The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 20, July 1916 - April, 1917 Page: 203
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Bookc Reviews and Notices
Association, was printed in the Sunday issues of the Houston Post
for July 30 and August 6 and 13, 1916.
The Texas Hlistory Teachers Bulletin, AV, No. 3 (May, 1916),
continues the 'publication of extracts from the minutes of the
ayuntamiento of San Felipe. The proceedings of March 2, Octo-
ber 21, November 14, 22, 24, 27, 1829, and March 9, 1831, are
Articles of interest concerning Texas: El Paso (New Re-
public, June 17, 1916); The Old Texan Capital (Scribner's Mag-
azine, July, 1916); Mexico in San Antonio (New Republic, June
24, 1916) ; Houston-an Inland Seaport (Review of Reviews, July,
1916). The following articles recently appeared in Texas news-
papers: Reminiscences of the lower Rio Grande border during the
Civil War and 1866, when the United States threatened to expel
the French from Mexico, b'y Margaret L. Wilson (Galveston News,
August 6, 1916); A biographical sketch of General William J.
Worth, with many extracts from his unpublished letters (Ibid.,
August 6, 1916); The Alabama Indians of Polk County, Texas,
by C. D. Waide (Ibid., August 13, 1916); Captain Edgar Collins
Singer, inventor of a successful submarine torpedo in 1863, by
Horace N. Hill (San Antonio Express, July 30, 1916).
The San. Antonio Express of August 15, 1916, contains a list of
the sculptures of Pompeo Coppini, and a brief sketch of his life.
The Texas School Journal issued a special University of Texas
number for September, 1916.
Two important Bulletins of the University of Texas now in
press are, A Financial History of Texas, by Professor E. T. Miller
of the department of Economics and Sociology, and a. collection
of Political Party Platforms in Texas, by Mr. E. W. Winkler of
the University Library staff.
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