The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 31, July 1927 - April, 1928 Page: 25
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Review of Work of Texas State Historical Association 25
247), "The Texas Convention of 1845" (XXV, 26); W. P. Webb,
"The Last Treaty of the Republic of Texas" (XXV, 151); Anna
Muckleroy, "The Indian Policy of the Republic of Texas" (XXV,
299; XXVI, 1, 128, 184); Annie Heloise Abel, "Mexico as a
Field for Systematic British Colonization, 1839" (XXX, 63);
Clarence P. Denman, "The Office of Adjutant General in Texas,
1835-1881" (XXVIII, 302); Z. T. Fulmore, "The Annexation
of Texas and the Mexican War" (V, 28); J. L. Worley, "The
Diplomatic Relations of England and the Republic of Texas" (IX,
The publication in 1908 of the Diplomatic Correspoondence of
the Republic of Texas, George P. Garrison, editor, in the eighth
report of the Historical Manuscripts Commission of the American
Historical Association, in three volumes, and printed by the Gov-
ernment Printing Office at Washington, was one of the outstand-
ing achievements of the Association and made a valuable source of
history available, not only to Texas historians but to others on
a subject of nation-wide interest.
Secondary in importance to this, is "British Correspondence
Concerning Texas," taken from the British Archives in London,
edited by Ephraim Douglass Adams and published in TI-IE QUAR-
TERLY from the fifteenth to the twenty-first volumes. These orig-
inal records are supplementary, and very useful as sources in all
the questions relative to the recognition of Texas by the United
States and Great Britain and the heated debates in Texas and the
United States, so long drawn out over the admission of Texas to
One of the notable papers in this line is the one entitled "Rec-
ognition of the Republic of Texas by the United States," written
by Ethel Zivley Rather, a thesis presented to the faculty of Yale
University in part fulfillment of the requirement for the degree
of Doctor of Philosophy, May, 1908. Others are, "Diplomatic
Relations of Texas and the United States, 1839-1843," by Thomas
Maitland Marshall, Professor of History in Washington Univer-
sity, St. Louis; Judge Z. T. Fulmore's "The Annexation of Texas
and the Mexican War"; Webb's "The Last Treaty of the Republic
of Texas"; Miss Elizabeth Howard West's "Southern Opposition
to the Annexation of Texas"; Mr. James E. Winston's series of
papers showing the sympathies of Virginia, New York, and Mis-
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