The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 41, July 1937 - April, 1938 Page: 63
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Historical Association, July, 1897-April, 1937
Counties, by J. A. Udden, L. Drury and M. N. Philips, XVI,
335. The Quirt and the Spur: Vanishing Shadows of the
Texas Frontier, by Edgar Rye, XXV, 85. Remember the
Alamo, by Amelia Edith Barr, XXIII, 77. Rodriquez Me-
moirs of Early Texas, by Judge J. M. Rodriquez, XVIII,
115. Scrap Book, given by Mrs. M. A. C. Wilson (con-
tents), I, 132-133. Sink's Scrap- Book (contents), I, 131-
132. Story of the Alamo, by Arie M. Claiborne, V, 61. Tejas:
la primera desmembraci6n de Mejico, por Carlos Pereyra,
XXVIII, 255. Texas Documents in the Congressional Li-
brary: Carta de D. Juan Olivan dando cuesta de haberle
nombrado el Virrey de Nueva Espafia a pesquisar Texas y
Luisiana (1716); Carta de los religiosos Hidalgo y Castillo
al P. Mezquita desde la misi6n de Sn Francisco de los
Tejas (1716); Carta del Virrey de Nueva Espafia (1712);
Concluci6n del Fiscal de Nueva Espafia sobre conquista y
reduci6n de los Tejas (1716); Expedici6n a los Tejas y
providencia del Virrey de Nueva Espafia (1716-1718);
Noticias de la naci6n Asinais o Tejas (1688-1716), VI, 333.
Texas Governors Wives, by Pearl Cashell Jackson, XIX, 320.
The Texan Scouts, by Joseph Alexander Altsheler, XXIII,
77. The Texas Star, by Joseph A. Altsheler, XVI, 437. The
Texan Triumph, by Joseph Alexander Altsheler, XXIII, 77.
Texas under Six Flags, by Mollie E. Moore Davis, I, 75.
Texas under Six Flags, A Pageant, edited by Ed. S. Bentley,
XXV, 148. A Twentieth Century History of Southwest
Texas (2 vols.), XVI, 108. Year Book for Texas, compiled
by C. W. Raines, Vol. I, in VI, 160; Vol. II, in VII, 170.
Unsigned Notes on Newspaper and Magazine Articles:
Annexation of Texas, The First Stage of the Movement for the,
by Geo. P. Garrison (American Historical Review, October,
1904), VIII, 276.
Annexation of Texas to the United States, found in Washington,
Materials on (Spectator-Extra, for June 12, 1844), XIV, 275.
Annexation of Texas, What was Gained and What Was Lost by
Independence and, reprint from Hanford's Texas Register,
1877, by Ingham S. Roberts (Houston Chronicle, March 2,
1917), XXI, 104.
Battle of San Jacinto, Account of (Houston Chronicle, July 9,
1911), XV, 163-164.
Bowie Knife, A Truer Story of, by Dr. J. O. Dyer (Galveston
News, March 21, 1920), XXIII, 311.
Cameron Herald, History of the (Cameron Herald, December 16,
1925), XIX, 442.
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