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Historical Association, July, 1897-April, 1937
Industry of Texas, by William Curry Holden, XXXVIII,
72-73. The Story of Early Clayton, New Mexico; by Albert
W. Thompson, XXXVII, 233-234. Tall Tales from Texas
Cow Camps, by Moody C. Boatright, XXXVIII, 230-231.
A Trip to the States by the Way of the Yellowstone and
Missouri, by J. Allen Hosmer, XXXVII, 72. Wild Bill and
His Era: The Life and Adventures of James Butler Hickok,
by William Elsey Connelly, XXXVIII, 74-75. Wyatt Earp,
Frontier Marshal, by Stuart Lake, XXXVI, 73-74.
HOGAN, W. R. Arizona Place Names, by Will C. Barnes, XXXIX,
79. Triggernometry: A gallery of gun-fighters with technical
notes, too, on leather slapping as a fine art, gathered from
many a loose holstered expert over the years, by Eugene
Cunningham, XXXIX, 78.
KELTNER, CLAUDE. Forgotten Frontiers, by Alfred Barnaby
Thomas, XXXVI, 77-78.
MARSHALL, THOMAs M. The Winning of the Far West: A His-
tory of the Regaining of Texas, of the Mexican War, and of
the Oregon Question ..., by Robert McNutt McElroy, XVIII,
P[AYNE], L. W. Stories of the Great West, by Theodore Roose-
velt, XIV, 80-81.
RAMSDELL, C. W. America in Ferment, by Paul Leland Haworth,
XIX, 207. With the Border Ruffians or Memories of the Far
West, 1852-1868, by R. H. Williams, edited by R. W. Williams,
RICHARDSON, RUPERT N. The Great Plains, by Walter Prescott
Webb, XXXV, 169-172. The Texas Rangers, by Walter
Prescott Webb, XXXIX, 333-335.
RooT, W. T. The West in the Diplomacy of the American Revo-
lution, by Paul C. Phillips, XVIII, 332-334.
TURNER, ARLIN. A Cowman's Wife, by Mary Kidder Rak,
XXXIX, 77-78. Mountain Cattle, by Mary Kidder Rak, XL,
167. Tall Men with Long Rifles, by James T. De Shields,
WEBB, W. P. History of the American Frontier, 1763-1793, by
Frederick L. Paxson, XXVIII, 247-252.
UNSIGNED: Border Wars, by James T. De Shields, edited by
Matt Bradley, XVI, 437-438. The Death of Billy the Kid,
by John W. Poe, XXXVII, 234. Frontier Problems and
Movements in West Texas, 1846-1900 (digest of thesis by
W. C. Holden), XXXII, 97. Gentlemen in the White Hats
(The Texas Rangers), by C. L. Douglas, XXXVIII, 156.
History of the Ranch Cattle Industry in Oklahoma, by Ed-
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