The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 36, July 1932 - April, 1933 Page: 248
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Southwestern Historical Quarterly
industry, is to be found in the files of the paper embracing the
dates April 28 to August 4, 1932.
Dr. R. N. Richardson's history of the Comanche Indians is to
be published by Arthur H. Clark Company next spring. Its com-
plete title is not yet available. The Quivira Society, of Los
Angeles, has announced its decision to publish Dr. Carlos E.
Castafieda's translation, Mofi's History of Texas, 1673-1779.
"Red" John Dunn's Perilous Trails of Texas, 1932, 163 pp.,
$2.50, issued privately, is a simple, stark account of his experience
in the settlement of South Texas. What it lacks in organization,
it makes up in cold reality. It portrays the lasting impressions
of a life with its share of bad blood engendered by racial wars and
hatreds. Written bravely, without tedious explanation or useless
apology, it is a welcome relief from the effusions of those regen-
erates who lived boldly, but unfortunately lived long enough to
apologize for it.
The Bulletin of the Texas Archeological and Paleontological
Society, Vol. III, 96 pp., 1931, Abilene, Texas, has hitherto escaped
notice in the Quarterly.
West Texas Historical Association Year Book, Abilene, 1932,
Vol. VIII, 144 pp., continues the high class of this regional series.
The Panhandle-Plains Historical Review, V, 102 pp., 1932,
$1.00, is an unusually interesting compilation of Plains history
issued by the Society at Canyon, Texas, and edited by Mr. L. F.
Tone the Bell Easy is the title of Vol. X, Texas Folklore Society
publications, edited by Professor J. Frank Dobie, Austin, 1932,
200 pp., $2.50.
Major Ingham Stephen Roberts, of Houston, a Councillor of
this Association since 1926, died in San Antonio October 9, 1932.
J. Evnras HALEY.
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