The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 56, July 1952 - April, 1953 Page: 85
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A Check List of Theses and Dissertations
causes, army deserters, army nurses, Y.M.C.A. workers, navy officers, navy men,
marines, and officers and men of Troop E, 6th Cavalry, Texas National Guard,
which was not called into federal service. Military services of colored men are
listed as army men, men died in army, and army deserter. Contributions of
civilians in the county includes local board, Liberty Loan campaigns, Red Cross,
governmental activities. The final chapter gives summary of county's war effort
and conclusions. A list of abbreviations used in thesis is appended.
Tr93r/B8z2. Co. His., MIL., W.W. I, E. TEX., N., 20OTH C.
BUCKLEY, ELEANOR CLAIRE - M.A., June, 19o09 [6o]
The Work of the Marquis of Aguayo in Texas, 1720-1722. Thesis
missing from library.
Contents: Conditions on the Texas-Louisiana frontier in 1719--Spanish and French
establishments, change in French frontier policy, Spanish fears of French; retreat
of the Spanish from eastern Texas (1719) and its cause-breach of peace in
Europe, capture of Pensacola by the French, Blondel's attack on Los Adaes, retreat
of Spanish across Trinity, evidence that real not imaginary advance of the French
caused retreat of Spanish, character of retreat; Marquis de Aguayo and preparation
for his expedition to Texas-instructions, Espinosa's work, supplies and recruits,
and founding of Mission San Jos6 y San Miguel de Aguayo; the expedition-from
Monclova to Rio Grande, rumors of St. Denis, activities at San Antonio, route
from San Antonio to Neches River, reoccupation of East Texas (refounding of
Missions San Francisco de los Tejas, La Purisima Concepci6n, San Jose de los
Nazonis, Nuestra Sefiora de Guadalupe de Nacogdoches, Nuestra Sefiora de los
Ais, and San Miguel de los Adaes and Presidio Nuestra Sefiora de los Delores),
return to San Antonio, further activities at San Antonio (founding of Mission
San Francisco Xavier de Ndjera, erection of new presidio), Aguayo at Espiritu
Santo (establishment and location of presidio and mission); results of Aguayo
Published: "The Aguayo Expedition into Texas and Louisiana, 1719-1722,"
Quarterly of the Texas State Historical Association, Volume XV, Number 1 (July,
1911), 1-65. Map showing Aguayo's route and establishments is included.
SP., FR., MISS., MIL., EXPED., REL., S. TEx., E. TEx.
BUDD, HARRELL - M.A., Summer, 1925 
The Negro in Politics in Texas, 1867-1898. [ix]+186 pp.
Contents: Covers period in which Negro remained a significant force in Texas
politics. Three chapters discuss Negro during Reconstruction-power without
training, registration, election of 1869, threat to negro dominance; negro control
broken, election of 1873; negro dominance and party decay-loss of power in
legislature, election of 1876, Greenback bid for negro votes, Negroes return to
Republican ranks, negro opposition to state ticket in 1882, small influence of
Republican Party, Jaybird movement, bid for negro votes in election of 1892;
"Lily White" movement-first appearance of color line, first "Lily White" cam-
paign, black and tan convention of 1892, reform or "Lily White" campaign of
1894; black and tan convention of 1894, election of 1894; N. W. Cuney's control
in selecting national delegates, fall of Cuney, convention of 1898.
TIz25/B858. POL., N., REC., 19TH C.
BUGBEE, LESTER G. - M.A., June, 1893 
Austin's Colony. 69 pp. 25 cm. handwritten text in black ink; notes
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