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Historical Association, July, 1897-April, 1937
Duval, John Crittenden: The Last Survivor of the Goliad Mas-
sacre, William Corner, I, 47-67.
Early Irrigation in Texas, Edward P. Arneson, XXV, 121-130.
Early Experiences in Texas, Some of my, Rosa Kleberg, I, 297-
302; II, 170-173.
Eberly, Mrs. Angelina B., L. W. Kemp, XXXVI, 193-199.
Economic History, Thoughts on, Major C. E. Dutton, I, 151-165.
Educational Efforts in San Fernando de Bxar, I. J. Cox, VI,
England and Mexico, 1824-25, Frederic L. Paxson, IX, 138-141.
English Abolitionism and the Annexation of Texas, Harriet
Smither, XXXII, 193-205.
Epidemic Cholera in Texas, 1833-1834, J. Villasana Haggard, XL,
Episcopal Church in Texas, Early Days of the Protestant, Rev.
DuBose Murphy, XXXIV, 293-316.
Erath, Major George Bernard, Memoirs of, Lucy A. Erath, XXVI,
207-233, 255-280; XXVII, 27-51, 140-163.
Europeans in Texas, the First, 1528-1536, Harbert Davenport and
Joseph K. Wells, XXII, 111-142, 205-259.
Exhibition of Relics, Charlie Jeffries, XXX, 237-238.
Experiences of an Unrecognized Senator, The, 0. M. Roberts, II,
Fannin Cor~respondence, Some, Eugene C. Barker, VII, 318-325.
Fannin County, Texas, History of, 1836-1843, Rex Wallace Strick-
land, XXXIII, 262-298; XXXIV, 38-68.
Fannin, Jr., James W., in the Texas Revolution, Ruby Cumby
Smith, XXIII, 80-90, 171-203, 271-284.
Fayette County, Early Courts of, Julia Lee Sinks, VII, 81-84.
Fayette County, Editors and Newspapers of, Julia Lee Sinks, I,
Federal Indian Policy in Texas, 1845-1860, Lena Clara Koch,
XXVIII, 223-234, 259-286; XXIX, 19-35, 98-127.
Fenn, John R., Adele B. Looscan, VIII, 259-262.
Fight on the Frio, July 4, 1865, John S. Ford, I, 118-124.
Fisher, Rebecca J., Mrs., nee Gilleland, Capture and Rescue of,
Rebecca J. Gilleland Fisher, III, 209-213.
Flournoy Family, I, 308-311.
Fonda's, John H., Explorations in the Southwecst, Cardinal Good-
win, XXIII, 39-46.
Forsyths in Texas, The, XIII, 154.
Fort McKavett, Texas, Col. M. L. Crimmins, XXXVIII, 28-39.
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