The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 53, July 1949 - April, 1950 Page: 104

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BUNYAN H. ANDREW, "Some Queries Concerning the Texas-
Louisiana Sabine Boundary," took the Ph.D. degree at the Uni-
versity of California in 1946. His doctoral dissertation, "Rivers
as Interstate Boundaries in the United States," was written under
the direction of the late Professor F. L. Paxson. At present Dr.
Andrew is an associate professor of history at Illinois Wesleyan
University.
MALCOLM D. McLEAN, "Journey of a Jacket," received his
B.A. from The University of Texas and his M.A. from the Na-
tional University of Mexico. He is now an instructor of Romance
Languages at The University of Texas. Articles by him have
appeared in the Quarterly and Texas Parade.
BERLIN B. CHAPMAN, "The Claim of Texas to Greer County,"
received his M.A. at Harvard and his Ph.D. at the University of
Wisconsin. For a number of years he taught in West Virginia,
Oklahoma, and New York City; and since 1941 has been on the
staff of Oklahoma A. and M. College, at present holding the rank
of professor of history. He has done extensive research in the
National Archives in Washington, D. C., on western Oklahoma,
particularly the Indian reservations in the area. Articles by Dr.
Chapman have appeared in several historical journals, including
Chronicles of Oklahoma, Indiana Magazine of History, and Kan-
sas Historical Quarterly.
DEWEY W. GRANTHAM, JR., "Texas Congressional Leaders and
the New Freedom, 1913-1917," is on the history staff of the Uni-
versity of North Carolina. The article published here is a revision
of a portion of his doctoral dissertation done at the University
of North Carolina, entitled "Southern Congressional Leaders and
the New Freedom, 1913-1917."
COLONEL M. L. CRIMMINS, "W. G. Freeman's Report on the
Eighth Military Department," is a retired army officer distin-
guished for his military studies.

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