariens, Lone Star Law: A Legal History of Texas (2011) [KFT1278 .A75 2011].
Centennial History of the Texas Bar, 1882-1982 (State Bar of Texas 1981) [KF332.T45 S743].
Daffan Gilmer, Early Courts and Lawyers of Texas, 12 Tex. L. Rev. 435 (1934).
Karl T. Gruben & James E. Hambleton, Reference Guide to Texas Law and Legal History: Sources and Documentation (2d ed. 1987).
The Handbook of Texas includes many law-related topics and usually provides detailed source notes.
Darwin Payne, As Old as Dallas Itself: A History of the Lawyers of Dallas, the Dallas Bar Associations, and the City They Helped Build (1999) [2nd floor: KFT1278 .P39 1999].
John C. Townes, Development of the Texas Judicial System, 2 Q. Tex. St. Hist. Ass'n 1 (1898).
Clarence Wharton, Early Judicial History of Texas, 12 Tex. L. Rev. 311 (1934).
Lelia Clark Wynn, A History of the Civil Courts in Texas, 60 Sw. Hist. Q. 1 (1956).