The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 51, July 1947 - April, 1948 Page: 10
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NUMBER 2: OCTOBER, 1947
THE CONFEDERATE LOSS AND RECAPTURE OF
GALVESTON, 1862-1863 Charles C. Cumberland 109
SOME GAIL BORDEN LETTERS R
ALGERNON P. THOMPSON Ai
CHECK LIST OF TEXAS IMPRINTS,
NOTES AND DOCUMENTS:
FREEMAN'S REPORT ON THE EIGHTH
Continued Edited b
oberta C. Hendrix
drew Forest Muir
by E. W. Winkler
by M. L. Crimmins
Walter Prescott Webb
BOOK REVIEWS: Hogan, The Texas Republic: A Social
and Economic History; Allhands, Boll Weevil: Recol-
lections of the Trinity and Brazos Valley Railway;
Mirsky, The Westward Crossings: Balboa, Mackenzie,
Lewis and Clark; Dumbauld, Thomas Jefferson: Amer-
ican Tourist; Hanna, A Prince in Their Midst: The
Adventurous Life of Achille Murat on the American
Frontier; Horn, The Horn Papers, Early Westward
Movement on the Monongahela and Upper Ohio,
1765-1795; Niggli, Mexican Village
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