The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 21, July 1917 - April, 1918 Page: 219
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Book Reviews and Notices 219
The Brenham Banner-Press, on September 12, 1917, issued an
Industrial Edition of forty-eight pages. The usual write-ups of
the industries and commercial, social, religious and educational
activities of the town are accompanied by two reprints of consid-
erable historical value. An account of the New Mexico Cam-
paign of 1861, by Mr. W. T. Wroe, is copied from the La Grange
Journal. The Centennial Address of Dr. Wm. Carey Crane, de-
livered at Brenham, July 4, 1876, is reprinted from a pamphlet
that is now rare. The address contains much local history. It
is to be issued in pamphlet form.
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