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Historical Association, July, 1897-April, 1937
WEBB, W. P. Legends of Texas, by J. Frank Dobie (editor),
WEEKS, O. DOUGLAs. Debates in the Texas Constitutional Con-
vention of 1875, compiled and edited by Seth Shepard McKay,
WEST, ELIZABETH H. Texas Almanac for 1861, XVI, 435-436.
WINKLER, E. W. Come on Texas!, by Paul Schubert, XXXIX,
156-157. Governors Who Have Been and Other Public Men of
Texas, by Norman G. Kittrell, XXV, 300-301. With the
Makers of Texas: A Source Reader in Texas History, by
H. E. Bolton and E. C. Barker, VIII, 193-195.
UNSIGNED: Account of the removal of the remains of Stephen F.
Austin from Peach Point Cemetery in Brazoria County, Texas,
to State Cemetery, Austin, Texas, October 18-20, 1910, by
Guy M. Bryan, Jr., XV, 87. The Alamo, Altar of Texas
Liberty, by Frederick C. Chabot, XXXV, 250-252. The Austin
Papers, 1765-1827, by Eugene C. Barker, XXVIII, 254-255.
Biennial Report of the Commissioners of the General Land
Office, 1908-1910 (pages 21-31 contain a sketch of the land
system of Texas and a brief history of Texas and a brief
history of the Land Office), XIV, 340. Calendar of Lamar
Papers, published in Second Biennial Report of the Texas
Library and Historical Commission, XVIII, 335-336. The
Civil Government of Texas, by George P. Garrison, I, 75.
Defense of General Sidney Sherman Against Charges Made,
by Gen. Sam Houston, VIII, 196. Documentos que el General
Andrade pidblica sobre la evacuaci6n de la ciudad de San
Antonio de Bejar, del Departmento de Tejas, a sus Compatri-
otes, XXIX, 246. (Photostat in University of Texas Library.)
Doniphan's Expedition, by John T. Hughes (reprinted as
Senate Document 608, Sixty-third Congress, Second Session),
XIX, 442. A Financial History of Texas, by E. T. Miller,
XX, 203. The Foreign Relations of the Republic of Texas,
1836-1846 (digest of thesis by C. T. Neu), XXXII, 99. The
Handbook of Texas Libraries, edited by P. L. Windsor, VIII,
193. Historical Review of Southwest Texas and the Founders,
Leaders and Representative Men of Its Commerce, Industry,
and Civic Affairs (2 vols.), by Dermot H. Hardy and Ingham
S. Roberts, editors, XVI, 108. A History of the Action of
the Political and Civil Authorities and Citizens Relating to
the Land Office at Naco.gdoches,, under the Jurisdiction of
Charles S. Taylor, Commissioner Appointed by the Govern-
ment of Coahuila and Texas (pamphlet donated by Lawrence
S. Taylor), X, 349. A History of Central and Western
Texas (2 vols.), edited by Captain B. B. Paddock, XVI,
109. A History of Early Methodism in Texas, 1817-1866,
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