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Southwestern Historical Quarterly
DAVENPORT, HARBERT (editor). Captain Jesus Cuellar, Texas
Cavalry, Otherwise "Comanche," XXX, 56-62. The Expedi-
tion of PAnfilo de Narviez, by Gonzalo Fernandez Oviedo y
Vald6z, XXVII, 120-139, 217-241, 276-304; XXVIII, 56-74,
DAVENPORT, HARBERT, AND WELLS, JOSEPH K. The First Euro-
peans in Texas, 1528-1536, XXII, 111-142, 205-259.
DAvIs, JOSHUA H. A Letter from the Army of the Republic of
Texas, X, 347-348; note on, XI, 72.
DAVIS, M. E. M. Louis Juchereau De Saint Denis, I, 305-306.
DEALEY, JAMEs Q. The Spanish Source of the Mexican Consti-
tution of 1824, III, 161-169.
DEBO, ANGIE. Southern Refugees of the Cherokee Nation, XXXV,
DE LEON, ALONSO. See West.
DENMAN, CLARENCE P. The Office of Adjutant General in Texas,
1835-1881, XXVIII, 302-322.
DIENST, ALEX. The Alamo Monument, VIII, 83-84. Contem-
porary Poetry of the Texan Revolution, XXI, 156-184. The
Navy of the Republic of Texas, XII, 165-203, 249-275; XIII,
1-43, 85-127. The New Orleans Newspaper Files of the Texas
Revolutionary Period, IV, 140-151. Question Concerning
Texas Navy, V, 267.
DINSMORE, STELLA PUTNAM. The Beginnings of Hopkins County,
DOHONEY, E. L. Arrest of R. L. Robertson in 1865, XII, 317-319.
DONALDSON, NANNA SMITHWICK. The Alamo Monument, VII,
328-329. Concerning the Gonzales Cannon, V, 356.
DONOGHUE, DAVID. Explorations of Albert Pike in Texas,
XXXIX, 135-138. The Route of the Coronado Expedition
in Texas, XXXII, 181-192.
DUNN, WILLIAM EDWARD. The Apache Mission on the San Saba
River; Its Founding and Failure, XVII, 379-414. Apache
Relations in Texas, 1718-1750, XIV, 198-274. The Founding
of Nuestra Sefiora del Refugio, the Last Spanish Mission in
Texas, XXV, 174-184. Missionary Activities Among the
Eastern Apaches Previous to the Founding of the San Saba
Mission, XV, 186-200. The Spanish Search for La Salle's
Colony on the Bay of Espiritu Santo, 1685-1689, XIX, 323-
DUTTON, C. E. Thoughts on Economic History, I, 151-165.
EAGLETON, NANCIE ETHIE. The Mercer Colony in Texas, 1844-
1883, XXXIX, 275-291; XL, 35-57, 114-144.
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