The Quarterly of the Texas State Historical Association, Volume 2, July 1898 - April, 1899 Page: 248
248 Texas HistoricalAssociation Quarterly.
QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS.
The School of Pedagogy of the University of Texas is desirous
-of obtaining information concerning the early schools of Texas.
Personal reminiscence pertaining to education in this State, cata-
logues of schools and colleges, and pamphlets containing articles
and addresses on educational topics will be thankfully received.
Correspondence with a view to gathering up material for a history
of education in Texas is earnestly invited. Address
W. S. SUTTON,
Professor of Pedagogy, University of Texas.
In answer to the question of Judge Raines in the October num-
ber of THE QUARTERLY, I will say that the municipal ordinances
for the villa of Guerrero (1830), the villa of Goliad (1830), and
the city of Leona Vicario (Saltillo) can be found in the Bexar
Archives. Those of other Texas towns may be there also, although
the task of finding them would be as uncertain as the traditional
search for a needle in a haystack. The decrees for the founding of
the villa of San Fernando are found in Volume 84, Seccion de
Historic, Archivo General, Mexico. The petitions and decrees re-
lating to the founding of the Pueblo of Nuestra Sefiora del Pilar
de Bucareli, on the Trinity (afterwards removed to Nacogdoches),
are found in Volume 51 of the same section. I. J. Cox.
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