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The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 26, July 1922 - April, 1923

Southwestern Historical Quarterly

"Men who made Texas free" is the title selected by Sam H.
Dixon for a series of brief biographical sketches of the signers of
the Texas declaration of independence, which began in the Houston
Chronicle of December 21, 1922.
A series of articles on the election laws of Texas was begun by
Tom Finty in the Dallas News of November 15, 1922.
A sketch of Roy Bean, popularly known as "the law west of the
'Pecos," by Marshall Monroe, appeared in the Houston Chronicle
'of December 10, 1922.
In a short article in the Georgia Historical Quarterly for Sep-
tember, 1922, Professor J. D. Wade, of the University of Georgia,
summarizes the evidence supporting the claim that Augustin Smith
Clayton wrote the books that have been published with the name
.of David Crockett as author.
Deaths of prominent Texans: General Adam Rankin Johnson,
:author of The Partisan Rangers of IMhe Confederate Army, at
Burnet, October 20, 1922; Julian Onderdonk, landscape painter,
at San Antonio, October 27, 1922; William Franklin Ramsey,
chairman of he board of directors of the Federal Reserve Bank,
.at Dallas, October 27, 1922.


Texas State Historical Association. The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 26, July 1922 - April, 1923. Austin, Texas. The Portal to Texas History. Accessed May 1, 2016.

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