The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 20, July 1916 - April, 1917 Page: 412
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The Southwestern Historical Quarterly
about the character of Austin's colonists. Evidently he has heard
some pretty alarming stories about these early Texans. In his
reply, dated San Felipe, March 31, 1829, Stephen F. Austin gives
his colonists a favorable character, and details some of the diffi-
culties he has encountered in keeping the settlement free of
The Scientific Monthly (January, 1917) contains an article by
Edward L. Troxell on "'Fossil Hunting in Texas." He describes
the Gidley Quarry on Rock Creek, Parker county, and some of the
prehistorical animal skeletons that he and others have uncovered
there in recent years.
"A Play for San Jacinto Night" is the title of a little masque
for Texas school children, written by Marjorie Wilson Crooks and
published as Bulletin of the University of Texas, 1916, No. 72.
Anti-Trust Legislation in Texas, noted in THE QUARTERLY,
XX, 202, has since been published in pamphlet form.
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