The Quarterly of the Texas State Historical Association, Volume 10, July 1906 - April, 1907 Page: 307
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Mission Records at San Antonio. 307
in some cases translated, may be our only means of assigning a
number of tribes to one or another of the great linguistic groups
of the Southwest. Hence, in proportion as language is a satisfac-
tory basis for ethnological classification and as other data are lack-
ing, these will be treasured by ethnologists.'
'It may be noted here that in the County Clerk's office at San Antonio
there is a considerable collection of documents dealing with mission land
titles, while in the City Clerk's office there are one or two documents of
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