The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 41, July 1937 - April, 1938 Page: 13
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Historical Association, July, 1897-April, 1937
Register of the First General Officers of the Daughters of the
Republic of Texas Elected in 1891, V, 347-351. Harris
County, 1822-1845, XVIII, 195-207, 261-286, 399-409; XIX,
37-64. John R. Fenn, VIII, 259-262. Landmarks Preserved
by Daughters of Republic of Texas, VI, 258-262; a correc-
tion, VI, 333. Letter from a "Mier" Prisoner to His Mother,
V, 66-68. Life and Services of John Birdsall, XXVI, 44-57.
Manuel Frederick Gibenrath, the German Drummer of Goliad,
XIV, 166-168. Mrs. Mary Jane Briscoe, VII, 65-71. Micajah
Autry, a Soldier of the Alamo, XIV, 315-324; Miles Squier
Bennett, VII, 166-168. Mrs. Nellie Stedman Cox, XIII, 81.
The Old Fort at Anahuac, II, 21-28. The Old Fort on the
San Saba River as Seen by Dr. Ferdinand Roemer in 1847,
V, 137-141. The Old Mexican Fort at Velasco, I, 282-284.
The Pioneer Harrises of Harris County, Texas, XXXI, 365-
373. Sketch of the Life of Oliver Jones and of His Wife,
Rebecca Jones, X, 172-180. Some Interesting Documents,
VI, 71-72. The Work of the Daughters of the Republic of
Texas in Behalf of the Alamo, VIII, 79-82.
LOVE, CLARA M. History of the Cattle Industry in the Southwest,
XIX, 370-399; XX, 1-18.
LUBBOCK,, P. R. H. P. Bee, II, 54-57.
MCCALEB, W. F. The Attitude of the Spanish in Texas Towards
the Indians, I, 126-127. The First Period of the Gutierrez-
Magee Expedition, IV, 218-229. John H. Reagan, IX, 41-50.
Some Obscure Points in the Mission Period of Texas History,
McCALL, G. A. William T. Malone, XIV, 325-327.
MCCLINTOCK, WILLIAM A. Journal of a Trip Through Texas and
Northern Mexico in 1846-1847, XXXIV, 20-37, 141-158,
MCFARLAND, BATES H. See Ponton.
McKAY, S. S. Texas and the Southern Pacific Railroad, 1848-
1860, XXXV, 1-27.
MCLENDON, R. EARL. Daniel Webster and Mexican Relations:
The Santa F6 Prisoners, XXXVI, 288-311.
McMURTRIE, DOUGLAS C. The First Texas Newspaper, XXXVI,
41-46. Pioneer Printing in Texas, XXXV, 173-193.
MCNEIR, (MRs.) AGNEs PASCHAL. Did Texas Secede?, V, 168-
MANIGAULT, A. M. See Law.
MANNING, WILLIAM R. Texas and the Boundary Issue, 1822-
1829, XVII, 217-261.
MANZANET. See Casis.
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