The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 41, July 1937 - April, 1938 Page: 79
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Historical Association, July, 1897-April, 1937
Notes on Magazine and Newspaper Articles:
Along the Mexican Border (Scribner's, March, 1916), XX, 101.
James Kemp Holland, a Mexican War Veteran, by Annie J.
Holland (Texas Magazine,, March, 1913), XVI, 438.
Mexican Diplomacy on the Eve of the War with the United States,
by George L. Rives (American Historical Review, January,
1913), XVI, 438.
Mexican War Documents (Publications of the Southern History
Association, January, 1905), VIII, 357.
Polk and the Oregon Compro.mise of 1846, by Dr. R. L. Schuyler
(Political Science Quarterly, September, 1911), XVI, 107-108.
President Buchanan's Proposed Intervention in Mexico, by Howard
L. Wilson (American Historical Review, July, 1900), IV, 152.
United States and Mexico, 1835-1837, The, by Eugene C. Barker
(Mississippi Valley Historical Review, June, 1914), XVIII,
Treaty of Guadalupe-Hidalgo, by Jesse S. Reeves (American His-
torical Review, January, 1905), VIII, 357.
THE WEST AND THE FRONTIER
BARKER, E. C. Bois d'Arc to. Barb'd Wire: Ken Cary, South-
western Pioneer, 1850-189,0, by James K. Greer, XL, 262-263.
Forty-Niners: The Chronicle of the California Trail, by
Archie Butler Hulbert, XXXV, 245-247. Grand Prairie, by
James K. Greer, XXXIX, 151-152. History of Arizona, by
Thomas Edwin Farish, XX, 199-200. John Charles Fremont,
An Explanation of His Career, by Cardinal Goodwin, XXXIV,
175-176. Narratives of the Trans-Mississippi Frontier (re-
prints of books out of print on opening of the west, 8 vols.),
edited by Carl L. Cannon: The Emigrant's Guide to Cali-
fornia, by Joseph E. Ware (introduction and notes by John
Caughey) ; The Emigrant's Guide to Oregon and California,
by Lansford D. Hastings (introduction and notes by Charles
H. Corey); Hall J. Kelly on Oregon, edited by Fred Wilbur
Powell; A Journal of the Santa F Expedition Under Colonel
Doniphan, by Jacob S. Robinson (introduction and notes by
Carl L. Cannon); The Past and Present of the Pike's Peak
Gold Regions, by Henry Villard (introduction and notes by
LeRoy R. Hafen); Route Across the Rocky Mountains, by
Overton Johnson and William H. Winter (preface and notes
by Carl L. Cannon); Scenery of the Plains, Mountains and
Mines, by Franklin Longworthy, edited by Paul C. Phillips;
Scout and Ranger, Being the Personal Adventures of James
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