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Historical Association, July, 1897-April, 1937
Hispanic America, edited by A. Curtis Wilgus, XXXIX, 243-
246. Santiago de los Caballeros de Guatemala, by Dorothy H.
Popenoe, XXXVII, 233.
HOFPPANN, FRITz L. Organized Labor in Mexico, by Marjoris
Ruth Clark, XXXIX, 157-158.
UNSIGNED: Antiquities of Mexico, by Lord Kingsborough, a
collation, by Rev. Edmond J. P. Schmitt, V, 252-253. A
Californian in South America, by Dr. Herbert I. Priestley,
XXI, 104. Christmas in Old Mexico, by Fanny Chambers
Gooch Iglehart, VI, 64. The Early History of Cuba, 1492-
1586, by Irene A. Wright, XXI, 327-330. Publicaciones del
Archivo de la Naci6n, directed by Luis [G6nzalez] Obreg6n:
Documentos Para la Historia de Independencia, 1810-1820;
Correspondencia y Dioris Militor de Don Agustin de Iturbide,
1810-1813, Vol. IX, Part 1; La Constituci6n de 1812 en Nueva
Espafia, Vols. IV-V, XXVII, 333-334.
Unsigned Notes on Magazine and Newspaper Articles:
The Agrarian Phase of the Mexican Revolution of 1910-20, by
Helen Phipp (Political Science Quarterly, March, 1924),
The Contest for the Laws of Reform in Mexico, by John W. Foster
(American Historical Review, April, 1910), XIV, 78.
The Continuity of Constitutional Government in M exico under
President Judrez, by Clarence Ousley (Gulf States Historical
Magazine, I, 3), VI, 254-255.
The First Legations of the United States to Latin America, by
William S. Robertson (Mississippi Valley Historical Review,
September, 1915), XIX, 211.
SPANISH CONQUEST OF AMERICA
BARKER, E. C. Our Catholic Heritage in Texas, 1519-1936: Vol. I,
The Finding of Texas, 1519-1693; Vol. II, The Winning of
Texas, 1693-1731, by Carlos E. Castafieda, XL, 161-163.
Leona Vicario, Heroina Insurgente, por Genaro Garcia, XIII,
BIESELE, R. L. Bernardo de Galvez in Louisiana, 17'76-1783, by
John Watson Caughey, XXXVIII, 302-303.
BINKLEY, W. C. New Mexico History and Civics, by Lansing B.
Bloom and Thomas C. Donnelly, XXXVII, 228-231.
B[OLTON], H. E. Rise and Fall of the Mission San Saba, to
which is appended a Brief History of the Bowie or Almagres
Mine, Also a Sketch of Summerland and its Builders, by
John W. Hunter, IX, 226.
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