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Southwestern Historical Quarterly
282-284. The Places of Burial of Three Prominent Texans,
XXII, 279-282. Question concerning Comanche raids, III,
326. The Release of Stephen F. Austin from Prison, XIV,
155-163. Sam Houston and Williamson Simpson Oldham,
XX, 146-150. The Seat of Government of Texas, X, 140-
171, 185-245. Some Historical Activities of the Texas
Library and Historical Commission, XIV, 294-304. Some
Memorial Legislation by the Thirty-Second Legislature, XIV,
329-330. The Texas Library and Historical Commission,
XIII, 82-83. The Texas Republican, VII, 242-243; XVI,
329-331. The "Twin Sisters" Cannon, 1836-1865, XXI, 61-
68. Who was "Democrat?", XXIV, 85.
WINSTON, JAMES E. The Annexation of Texas and the Mississippi
Democrats, XXV, 1-25. Kentucky and the Independence of
Texas, XVI, 27-62. Mississippi and the Independence of
Texas, XXI, 36-60. The Mississippi Whigs and the Annexa-
tion of Texas, XXIX, 161-180. New Orleans Newspapers
and the Texas Question, 1835-1837, XXXVI, 109-129. New
York and the Independence of Texas, XVIII, 368-385.
Notes on Commercial Relations Between New Orleans and
Texan Ports, 1838-1839, XXXIV, 91-105. Pennsylvania and
the Independence of Texas, XVII, 262-282. Texas Annexa-
tion Sentiment in Mississippi, 1835-1844, XXIII, 1-19.
Virginia and the Independence of Texas, XVI, 277-283.
WOLDERT, ALBERT. The Location of the Tejas Indian Village
(San Pedro) and the Spanish Missions in Houston County,
Texas, XXXVIII, 203-212.
WINTERS, JAMES WASHINGTO\. An Account of the Battle of
San Jacinto, VI, 139-144.
Woon, W. D. The Ku Klux Klan, IX, 262-268. Origin of
Names of Madison County and Madisonville, VI, 334-336.
Reminiscences of Texas and Texans Fifty Years Ago, V,
113-120. Sketch of the Early Settlement of Leon County,
Its Organization, and Some of the Early Settlers, IV, 203-
217. Wandering John Taylor, III, 214-218.
WOOTEN, DUDLEY G. The Life and Services of Oran Milo Roberts
(The President's Annual Address), II, 1-20.
WORLEY, J. L. The Diplomatic Relations of England and the
Republic of Texas, IX, 1-40.
ZUBIER, W. P. Captain Adolphus Sterne, II, 211-216; a correc-
tion, II, 319. The Escape of Rose from the Alamo, V, 1-11;
notes on, V, 164, 263-266; VI, 67-69. The Murder of the
Taylors by the Indians, II, 177-178. The Number of "Deci-
mated Mier Prisoners," V, 165-168. Thomson's Clandestine
Passage Around Nacogdoches, I, 68-70.
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