The Quarterly of the Texas State Historical Association, Volume 6, July 1902 - April, 1903 Page: 159
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Book Reviewos and Notices.
BOOK REVIEWS AND NOTICES.
In the July Out West is the fifth and concluding installment of
the translation of Junipero Serra's Diary.
The American Historical Review for July contains Robert le
Bougre and the Beginnings of the Inquisition in Northern France,
II, by Charles H. Haskins; European Archives, by George L. Burr;
The Place of Nathaniel Macon in Southern History, by William
E. Dodd; John Quincy Adams and the Monroe Doctrine, I, by
Worthington C. Ford; and Ramsay as a Plagiarist, by Orin Grant
Libby. Two sets of documents are printed, namely, A Letter of
Alexander von Humboldt, 1845, and English Policy Toward Amer-
ica in 1790-1791, I, with an introduction by Frederick J. Turner.
The Gulf States Historical Magazine is a new publication which
made its first appearance in July, 1902. It is edited by Mr.
Thomas M. Owen, of Montgomery, Ala., and is issued bi-monthly.
As announced by the editor, its principal object is "the exploitation
of the history, literature, and antiquities of the region known geog-
raphically as the Gulf States. It will, however, embrace much
valuable material bearing upon the history of the adjacent States."
Of some interest to Texas students are, "The Beginnings of French
Settlement of the Mississippi Valley," by Peter J. Hamilton, and
"Texas Newspaper Files in the Library of Congress." Number 1
contains 80 pages, 50 of which are given to the publication of ar-
ticles and historical documents. The remaining 30 pages are di-
vided among the departments of "Minor Topics," "Notes and
Queries," "Historical News," and "Book Notes and Reviews."
The September issue (Vol. VI., No. 5) of Publications of the
Southern History Association contains one article, entitled "Gen-
eral Sumter and his Neighbors" (to be continued), by Kate Fur-
man. The remainder of the number consists of documents: W.
H. C. Whiting's "Dairy of a Texas March," and the "Journal of
Charles Porterfield" are concluded; "Early Quaker Records in Vir-
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