The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 56, July 1952 - April, 1953 Page: 89
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A Check List of Theses and Dissertations 89
CARROLL, HORACE BAILEY - Ph.D., June, 1935 [71 ]
The Route of the Texan Santa Fe Expedition. [vi] +267 pp.
Maps: (1) route of Texan Santa Fe Expedition of 1841; (2) from Austin across
the Brazos; (3) from the Brazos through the Cross Timbers; (4) from Beaver
Creek to Smelter Creek; (5) from Smelter Creek up the Cap Rock; (5) from Camp
Resolution to Trujillo Creek; (6) from Trujillo Creek to Laguna Colorada.
Contents: Preliminary chapter gives historical background of expedition and dis-
cusses accounts written by participants including George Wilkins Kendall, Thomas
Falconer, George W. Grover, Theodore Sevey, Stephen Hoyle, and Peter Gallagher,
whose diary is the principal source of this study. Chapters II through IX trace the
route of expedition from its organization to its final capture by Mexican forces in
Laguna Colorada, New Mexico. Chapter divisions are from Brushy Creek to Little
River, from Little River to the Brazos, across the Brazos River to the Cross
Timbers, through the Upper Cross Timbers, from the Cross Timbers to Beaver
Creek, from Beaver Creek to Smelter Creek, from Smelter Creek to Camp Resolu-
tion, Camp Resolution and across the Llano Estacado.
Published: The Texan Santa Fe Trail, Canyon (Panhandle-Plains Historical So-
ciety), 1951. Revised and enlarged; ten illustrations and an index added; five maps
mark the trail.
TDz935/C236. W. TEX., C. TEX., N. TEX., L. E., W. C. T., EXPED., EXPL., GEo., REP.,
CARROW, CATHERINE IKARD - M.A., August, 1943 
The Amusements of Texas from 1880-1890. [iv] 128+[31 pp.
Contents: Five chapters include introduction; amusements for men-horse racing,
pitching horseshoes and silver dollars, gambling, drinking, hunting, gun clubs,
fishing, fire companies, military companies, male quartets, fraternal orders, prac-
tical joking, fighting, cock fighting, veterans organizations, baseball, political
meetings, literary and debating societies, road workings, cowboy singing, rodeos;
amusements for women-quilting bees, horseback riding, swimming, "calling," teas
and receptions, wild flower picking, button stringing, autograph albums, china
painting, oil painting, music, elocution, euchre parties, reading clubs, church work,
weddings; amusements for men and women-log rollings, corn huskings, hog kill-
ings, cotton pickings, "pecanning," dances, military balls, play parties, candy pull-
ing, candy breakin', weddings, funerals, spelling bees, tournaments, church socials,
singing schools, amateur theatricals; effect of growth of urbanization on amuse-
ments of people of Texas from 188o to 18go.
Tz943/C237. AMus., 19TH C., FRON.
CASSLES, ANNE ETHEL - M.A., August, 1935 
A History of Hunt County. viii+ 172 pp.
Illustrations: James Hooker; Mrs. Catherine Oldham Arnold; home of Catherine
Oldham; Captain W. M. Arnold; farmhouse of early type in Hunt County; first
county courthouse; courthouse erected in 1883; McQuinney Howell Wright; first
county jail; home of Dr. and Mrs. D. L. Gaillard; Captain Ples McBride; B. D.
Martin; street scenes in Greenville in 1907 and in 193o; early barn built by W. A.
Horne in 1870; bois d'arc picket fence built before 188o; planting cotton with
riding planter; cotton field showing open bolls on stalks; open and unopened
cotton boll; hauling cotton to gin; picking cotton; cotton field; scene on square
during cotton marketing period from 1900 to 1915; Jersey cow and calf; pasture
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