The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 52, July 1948 - April, 1949 Page: 377
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WILLIAM W. WHITE, "The Texas Slave Insurrection of 186o,"
is a native Texan. He received his B.A. from The University of
Texas and, after serving four years in the Air Force, returned to
the University to obtain his M.A. He was an instructor at West
Texas State Teachers College in the summer of 1947 and has been
a teaching fellow at The University of Texas since 1947.
WILBERT H. TIMMONS, "Robert Owen's Texas Project," a na-
tive of Missouri, received his B.A. from Park College, Missouri,
and his M.A. from the University of Chicago. He came to The
University of Texas in 1941 to continue his studies, but the war
interrupted him. After serving four years as a Naval officer, he
returned to The University of Texas in 1946 to resume his studies.
He holds the position of tutor in American history.
CHARLES C. CUMBERLAND, "Mexican Revolutionary Movements
from Texas, 1906-1912," received his B.A. and M.A. from the
Texas College of Arts and Industries, and in 1940 began his
residence at The University of Texas. In 1942 he was with the
Office of the Co-ordinator of Inter-American Affairs in Washing-
ton, and later entered the Navy, serving for a time as Historical
Officer of the Eleventh Naval District. After his release from the
Navy, he was assistant professor at the Woodrow Wilson School
of Public and International Affairs, Princeton University. He
received his Ph.D. from The University of Texas in 1948, his
dissertation being a biography, Francisco I. Madero, Revolu-
tionary. Since September, 1948, he has been assistant professor
of history at Rutgers University.
EDMUND T. MILLER, "The Money of the Republic of Texas,"
is a fellow of the Association. A native Texan, he holds degrees
from Weatherford College, The University of Texas, and Harvard.
Since 1917 he has been professor of economics at The University
of Texas. His published works include the well known Financial
History of Texas, and numerous articles mainly concerning Texas
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