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Southwestern Historical Quarterly
AUSTIN, MARY (MRS. MOSES). A Letter from Mary Austin, X,
AUSTIN, STEPHEN F. See Rather.
AYERS, CHARLES H. Lewis Ayers, IX, 269-281.
BARKER, EUGENE C. The African Slave Trade in Texas, VI, 145-
158. The Battle of Velasco, VII, 326-328. The Butler
Papers and a Supplement to the Austin Papers, XIV, 331-
332. Descriptions of Texas by Stephen F. Austin, 1828,
XXVIII, 98-121. Difficulties of a Mexican Revenue Officer
in Texas, IV, 190-202. Don Carlos Barrett, XX, 139-145.
Funeral of the Heroes of the Alamo, V, 69-70. A Glimpse
of the Texas Fur Trade in 1832, XIX, 279-282. The Gov-
ernment of Austin's Colony, 1821-1831, XXI, 223-252. The
Influence of Slavery in the Colonization of Texas, XXVIII,
1-33. James H. C. Miller and Edward Gritton, XIII, 145-153.
The Journal of the Permanent Council (October 11-27,
1835), VII, 249-278. Land Speculation as a Cause of the
'Texas Revolution, X, 76-95. Minutes of the Ayuntamiento
of San Felipe de Austin, 1828-1832, XXI, 299-326, 395-423;
XXII, 78-95, 180-196, 272-278, 353-359; XXIII, 69-77, 141-
151, 214-223, 302-307; XXIV, 81-83, 154-166. Notes on
the Colonization of Texas, XXVII, 108-119. Notes on Early
Texas Newspapers, 1819-1836, XXI, 127-144. Proceedings
of the Permanent Council, IX, 287-288. The San Jacinto
Campaign, IV, 237-345. Some Fannin Correspondence, VII,
318-325. Stephen F. Austin, XXII, 1-17. Stephen F. Austin
and the Independence of Texas, XIII, 257-284. The Tampico
Expedition, VI, 169-186. The Texan Declaration of Causes
for Taking up Arms Against Mexico, XV, 173-185. The
Texan Revolutionary Army, IX, 227-261. The Texas Repub-
lican, IV, 233-234. The Whip Handle Dispatch, IV, 232-233.
BASKETT, JAMES NEWTON. A Study of the Route of Cabeza de
Vaca, X, 246-279, 308-340.
BATTS, R. L. Defunct Counties of Texas, I, 87-91.
BEER, WILLIAM. Notice of Texas by a Traveler [Amand Goegg],
BELL, JAMES G. See J. Evetts Haley.
BENDER, A. B. Opening Routes Across West Texas, 1848-1856,
XXXVII, 116-135. The Texas Frontier, XXXVIII, 135-148.
BENEDICT', HARRY YANDELL. George Pierce Garrison, XIV, 173-
181; a note on, XIV, 336.
BENEDICT, J. W. Diary of a Campaign Against the Comanches,
BENNET, MILES S. The Battle of Gonzales, The "Lexington"
of the Texas Revolution, II, 313-316.
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