The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 41, July 1937 - April, 1938 Page: 41
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Historical Association, July, 1897-April, 1937
75-79, 160-168, 231-242, 315-325; XXXIV, 69-76, 159-166,
257-265, 340-347; XXXV, 77-82, 151-168, 238-242, 317-324;
XXXVI, 67-72, 163-166, 215-230, 312-316; XXXVII, 45-61,
136-148, 215-222, 320-323; XXXVIII, 53-70, 149-153, 213-
Stockton's Proclamation to the San Diego Insurgents, Thomas
Maitland Marshall, XX, 151-153.
Stuart, Hamilton: Pioneer Editor, Ben C. Stuart, XXI, 381-388.
Swearingen, Richard Montgomery, George P. Garrison, VIII, 225-
Tampico Expedition, The, Eugene C. Barker, VI, 169-186.
Tampico Expedition, New Light on the (a letter from George
Dedrick), XI, 157-161.
Taylors, The Murder of the, by the Indians, W. P. Zuber, II,
Taylor, Wandering John, W. D. Wood, III, 214-218.
Teal, Mrs. Annie Pagan, Reminiscences of, Mrs. T. C. Allan,
Tejas Indian Village (San Pedro), the, and the Spanish Missions
in Houston County, Texas, The Location of, Albert Woldert,
Tejas or Asinai Indians, 1691-1722, Description of the, translated
by Mattie Austin Hatcher, XXX, 206-218, 283-304; XXXI,
Terrestrial Measurement and Its Practice in Texas, The Early
Art of, Edwin P. Arneson, XXIX, 79-97.
Terry Rangers, Reminiscences of the, J. K. P. Blackburn, XXII,
Texan Declaration of Causes for Taking Up Arms Against Mexico,
The, E. C. Barker, XV, 173-185.
Texan Revolution, Contemporary Poetry of the, Alex. Dienst, XXI,
Texan Revolutionary Army, The, Eugene C. Barker, IX, 227-261.
Texas Almanac for 1861, Elizabeth H. West, XVI, 435-436.
Texas, Beginnings of the Secession Movement in, Anna Irene
Sandbo, XVIII, 41-73.
Texas by a Traveler, Notice of [Amand Goegg], W. Beer, VI, 67.
Texas-California Cattle Trail, 1854, A Log of the, James G. Bell,
edited by J. Evetts Haley, XXXV, 208-237, 290-316;
Texas, The Consular Service of the Republic of, Alma Howell
Brown, XXXIII, 184-230, 299-314.
Texas Convention of 1845, The, Annie Middleton, XXV, 26-62.
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