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VINCENT, LOUELLA STYLES. Governor George Thomas Wood, XX,
WALLER, J. L. The Overland Movement of Cotton, 1866-1886,
WARREN, HARRY. Col. William G. Cooke, IX, 210-219.
WEBB, W. P. The Last Treaty of the Republic of Texas, XXV,
WELLS, JOSEPH K. See Davenport and Wells.
WEST, ELIZABETH HOWARD. Ben Milam's Rifle and Its Donor,
XXVI, 317. Bonilla's Brief Compendium of the History of
Texas, 1772 (an annotated translation), VIII, 1-78. De
Le6n's Expedition of 1689 (an annotated translation), VIII,
199-224. Southern Opposition to the Annexation of Texas,
XVIII, 74-82. Texas . .. by Milam, XVI, 106-107. Texas
Almanac for 1861, XVI, 435-436. Queries, II, 99-100; an-
swered, in part, by Edmond J. P. Schmitt, II, 179-180.
WHEELER, T. B. Reminiscences of Reconstruction in Texas, XI,
WHITE, DABNEY. Mound Prairie, I, 307.
WHITEHURST, A. Reminiscences of the Schnively Expedition of
1867, VIII, 267-271.
WILKINSON, A. E. The Author of the Texas Homestead Exemp-
tion Law, XX, 35-40.
WILLIAMS, AMELIA. A Critical Study of the Siege of the Alamo
and the Personnel of Its Defenders, XXXVI, 251-287;
XXXVII, 1-44, 79-115, 157-184, 237-312.
WILLIAMS, 0. W. Route of Cabeza de Vaca in Texas, III, 54-64.
WILLIAMS, ROBT. H., JR. Travis-A Potential Sam Houston,
WILSON, W. F. Two Letters from a Mier Prisoner, II, 233-236.
WINKLER, E. W. Authorship of a Pamphlet by Curtius, XXIV,
85-86. The Bexar and Dawson Prisoners, XIII, 292-324.
The Bryan-Hayes Correspondence, XXV, 98-120, 198-221,
274-299; XXVI, 58-70, 149-162, 234-239, 281-316; XXVII,
52-73, 164-167, 242-250, 305-328; XXVIII, 75-80, 164-172,
235-242, 323-330; XXIX, 66-76, 151-156, 232-239, 301-316;
XXX, 68-74. The Cherokee Indians in Texas, VII, 95-165.
Destruction of Historical Archives of Texas, XV, 148-155.
Documents Relating to the Organization of the Municipality
of Washington, Texas, X, 96-100. The First Newspaper in
Texas, VI, 162-165. The Lamar Papers, XIII, 81-82. "The
Lost Cause," A Poem, XXI, 101-102. The Mexican Advo-
cate, VII, 243; VIII, 272-275. Newspaper Curiosities, XXI,
102-103. On Enduring and Instructive Monuments, XXII,
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