The Quarterly of the Texas State Historical Association, Volume 5, July 1901 - April, 1902 Page: 61
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Book Reviews and Notices.
BOOK REVIEWS AND NOTICES.
In a booklet of 45 pages Miss Arie M. Claiborne has told for her
school children the "Story of the Alamo." The picture which it
presents is quite vivid, and gives a good idea of the stirring scenes
of the siege and assault.
The Publications of the Southern History Association for March
contains the Secretary"s Report of the Annual Meeting of the
Association, a continuation from the January number of E. A.
Smith's History of the Confederate Treasury, a biographical sketch
of William Vans Murray by Clement Sullivane, and an interesting
review by Dr. J. L. M. Curry of The Calhoun Letters.
The May number contains the conclusion of Prof. Smith's paper,
a biographical sketch of General Muhlenberg by M. J. Wright,
and the Carrington Genealogy by J. B. Killebrew. Both issues
contain the usual number of pages devoted to Reviews and Notices
and to Notes and Queries.
The American Historical Review for April contains an account
of the meeting of the American Historical Association at Detroit
and Ann Arbor; The Year 1000 and the Antecedents of the Cru-
sades, by George L. Burr; The Political Influence of the Univer-
sity of Paris in the Middle Ages, by Charles Gross; The Rise of
Metropolitan Journalism, 1800-1840, by Charles H. Levermore;
Sherman's March to the Sea, by James F. Rhodes; and French
Experience with Representative Government in the West Indies,
by Paul S. Reinsch. The documents in this number are entitled
The Society of Dissenters founded at New York in 1769, and
Miranda and the British Admiralty. The remaining matter con-
sists of the usual excellent series of Reviews of Books and News
and Notes. The Review is a great credit to American Scholarship.
A Catalogue of Franciscan Missionaries in Texas (1528-1859).
-By Rev. Edmond J. P. Schmitt, Fellow and Life Member of
the Texas State Historical Association. Austin. MCMI. Pp. 16.
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