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Historical Association, July, 1897-April, 1937
CLARK, ROBT. CARLTON. The Beginnings of Texas-Fort Saint
Louis and Mission San Francisco de los Tejas, V, 171-205.
Louis Juchereau de St. Denis and the Re-establishment of the
Tejas Missions, VI, 1-26.
CLARKE, FANNIE McALPIN. A Chapter in the History of Young
Territory, IX, 51-62.
CLEAVES, W. S. Lorenzo de Zavala in Texas, XXXVI, 29-40.
CLELAND, RORERT GLASS. The Early Sentiment for the Annex-
ation of California: An Account of the Growth of American
Interest in California, 1835-1846, XVIII, 1-40, 121-161, 231-
260. Jefferson Davis and the Confederate Congress, XIX,
COOLEY, MRS. EMILY B. A Retrospect of San Antonio, IV, 54-56.
CooPWoOD, BETHEL. Concerning Saint Denis, II, 97-98. Don
Carlos de Siguenza, III, 66-67. Notes on the History of
La Bahia del Espiritu Santo, II, 162-169. Route of Cabeza
de Vaca, III, 108-140, 177-208, 229-264; IV, 1-32.
CORNER, WILLIAM. John Crittenden Duval: The Last Survivor
of the Goliad Massacre, I, 47-67.
Cox, C. C. Reminiscences, VI, 113-138, 204-235. See also Mar-
tin, Mabelle Eppard.
Cox, ISAAC JOSLIN. The Early Settlers of San Fernando, V, 142-
160. Father Edmond John Peter Schmitt, V, 206-211. Edu-
cational Efforts in San Fernando de Bexar, VI, 27-63. The
Founding of the First Texas Municipality, II, 217-226; a
correction by Edmond J. P. Schmitt, III, 285. The Louisiana-
Texas Frontier, X, 1-75; XVII, 1-42, 140-187. The South-
west Boundary of Texas, VI, 81-102. See also Raines.
CoY, OWEN C. The Last Expedition of Josiah Gregg, XX, 41-49.
COYNER, C. LUTHER. Peter Hansborough Bell, III, 49-53.
CRANE, R. C. Some Aspects of the History of West and North-
west Texas Since 1845, XXVI, 30-43.
CRIMMINS, COL. M. L. Colonel Robert E. Lee's Report on Indian
Combats in Texas, XXXIX, 21-32. Fort McKavett, Texas,
CUNNINGHAM, CHARLES H. The Residencia in the Spanish Colo-
nies, XXI, 253-278.
CURLEE, ABIGAIL. The History of a Texas Slave Plantation, 1831-
63, XXVI, 79-127.
CUSHING, E. B. Edward Hopkins Cushing: An Appreciation by
His Son, XXV, 261-273.
DAFFAN, KATIE. Dr. George P. Garrison, XIV, 170-171.
DARLINGTON, J. W. The Killing of - Rogers, I, 125.
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