The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 21, July 1917 - April, 1918 Page: 426
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The Southwestern Historical Quarterly
originated on the Nueces river, and was delivered in the Whet-
stone Bottom of the Missouri river in Nebraska in the summer
The Belton Journal on January 3, 1918, printed an article by
Mr. George W. Tyler, entitled "Bell County's Charter Oak."
Under this live oak, which stands near the bridge across the Leon
river on the Belton-Temple pike, was held the election in 1850 for
the organization of the county. This article is an excerpt from
some "JNotes on Bell County History" which Mr. Tyler has in
Excerpts from a diary kept by Mr. D. P. Hopkins, of the Texas
Frontier Regiment, covering the period from February 26 to
August 23, 1862, were printed in the San Antonio Express Janu-
ary 13, 1918.
"The expulsion of the British consuls by the Confederate Gov-
"ernment," by M. L. Bonham, is printed in Americana, XII,
Some results of an expert survey of the public schools of Wal-
ker county, Texas, are published in the Journal of Education,
January 3, 1918.
Portraits of ex-Governors Hogg, C'ulberson, and Sayers have
been placed in the Law Library of the University of Texas. They
are the gift of a donor whose name has not been announced.
A portrait of Judge James L. Autry was placed in the Lawyers'
Law Library of Houston, March 25, 1918.
W. J. McDonald, former deputy sheriff, deputy United States
marshal, Ranger captain, State Revenue Agent, and hero of Cap-
tain Bill McDonald, Texas Ranger: A story of frontier reform,
by A. B. Paine, died at Wichita Falls, January 15, 1918. He was
United States marshal for the North Texas district at the time of
Isaac Sanger, eldest brother of the firms Sanger Brothers, of
Waco and Dallas, and its founder, died at Sea Cliff, Long Island,
N. Y., January 16, 1918.
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