The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 56, July 1952 - April, 1953 Page: 68
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Southwestern Historical Quarterly
grades of non-commissioned officers; age distribution for Texas Negroes; number
and per cent of disablement; miscellaneous facts about the wounded and gassed;
facts on dishonorable discharge of Texas Negroes; comparison of dishonorable
discharges of white and colored enlisted men of Texas; comparison by color of
desertions of non-commissioned officers and privates of Texas; reported desertions
of registrants by color; lynchings in 1918.
Contents: An account of the participation of Negroes in World War I and the
effects of this participation on the Negro. Wartime activities of negro civilians as
well as soldiers are included. Appendices contain number of Negroes inducted
into military service by counties and list of combat troops in which Texas negro
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BARFOOT, JESSIE LAURIE - M.A., August, 1937 [ 13
A History of McCulloch County. x+ 165 pp.
Illustrations: Waldrip bridge after flood, 1936; Stacy bridge; Milburn bridge;
Voca bridge; Camp San Saba bridge; bridge near Winchell; Parker home, Milburn;
Beasley home, Milburn; courthouse, 1879; present courthouse; McCulloch County
jail; Voca rock house, 1876; old Dusty School; old Brown School; Brady Central
Ward School; Brady High School; Brady Junior High School; Camp San Saba,
186o, 1875, 1887, 1924; Masonic hall; grave of Benjamin P. Smith; two views of
old Turner home; Calf Creek School; Rochelle School; Fairview School; Martin
School; Rochelle School; Lost Creek School; Cowboy Creek School; Milburn School;
Mercury School; Ledbetter School; Lohn School; Fife School; Waldrip School;
Stacy School; Pear Valley School; Melvin School; Harkrider School; Hanson School;
East Sweden School; two Cow Creek schools; Broadmoor School; two views of Doole
School; Dodge School; Marion School; Davis School; Salt Gap School; Placid
School; Whiteland School; Whiteland Mexican School; Dutton School; Bowie
battlefield monument; Voca High School.
Maps: (1) highway and railroad locations through McCulloch County; (2) loca-
tion of public schools of McCulloch County; (3) cities and towns of McCulloch
Contents: Six chapters consist of physical characteristics of McCulloch County;
history of county, 1843-1876, including Fisher-Miller grant, German Emigration
Company, creation of county in 1856, establishment of Camp San Saba, and early
county officials; development of county, 1876-1900; growth of county since 19oo;
development of schools; and development of communities of Brady, Voca, Camp
San Saba, Milburn, Round Mountain, Cowboy, Waldrip, Fife, Stacy, Rochelle,
Lohn, Calf Creek, Nine, Salt Gap, East Sweden, West Sweden, Placid, Mercury,
Melvin, Pear Valley, Doole, Dodge, Whiteland, and Marco.
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BARKER, BERNICE - M.A., August, 1929 [141
The Texan Expedition to the Rio Grande in 1842. iv+--13 pp.
Contents: Nine chapters include developments in Texas, 1836-1841; the general
situation in 1842; General Alexander Somervell's expedition to the Rio Grande;
the battle of Mier and surrender; the journey to and break at Salado; recapture
and journey to Perote; Mier prisoners at Perote; the Texan government and the
Mier prisoners; and results of the expedition.
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