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Southwestern Historical Quarlerly
Fort, The Old, on the San Saba River as Seen by Dr. Ferdinand
Roemer in 1847, Adele B. Looscan, V, 137-141.
Fort, The Old Mexican, at Velasco, Adele B. Looscan, I, 282-284.
Fort, The Old Stone, at Nacogdoches, H. E. Bolton, IX, 283-285.
Fowler, Littleton, Jottings from the Old Journal of, with Bio-
graphical Introduction, Dora Fowler Arthur, II, 73-84.
Frankness of a Soldier," "The (confidential letter of Mariane
Arista to Mirabeau Lamar, April 21, 1841), VII, 173-174.
Freedman in the Legislature, J. K. Holland, I, 125-126.
Free Negro in the Republic of Texas, The, Harold Schoen, XXXIX,
292-308; XL, 26-34, 85-113, 169-199, 267-289.
Frontier, The Texas, A. B. Bender, XXXVII, 116-135; XXXVIII,
Fur Trade, A Glimpse of the Texas, in 1832, contributed by E. C.
Barker, XIX, 279-282.
Fur Trade, New Light on Pattie and the Southwestern, Joseph
J. Hill, XXVI, 243-254.
Gadsden Treaty, The Negotiation of the, J. Fred Rippy, XXVII,
Gadsden Treaty, A Ray of Light on the, J. Fred Rippy, XXIV,
Garrison, Dr. George Pierce, Katie Daffan, XIV, 170-171.
Garrison, George P., John C. Townes, XIV, 83-85.
Garrison, George Pierce, H. Y. Benedict, XIV, 173-181; note
on, XIV, 336.
General Council, Provisional Government of Texas, 1835-1836.
Analysis of the Work of, Ralph W. Steen, XL, 309-333.
German Pioneers in Early Texas, Life of, Caroline Von Hinueber
(born Ernst), edited by Rudolph Kleberg, II, 227-232.
German Settlement in Texas, The First, R. L. Biesele, XXXIV,
German Settlers and the Indians in Texas, 1844-1860, The Rela-
tions Between the, R. L. Biesele, XXXI, 116-129.
German Drummer of Goliad, Imanuel Frederick Gibenrath, The,
Adele B. Looscan, XIV, 166-168.
German Literature in Texas, A Survey of, Selma Metzenthin
Raunick, XXXIII, 134-159.
Germans in 1854, The Texas State Convention of, R. L. Biesele,
German Settlers of Millheim Before the Civil War, Adalbert
Regenbrecht, XX, 28-34.
Giddings, G. A. (letter to his parents, April 10, 1836), IX, 63-64.
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