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Southwestern Historical Quarterly
Macum Phelan, XXVIII, 255. History of the Regulators
and Moderators and the Shelby County War in 1841 and
1842 in the Republic of Texas ... ., by John W. Middleton,
XIX, 246-247. (Photostat in University of Texas Library.)
A History of Texas Baptists, by J. M. Carroll, edited by J. B.
Cranfill, XXVIII, 255. The History of the Texas Federation
of Women's Clubs, edited and compiled by Stella L. Christian,
XXIII, 310-311. History of Texas Geography (five maps),
by Judge Z. T. Fulmore (includes list of Texas officials ex-
tending back into the period of Spanish Rule), I, 76; 303-
304. History of Texas in World War, XXII, 285. Houston's
Official Report of Battle of San Jacinto (reprint by A.
Turner), X, 349. The John P. Branch Historical Papers of
Randolph-Macon College (Vol. IV, 373-384, contains a series
of letters from Thomas Ritchie to Thomas Green, 1836, 1837-
1841, dealing with the desirability of annexing Texas to the
United States), XXI, 218. Jones Collection of Newspapers,
1846-1857 (list of newspapers given), I, 133-134. Lone
Star Defenders: A Chronicle of the Third Texas Cavalry,
Ross Brigade, by Captain Sam B. Brown, XV, 356. Letters
of Waddy Thompson, 1842-1848 (sixteen letters), XXIV,
167. (In Library of University of Texas.) Making the
Texas Constitution of 1876, by Seth Shepard McKay,
XXVIII, 255. Margaret Ballentine or the Fall of the Alamo:
A Romance of the Texas Revolution, by Frank Templeton,
X, 350-351. Papers of Lieutenant Ed Burleson, Addison Let-
ters, Stand Watie Papers, V, 28, 331-332. (Manuscript Ad-
ditions to the Library of the University of Texas.) In
Memory of the Heroes of the Alamo. and to Give the Facts
of History as to the Resting Place of their Ashes, by W. T.
Hefley, XVI, 437. Mission Ruins in Texas, by Edward W.
Heusinger, XVI, 438. Morfi's History of Texas, 1673-1779,
translated by Carlos E. Castafieda, XXXVI, 248. Peregri-
nusings, by Harry Yandell Benedict, XXVIII, 174. The
Perote Prisoners, the Diary of James L. Trueheart, 1842-
1844 (introduction and notes by Frederick C. Chabot),
XXXVIII, 75-76. The Presidents of Texas,, by C. Mont-
gomery, XVIII, 114-115. Proceedings of the General Con-
vention of Delegates Representing the Citizens and Inhab-
itants of Texas: held at the Town of San Felipe in Austin's
Colony the first week of October, one thousand, eight hun-
dred and thirty-two ... published by D. W. Anthony, XXIX,
246. (Photostat in University of Texas Library.) Proceed-
ings of the Texas Veterans' Association for Years 1892-93-
94-95 and 1901, VIII, 196. A Roconnaissance Report on
the Geology of the Oil and Gas Fields of Wichita and Clay
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