The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 51, July 1947 - April, 1948 Page: 107
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WAYNE GARD, "The Fence-Cutters," is an editorial writer on
the staff of the Dallas Morning News. His article will form a
chapter in his forthcoming book, Frontier Justice, which will be
an informal study of the development of order and law in the
West, with attention to feuds, range wars, vigilante activities,
and early law enforcement.
MAX BERGER, "Education in Texas during the Spanish and
Mexican Period," is an instructor in history at the College of
the City of New York. He received the doctor's degree in history
from Columbia University in 1943. He has had articles appear
in the Southwestern Social Science Quarterly, the Texas Outlook,
and other historical journals, as well as the Southwestern His-
COLONEL MARTIN LALOR CRIMMINS, "W. G. Freeman's Report
on the Eighth Military Department," studied medicine at the
University of Virginia for four years before he enlisted in the
"Rough Riders," on May 23, 1898. He served as a United States
Army officer until he was retired for physical disability on March
2, 1926. Since that time he has made his home in San Antonio
and devoted much of his time to writing. His interests cover a
wide field, and he has published articles in a number of period-
icals ranging from the Infantry Journal to Frontier Times.
NETTIE LEE BENSON, "Bishop Marin de Porras and Texas," is
Latin American librarian in the University of Texas Library.
She has recently contributed two articles, "The Plan of Casa
Mata" and "The Contested Mexican Election of 1812," to the
Hispanic American Historical Review, and another article on
Servando Teresa de Mier has been accepted for publication in
an early issue of the same magazine.
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