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NUMBER 4: APRIL, 1959

B HALL OF TEXAS

Walter E. Long

THE RENAISSANCE OF THE GALVESTON THEATRE:
HENRY GREENWALL'S FIRST SEASON,
1867-1868 Joseph S. Gallegly

TEXAS' BILL OF RIGHTS
PERSHING'S CHINESE REFUGEES
IN TEXAS I
SANTA ANNA IN TEXAS: A MEXICAN
VIEWPOINT

J. E. Ericson

Edward Eugene Briscoe

James Presley

NOTES AND DOCUMENTS:

A LETTER FROM SAN ANTONIO DE BEXAR
IN 1836 Contributed by Ralph W. Steen
A SETTLER'S REPORT (1836) ON SANTA
ANNA'S DEFEAT AND LAND PROSPECTS
IN TEXAS Edited by Robert Partin
INVENTIONS PATENTED BY TEXANS,
1846-1861 Compiled by Andrew Forest Muir
ACCOUNT OF THE JOURNEY OF BNARD DE LA
HARPE: DISCOVERY MADE BY HIM OF SEVERAL
NATIONS SITUATED IN THE WEST
Translated and annotated by Ralph A. Smith

TEXAS COLLECTION

H. Bailey Carroll

BOOK REVIEWS: Clark, Then Came the Railroads: The
Century from Steam to Diesel in the Southwest; Stam-
baugh, A History of Collin County, Texas; Stevenson,
A Trail to Maiana; Madison and Stillwell, How Come
It's Called That?

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