The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 35, July 1931 - April, 1932 Page: 336
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Southwestern Hiistorical Quarterly
expedition into Texas in 1691-1692. These Studies are issued in
connection with the Commission's active program of collecting
and editing the materials pertaining to the history of the Catho-
lic Church in Texas. The headquarters of the Commission is at
St. Edward's University, Austin.
The West Texas Historical Association Yearbook, Volume VII,
continues the series of this regional organization upon the same
substantial basis established by previous publications. It is further
evidence of an awakened and intelligent interest in the history
of that part of Texas west of the Cross Timbers. Of particular
worth in this volume is Judge R. C. Crane's article upon the
sectional demand that culminated in the foundation of the Texas
Technological College. (Abilene. 1931. Pp. 152. $3.00.)
A 1931 Bulletin of the Sam Houston State Teachers College,
entitled Historical Number, is made up of papers read at the
meetings of the East Texas Historical Association from 1928 to
1931. Besides articles of local import, the volume contains some
of broad interest and significance by such historians as Charles
W. Ramsdell, R. L. Biesele, and George L. Crocket. (Huntsville.
1931. Pp. 150.)
The West Texas Historical and Scientific Society Publications,
number 3, published as one of the bulletins of Sul Ross State
Teachers College, Alpine, contains archaeological, historical, and
biological data upon the Big Bend and Davis Mountain country.
Of particular interest is an article by the dean of the trans-
Pecos historians, Judge O. W. Williams, upon the animals of
Pecos County. (Alpine. 1931. Illustrations. Pp. 72. $1.00.)
The Panhandle-Plains Historical Review, Volume IV, official
publication of the Panhandle-Plains Historical Society, has been
issued in connection with that organization's tenth year of ac-
tivity in the preservation of the historical materials of the Plains
country. This issue contains biographical sketches of several
pioneer plainsmen, a revealing article upon the archaeological re-
mains and the rich paleontological deposits of the Plains, and an
excellent sketch of the Indian side of the Adobe Walls fight by
the historian of the Comanches, Rupert N. Richardson. (Canyon.
1931. Illustrations. Pp. 116. $1.00.) J. E. H.
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