The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 50, July 1946 - April, 1947 Page: 10
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NUMBER 2: OCTOBER, 1946
THE APACHE INDIANS IN TEXAS
TEXANA IN THE NATION'S CAPITAL
THE CZECHS IN TEXAS
THE KERRVILLE CEDAR AXE
Frank D. Reeve
Luther H. Evans
Henry R. Maresh
DIGEST OF CONGRESSIONAL ACTION ON
THE ANNEXATION OF TEXAS, DECEMBER,
1844, TO MARCH, 1845 Sarah Elizabeth Lewis
H. Bailey Carroll
BOOK REVIEWS: Caughey, Hubert Howe Bancroft, Historian of
the West; Wittke, Against the Current: The Life of Karl
Heinzen; Willison, Saints and Strangers; Garrison (ed.),
The United States, 1865-1900: A Survey of Current Litera-
ture with Abstracts of Unpublished Dissertations; Barker
(ed.), Memoirs of Elisha Oscar Crosby: Reminiscences of
California and Guatemala from 1849 to 1864
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