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captions are appropriate, and the quotations well chosen. First
Lieutenant William R. Matthews of Lawton, Oklahoma, liaison
pilot, was credited with the new motto for the group. Fire
was a trifle slow in coming after he had spotted the target;
so he howled, "quit computin' and start shootin'!"
The University of Texas
Norwegian-American Studies and Records, Volume XIV. Nor-
wegian-American Historical Association, Northfield, Minn.
(Lund Press, Minneapolis), 1944. Pp. 264. $2.00.
This is the fourteenth in a series of volumes in American
social and cultural history that, according to the editor,
"probe into certain aspects of Norwegian immigration to the
United States, Norwegian-American pioneering, immigrant
backgrounds and problems."
This volume contains twelve studies by different authors,
all of which have to do with immigrant experiences or problems,
and which form a valuable record for the children and grand-
children of the early Norwegian settlers in the United States.
All those who are of Norwegian descent should be interested
in this record of their history. A list of recent publications
both in periodicals and books relating to Norwegian-American
history is appended.
The contents of the previous thirteen volumes of the Studies
and Records published by the Norwegian-American Society
are also given at the end of the volume.
Part II of the Cultural Story of an American City, Cleveland,
has been received by the Association. This small volume is
entitled During the Canal Days, 1825-1850. The author is Elbert
Jay Benton. It has many illustrations, and the canal system
of Ohio is shown on a map lining the front and back covers.
Texas State Historical Association. The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 48, July 1944 - April, 1945. Austin, Texas. The Portal to Texas History. http://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth146055/. Accessed July 4, 2015.