The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 41, July 1937 - April, 1938 Page: 36
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36 Southwestern Historical Quarterly
Mound Prairie, Query Concerning, I, 228; answered, I, 307, and
Movement for State Division in California, The, 1849-1860,
William Henry Ellison, XVII, 101-139.
Muldoon's Toast, Padre, II, 243.
Municipal Government of San Fernando de B'xar, 1730-1800,
Mattie Alice Austin, VIII, 277-352.
Municipality, The Founding of the First Texas, I. J. Cox, II,
217-226; a correction, III, 285.
Nagel, Charles. See Maetze.
Names of Madison County and Madisonville-Origin, W. D. Wood,
Native Sons' Fellowships, The, Charles E. Chapman, XXI, 389-
Native Tribes About the East Texas Missions, The, H. E. Bolton,
New Light on Manuel Lisa and the Spanish Fur Trade, Herbert E.
Bolton, XVII, 61-66.
New Mexico, 1818, An Anonymous Description of, edited by
Alfred B. Thomas, XXXIII, 50-74.
New Mexico in 1680, The Retreat of the Spaniards from, and the
Beginnings of El Paso, Charles Wilson Hackett, XVI, 137-
New Mexico Under the United States, 1848-1850, The Question
of Texan Jurisdiction in, William Campbell Binkley, XXIV,
New Mexico and the Santa Fe Expedition, William Campbell
Binkley, XXVII, 85-107.
New Orleans Newspaper Files of the Texas Revolutionary Period,
Alex Dienst, IV, 140-151.
_New Orleans Newspapers and the Texas Question, 1835-1837,
James E. Winston, XXXVI, 109-129.
Newspaper Curiosities, E. W. Winkler, XXI, 102-103.
Newspaper, The First Texas, Douglas C. McMurtie, XXXVI,
Newspaper in Texas, The Earliest Printing and First, Ike Moore,
Newspaper in Texas, The First, E. W. Winkler, VI, 162-165.
Newspaper of Texas, The First, Gaceta de, Texas, Kathryn Garret,
Newspapers, Notes on Early Texas, 1819-1836, Eugene C. Barker,
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