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Southwestern Historical Quarterly
de Espejo and his Journey to New Mexico" (XXX, 114); Father
Zepherin Engelhardt, "El Yllustre Sefior Chambuscado" (XXIX,
296). Each of these papers published in TI-IE QUARTERLY is re-
search work and intensive study of an important historical event,
or historic character, and all relate to Texas, New Mexico, or
California, former Spanish territory. Much of it is enriched by
translations from Spanish documents which had not previously
been accessible or published in English, found in Mexico, New
Mexico, California, local mission records, and the Bexar Archives.
COLONIAL PERIOD OF TEXAS AND REVOLUTION
As Dr. Bolton specialized on the Early History of Texas, with
equal industry and skill has Dr. Eugene C. Barker specialized on
the Colonial and Revolutionary period of Texas history. And as
the former made such valuable use of the Spanish sources, so the
latter, with equal zeal, has explored the Bexar Archives, the official
records preserved in the state library, municipal records, old Texas
newspapers, the Lamar Papers and, most valuable of all, the
Austin Papers. It has resulted in specialized work on varied sub-
jects, relating to this period extending from the fourth to the
twenty-ninth volume of T IE QUARTERLY : "Difficulties of a Mex-
ican Revenue Officer" (IV, 190); "The San Jacinto Campaign"
(IV, 237); "The African Slave Trade in Texas" (VI, 145);
"The Tampico Expedition" (VI, 169); "The Journal of the Per-
manent Council (October 11-27, 1835" (VII, 250); "The Texas
Revolutionary Army" (IX, 227); "Land Speculation as a Cause
of the Texas .Revolution" (X, 76); "Stephen F. Austin and the
Independence of Texas" (XIII, 257); "James IH. C. Miller and
Edward Gritten" (XIII, 145); "Declaration of Causes for Taking
up Arms against Mexico" (XV, 173); "The Government of Aus-
tin's Colony, 1821-1831" (XXI, 223); "Minutes of the Ayunta-
miento of San Felipe de Austin, 1828-1832" (XXI, 299; XXIV,
154, passim); "Stephen F. Austin" (XXII, 1); "The Influence
of Slavery in the Colonization of Texas" (XXVIII, 1); "Notes
on Early Texas Newspaper, 1819-1836" (XXI, 127); "A Glimpse
of the Texas Fur Trade in 1832" (XIX, 279); "Notes on the
Colonization of Texas" (XXVII, 108); "Description of Texas by
Stephen F. Austin," contributed by Eugene C. Barker (XXVIII,
98); The Austin Papers, edited by Eugene C. Barker, published
in Annual Report of the American Historical Association for the
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