The Quarterly of the Texas State Historical Association, Volume 8, July 1904 - April, 1905 Page: 276
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276 Texas Historical Association Quarterly.
BOOK REVIEWS AND NOTICES.
Mr. Eugene C. Barker, instructor in history in the University
of Texas, contributed an article on "The Finances of the Texas
Revolution," to Volume XIX, No. 4, of the Political Science
The contents of the Publications of the Southern History Asso-
ciation for October, 1904 (Vol. VIII, No. 6), are "Vice-President
Andrew Johnson," by D. M. De Witt; "Joseph Martin and the
Cherokees" (documents); "Recent Race Problem Literature," by
A. H. Stone; "The National Era, an Abolition Document" (docu-
ment); and "James Murray Mason," by W. L. Fleming.
The American Historical Review for October, 1904 (Vol. X,
No. 1), contains the following contributed articles: "The Univer-
sity of Paris in the Sermons of the Thirteenth Century," by
Charles H. Haskins; "English Poetry and English History," by
Goldwin Smith; "The Naming of America," by Edward G.
Bourne; "Nova Scotia and New England During the Revolution,"
by Emily P. Weaver; and "The First Stage of the Movement for
the Annexation of Texas," by George P. Garrison. The docu-
ments printed are "Alexander Hamilton's Notes in the Federal
Convention of 1787," and "Some Papers of Franklin Pierce, 1852-
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