The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 56, July 1952 - April, 1953 Page: 70
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Southwestern Historical Quarterly
Camp Hudson, Camp Wood, Fort Quitman, and Fort Stockton. Appendix includes
commanders of the Department of Texas, 1848-1861.
TZ927/B275. MIL., ST., FRON.
BARTHOLOMAE, EDGAR WILLIAM - M.A., August, 1925 
A Translation of H. Ehrenberg's Fahrten und Schicksale eines
Deutschen in Texas, with Introduction and Notes. vii+38o pp.
Contents: Preceding the translation is a short biography of Ehrenberg who came
to Texas with the New Orleans Greys, took part in the capture of Bexar in 1835,
was one of the few to escape the massacre at Goliad, and was later captured by
General Jos6 Urrea. His experiences and adventures, written in German, were
published under three titles: Texas und Seine Revolution (1843), Der Freiheits-
kampf in Texas in Jahre 1836 (1844), and Fahrten und Schicksale eines Deutschen
in Texas (1845)
Tx925/B283. Blo., REV., MIL.
BASS, STIRLING WESLEY - M.A., June, 1931 
The History of Kleberg County. v+261 pp.
Illustrations: Captain Richard King; R. J. Kleberg; King's Inn, first hotel in
Kingsville; dairy barn interior, Santa Gertrudis Dairy; original Santa Gertrudis
ranch house destroyed by fire in 1912; Mrs. H. M. King's palatial ranch home;
street scene in Riviera, looking west, in early days of town; the first store in
Riviera; Robert Justus Kleberg, for whom county was named.
Maps: soil map of Kleberg County.
Tables: acquisition of lands in Kleberg County; graph showing acquisition of
lands in Kleberg County by the King Ranch from 1854 to 19o4; property
owned by Captain Richard King at time of his death as given by the
appraisers when his will was probated in April, 1885; property valuations in
Kleberg County, 1913-1930; annual precipitation at Laredo, 1887-1907.
Contents: Six chapters contain geography of Kleberg County; pre-Anglo-Amer-
ican period-first Europeans in county, reason for early isolation, first inhabitants,
early grants; King Ranch-Richard M. King, acquisition of land, Henrietta M.
King, Robert Justus Kleberg, Robert J. Kleberg, operation of ranch to the present;
communities of Kleberg County-Kingsville, Riviera, Riviera Beach, Vattman, Baf-
fin Bay, and Ricardo; Kleberg County since its organization.
Tz93r/B293. S. TEx., G. C., GEO., RANCH., Co. His.
BATSON, JAMES EDWARD - M.A., August, 1928 
The Beginnings of Kerr County, Texas. v+ 173 pp.
Maps: Texas, published in 1847 by C. S. Williams.
Contents: Deals with development of county through the Civil War. Topics in-
clude geography and topography of Kerr County region; historical background-
early explorers, Indians, causes of immigration, evolution of region to 1856;
creation of Kerr County, its development to 1862, and creation of Kendall County;
Texas Ranger forces and Indian depredations; Civil War. Appendix includes a
list of men who rendered property in Kerr County in 186o, contract between
Republic of Texas and Alex Bourgeois d'Orvanne and Armand Ducos, 1842;
muster roll of Captain John W. Sansom's company of mounted Texas Rangers,
1856; list of men entering Civil War from precinct 2, Kerr County; list of county
TI928/B321. W. TEX., EDw. P., TEX. RANG., IND., C. W., Co. HIs., GEO.
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