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The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 45, July 1941 - April, 1942

The following is a continuation of Dr. Carroll's compilation of biblio-
graphical items on the history of Texas counties, the first installment of
which appeared in the July Quarterly.
Books and Pamphlets
Carter, W. T., B. H. Hendrickson, and W. W. Strike, Soil Survey
of Dickens County, Texas. U. S. Department of Agriculture,
Bureau of Soils, in cooperation with the Texas Agricultural
Experiment Station. Washington, Government Printing Office,
1926. [41]pp. 8vo. Fold map.
Taylor, Paul S., "Historical Note on Dimmit County, Texas,"
in Southwestern Historical Quarterly, XXXIV, pp. 79-90.
Books and Pamphlets
Burton, Harley True, A History of the J A Ranch. Austin, Von
Boeckmann-Jones, 1928. 147pp. 8vo.
Contains much Donley County information.
Lewis, Willie Newbury, Between Sun and Sod. Clarendon,
Texas, Clarendon Press, c. 1938. 244pp. 8vo. Illus.
The way-of-life in Donley County.
Ford, William D., History of Donley County, Texas. M. A.
Thesis, University of Colorado, Boulder, 1932. 122pp. 4to.
Books and Pamphlets
Citizens of Duval County, Remarkable Conditions in Duval
County: Protest by Citizens Against Proposed Division.
n. p., [c. 1915]. 40pp. 8vo.
Has the Average Citizen of Duval County a White Man's Chance?
n. p. [1919]. 34pp. 8vo. On cover: "To Members of Thirty-
Fifth Legislature."
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Texas State Historical Association. The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 45, July 1941 - April, 1942. Austin, Texas. The Portal to Texas History. Accessed May 1, 2016.

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