The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 61, July 1957 - April, 1958 Page: 430
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430 Southwestern Historical Quarterly
ROGER N. CONGER, "The Tomis de la Vega Eleven-League Grant
on the Brazos," has successfully combined the study of local his-
tory with his career as a business and civic leader of Waco. He has
written a number of articles on the history and archeology of
Central Texas, and he has published two books, Highlights of
Waco History and A Century of Fraternity, a history of Free-
masonry in Waco from 1852 to 1952.
MARTIN HARDWICK HALL, "The Formation of Sibley's Brigade
and the March to New Mexico," is a member of the faculty at
Arkansas State College. He graduated from Louisiana State Uni-
versity in 1956 and did his doctoral dissertation on the Army of
New Mexico in 1862. Other studies by this writer have appeared
in the New Mexico Historical Review and Mid-America.
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