The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 21, July 1917 - April, 1918 Page: 221
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been temporarily discontinued at the University of California.
This year, however, four resident Native Sons fellows have been
appointed to catalogue and edit materials already collected by
former traveling fellows.
Mr. Roscoe R. Hill, whose Descriptive Catalogue of the Docu-
ments relating to the History of the United States in the Papeles
Procedentes de Cuba deposited in the Archivo General de Indias
at Seville was published recently by the Carnegie Institution of
Washington, has resigned as head of the history department at
the University of New Mexico in order to go into administrative
Professor Chapman has arranged with the management of the
Grizzly Bear Magazine to publish in that magazine such of the
term papers of his class in California history as show research
and fair literary style. Thus far the following items have ap-
peared: Historical and reminiscent articles in the first twenty
volumes of the Grizzly Bear Magazine, a bibliographical article by
Miss Leslie Underhill (April, 1917); The hide and tallow trade
in Alta California (to 1845 inclusive), by Mr. Theodore Gray
(July, 1917); The early history of Sacramento, by Miss Doris
Bepler (September, 1917) ; and the first paper in a series of four,
under the general title History of mining in California, this be-
ing entitled An Account of the '49 movement (September, 1917').
Henceforth, one or more articles will appear in every number of
the periodical. All are edited and provided with an introduction
by Professor Chapman.
Dr. Herbert I. Priestley assistant curator of the Bancroft
Library at the Tniversity of California since 1912, has been ap-
pointed also Assistant Professor of History in the Latin-Ameri-
can field, in which he is conducting seminars and lectures.
Professor William R. Manning of the University of Texas is
absent on leave for the year 1917-1918. He is engaged in edit-
ing the diplomatic correspondence between the United States
and all the Latin-American countries from 1820 to 1830. The
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