The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 56, July 1952 - April, 1953 Page: 96
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Southwestern Historical Quarterly
Tables: principal Texas crops, 1866-1874.
Contents: Seven chapters deal with agriculture-cotton, corn, wheat; labor and
labor problems-Negro, Freedman's Bureau; livestock and meat packing-cattle,
trail driving, horses, mules, sheep; Texas land policy; transportation-water, roads,
stages, railroads; manufacturing and commerce; and money and prices during the
Tzg94/C839. Soc. HIs., REC., N., AGRI., RANCH., LAND, TRANS., COM.
Cox, EDITH YANTIS - M.A., August, 1932 [931
War Activities of Hays County, Texas, 1917-1919. vii+302 pp.
Illustrations: officers of Company I, Ist Texas Infantry-Howard Woodall, How-
ard Davis, William Montgomery; Company I, Ist Texas Infantry; men who received
foreign decorations-Howard Davis, Overton Perkins, William Montgomery, Lee
D. Hutchinson, Charlie Walters, Jack Arnold; Memorial Hospital, San Marcos;
Y.M.C.A. men who served overseas-Claude S. Ivey and Ralph McClellan.
Tables: distribution of men in various branches of service; distribution of men in
army; distribution of civilian occupations of servicemen; distribution of men in
navy according to rank; results of fund campaign.
Contents: Following an introduction, Chapters II and III give individual service
records of white and colored men from Hays County in World War I. Records
are classified under army officers, officers wounded in army, men in army, wounded
men, died in service, men discharged without honor, dishonorably discharged,
army deserters, men in marine corps, officers and men who received foreign dec-
orations, men in navy, Troop L of 2d Cavalry regiment, colored army officer,
colored men in army, colored men wounded in army, man died in service, and
men discharged without honor. Civilian war-aid activities in Hays County, in-
cluding local board, government agents, food administration, Red Cross, Liberty
Loans, United War Work, Y.M.C.A., form Chapter IV. Summary and conclusions
make up Chapter V. Ten letters from servicemen and a list of abbreviations used
in the thesis are appended.
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CRANE, OLATIA - M.A., June, 1903 [941
The Gutierres-Magee Expedition. 114 pp. 26 cm. handwritten in
black ink with notes in red.
Contents: In essay form. Introduction presents sketch of United States-Spanish
relations before expedition of Bernardo Gutibrrez de Lara and Augustus Magee.
Discussion of expedition includes promotion of expedition, capture of Nacog-
doches and of Trinidad, strengthening of insurgent force, defense measures of
Spanish, capture of La Bahia and of San Antonio, murder of Manuel Salcedo and
Simon de Herrera, defeat of Royalists under Ignacio Elizondo, Jos6 Alvarez de
Toledo in command, battle of Medina, and Joaquin de Arredondo's persecution
Tz9o3/C85. SP., FIL., EXPED.
CRANE, ROBERT EDWARD LEE, JR. - M.A., June, 1939 
The Administration of the Customs Service of the Republic of Texas.
[viii] 2833+97+ [51 PP
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