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Southwestern Historical Quarterly
PRIESTLEY, HERBERT L. A Bibliography of the History of Cali-
fornia and the Pacific West, 1510-1906, by Herbert Ernest
Cowan, XVIII, 329-330.
RAMSDELL, CHAS. W. Guide to the Study and Reading of Ameri-
can History,, by Channing, Hart and Turner, XVI, 334.
WINKLER, E. W. Checklist of Southern Periodicals to 1861, by
Gertrude C. Gilmer, XXXVIII, 305. Collections of the
Archive and History Department of the Texas State Library,
UNSIGNED: Bibliografia del Petr6leo, published by Departmento
de Petr61leo, XXXV, 253. Catalogue of Certain Materials in
the Archivo General de Indias for the History of the Ameri-
can Southwest and the Pacific Coast, by Chas. E. Chapman,
XXI, 105. Descriptive Catalogue of the Documents Relating
to the History of the United States in the Papeles Procen-
dentes de Cuba Deposited in the Archivo General de Indias
at Seville, by Roscoe R. Hill, XXI, 221. Recent Publica-
tions Relating to Texas, listed by H. Y. Benedict, XXVIII,
BARNS, FLORENCE ELBERTA. The Father of Texas, by Eugene C.
Barker, XL, 163-165.
BARKER, EUGENE C. Charles Goodnight, Cowman and Plainsman,
by J. Evetts Haley, XL, 77-79. Dictionary of American
Biography, Vols. I-III, edited by Allen Johnson. Vol. IV,
edited by Allen Johnson and Dumas Malone, XXXIV, 167-
171. Vol. V, edited by Allen Johnson and Dumas Malone,
XXXIV, 267-268. Vol. VI, edited by Allen Johnson and
Dumas Malone, XXXV, 86-87. Vol. VII, edited by Allen
Johnson and Dumas Malone, XXXV, 325-327. Vol. VIII,
edited by Allen Johnson and Dumas Malone, XXXV, 325-
327. Vol. IX, edited by Dumas Malone, XXXVI, 172. Vol.
X, edited by Dumas Malone, XXXVI, 317-318. Vol. XII,
edited by Dumas Malone, XXXVII, 231. Vols. XIII and
XIV, edited by Dumas Malone, XXXVIII, 153-155. Vols.
XV and XVI, edited by Dumas Malone, XXXIX, 149-151.
Vols. XVII and XVIII, edited by Dumas Malone, XL, 79-
81. Vols. XIX and XX, edited by Dumas Malone, XL,
263-265. Elizabeth Ney, Sculptor, by Bride Neill Taylor, XX,
308-310. Following General Sam Houston from 1798 to 1863,
etchings by Bernhardt Wall; historical sketches by Amelia
Williams, Vol. XL, 76. Following Stephen F. Austin, etched
and published by Bernhardt Wall, XL, 76-77. John Clark
Fremont, An Explanation of His Career, by Cardinal Good-
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