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Southwestern Historical Quarterly
and Johnson, Francis W.: A History of Texas and Texans; (4)
Bartholomae, Edgar William: Fahrten and Schicksale Eines
Deutschen in Texas, by Herman Ehrenberg, Translation, Mss.,
University of Texas Archives; (5) Brown, John Henry: (a) Life
and Times of Henry Smith, First American Governor of Texas;
(b) History of Texas from 1685 to 1899 (2 volumes) ; (c) Indian
Wars and Pioneers of Texas; (6) Duval, John C.: Early Times
in Texas; (7) Foote, Henry Stuart: Texas and Texans (2 vol-
umes); (8) Gray, William Fairfax: From Virginia to Texas,
1835; (9) Kennedy, William: Texas: The Rise, Progress and
Prospects of the Republic of Texas; (10) Linn, John J.: Reminis-
cences of Fifty Years in Texas; (11) Pease, L. T.: Geographical
and Historical View of Texas with * * * Texian Revolution (in
Niles, South America and Mexico, pp. 213-370); (12) Potter,
Reuben M.: "The Prisoners of Matamoros"; Magazine of American
History, May, 1879; (13) Rose, Victor M.: History of Victoria
County; (14) Thrall, Homer S.: A Pictorial History of Texas;
(15) Wooten, Dudley G. (editor): Scarff's, A Comprehensive
History of Texas; (16) Yoakum, Henderson: History of Texas
6. Newspaper files.
Much of the material used has been found in files of American
newspapers for the period of the Revolution, and in newspapers
published in Texas during the Republic, and since. For this ma-
terial, the writer is deeply indebted to Professor Samuel E. Asbury
of Texas A. & M. College, who supplied transcripts from Georgia
newspapers of 1835-36; to Miss Harriet Smither, Archivist, Texas
State Library, who has located a great deal of material of this
character through the years; and to Miss Maud Kay Sites of
Washington, D. C., who made, for the writer, an extensive search
through the newspapers of that period, in the Library of Congress.
7. Judge J. A. White, of Goliad, and Miss Mary Agnes Mitchell,
of Refugio, have contributed to the present writer's investigations
almost from the beginning of the search; and without their intimate
knowledge of the local geography of Goliad and Refugio Counties,
and of source materials for the period of the Texan Revolution
available among descendants of the early settlers there, such a
study could never have been made even reasonably complete. Miss
Mitchell has contributed an invaluable map of early Refugio, some
unpublished eye-witness accounts of happenings there, and an
extensive knowledge of the services and fate of the Refugio men
with Colonel Fannin's command. One of Judge White's contribu-
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