The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 41, July 1937 - April, 1938 Page: 120
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Southwestern Historical Quarterly
sketches of a number of men closely connected with the history"
of the West and the cattle industry. Among these are found
Colonel O. W. Wheeler, Joseph G. McCoy, Charles Goodnight,
William E. Malaley, Ben F. Williams, Brinton Darlington, Pat
Hennessey, Hendry Brown, Ed Short, Charley Bryant, and Frank
Swaggart. The book thus is a contribution to the history of frontier
Numerous photographs and illustrations and a very excellent
detailed map of the Chisholm trail from Red River to the Kansas
line add materially to the value of the work.
C. H. T.
The Place-Names of Warwickshire. By J. E. B. Over, A. Mawer,
and F. M. Stenton. (Cambridge: At the University
This book, written in collaboration with F. T. S. Houghton, is
the thirteenth volume of the English Place-Name Society. Fifty-
one pages of introduction and explanations precede the main
discussion of three hundred and eighty-five pages, while the index
contains twenty-eight pages. Following an account of river-names,
road-names, and miscellaneous names is a list of the place-names
in the hundreds of Hemlingford, Knightlow, Barlichway, and
Kineton. Finally there is a brief section on personal, French,
Celtic, feudal, manorial, field, and minor names. The book is
well done and should meet with the approval of those persons
who are interested in the history of place-names in Warwickshire.
R. L. B.
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