The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 20, July 1916 - April, 1917 Page: 312
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The Southwestern Historical Quarterly
occasion of the unveiling of the Confederate Monument at Living-
ston, Texas, October 10, 1901.
Biographical sketches of Sydney Smith, for many years secre-
tary of the State Fair of Texas, and of Miss Clyde Giltner Chand-
ler, the sculptor, were printed in the Dallas News, October 15,
1916. Miss Chandler designed "The Gulf Cloud" or Sidney Smith
Under the title "The patron saint of the University of Texas,"
R. Bedichek reviews for the San Antonio, Express of October 29,
1916, the valuable services of George W. Brackenridge as regent.
"The Cow Country," by Frederick L. Paxson, is the title of an
article in the American Historical Review (October, 1916) that
relates to the region served by TITE QUARTERLY.
Molnuments of Galveston: A Guide is the title of a small pam-
phlet prepared by a committee composed of Cornelia Branch Stone,
R. Waverley Smith and Ballinger Mills, and published by the
Rosenberg Library, 1915.
The Texas History Teachers' Bulletin, V, No. 1 (November 15,
1916), prints twelve documents from the Nacogdoches Archives,
dated June and July, 1832, dealing with the uprising of the col-
onists against Colonel Bradburn at Anahuac.
A Financial History of Texas, by Edmund Thornton Miller,
Adjunct Professor of Economics in the University of Texas, has
just been issued as a Bulletin of the University. It will be re-
viewed in the next number of TiE QUARTERLY.
"An Episode of the Texas Revolution," contributed by Colonel
J. Morris Morgan to The Military Historian and Economist, I,
467-473 (October, 1916), is a contemporary account of the duel
between General Felix Houston and General Albert Sidney Johns-
ton in 1837.
In the Atlantic Monthly for January, 1917, Colonel Morgan
begins "Recollections of a. Rebel Reefer."
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