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Historical Association, July, 1897-April, 1937
NE iSOM, W. L. The Postal System of the Republic of Texas,
OLDlAM, W. S. Colonel John Marshall, XX, 132-138.
ORTIZ DE AYALA, TADEO. See Hatcher and Kelly.
PACE, ELEANOR DAMON (editor). The Diary and Letters of
William P. Rogers, 1846-1862, XXXII, 259-299.
PAxsoN, FREDERIC L. The Constitution of Texas, 1845, XVIII,
386-398. England and Mexico, 1824-25, IX, 138-141.
PALMER, (PARiMER) MARTIN. Letter: The Convention of March
6, 1836, XII, 247-248.
PEARSON, P. E. Reminiscences of Judge Edwin Waller, IV, 33-53.
PENDLETON, GEO. C. See Reagan.
PIER.soN, WILLIAM WHATLEY, JR. Texas versus White, XVIII,
341-367; XIX, 1-36, 142-158.
PONTON, BROv'NIE, AND MCFARLAND, BATES H. Alvar Nufiez
Cabeza de Vaca: A Preliminary Report on His Wanderings
in Texas, I, 166-186.
RAINEs, C. W. The Alamo Monument, VI, 300-310. Enduring
Laws of the Republic of Texas, I, 96-107; II, 152-161. Gov-
ernor Hogg's Service in the Cause of Texas History, IX,
282-283. Question on Texas Municipalities, II, 179; answered
by I. J. Cox, II, 248.
RAMSDELL, C1AS. W. Historical Election Ballots, XXIII, 308-
309. The Last Hope of the Confederacy-John Tyler to the
Governor and Authorities of Texas, XIV, 129-145; a note
on above: Major John Tyler's "Memorial" Again, XIV, 328.
Martin McHenry Kenney, X, 341-342. The Natural Limits
of Slavery Expansion, XXXIII, 91-111. Presidential Re-
construction in Texas, XI, 277-317; a correction, XII, 81;
XII, 204-230. Texas from the Fall of the Confederacy to
the Beginning of Reconstruction, XI, 199-219. The Texas
State Military Board, 1862-1865, XXVII, 253-275.
RATHER, ETHEL ZIVLEY. De Witt's Colony, with Maps, VIII,
95-192. Explanation to the Public Concerning the Affairs
of Texas by Citizen Stephen F. Austin (translation), VIII,
232-258. Recognition of the Republic of Texas by the
United States, XIII, 155-256. Texas History Materials in
Saltillo, VII, 244-245.
RAUNTCK, SELMA METZENTHIN. A Survey of German Literature
in Texas, XXXIII, 134-159.
REAGAN, JOHN H. A Conversation with Governor Houston, III,
279-281. Ellis Bean: Reply to a Query (by Geo. C. Pendleton
in VI, 73), VI, 166-167. The Expulsion of the Cherokees
from East Texas, I, 38-46. Mound Prairie, II, 99.
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