The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 58, July 1954 - April, 1955 Page: 249
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A Check List of heses aild
Dissertations in .e as I0stor
Compiled and edited by C LA U DE ELLIO T T
[The following bibliography is a continuation of the check list of
theses and dissertations in Texas history produced in the Department
of History of eighteen Texas Graduate Schools and thirty-three Grad-
uate Schools outside of Texas from 1907 to 1952, the first three sections
of which appeared in the January, April, and July, 1954, numbers of
MCCAIN, CLARA ERNESTINE - M.Ed., 1946 
Schools of Baylor University in Dallas. 84 pp.
Southern Methodist University, Dallas, Texas
Tables: organization plan showing lines of authority.
Contents: Such topics as the following are discussed: origin and development of
the Baylor University College of Medicine-Department of Medicine, University of
Dallas, 1900-1903, under protectorate of Baylor, 1903-1919, integral unit of Baylor,
1919-1945; Baylor University School of Pharmacy; Baylor University College of
Dentistry-State Dental College, 1905-1918, Baylor University College of Dentistry,
1918-1945; survey of origin and development of the Baylor University School of
Nursing-Texas Baptist Training School, 1gog-192o; Baylor University School of
Nursing, 1920-1945; Appendix lists the deans of the Baylor University College of
Ed., Loc., St., noth C., Med., Inst.
MCCARTY, JOHN LAWTON - M.A., August, 1945 
The History of Tascosa, Texas. iii+286 pp.
West Texas State College, Canyon, Texas
Contents: Fifteen chapters tell the story of Tascosa-a camping place for Indians
and explorers, a Comanchero trading point, part of a group of Mexican pastoral
settlements, an open range trading center, the legal capital of ten counties of a
cattle empire, a railroad boom town, and finally the home of a group of Mexicans
and Americans who opposed the big ranchers; Canadian River and the Canadian
River Valley; Indians-Comanches; buffalo hunting; outlaws-Sostenes Archiveque
and William Bonney (Billy the Kid); ranches-LIT, LX, LE, LS, XIT, Frying Pan,
TS (Torey brand), Turkey Track; mail line from Mobeetie to Fort Bascom, New
Mexico, dangers of the route; organization of the Panhandle Cattlemen's Associa-
tion; organization of Oldham County; Tascosa's Boothill; cowboy strike; mavericking
and its development, rustling and "sleepering"; Pat Garrett and the Home Rangers;
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