E. W. Burke Letter, May 23, 1900
E. W. Burke was the son of John W. Burke (1830-1871) and Jennie Taylor. Burke's siblings included one brother and sister. His father, J. W. (John W.) Burke was a scout and spy for the Confederate Army and was Robert E. Lee's "favorite spy." He was also a cobbler while studying law, a prominent criminal defense attorney, and Texas adjutant general.
Lale, Max S. "Burke, John," Handbook of Texas Online, accessed May 05, 2021.
The E. W. Burke Letter, 1900, is a letter from E. W. Burke reminiscing about his father, J. W. Burke, written on May 23, 1900.
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E. W. Burke Letter, Dolph Briscoe Center for American History, The University of Texas at Austin.
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