HENRY W. BARTON, "The United States Cavalry and the Texas
Rangers," received his B.A. degree from the University of Texas
in 1934 and his M.A. degree from Southern Methodist University
in 1935. Presently a member of the English department of Mid-
western University at Wichita Falls and the commanding officer
of the 645th Armored Field Artillery Battalion, 49th Armored
Division, Texas National Guard, Colonel Barton has devoted
many years to an intensive study of military affairs. His "The
Problems of Command in the Army of the Republic of Texas,"
was published in the January, 1959, issue of the Quarterly.
JEWEL DAVIS SCARBOROUGH, "The Georgia Battalion in the
Texas Revolution: A Critical Study," is well known throughout
Texas as one of the state's outstanding civic leaders. With the
same perception and thoroughness that have marked her career
in public service generally, Mrs. Scarborough has devoted many
years during the last half century to patriotic and learned socie-
ties and to historical research. The results of her researches have
been published in the West Texas Historical Association Year
Book and in the four-volumed series entitled Southern Kith and
Kin. Her present study of the Georgia Battalion has been hailed
in manuscript as an authoritative contribution to the literature
of the Texas Revolution.
JOHN D. OSBURN, "McKenzie College," received his A.B. and
M.A. degrees from Southern Methodist University and is pres-
ently completing the requirements for the Ph.D. degree from the
University of Texas. He is an assistant professor of history in
Oklahoma Panhandle A. and M. College in Goodwell, Oklahoma,
and a member of the Red River County Historical Survey Com-
mittee and a number of learned societies.
SAM WOOLFORD, "Carry Nation in Texas," identifies himself as
a newspaper reporter and modestly disclaims the title of profes-
sional historian. In view of the general reaction of Association
Texas State Historical Association. The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 63, July 1959 - April, 1960. Austin, Texas. The Portal to Texas History. http://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth101186/. Accessed September 20, 2014.