The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 41, July 1937 - April, 1938 Page: 5
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BERTLETH, ROSA GROCE. Jared Ellison Groce, XX, 358-368.
BIESELE, R. L. The First German Settlement in Texas, XXXIV,
334-339. Prince Solm's Trip to Texas, 1844-45, XL, 1-25.
The Relations Between the German Settlers and the Indians
in Texas, 1844-1860, XXXI, 116-129. The San Saba Coloni-
zation Company, XXXIII, 169-183. The Texas State Con-
vention of Germans in 1854, XXXIII, 247-261.
BINKLEY, WILLIAM CAMPBELL. New Mexico and the Texan
Santa Fa Expedition, XXVII, 85-107. The Question of
Texan Jurisdiction in New Mexico Under the United States,
1848-1850, XXIV, 1-38. The Last Stage of Texan Military
Operations Against Mexico, 1843, XXII, 260-271.
BIRD, OLLIE. The First Free Public School Building Erected in
Texas, X, 101-102.
BLACKBURN, J. K. P. Reminiscences of the Terry Rangers,
XXII, 38-77, 143-179.
BLOUNT, BERTHA. The Apache in the Southwest, 1846-1886,
BLOUNT, LOIS FOSTER. A Brief Study of Thomas J. Rusk, Based
on His Letters to His Brother, David, 1835-1856, XXXIV,
181-202, 271-292. Captain Thomas William Blount and His
Memoirs, XXXIX, 1-13.
BOLTON, HERBERT E. The Beginnings of Mission Nuestra Seiiora
Del Refugio, XIX, 400-404. De Los Mapas, VI, 69-70. The
Founding of Mission Rosario: A Chapter in the History of the
Gulf Coast, X, 113-139. The Founding of the Missions on
the San Gabriel River, 1745-1749, XVII, 323-378. The
Jumano Indians in Texas, 1650-1771, XV, 66-84. The Loca-
tion of La Salle's Colony on the Gulf of Mexico, XXVII,
171-189. Massanet or Manzanet, X, 101. The Native Tribes
About the East Texas Missions, XI, 249-276. New Light on
Manuel Lisa and the Spanish Fur Trade, XVII, 61-66.
Notes on Clark's "The Beginnings of Texas," XII, 148-158.
The Old Stone Fort at Nacogdoches, IX, 283-285. Records
of the Mission of Nuestra Sefiora del Refugio, XIV, 164-
166. Some Materials for Southwestern History in the Archiv6
General de Mexico, VI, 103-112; VII, 196-213. The Spanish
Abandonment and Reoccupation of East Texas, 1773-1779,
IX, 67-137. Spanish Activities on the Lower Trinity River,
1746-1771, XVI, 339-377. Spanish Mission Records at San
Antonio, X, 297-307. The Spanish Occupation of Texas, 1519-
1690, XVI, 1-26; a correction, XVI, 225. Tienda de Cuervo's
Ynspeccion of Laredo, 1757 (translation and notes), VI,
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