The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 56, July 1952 - April, 1953 Page: 65
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A Check List of Theses and Dissertations
brief history of the annexation movement from 1836 to 1843, Calhoun's relation
with the movement before March, 1844, his official relations with the annexation
treaty, and a commentary on his policy and motives in furthering the project of
TX932/Ab82. Blo., REP., ANNEX., POL.
ADKINS, JOHN ROBERT - M.A., August, 1947 
The Public Career of Andrew Jackson Hamilton. 153 pp.
Contents: Biography of provisional governor of Texas from July 21, 1865, to
August 9, 1866. Chapter titles are self-explanatory: Early Life, Member of Con-
gress, Against the Confederate Cause, As Governor, The Convention of 1866,
Effects of the Convention of 1866, Convention of 1868-1869, Election of 1869, Last
years, Conclusion which includes an evaluation of Hamilton.
Tz947/Ad53. BIo., POL., C. W., REc., GUB.
AGNEW, ELOISE GLADYS - M.A., August, 1941 [41
The Texas Collection in the Houston Public Library, 1791-1871.
Tables: A comparison of the holdings of rare books in Texas Collection of the
Houston Public Library with those of three other Texas libraries rich in Texana.
Contents: Chapters trace history of city of Houston, of Houston Lyceum, and
of Houston Lyceum and Carnegie Library including its special and Texas collec-
tions. A chronological listing of titles in the Texas Collection, 1791-1871, is given.
TI94z/Ag63t. BBL., Loc.
ALLEN, WINNIE - M.A., Summer, 1925 [15
History of Nacogdoches, 1691-1830. ii+ 148 pp.
Contents: Spanish-Mexican history of Nacogdoches. Chapter I, 1690-1789, intro-
ductory survey-general history of Texas exploration, early colonization, Spanish at
Nacogdoches, and settlement to 1789; Chapter II, 1789-1820o-arrival of Anglo-
Americans, Indians, population, local and military affairs; Chapter III, 1820-1830
-Indians, military affairs, local government, mail service, Anglo-Americans, priest
and school for Nacogdoches, summary.
TI925/Az54. SP., MEx., Loc., COL., E. TEX.
AMSLER, ROBERT WITT - Ph.D., June, 1950 
The Life and Times of Arthur Goodall Wavell. vi+214 pp.
Illustrations: Arthur Goodall Wavell.
Maps: (1) location of Wavell's Colony from Stephen F. Austin's map printed in
1835. The eastern boundary of Texas according to this map intersects Red River
below the mouth of Sulphur Fork. (2) Wavell's Colony from map printed in 1847.
The boundary line as finally established by the joint commission intersects
Red River above the mouth of Sulphur Fork. The portion of Wavell's grant lying
outside Texas and therefore lost to him is shaded.
Tables: genealogical table of Wavell family from sixteenth century to the present.
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