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Southwestern Historical Quarterly
Llano, San Saba, McCulloch, Mason, Menard, Kimble, Concho, and Edwards
TI934/L949. COL., GER., LAND.
LOWMAN, BERTA - M.A., August, 1927 [2641
Cotton Industry in Texas during the Reconstruction Period. vi 182
Maps: (1) soil regions in Texas; (2) cotton production in Texas by counties, 1860;
(3) cotton production in Texas by counties, 1870; (4) cotton production in Texas
by counties, 1880.
Tables: aggregate population by counties, 1860-188o.
Contents: Five chapters are devoted to Texas cotton industry at close of Civil
War-unmarketed cotton, legislation relative to collection of Confederate cotton,
methods of treasury agents, removal of trade, 1865; federal cotton tax and its
operation in Texas-history and operation of, public attitude toward, and legislation
relative to removal of tax; labor and labor problems-shortages following emancipa-
tion, freedman as a laborer, operation of Freedman's Bureau, increased industrious-
ness of white man; immigration-efforts to interest, arrivals from other states,
foreign immigrations, population increases; cotton production, 1865-1874-annual
production. Appendices include cotton production by counties, 1860, 1870, and 1880.
T1927/L954. AGRI., REC., TR., N., INDUS.
LUKER, JULIA EUGENIA - M.A., June, 1920 [2651
The Diplomatic Relations between Texas and Mexico, 1836-1842,
ii+167+ [31 PP-
Contents: The Treaty of Velasco is treated in detail in Chapter I. Military move-
ments by Texas and Mexico, 1836-1838, make up Chapter II. Mirabeau B. Lamar's
policy of aggression is the subject of Chapter III; the Federalists' War in northern
Mexico, the Texan Santa Fe Expedition, the Mexican invasion of 1842, Somervell's
Expedition, and the Mier Expedition are discussed. Diplomatic relations, 1838-1842,
including James Treat's mission to Mexico and Sam Houston's diplomacy during
his second administration constitute Chapter IV.
TI92o/L969. REP., MEX., DIP., MIL., POL., EXPED.
LUSK, WYNEMA MAGZELIEA - M.A., June, 1938 
A Calendar of the Stephen Powers and James B. Wells Papers: 1875-
1882. vii+60o pp.
Contents: Judge Stephen Powers and James B. Wells, Jr., were law partners in
Brownsville from 1878 to Powers' death in 1882. The correspondence listed in this
calendar contain information on local politics, the land question, and Anglo-
American relations after 1875.
Tx938/L975. BBL., ANGLO-AMER., POL., 19TH C., R. G. V.
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