The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 31, July 1927 - April, 1928 Page: 9
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Review of Work of Texas State Tistorical Association 9
Vera Cruz in 1847," contributed by Robert A. Law (XVIII, 215);
"Early Presbyterianism in Texas as seen by Rev. James Weston
Miller, D. D.," by Robert Finney Miller, M. D. (XIX, 159);
"Major General John A. Wharton," by William Wharton Groce
contributed by E. W. Winkler (XX, 146); "Governor George
Thomas Wood," by Louella Styles Vincent (XX, 269); "Jared
Ellison Groce," by Rosa Groce Berleth (XX, 358); "Hamilton
Stuart: Pioneer Editor," by Ben C. Stuart (XXI, 381); "Remi-
niscences of Terry Rangers," by J. K. P. Blackburn (XXII, 143);
"John I-I. Fonda's Explorations in the Southwest," by Cardinal
Goodwin (XXIII, 39); "Journal of Lewis Birdsall Harris, 1836-
1842" (XXV, 63, 131, 185); "The Bryan-Hayes Correspondence,"
by E. W. Winkler (XXV, 98-XXX, 68 passim); "Edward Hop-
kins Cushing," by E. B. Cushing (XXV, 261); "Life and Service
of John Birdsall," by Adele B. Looscan (XXVI, 44); "Memoirs
of Major George Bernard Erath," by Lucy A. Erath (XXVI, 207,
255; XXVII, 27, 140); "Zachary Taylor Fulmore" (XXVII,
84); "Descriptions of Texas by Stephen F. Austin," contributed
by Eugene C. Barker (XXVIII, 98); "Statistical Report on Texas
(1835), by Juan N. Almonte," translated by Carlos E. Casta-
neda (XXVIII, 177); "From Texas to California in 1849: Diary
of C. C. Cox," edited by Mabelle Eppard Martin (XXIX, 128,
201); "Captain Amon B. King," by James M. Robertson (XXIX,
147); "A Trip to Texas in 1828: Jose Maria Sanchez," translated
by Carlos E. Castafieda (XXIX, 249); "Diary of a Texan Volun-
teer in the Mexican War," by James K. Holland (XXX, 1); "Cap-
tain Jesus Cuellar, Texas Cavalry, Otherwise Comanch6," by Har-
bert Davenport (XXX, 56); "Diary of Adolphus Sterne," edited
by Harriet Smither (XXX, 139, 219); "Extracts from the Remi-
niscences of General George W. Morgan," contributed by Samuel
E. Asbury (XXX, 178).
Some of these are much more than "Reminiscences" or the
testimony of living witnesses of past events, but are mixed, writ-
ten partly from memory and knowledge of local history, and partly
from research work. They are entered in the list for want of a
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Texas State Historical Association. The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 31, July 1927 - April, 1928, periodical, 1928; Austin, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth101088/m1/15/: accessed July 25, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Texas State Historical Association.