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Southwestern Historical Quarterly
Pike of the Texas Rangers in 1859-1800 (introduction and
notes by Carl L. Cannon), XXXVI, 321. Rollie Burns: Or
an Account of the Ranching Industry on the South Plains,
by W. C. Holden, XXXVI, 239. Southwest of the Turquoise
Trail: The First Diaries on the Road to Santa Fe, 1810-1825,
edited with bibliographical resume by Archer Butler Hulbert,
XXXVII, 149-151. The X. I. 2T. Ranch of Texas and the
Early Days of the Llano Estacado, by J. Evetts Haley,
BINKLEY, W. C. New Mexico History and Civics, by Lansing B.
Bloom and Thos. C. Donnelly, XXXVII, 228-231.
BOLTON, HERBERT E. Economic Beginnings of the Far West:
How We Won the Land Beyond the Mississippi, by Katherine
Coman, XVII, 207-212. The Leading Facts of New Mexican
History, by Ralph Emerson Twitchell, XVI, 99-102. The
Pathfinders from River to Ocean: The Story of the Great
West from the Time of Coronado to the Present, by Grace
Raymond Hebard, XVI, 431-432.
BLUE, GEORGE VERNE. Opening a Highway to the Pacific, 1838-
1846, by James Christy Bell, XXVII, 77-81.
CASTANEDA, C. E. The Pioneer Miner and the Pack Mule Ex-
press, by Ernest A. Wiltsee, XXXVI, 319-320.
CLELAND, ROBERT C. The Establishment of State Government in
California, 1846-1850, by Cardinal Goodwin, XVIII, 330-332.
DEBO, ANGIE. Advancing the Frontier, by Grant Foreman,
DUFOUR, C. J. Sutter's Gold, by Blaise Cendrars, translated
from the French by Henry Longan Stuart, XXX, 233-236.
EATON, CLEMENT. Pioneer Days in Arizona, by Frank C. Lock-
wood, XXXVI, 237-238.
ELLISON, J. Utah and the Nation, by Leland Hargrave Greer,
FULMORE, Z. T. Westward Expansion, 1841-1850, by Geo. P.
Garrison, X, 281-283.
G [ARRISON], G. P. Breaking of the Wilderness, by Frederick S.
Dellenbough, X, 110-111.
HALEY, J. EVETTS. Cowboy Lore, by Jules Verne Allen, XXXVII,
72-73. The Day of the Cattleman, by Ernest Staples Osgood,
XXXIV, 177-179. Fighting Men of the West, by Dane
Coolidge, XXXVI, 75-76. Frontier Trails, by Frank M.
Canton, edited by Edward Everett Dale, XXXV, 331-332.
A Journal of a Trip from Clear Fork in Stephens County
to the San Saba River, 1864, XXXVII, 72-73. The Spur
Ranch: A Study of the Inclosed Ranch Phase of the Cattle
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