The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 43, July 1939 - April, 1940 Page: 304
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THE UNIVERSITY CROSSES THE BAR - Robert E. Vinson - - 281
ADMINISTRATION OF THE SEQUESTRATION ACT IN THE CON-
FEDERATE DISTRICT COURT FOR THE WESTERN DISTRICT
OF TEXAS, 1862-1865 - - - - - - T. R. Havins - - 295
FOLK LIFE IN EARLY TEXAS: THE AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF
ANDREW DAVIS, Part II - Contributed by R. L. Jones - - 323
THE INFLUENCE OF FRENCH DIPLOMATIC POLICY ON THE
ANNEXATION OF TEXAS - - - - R. A. McLemore - - 342
GOMARA ON THE CORONADO EXPEDITION - A. Grove Day - - 348
EIGHTY-SIX HOURS WITHOUT WATER ON THE TEXAS
PLAINS - - - - - - - - - W. Curtis Nunn - - 356
A LETTER BOOK OF JOSEPH EVE, UNITED STATES CHARGE
D'AFFAIRES TO TEXAS, Part II - Joseph Milton Nance - - 365
TEXAS COLLECTION - - - - - Walter Prescott Webb - - 378
JUNIOR HISTORIANS - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 393
BOOK REVIEWS: Garrett, Green Flag Over Texas; Hous-
ton, Texas Independence; Members of the Legislature
of the State of Texas from 1846 to 1939, (Huntsville,
prison print, 1939); Clark, A History of Texas, Land
of Promise, and Steen, History of Texas; Rankin,
When Civil Law Fails; Strayer (ed.), The Delegate
from New York; Proceedings of the Federal Con-
vention; Wellman, The Trampling Herd; The Story
of the Cattle Range in North America; Gittinger, The
Formation of the State of Oklahoma; Atherton, The
Pioneer Merchant in Mid-America; Meigs, The Kiliwa
Indians of Lower California; Coolidge and Coolidge,
The Last of the Seris; Parsons, Pueblo Indian Re-
ligion; Taylor, A Historian's Creed; Cary, A History
of the Greek World from 323 to 146 B. C.; Scullard,
A History of the Roman World from 753 to 146 B. C.;
Marsh, A History of the Roman World from 146 to
30 B. C.; Parker, A History of the Roman World
from A. D. 138 to 337. - ------------ 400
BOOK NOTES AND ACKNOWLEDGMENTS - - - - - - - - 421
PATRONS AND SUSTAINING MEMBERS
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Patrons and Sustaining Members follows:
AMERICAN LIBERTY OIL COMPANY KARCHER, MR. J. C.
BARKER, MR. EUGENE C. MAERCKY, MR. P. GEORGE
BLAFFER, MR. R. L. Moss, MR. H. S.
CLAYTON, MR. H. L. RUSS, MR. LEON F.
DE GOLYER, MR. E. SHEPHERD, MR. JAMES L., JR.
DENMAN, MR. LEROY SMITH, MR. E. L.
FRANCIS, MR. W. H. SUMAN, MR. JOHN R.
HAGER, MR. DILWORTH S. STARK, MR. H. J. L.
HILL, MR. GEORGE A., JR. WEBB, MR. W. P.
HOPKINS, MR. EDWIN B. WEISS, MR. W. C.
HOUSTON OIL COMPANY WHEELOCK, MR. LLOYD
HUGHES, MR. J. K. WILSON, MR. W. D.
HUTCHESON, MR. PALMER WRATHER, MR. W. E.
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