The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 79, July 1975 - April, 1976

A Checklist of Theses and Dissertations in
Texas Studies: 1964-1974
Compiled and Edited by L. TUFFLY ELLIS and BARBARA J. STOCKLEY
WHAT FOLLOWS IS A CONTINUATION OF THE NEW CHECKLIST OF
theses and dissertations, previous installments of which appeared
in the October I974 and January-October 1975 Quarterlies (Volumes
LXXVIII, Numbers 2-4, and LXXIX, Numbers I and 2). The checklist,
which includes works about any aspect of Texas, regardless of field of study,
commences with Texas graduate schools, listing them alphabetically by
schools and by students' names.
TEXAS A&I UNIVERSITY-James C. Jernigan Library-Kingsville, Texas
78363
Anlauf, Robert R. "Economic and Quality Evaluation of Some Breeds of Beef
Animals Commonly Produced in South Texas" (M.S., 1973)
Bass, Donald Grant. "John C. Duval, A Pioneer Author of the Southwest and
His Humor: A Study of His Life, His Writings, His Expressions of the
Southwest, and His Humor" (M.A., 1965)
Bell, William Henry. "Knights of the Golden Circle: Its Organization and
Activities in Texas Prior to the Civil War" (M.A., 1965)
Benitez, Carrahlee. "A Study of Some Non-Standard English Features in the
Speech of Seventh-Grade Mexican-Americans Enrolled in a Remedial
Reading Program in an Urban Community of South Texas" (M.A.,
1970)
Billingsley, Weyland D., Jr. "The Relationship between English Usage Away
from School and the English Language Ability of Mexican-American
Children" (M.A., 1971)
Bird, Betty Sue. "The Life and Times of John Rhodes King" (M.S., 1970)
Blankinship, David Roy. "The Relationship of White-Winged Dove Produc-
tion to Control of Great-Tailed Grackles in the Lower Rio Grande
Valley of Texas" (M.S., 1967)
Bowen, Ossie Merrill. "The Fabulous East Texas Oil Field" (M.S., 1963)
Burnett, J. P. "Trans-Pecos Texas: A Study of Exploration" (M.S., 1970)
Causey, Billy D. "The Fish of Seven and One-Half Fathom Reef" (M.S., 1969)

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