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RED, WILLIAM S. Allen's Reminiscences of Texas, 1838-1842,
XVII, 283-305; XVIII, 287-304. Extracts from the Diary
of W. Y. Allen, 1838-1839, XVII, 43-60.
REGENBRECHT, ADALBERT. The German Settlers of Millheim Be-
fore the Civil War, XX, 28-34.
REINIIHARDT, LEWIS. The Communistic Colony of Bettina, 1846-8,
III, 33-40; a note on, III, 151.
RENICK, DOROTHY WATIES. The City of Kent, XIX, 51-65.
RICHARDSON, RUPERT N. Framing the Constitution of the Re-
public of Texas, XXXI, 191-220. Some Details of the South-
ern Overland Mail, XXIX, 1-18.
RICKARD, J. A. Hazards of Ranching on the South Plains,
RIPPY, J. FRED. Border Troubles Along the Rio Grande, 1848-
1860, XXIII, 91-111. Mexican Projects of the Confederates,
XXII, 291-317. The Negotiation of the Gadsden Treaty,
XXVII, 1-26. A Ray of Light on the Gadsden Treaty, XXIV,
235-242. Some Precedents of the Pershing Expedition Into
Mexico, XXIV, 292-316.
RISTER, C. C. The Significance of the Destruction of the Buffalo
in the Southwest, XXXIII, 34-49. The Significance of the
Jacksboro Indian Affair of 1871, XXIX, 181-200.
ROBERTS, O. M. The Capitals of Texas, II, 117-123. The Expe-
rience of an Unrecognized Senator, XII, 87-147. A History
of the Establishment of the University of the State of Texas,
I, 233-265. Prehistoric Races in Texas, I, 145-150. The
Proper Work of the Association, I, 3-8.
ROBERTSON, JAMES M. Captain Amon B. King, XXIX, 147-150.
ROGERS, WILLIAM P. See Pace.
ROLLER, GEN. JOHN E. Captain John Sowers Brooks, IX, 157-
ROWE, EDNA. The Disturbances at Anahuac in 1832, VI, 265-299.
RowLAND, KATE MASON. General John Thomas Mason, An Early
Friend of Texas, XI, 163-198.
Russ, WM. A., JR. Radical Disfranchisement in Texas, 1867-70,
SANCHEZ, JOSE' MARIA. See Castafieda.
SANDBO, ANNA IIENE. Beginnings of the Secession Movement in
Texas, XVIII, 41-73. The First Session of the Secession
Convention of Texas, XVIII, 162-191.
SCHMIDT, C. F. Viktor Frederich Bracht, a Texas Pioneer,
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