The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 41, July 1937 - April, 1938 Page: 35
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Historical Association, July, 1897-April, 1937
Mexican War, Diary of a Texan Volunteer in the, James K.
Holland, XXX, 1-33.
Mexico as a Field for Systematic British Colonization, 1839,
Annie Heloise Abel, XXX, 63-67.
"Mier" Prisoner, Letter from a, to His Mother, V, 66-68.
Mier Prisoner, Two Letters from a, Written by W. F. Wilson, II,
Mier Prisoners," The Number of "Decimated, W. P. Zuber, V,
Milam, Benjamin Rush, Lois Garner, XXXVIII, 79-121, 177-202.
Milam's, Ben, Rifle and Its Donor, Elizabeth H. West, XXVI, 317.
Military Operations Against Mexico, 1843, The Last Stage of
Texan, William Campbell Binkley, XXII, 260-271.
Miller, James H. C., and Edward Critten, Eugene C. Barker, XIII,
Mineral Land Question in California, The, 18.8-1866, Joseph
Ellison, XXX, 34-55.
Mission Nuestra Seiora del Refugio, The Beginnings of,, Herbert
E. Bolton, XIX, 400-404.
Mission of Nuestra Sefora del Refugio, Records of the, Herbert E.
Bolton, XIV, 164-166.
Mission Period of Texas History, Some Obscure Points in the,
W. F. McCaleb, I, 216-225.
Mission Records at San Antonio, Spanish, Herbert E. Bolton, X,
Mission Rosario, The Founding of: A Chapter in the History of
the Gulf Coast, Herbert E. Bolton, X, 113-139.
Mission in Texas, The Founding of Nuestra Seiora del Refugio,
The Last Spanish, William E. Dunn, XXV, 174-184.
Missionary Activities Among the Eastern Apaches Previous to the
Founding of the San Saba Mission, William Edward Dunn,
Missions, Diary of a Visit of Inspection of the Texas, made by
Fray Gaspar Jose de Solis in the Year 1767-68, translated by
Margaret Kenney Kress; introduction by Mattie Austin
Hatcher, XXXV, 28-76.
Missions, Louis Juchereau de Saint Denis and the Re-establish-
ment of the Tejas, Robert Carlton Clark, VI, 1-26.
Missions on the San Gabriel River, The Founding of the, 1745-1749,
Herbert E. Bolton, XVII, 323-378.
Morgan, General George W., Extracts from the Reminiscences of,
contributed by Samuel E. Asbury, XXX, 178-205.
Morton, The Family, III, 225.
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