The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 60, July 1956 - April, 1957 Page: 10
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NUMBER 2: OCTOBER, 1956
THE EDUCATION OF JOHN A. LOMAX Maude Houston 201
EARLY TEXAS INNS: A STUDY IN
SOCIAL RELATIONSHIPS Ellen Garwood 219
AGITATION IN TEXAS FOR
REOPENING THE SLAVE TRADE Earl W. Fornell 245
DIARY OF PEDRO JOSE DE LA FUENTE,
CAPTAIN OF THE PRESIDIO OF EL
PASO DEL NORTE, JANUARY-JULY, 1765
Translated and edited by James M. Daniel 26o
NOTES AND DOCUMENTS:
NOTES ON FRONTIER EDITORS
AND NEWSPAPERS Eddie Weems 282
A LETTER FROM THE TEXAS SECESSION
CONVENTION Edited by Willard E. Wight 289
CALENDAR OF THE LETTERS OF ANTONIO MARTINEZ,
LAST SPANISH GOVERNOR OF TEXAS, 1817-1822
Translated and edited by Virginia H. Taylor 292
TEXAS COLLECTION H. Bailey Carroll 306
BOOK REVIEWS: Carter, Masonry in Texas: Background,
History, and Influence to 1846; Shackford, David
Crockett, the Man and the Legend; Spratt, The
Road to Spindletop; Stephenson, The South Lives
in History: Southern Historians and Their Legacy;
Carter (comp. and ed.), The Territorial Papers of
the United States: The Territory of Arkansas, 1829-
1836; Hidy and Hidy, Pioneering in Big Business,
1882-191z; Blegen, Land of Their Choice; Martin,
A Sketch of Sam Bass; Davis and Hogan, The Barber
of Natchez; Huson, Refugio: A Comprehensive His-
tory of Refugio County from Aboriginal Times to
1955. Volume II, Secession to z955; Shepperson,
The Promotion of British Emigration by Agents for
American Lands, 184o-186o; Ransleben, A Hundred
Years of Comfort in Texas: A Centennial History 318
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