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Review of Work of Texas State Historical Association 27
Ellison; "The Southwest Boundary of Texas," by I. J. Cox (VI,
81); "Border Troubles Along the Rio Grande, 1848-1860," by
J. Fred Rippy (XXIII, 91); "The German Settlers of Milheim
Before the Civil War," by Adelbert Regenbrecht (XX, 28).
TEXAS IN THE CONFEDERACY AND RECONSTRUCTION
Dr. Charles W. Ramsdell, of the Department of History of the
University of Texas, has specialized in TIIE QUARTERLY on that
portion of history dealing with Texas as a member of the Con-
federate States and during Reconstruction, and a number of other
notable papers under this heading were written by his students
as theses in fulfillment of degrees. Dr. Ramsdell, himself, is
author of "The Texas State Military Board, 1862-1865" (XXVII,
253), "The Last Hope of the Confederacy-John Tyler to the
Governor and Authorities of Texas," with an introduction by
Charles W. Ramsdell (XIX, 129), "Texas from the Fall of the
Confederacy to the Beginning of Reconstruction" (XI, 199), and
"Presidential Reconstruction in Texas" (XII, 277).
Mrs. Anna Irene Sandbo, as theses for the Master of Arts de-
gree of the University of Texas, contributed "Beginnings of the
Secession Movement in Texas" (XVIII, 41), and "First Session
of the Secession Convention in Texas" (XVIII, 162).
Dr. Edmund Thornton Miller, Professor of Economics of the
University of Texas, contributed notable papers: "The State
Finances of Texas During th( Civil War" (XIV, 1, 87); "Re-
pudiation of State Debt in Texas since 1861" (XVI, 169). The
first was published in July, 1910; and subsequently in July, 1916,
he published A Financial History of Texas, building on his orig-
inal paper in THE QUARTERLY. The latter is published as a
Bulletin of the University of Texas. Other papers of this period
are: "A Glimpse of Albert Sidney Johnston Through the Smoke
of Shiloh," by J. B. Ulmer (X, 285); "The Experience of an
Unrecognized Senator," by 0. M. Roberts (XII, 87); "Adminis-
trative Problems of the Confederate Post Office Department," by
L. R. Garrison (XIX, 111, 232); "Jefferson Davis and the Con-
federate Congress," by Robert G. Cleland (XIX, 213); "Texas vs.
White," by William Whatley Pierson (XVIII, 341; XIX, 1, 142);
"The Powers of the Commander of the Confederate Trans-Mis-
sissippi Department," by Florence Elizabeth Holladay (XXI, 279,
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