The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 41, July 1937 - April, 1938 Page: 54
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Southwestern HIistorical Quarterly
Story, by Anson Mills, edited by C. H. Claudy, XXII, 200-
202. The New Nation [The Riverside History of the United
States, IV, W. E. Dodd, editor], by Frederick L. Paxson,
XIX, 316. Statesmen of the Old South, or from Radicalism
to Conservative Revolt, by W. E. Dodd, XVI, 332-333. Texans
Who Wore the Gray, by Sid S. Johnson, Xl, 240. The True
Ulysses S. Grant, by Charles King, XVIII, 420-422.
SCIHOEN, HAROLD. Life of Robert M11. T. Hunter: A Study in
Sectionalism and Secession, by Henry Harrison Simms, XL,
WINKLER, E. W. Incomplete Rolls First Regiment Texas In-
fantry, C. S. A., Fourth Regiment Texas Infantry, C. S. A.,
Fifth Regiment Texas Infantry, C. S. A., Hood's Texas
Brigade, Army of Northern Virginia, 1861-1865, compiled
by William R. Hamby, XVI, 434-435.
UNSIGNED: Diary of E. S. Dodd, Company D, Terry's Regiment,
Texas Rangers , published by E. W. Winkler, XVIII,
336. Fortifications and Activities on the Texas Coast During
the War between the States, 1861-1865, by Mrs. Margaret L.
Watson, XXV, 226. Frederick; Law Olmstead, a Critic of
the Old South, by Broadus Mitchell, XXVIII, 174. Jefferson
Davis and Repudiation in Mississippi, by John Douglas Van
Horne, XIX, 443. Lectures on the American Civil War,
James Ford Rhodes, XVI, 437. Lee's Centennial, by Charles
Francis Adams, X, 350. Reconstruction and the Ku Klux
Klan, by T. W. Gregory, X, 349. Reconstruction in Texas,
by Charles W. Ramsdell, XIII, 328. A Soldier's Letters to
Charming Nellie, by Joseph Bailey Polley, XXI, 427.
Unsigned Notes on Magazine and Newspaper Articles:
An Account of the New Mexico Campaign of 1861, by W. T.
Wroe (Brenham Banner-Press, September 12, 1917), XXI,
"The Attack on Corinth," by Clint Parkhurst (Palimpsest, June,
1922), XXVI, 164.
Collection of Letters showing what the Southern States are doing
toward the collection of rosters of their men in the Confederate
Army (Publications of the Southern History Association,
May, 1903), VII, 75-76.
The Confederate Invasion of New Mexico, 1861-2 (author not
given; Old Santa F, January, 1916), XX, 100.
Excerpts from a Diary Kept by M. D. P. Hopkins, of the Texas
Frontier Regiment, February 26-August 23, 1862 (San An-
tonio Express, January 13, 1918), XXT, 426.
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