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Historical Association, July, 1897-April, 1987
SCHMITT, EDMOND J. P. The Name Alamo, III, 67-69. Sieur Louis
de Saint Denis, I, 204-215. Question concerning Shea manu-
script, I, 307; answered by Geo. P. Garrison, II, 179. See
SCHOEN, HAROLD. The Free Negro in the Republic of Texas,
XXXIX, 292-308; XL, 26-34, 85-113, 169-199, 267-289.
SCHURZ, WILLIAM LYTLE. Acapulco and the Manila Galleon,
XXII, 18-37. The Manila Galleon and California, XXI,
SEXTON, F. B. J. Pinckney Henderson, I, 187-203.
SHELBY, CHARMION CLAIRE. St. Denis's Second Expedition to
the Rio Grande, XXVII, 190-216. St. Denis's Declaration
Concerning Texas in 1717, XXVI, 165-183.
SHINDLER, EMMA B. San Augustine, III, 41-43.
SINKS, JULIA LEE. The Capitals of Texas, II, 243-245. Early
Courts of Fayette County, VII, 81-84. Editors and News-
papers of Fayette County, I, 34-37. The Indian Raid Near
Austin, 1843, III, 151-152. Religious Beliefs and Customs
of Texas Indians, I, 127. Rutersville College, II, 124-133.
SMITH, HENRY. Reminiscences of, XIV, 24-73.
SMITH, REBECCA W., AND MULLINS, MARION (editors). The
Diary of H. C. Medford, Confederate Soldier, 1864, XXXIV,
SMITH, RUBY CUMBY. James W. Fannin, Jr., in the Texas Revo-
lution, XXIII, 79-90, 171-203, 271-284.
SMITH, W. ROY. The Quarrel Between Governor Smith and
the Council of the Provisional Government of the Republic,
SMITHwICK, NoAH. Early Texas Nomenclature, II, 174-176.
SMITHER, HARRIET. The Alabama Indians of Texas, XXXVI,
83-108. Diary of Adolphus Sterne, XXX, 139-155, 219-232,
305-324; XXXI, 63-83, 181-187, 285-291, 374-383; XXXII,
87-94, 165-179, 252-258, 344-351; XXXIII, 75-79, 160-168,
231-242, 315-325; XXXIV, 67-76, 159-166, 257-265, 340-
347; XXXV, 77-82, 151-168, 238-242, 317-324; XXXVI,
67-72, 163-166, 215-230, 312-316; XXXVII, 45-61, 136-148,
215-222, 320-323; XXXVIII, 53-70, 149-153, 213-228. Eng-
lish Abolitionism and the Annexation of Texas, XXXII,
SPARKS, S. F. The Recollections of S. F. Sparks, XII, 61-79.
SPELL, LOTA M. The First Text Book Used in Texas, XXIX,
289-295. Samuel Bangs: The First Printer in Texas, XXXV,
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