The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 18, July 1914 - April, 1915 Page: 225
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Book Reviews and Notices
Manuel Joseph de Cardenas who accompanied one of the expedi-
tions sent by sea to search for the French. Historians have
formerly been inclined to locate the settlement further east, on
the Lavaca River. Incidentally Dr. Bolton shows the place of
La Salle's murder to have been near the present town of Nava-
sota, instead of on the Trinity or Neches River.
A report of the Conference of American Teachers of Inter-
national Law held at Washington, D. C., April 23-25, 1914, has
just been published by the American Society of International
Law (Byron S. Adams, printer, pp. ix, 83). The purpose of
the conference was to improve and extend the teaching of inter-
national law in colleges, universities and law schools. It was held
in connection with the annual meeting of the American Society of
International Law upon the invitation of Senator Root as presi-
dent of the Society. Forty-two of the leading colleges and uni-
versities sent delegates, most of them being teachers of interna-
tional law. The University of Texas was represented by Pro-
fessor William IR. Manning, who read a paper at the annual meet-
ing of the Society.
The Houston Post of July 26, 1914, publishes an illustrated
article by Miss Katie Daffan describing and giving a brief his-
torical sketch of the various Confederate monuments which have
been erected in Texas.
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