The Quarterly of the Texas State Historical Association, Volume 7, July 1903 - April, 1904 Page: 239
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Book Reviews and Notices.
net), is a book which, because its relations with Southwestern his-
tory are so remote, can not properly be reviewed in THE QUAR-
TERLY. It is, however, given notice as the work of one who began
his career as a historical investigator at the University of Texas;
who has published one valuable monograph in the Southwestern
field; and who, it is hoped, may take up his researches therein
again by and by. Dr. Smith is now associate in history at Bryn
Mawr College. The book is marked by the same sympathetic thor-
oughness and accuracy that have always characterized the studies of
Arnold's March from Cambridge to Quebec, by JUSTIN H.
SIIT-, Professor of Modern History, Dartmouth College (New
York and London: G. P. Putman's Sons), is a work which, for
scholarship, for critical and judicious handling of sources, and for
tasteful common sense in its make up, may well be styled excellent.
Sketches of Alabama History, by JOEL CAMPBELL DUBOSE, M.
A. (Philadelphia: Eldredge & Brother), while apparently intended
as an outline for popular reading rather than a scientific historical
treatise, is full-of interesting and valuable information.
In the October American Historical Review the leading articles
are "Historical Synthesis," by Fred Morrow Fling; "Two Lives of
the Emperor Charles V.," by Ernest F. Henderson; "The Failure
of the Humble Petition and Advice," by Ralph C. H. Catterall; and
"Election of Delegates from New York to the Second Continental
Congress," by Carl Becker. Three documents are printed, namely:
"Correspondence of the Comte de Moustier with Comte de Mont-
morin, 1787-1789, II"; "A Letter of Noah Webster to Daniel Web-
ster, 1834"; and "A Journey from New York to San Francisco in
The Gulf States Historical Magazine, November, 1903 (Vol. II,
No. 3), contains the following articles: 1. "Some Account of
Confederate Indian Affairs," by Sutton S. Scott; 2. "The Ku Klux
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