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Southwestern Historical Quarterly
HOUSTON, SAM. The Annexation of Texas, I, 79-86. A Letter
from Sam Houston, VII, 72-73.
HOUSTON, SAM, JR. Shiloh Shadows, XXXIV, 329-333.
HOWREN, ALLEINE. Causes and Origin of the Decree of April 6,
1830, XVI, 378-422.
HUTCHINS, WELLS A. The Community Acequia: Its Origin
and Development, XXXI, 261-284.
JONES, A. H. The Storming of San Antonio, December 6-9, 1835
(a letter), X, 181-182.
JONES, O. GARFIELD. Local Government in the Spanish Colonies
as Provided by the Recopilaci6n de Leyes de los Reynos de las
Indias, XIX, 65-90.
JEFFRIES, CHARLES. Exhibition of Relics, XXX, 237-238.
KELLY, EDITH LOUISE. See Hatcher and Kelly.
KEMP, L. W. Mrs. Angelina B. Eberly, XXXVI, 193-199.
KENNEY, M. M. Tribal Society Among Texas Indians, I, 26-34;
an error corrected, I, 226-227. Recollections of Early Schools,
KING, ALMA DEXTA. The Political Career of Williamson Simpson
Oldham, XXXIII, 112-133.
KING, V. 0. The Cherokee Nation of Indians, II, 58-72.
KLEBERG, ROSA. Some of My Early Experiences in Texas, I,
297-302; II, 170-173.
KLEBERG, RUDOLPH, JR. See Hinueber.
KoCH, LENA CLARA. The Federal Indian Policy in Texas, 1845-
1860, XXVIII, 223-234, 259-286; XXIX, 19-35, 98-127.
KRESS, MARGARET KENNEY (translator; introduction by Mattie
Austin Hatcher). Diary of a Visit of Inspection of the
Texas Missions made by Fray Gaspar Jos6 de Solis in the
Year 1767-68, XXXV, 28-76.
KUYKENDALL, J. H. Reminiscences of Early Texas, VI, 236-
253, 311-330; VII, 29-64.
LAw, ROBERT A. (contributor). A Letter from Vera Cruz in 1847,
LESLEY, LEWIs B. The Purchase and Importation of Camels by
the United States Government, 1855-1857, XXXIII, 18-33.
LEWIs, WILLIAM RAY. The Hayes Administration and Mexico,
LEWIS, W. S. The Adventures of the "Lively" Immigrants, III,
LooscAN, MRS. ADELE B. Captain Joseph Daniels, V, 19-27.
Dugald McFarlane, XVI, 284-290. Elizabeth Bullock Huling,
A Texas Pioneer, XI, 66-69. Genealogical and Historical
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