The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 28, July 1924 - April, 1925 Page: 174
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Southwestern Historical Quarterly
Frederickc Law Olmsted, a Critic of the Old South, by Broadus
Mitchell, is the title of No. 2, Series: XLII, Johns Hopkins
Studies in Historical and Political Science. The volume con-
tains three chapters: 1. The man, pp. 17-67. 2. The critic
of the ante-bellum South, pp. 68-113. 3. The economic effects
of slavery, pp. 114-156. While the study is based on Olmsted's
writings-Journey in the Seaboard Slave States; Journey in
Texas, Journey in the Back Country-the author calls attention
to the writings of other travelers and economists, who deal with
the Old South.
Recent publications relating to Texas: Peregrinusings. By
Harry Yandell Benedict. Austin: The Ex-Students' Associa-
tion of the University of Texas, 1924. Pp. 234. Illustrated.
Geology of the Coastal Plain of Texas West of the Brazos River.
By Alexander Deussen. Washington: Government Printing Office,
1924. (Professional Paper 126, U. S. Geological Survey.) The
Men Who Made Texas Free. The Signers of the Texas Declara-
tion of Independence-Sketches of their lives and patriotic serv-
ices. By Sam Houston Dixon. Houston: Texas Historical Pub-
lishing Co., 1924. Pp. 345. Illustrated. Romance and Tragedy
of Texas History, being a record of many thrilling events in Texas
history under Spanish, Mexican and Anglo-Saxon rule. By Sam
Houston Dixon. Houston: Texas Historical Publishing Co.,
1924. Pp. 335. Illustrated. Heel-Fly Time in Texas, a Story
of the Civil War Period. By John Warren Hunter. Bandera:
Frontier Times, 1924. Pp. 47. Reprinted from Frontier Times.
The Texas Colonists and Religion, 1821-1886. A centennial
tribute to the Texas patriots who shed their blood that we might
enjoy civil and religious liberty. By William Stuart Red. Aus-
tin: E. L. Shettles, 1924. Pp. 149. Illustrated. A History
of Texas from Wilderness to Commonwealth. By Louis J.
Wortham. Fort Worth: Wortham-Molyneaux Co., 1924. 5 vols.
Illustrated. Seventy Years in Texas, Memoirs of the Pioneer
Days, Indian Depredations and the Northwest Cattle Trail. By
J. M. Franks. Gatesville, Texas: The Author, 1924. Pp. 134.
Economic Aspects of Southern Sectionalism, 1840-1861. By
Robert Royall Russell. Urbana: The University of Illinois, 1923.
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