The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 16, July 1912 - April, 1913 Page: 224
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county; another provides that he must have been dead at least
fifteen years prior to admission.
A monument to commemorate the bravery of Colonel William
P. Rogers, of the Second Texas Infantry, was unveiled at Corinth,
Mississippi, August 15, by a committee of citizens of Victoria,
Texas, assisted by the Corinth U. D. C. Colonel Rogers was
killed in the battle of Corinth, October 4, 1862, while leading a
charge at Fort Robinett.--Austin Statesman, August 16, 1912.
Miss Elizabeth H. West, archivist in the Texas State Library,
has been in the City of Mexico since the first week in August.
She is supervising the copying of historical manuscripts in the
Archivo General of the Secretaria de Fomento, relating to the
colonization of Texas from 1820 to 1836.
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