The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 41, July 1937 - April, 1938 Page: 21
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Historical Association, July, 1897-April, 1937
ARTICLES ARRANGED ALPHABETICALLY BY TOPICS
L'Abeille Americaine, William Beer, IV, 347-348.
Acapulco and the Manila Galleon, William Lytle Schurz, XXII,
Adjutant General in Texas, The Ofice of, 1835-1881, Clarence P.
Denman, XXVIII, 302-322.
Aguayo Expedition into Texas and Louisiana, The, 1719-1722,
Eleanor Claire Buckley, XV, 1-65.
Alabama Indians in Texas, The, Harriet Smither, XXXVI, 83-108.
Alamo, A Critical Study of the Siege of the, . . . and of the
Personnel of Its Defenders, Amelia Williams, XXXVI, 251-
287; XXXVII, 1-44, 79-115, 157-184, 237-312.
Alamo, The Escape of Rose from the, W. P. Zuber, V, 1-11; a
note on this, V, 164.
Alamo, Funeral of the Heroes of the, Eugene C. Barker, V, 69-70.
Alamo, Last Message from the, V, 263-266.
Alamo Monument, The, Alex Dienst, VIII, 83-84.
Alamo Monument, The, Nanna Smithwick Donaldson, VII, 328-
Alamo Monument, The, C. W. Raines, VI, 300-310.
Alamo, The Name, Lester G. Bugbee, II, 245-247.
Alamo; The Name, Edmond J. P. Schmitt, III, 67-69.
Alamo, Rose's Escape from the, W. P. Zuber, VI, 67-69.
Alamo, the Work of the Daughters of the Republic of Texas in
Behalf of the, Adele B. Looscan, VIII, 79-82.
Allen, W. Y., Extracts from the Diary of, 1838-1839, Wm. S. Red
(editor), XVII, 43-60.
Allen's Reminiscences of Texas, 1838-1842, Wm. S. Red (editor),
XVII, 283-305; XVIII, 287-304.
Alta California Supply Ships, The, 1773-1776, Charles E. Chap-
man, XIX, 184-194.
Amateur Historian, The, Samuel E. Asbury, XXVIII, 87-97.
Anahuac in 1832, The Disturbances at, Edna Rowe, VI, 265-299.
Anahuac,, The Old Fort at, Adele B. Looscan, II, 21-28.
Annexation of Texas, The, Sam Houston, I, 79-86.
Annexation, Donaldson's Mission to Texas in Behalf of, Annie
Middleton, XXIV, 247-291.
Annexation of Texas and the Mexican War, The, Z. T. Fulmore,
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