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Southwestern Historical Quarterly
WINKLER, E. W. Watching and Waiting on the Border, by Roger
Batchelder, XXII, 366.
YORK, HARLAN H. Plantae Lindheimerianae, Part III, by J. W.
Blankenship, XII, 159-160.
UNSIGNED: The Beginnings of the True Railway Mail Service
and the Work of Geo. B. Armstrong in Founding It, by Geo. B.
Armstrong, Jr., X, 183. Boonesborough: Its Founding, Pioneer
Struggles, Indian Experiences, Transylvania Days, and Revo-
lutionary Annals, by George Ranek, V, 62-63. Bulletin,
Texas Archaeological and Paleontological Society, Vol. III,
1931, XXXVI, 248. The Experiences of a Colonel of Infantry,
by Charles Judson Crane, XXVIII, 255. File of Red-Lander
(newspaper published at San Augustine, Texas, October 2,
1845-April 9, 1846), XV, 87. History of the Formation of
the State of Oklahoma, by Roy Gittinger, XXI, 105. The
Servers, Joseph Erwin Wilson, XXIII, 228. State Docu-
ments for Libraries, by Ernest J. Reese, May, 1915, XIX,
108. Them was the Days: From El Paso to Prohibition,
Owen P. White, XXIX, 245. Whispering Dust, by Virginia
McConnell, XXXVII, 73. Woodrow Wilson as President, by
Eugene C. Brooks, XX, 202.
Notes on Magazine and Newspaper Articles:
Centennial Address of Dr. W. Carey Crane, July 4, 1876 (Brenham
Banner-Press, September 12, 1917), XXI, 219.
Local Historical Research in Our Public Library, by Lillian Gunter
(Public Libraries, May, 1915), XIX, 109.
Recent Historical Activities in the South and Trans-Mississippi
Southwest, by Donald L. McMurray (Mississippi Valley His-
torical Review, III, 478-512), XXI, 218.
SPANIsH AMERICA SOUTH Or NonTH AMERICA
BARKER, E. C. Anglo-American Isthmian Diplomacy, 1815-1915,
by Mary Wilhelmine Williams, XX, 198-199.
DUNN, W. E. Latin America, by William R. Shepherd, XV[II,
334-335. L'Amerique Latine, Republique Argentine, por
Eugenio Garz6n, XVII, 320.
HACKETT, C. W. Diplomatic Correspondence of the United States:
Inter-American Affairs, 1831-1860, selected and arranged by
W. R. Manning, Vols. I and II, in XXXVII, 226-228; Vols.
III, IV, V, in XXXIX, 239-242. Diplomatic Relations be-
tween Brazil and the United States, by Lawrence F. Hill,
XXXVII, 69-70; 226-228; XXXIX, 239-242. Modern His-
panic America; The Caribbean Area; Argentina, Brazil and
Chile Since Independence; Vols. I, II, III, in Studies in
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