The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 58, July 1954 - April, 1955 Page: 142
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Southwestern Historical Quarterly
The final chapter discusses the probable future development of the vast
mineral resources of the state.
379N81/No. 1778. Soc. His., Indus., 19th C., 2oth C.
LUNDY, JAMES HARWOOD - M.A., August, 1941 [8347
The History of Jeff Davis County. vii136 pp.
Sul Ross State College, Alpine, Texas
Illustrations: old Fort Davis today; plan of Fort Davis, Texas.
Maps: (1) western portion of Major Emory's map; (2) Texas, 1854.
Tables: livestock production; livestock movement through Valentine, 1933-1940;
crop production and value for Jeff Davis County, 1919 and 1929; two points of
heaviest rainfall in the Big Bend section of Texas; temperature range at Fort Davis,
Texas; daily weather record of Valentine, 1939 and 1940; two-year temperature
record at Valentine; approximate distance along overland mail route from San
Antonio to El Paso; county officers of Presidio County, 1875-1887; county officers
of Jefft Davis County, 1887-1940; dates important to the Big Bend and adjacent
Contents: Six chapters include the Narvez Expedition and Cabeza de Vaca;
Espejo; Indians; Maisquiz Raid; the founding of Fort Davis, its abandonment
during the Civil War, and its reoccupation; early settlers; organization of Jeff
Davis County; the geography and resources of Jeff Davis County; climate;
natural physical features; water sources and principal valleys; principal indus-
tries; flora and fauna; cultural resources; historic backgrounds, establishment, and
activities of old Fort Davis; maintaining health and morale of the troops; trans-
fer to the Confederacy; Indian hostilities during the Civil War period; return
of federal troops; social and cultural institutions; schools; newspapers; Bloys
Camp Meeting; McDonald Observatory; Colonel Grierson; Victorio, Apache chief;
Nicholas, Apache chief. Included in the appendix are stories of the early days
in the Trans-Pecos area.
976.4/Lg72h. Co. His., Soc. His., C. W., Ind., 19th C., 2oth C.
LYNCH, HOWARD W. - M.A., December, 1952 
The Attitude of the United States Towards Texas, 18o3-1845. iii+112
University of Kentucky, Lexington, Kentucky
Contents: Five chapters cover the following topics: the period from the Louisiana
Purchase to the Spanish Treaty, 1803-1819; from the Spanish treaty to Andrew
Jackson's administration, 1819-1829; from 1829 to the Texas Revolution; from
the Revolution to recognition, 1835-1837; from recognition to annexation, 1837-
Dip., Annex., Rep., Rev.
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