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SEYMOUR V. CONNOR, "Log Cabins in Texas," received his B.A.
and his M.A. from the University of Texas. He has contributed
articles to: Studies in English (University of Texas), and the
Virginia Magazine of History and Biography. He is now working
on his Ph.D. at the University of Texas.
JOSEPH CARL MCELHANNON, "Imperial Mexico and Texas, 1821-
1823," received his B.A. and his M.A. from Baylor University;
he has been a graduate student at the University of Texas, and, at
present, is a member of the faculty of Baylor University.
KENNETH W. PORTER, "Negroes and Indians on the Texas Fron-
tier, 1834-1874," received his Ph.D. from Harvard University. He
was a member of the Department of History at Vassar College,
1938-1948; he has contributed articles to the journals of the his-
torical societies of Oregon, Washington, North Dakota, Minne-
sota, Oklahoma, and Florida. He is now Director of Research of
the Business History Foundation.
BERLIN B. CHAPMAN, "The Claim of Texas to Greer County,"
is professor of history at Oklahoma A. and M. College.
THOMAS N. CAMPBELL, "Journal of Lincecum's Travels in
Texas, 1835," received his Ph.D. from Harvard University in
1947. He has contributed articles to: the Bulletin of the Geologi-
cal Society of America, Publications of the West Texas Historical
and Scientific Society, Texas Archaeological News, American An-
tiquity, Bulletin of the Texas Archaeological and Paleontological
Society, Texas Game and Fish, Tree-Ring Bulletin, and the
Texas Journal of Science. Dr. Campbell is now Associate Pro-
fessor and Chairman of the Department of Anthropology at the
University of Texas.
A. L. BRADFORD, "Journal of Lincecum's Travels in Texas,
1835," a great grandson of Gideon Lincecum, is a retired marine
engineer. He is now living at Marble Falls, Texas.
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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