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BARNES F. LATHROP, "History from the Census Returns," is
assistant professor of history at the University of Texas. He holds
a B.A. degree from Rice and M.A. from the University of Chi-
cago, and a Ph.D. from the University of Texas. His particular
field of interest is the Old South, and he has published articles
in the Louisiana Historical Quarterly, the American Historical
Review, and the North Carolina Historical Review.
GRANT FOREMAN, "The Texas Comanche Treaty of 1846," re-
sides at 1419 West Okmulgee Avenue, Muskogee, Oklahoma, and
is an outstanding student of Indian history. Author of numerous
books and magazine articles, he has long been active in the
Oklahoma Historical Society, of which he has been director.
HOWARD T. DIMICK, "Four John Greggs of Texas," born at
Marshall, Texas, is related to General John Gregg, Harmon
Gregg, and Josiah Gregg through his mother. He has been espe-
cially interested in history since 1943 and has published articles
in the Louisiana Historical Quarterly, the Journal of Mississippi
History, and the New Mexico Historical Review. He now lives
at Shreveport, Louisiana.
M. L. CRIMMINS, "W. G. Freeman's Report on the Eighth
Military Department," is a retired army officer and well known
for his historical interests.
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