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Southwestern Historical Quarterly
CONNOR, KATHERINE - M.A., August, 1937 [871
A History of Morris County, Texas, in the World War. vi+225 pp.
Illustrations: James Y. Bradfield; Charles N. McClendon; Graham Connor; How-
ard Floyd; Claude G. Connor; Burl Currey; D. A. Russell; Paul Pittman; Lee
Currey; group picture of Bartus Key, James Y. Thigpen, Oney Hall, and Albert
High; group of enlisted men.
Contents: Four chapters include introduction; use of selective service system in
Morris County-voluntary enlistments, registrations, selection process, organization,
and personnel; war service including letters of servicemen; civilian war-aid activ-
ities in county, 1917-99g-council of defense, food administration, Liberty Loans,
Red Cross, Four Minute Men; conclusion. Appendix contains military service
records of Morris County white men-army officers and enlisted men, army
wounded, army killed in action or died of other causes, marine corps, deserters-
and military service records of Morris County colored men-non-commissioned
officers and enlisted men, deserters.
TI937/C762. Co. HIs., N. TEx., E. TEX., MIL., W. W. I, N., 2OTH C.
COOLEY, FLOYD ESTES - M.A., August, 1936 
Bowie County, Texas, in the World War. vi+484 pp.
Illustrations: William Dillard Cooley; Company I, 2nd Arkansas Infantry; Motor
Truck Company 8, Arkansas National Guard; Leslie Anderson and French chil-
dren; D. W. Blocker and L. H. Lanier; F. C. Ames; Harley Arnold; G. G. Basham;
J. S. Bonham; E. R. Brower; L. F. Brower; Bryan Braley; W. D. Cooley; F. S.
Couch; J. J. Dickens; V. C. Dickens; E. H. Foster; F. K. Foster; W. M. Fowler;
J. L. Francis; Adelbert Goza; H. H. Helms; Columbus Hicks; O. E. Higginbotham;
Oscar Jones; E. E. Langston; J. L. Morris; H. C. Riley; R. D. Rochelle; J. W.
Rogers; G. M. Shaw; L. G. Shaw; E. M. Shaver; W. G. Chambers; B. L. Johnson;
H. W. Carlton; copy of order presenting French Croix de Guerre with bronze
star to H. W. Carlton; W. E. Johns; O. L. Kelley; T. Nelson; T. R. McClurg;
S. S. Sheeley; Bowie County heroes who died in action: J. L. Morris, T. D. Cook,
J. G. Johnson, J. H. Compton, G. W. Vernon, G. E. Wilcox, F. C. Ames, A. G.
Compton, J. H. Moore, Otis Henry, L. M. Johnson, J. C. Watts, G. H. Higgs,
B. H. Gibson, B. P. Ochs, J. H. Fincher, J. O. Pinkerton, Clarence Williams;
American Red Cross canteen workers.
Maps: Texarkana Chapter of American Red Cross with jurisdiction over Miller
County, Arkansas, and Bowie County, Texas.
Tables: Distribution of Bowie County men in branches of service; army occu-
pational classification; disabled Bowie County men tabulated by per cent disability;
navy occupational classifications; results of war fund raising campaigns in county.
Contents: Four chapters deal with introduction; military history of Bowie County
in World War I including letters from servicemen; civilian war-aid activities of
Bowie County, 1917-1919-local board, advisory boards, council of defense, Four
Minute Men, Liberty Loans, Red Cross, food administration, United War Work;
conclusion. Appendix is devoted to service records of army officers, officers killed
in action, officers died of other causes, white enlisted men, army wounded, enlisted
men killed in action and died of other causes, discharged without honor, deserters,
nurses in army; officers in navy, men in navy, died of other causes in navy, marine
corps, marine deserters; colored men in army, killed in action, died of other
causes, deserters, and dishonorably discharged. A list of abbreviations used in
service records is also appended.
Tz936/C77. Co. His., N. TEx., E. TEx., MIL., W.W. I, N., O20TH C.
CooPWooD, JULIA - M.A., August, 1938 
History of the La Bahia Settlements during the Administration of
Captain Manuel Ramirez de la Piscina, 1750-1767. 124 pp.
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