The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 55, July 1951 - April, 1952 Page: 619

Dr. James C. Dolley, professor of business and vice-president of the University of
Texas, and Dr. H. Bailey Carroll, professor of history and director of the Texas State
Historical Association, look over the terms proposed in an 1828 prospectus by General
Arthur G. Wavell and Colonel Ben Milam for securing funds for +he colonzafion of
ten million acres of Northeast Texas lands. The unique document was presented to
the Association by H. B. Ransom of Fort Worth, Texas.

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