The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 31, July 1927 - April, 1928 Page: 29
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Review of Work of Texas State Historical Association 29
State Division in California, 1849-1860," by William H. Ellison
(XVIII, 101); "Early Sentiment for the Annexation of Cali-
fornia," by Robert Glass Cleland (XVIII, 1, 121, 231); "The
Literature of California History" (XXII, 318), and "Gali and
Rodriguez Cermenho: Explorations of California" (XXIII, 204),
and "Sebastian Vizcaino: Explorations of California" (XXIII,
285); by Charles E. Chapmen; "New Light on Pattie and the
Southwestern Fur Trade," by Joseph J. Hill (XXVI, 243); "The
Manila Galleon and California (XXI, 1.07) and "Acapulco and
the Manila Galleon" (XXI, 18), by William Lytle Schurtz; "The
Mineral Land Question in California, 1848-1866" (XXX, 1) and
California and the Nation, 1846-1869" (XXX, 83), by Joseph
Ellison; "The Last Expedition of Josiah Gregg," by Owen C. Coy
This record during the past thirty years is satisfactory proof
that the Association has made good progress in that section of
its constitution which enjoins on it the duty of discovering, col-
lecting, preserving and publishing historical material, especially
such as relates to Texas.
About twelve years ago the Association voted to transfer its
hbrary and collection of documents to the University of Texas.
They have been catalogued and are available to students of his-
tory under the charge of competent librarians. THE QUAUTiERLY
is sent to about one hundred and fifty societies and institutions,
which reciprocate with their publications. In this way the Uni-
versity Library has been greatly enriched by the publications of
state and local historical societies.
Even to a greater degree, if possible, that clause of the consti-
tution which states its general object, the promotion of historical,
studies, has met expectations. At no time has there been lack of
suitable material for publication. In many instances papers pub-
lished in Ti E QUARTERILY have grown into books.
There have been only eight presidents of the Association since
its birth. Ex-Governor 0. iM. Roberts served until his death,
May 19, 1898, and was succeeded by the first vice-president, Dud-
]ey G. Wooten, who made the annual address; Ex-Senator John IH.
Reagan was elected at the annual meeting June 19, 1899, and was
re-elected until his death in 1906. Dr. David F. Houston was
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