The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 62, July 1958 - April, 1959

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H. BAILEY CARROLL
Published as Volume II of the Annual Report of the American
Historical Association for 1954, Writings on American History,
1952 is a valuable bibliographic tool that Association members
will find useful in their research. As in the past, the writings are
organized in three divisions: (1) the historical profession; (2)
national history; and, (3) regional and local history. The index
lists more than one hundred entries on Texas subjects in the first
two divisions. Because of its unquestioned utility as a repository
for regional and local publications, the Texas section of the third
division is reproduced herewith:
HARRY RANSOM. Spirit of Texas. Am. heritage, 4 (no. 1): 24-7 (fall).
col. view.
CHARLES A. WARNER. Oil in Texas [1543-1952]. Am. heritage, 4 (no.
1) : 36-9 (fall) . views (1 col.).
THOMAS CLARENCE RICHARDSON. Texas cattle [1690o-1952]. Am. heri-
tage, 4 (no. 1) :28-33 (fall). views. (part col.).
INEZ (BoSWELL) BIGGERSTAFF, comp. Four thousand tombstone in-
scriptions from Texas, 1745-1870, along the old San Antonio road
and the trail of Austin's colonists. [Oklahoma City? Oklahoma His-
torical Soc., 1952. 4], viii, [1], 99[16] leaves.
CARLOS B. MASTERSON. Severance of the mineral estate by grant of
land by -the sovereign and adverse possession [Texas, 1783-1947]. Tex.
law rev., 3o: 323-39 (Jan) . notes.
ANNA ELLIS. Social functions in the Republic. Frontier times, 29:
313-19 (Aug.). On social life in Texas, 1805-44.
NEMESIO SALCEDO. La Guerra de Independencia y las Provincias In-
ternas. [Edited by Miguel Artola.] Rev. Indias, 11:763-72 (Oct-Dec
1951). fold. map. "Plan de oposici6n a las empresas de la Reptiblica
de los Estados Unidos de America" (18o08), by the "comandante
general" of the Interior Provinces, dealing particularly with the dan-
ger that the United States would seize Texas.

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