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Historical Association, July, 1897-April, 1937
DUESSEN, ALEXANDER. A Contribution to a Knowledge of the
Coleopterous Fauna of the Lower Rio Grande Valley in Texas
and Tamaulipas, with Biological Notes and Special Reference
to Geographic Distribution, by C. H. T. Townshend (Transac-
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ELLISON, J. Utah and the Nation, by Leland Hargrave Creer,
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the Right, by Chris Emmett, XXXVIII, 232. Tone the Bell
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J. Frank Dobie, XXXVI, 248. Yearbook (Vol. VII, of West
Texas Historical Association; contains article on foundation
of Texas Technological College, by R. C. Crane), XXXV, 336.
HOFFMANN, FRITz L. Chasing Villa, by Colonel Frank Thomp-
kins, XXXIX, 158-160.
LAW, ROBT. A. The Story of Concord, Told by Concord Writers,
edited by Josephine Latham Swayne, X, 351-352.
LoosCAN, A. B. Houston's Part in the World War, edited by
Mrs. W. M. Baines, XXIII, 316.
MARTIN, ROSCOE C. The Populist Revolt, by John D. Hicks,
MILLER, E. T. The Single Tax Movement in the United States,
by Arthur Nichols Young, XXI, 99-100.
PAYNE, L. W., JR. Mississippi Verse, edited by Alice James,
RAMSDELL, C. W. Battle of Nueces River of August 10, 1862,
by John W. Sansom, X, 110. American Colonial Government,
1696-1765, by Oliver Morton Dickerson, XVI, 214-217. Be-
ginnings of the American People, by Carl Lotus Becker, XIX,
313-314. The Conquest of the Old Southwest (the romantic
story of the early pioneers into Virginia, the Carolinas,
Tennessee and Kentucky), by Archibald Henderson, XXV,
222-224. The Relations of Pennsylvania with the British
Government, 1696-1765, by Winifred Trexler Root, XVI, 214-
217. Under Palmetto and Pine, by J. W. Carhart, X, 183.
STENBERG, RICHARD R. Manifest Destiny: A Study of Nationalist
Expansionism in American History, by Albert K. Weinberg,
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