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Southwestern Historical Quarterly
79); Clarence P. Denman, "The Office of Adjutant General in
Texas, 1835-1881" (XXVIII, 302); "A Trip to Texas in 1828:
Jos6 Maria Sanchez," translated by Carlos E. Castafieda (XXIX,
249); Frederick L. Paxson, "England and Mexico, 1824-1825"
(IX, 138); Ruby Cumby Smith, "James W. Fannin, Jr., in the
Texas Revolution" (XXIII, 80, 171, 271); A. K. Christian,
"Mirabeau Buonaparte Lamar" (XXIII, 153, 231; XXIX, 39,
87, 195, 317).
One desiring correct information on any phase of the coloniza-
tion or revolutionary period in the history of Texas cannot fail
to find it in this list.
The colonization laws and their administration are discussed in
Dr. Barker's "Notes on the Colonization of Texas"; "The Influ-
ence of Slavery in the Colonization of Texas"; "Minutes of the
Ayuntamiento of San Felipe de Austin, 1828-1832"; and "The
Government of Austin Colony, 1821-1831"; in Ethel Zivley
Rather's "DeWitt's Colony" and "Explanation to the Public Con-
cerning the Affairs of Texas by Citizen Stephen F. Austin"; Mrs.
Adele B. Looscan's "Harris County, 1822-1845"; Mrs. Mattie
Austin HIatcher, "The Municipal Government of San Fernando de
Bexar, 1720-1800"; "The Louisiana Background of the Coloniza-
tion of Texas, 1763-1803"; and "Conditions in Texas Affecting
the Colonization Problem, 1795-1801"; Mr. Lester G. Bugbee's
"The Old Three Hundred"; Mr. I. J. Cox, "The Founding of
the First Texas Municipality"; and Paxson's "England and Mex-
The Causes which Brought about the Revolution are reviewed
by Dr. Barker in "Difficulties of a Mexican Revenue Officer";
"Stephen F. Austin and the Independence of Texas"; "James
H. C. Miller and Edward Gritten"; "Declaration of Causes for
Taking up Arms against Mexico"; and "Land Speculation as a
Cause of the Texas Revolution"; Mr. Alex Dienst in "New Orleans
Newspaper Files of the Texas Revolutionary Period"; Edna Rowe's
"The Disturbances at Anahuac in 1832"; Alleine Howrin's
"Causes and Origin of the Decree of April 6, 1830"; and F. H.
Turner's "The Mejia Expedition."
The Beginnings of Hostilities at Gonzales are described by
Ethel Zivley Rather in "DeWitt's Colony"; Miles S. Bennett in
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