The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 41, July 1937 - April, 1938 Page: 39
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Historical Association, July, 1897-April, 1937
Routes Across West Texas, Opening, 1848-1858, A. B. Bender,
Rusk, Thomas J., A Brief Study of, Based on His Letters to His
Brother, David, 1835-1856, Lois Foster Blount, XXXIV, 181-
Rutersville College, Julia Lee Sinks, II, 124-133.
Santa Fe Expedition, Commercial Aspects of the Texan, Thomas
Maitland Marshall, XX, 242-259.
Saint-Denis, Concerning, Bethel Coopwood, II, 97-98.
Saint Denis, Louis Juchereau de, M. E. M. Davis, I, 305-306.
Saint Denis, Louis Juchereau de, and the Re-establishment of the
Tejas Missions, Robert Carlton Clark, VI, 1-26.
Saint Denis, The Real, Lester G. Bugbee, I, 266-281.
Saint Denis, Sieur Louis de, Rev. Edmond J. P. Schmitt, I, 204-
St. Denis's Declaration Concerning Texas in 1717, Charmion
Clair Shelby, XXVI, 165-183.
St. Denis's Second Expedition to. the Rio Grande, Charmion
Clair Shelby, XXVII, 190-216.
St. Vrain's Expedition to the Gila in 1826, Thomas Maitland
Marshall, XIX, 251-260.
San Antonio, A Retrospect of, Mrs. Emily B. Cooley, IV, 54-56.
San Antonio, The Storming of, December 6-9, 1835 (a letter),
A. II. Jones, X, 181-182.
San Augustine, Emma B. Shindler, III, 41-43.
San Fernando, The Early Settlers of, I. J. Cox, V, 142-160.
San Jacinto, An Account of the Battle of, James Washington
Winters, VI, 139-144.
San Jacinto, Campaign, The, E. C. Barker, IV, 237-345.
San Jacinto, Compaign, The (a letter to A. J. Houston by E. C.
Barker), XXVI, 74.
San Jacinto Campaign, Documents: A Contemporary Account of
the, XV, 156-161.
San Saba Colonization Company, The, R. L. Biesele, XXXIIT,
Sanchez, Jose Maria. See Texas in 1828.
Schmitt, Father Edmond John Peter, I. J. Cox, V, 206-211.
Schnively Expedition of 1867, Reminiscences of the, A. Whitehurst,
School Building Erected in Texas, The First Free Public, Ollie
Bird, X, 101-102.
Schools, Recollections of Early, M. M. Kenney, I, 285-296.
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