The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 41, July 1937 - April, 1938 Page: 59
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Historical Association, July, 1897-April, 1937
BOYSEN, J. L. Svensckarne (Texas) Ord Och Bild, 1888-1918,
by Ernest Severin, XXIII, 226-227.
MICEK, EDWARD. Czech Pioneers of the Southwest, by Estelle
Hudson in collaboration with Henry R. Maresh, XXXVIII,
WINKLER, E. W. The Germans in Texas: A Study in Immigra-
tion, by Gilbert Giddings Benjamin, XV, 170-171. History
of the German Element in Texas from 1820-1850, and His-
torical Sketches of the German Texas Singers' League and
Houston Turnverein from 1853-1913, by Maitz Tiling, XVII,
212-214. Martin Ruter, by Ernest Ashton Smith, X1IX, 319.
The So-Called Wends of Germany and Their Colonies in
Texas and in Australia, by George C. Engerrand, XXXIX,
UNSIGNED: Denkschrift zum fiinfzigjithrigen Jubilium der
Immanuels Gemeinde zu Pfliigerville, Texas, XXVIII, 256.
German Pioneers in Texas, compiled by Don H. Biggers,
XXIX, 245. The German Settlements in Texas, 1831-1861
(digest of thesis by R. L. Biesele), XXXII, 95-96. Geschichte
der ersten deutschen evangelisch-Lutherischen Synode in
Texas, by Rev. Johannes Mgebroff, XXV, 85. Die Deutschen
in Texas wiihrend des Biirgerkrieges. Nach Aufzeichnungen
von Richter A. Siemering, San Antonio im Jahre 1876 (New
Yorker Staats-Zeitung, September 11 to 21, 1917), XXI,
HISTORY OF TEXAS
BARKER, E. C. The Annexation of Texas, by Justin H. Smith,
XV, 357-359. British Interests and Activities in Texas, 1838-
1846, by Ephraim D. Adams (The Albert Shaw Lectures on
Diplomatic History, 1909), XIV, 337-339. Culture Conflict
in Texas, 1821-1835, by S. H. Lowrie, XXXVI, 318, 319.
The Heroes of San Jacinto, by Sam Houston Dixon and Louis
Wiltz Kemp, XXXVI, 244-245. Official Correspondence of
the Texas Revolution, .1835-1836, Vols. I and II, edited by
William C. Binkley, XL, 338. Original Narratives of Early
Texas History and Adventure (reproductions), XXXIX,
246-248. A Vaquero of the Brush Country, Partly from the
Reminiscences of John Young, by J. Frank Dobie, XXXIII,
243-244. Westward the Course of Empire: The History of
Texas from Exploration to Annexation in a Sequence of One-
Act Plays, by Mary Mattock Griffith, XXIX, 160.
BATTs, R. L. The Government of the People of the State of
Texas, by George P. Garrison, II, 85, 86.
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