The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 16, July 1912 - April, 1913 Page: 336
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The Southwestern Historical Quarterly
(November); "Old Fort Concho," by Paul B. Sturgis (Novem-
ber); "Along the San Antonio Trail," by J. H. Cosgrove (Novem-
ber) ; "The Poles of Texas," by LeRoy Hodges (December).
The Texas Division of the United Daughters of the Confederacy
was in session at Fort Worth from December 3 to 7.
A monument to the memory of those who wore the gray, erected
by the local chapter, United Daughters of the Confederacy, was
unveiled at Waxahachie November 2, 1912. 'The monument stands
on the courthouse lawn. The State Superintendent of Buildings
and Grounds reports the completion of the monument to Governor
George T. Wood at Point Black, San Jacinto county, and of that
over the grave of Elizabeth Crockett, wife of David Crockett, at
Acton, Hood county. The Thirty-second Legislature authorized
the erection of the last two monuments and made the necessary
appropriations for the purpose.
Mrs. J. A. Jackson of Austin reports the acquisition of an
interesting contemporary picture of Austin in 1839. It is de-
scribed in the Austin Statesman for October 23, 1912.
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