The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 41, July 1937 - April, 1938 Page: 42
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Southwestern Historical Quarterly
Texas Declaration of Independence, The Committee on the, James
K. Greer, XXX, 239-251; XXXI, 33-49, 130-149.
Texas, Destruction of Historical Archives of, E. W. Winkler,
Texas, Did, Secede?, (Mrs.) Agnes Paschal McNeir, V, 168-169.
Texas Documents in the Congressional Library, VI, 333.
Texas During the Civil War, The State Finances of, E. T. Miller,
Texas During Reconstruction, The State Finances of, E. T. Miller,
Texas, Early Nomenclature, Noah Smithwick, 11, 174-176.
Texas, Enduring Laws of the Republic of, C. W. Raines, I, 96-
107; II, 152-161.
Texas, Explorations of Albert Pike, David Donoghue, XXXIX,
Texas, The First Session of the Secession Convention of, Anna
Irene Sandbo, XVIII, 162-194.
Texas Flag, Another, George P. Garrison, III, 170-176.
Texas, Four Miles from Headquarters (a letter written by C. A.
Giddings, April 10, 1836), IX, 63-64.
Texas, Genealogical and Historical Register of the First General
Officers of the Daughters of the Republic of, Elected in 1891:
(1) Anson Jones; (2) Andrew Briscoe; (3) W. Houston Jack;
(4) Sidney Sherman; (5) Orlando and James Phelps; (6)
John R. Penn, Mrs. Adele B. Looscan, V, 347-351.
Texas History Materials in Saltillo, Ethel Zivley Rather, VII,
Texas History, Silent Years in, Carlos Castafieda, XXXVIII, 122-
Texas in 1820, translated by Mattie Austin Hatcher, XXIII, 47-68.
Texas in 1828, A Trip to, Jose Maria Sanchez, translated by
Carlos E. Castaieda, XXIX, 249-288.
Texas in 1845, A Description of (in Illustrated London News of
January 4, 1845), VII, 172.
Texas in 1846, A Reconnoissance in, A. W. Moore, XXX, 252-271.
Texas in Poore's Charters (a letter of correction), Geo. P. Garrison,
Texas in the World War, The History of,, XXII, 285-289.
Texas, The Indian Policy of the Republic of, Anna Muckelroy,
XXV, 229-260; XXVI, 1-29, 128-148, 184-206.
Texas Indians, Religious Belief and Customs of, Julia Lee Sinks,
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