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ANNE A. BRINDLEY. Jane Long. Southw. hist. quar., 56: 211-38 (Oct).
On Jane Herbert (Wilkinson) Long (1798-1882), wife of Dr. James
Long (died 1822) and her life in Texas after 1819.
ARTHUR CONSTANT BURNETT. Yankees in the Republic of Texas: some
notes on their origin and impact. Houston, Texas.: Anson Jones
Press for the Harris County Historical Soc. . viii, 62  p.
Biographical dictionary of New Englanders and New Yorkers arriving
in Texas between 1820o and 1845-
RUTH G. NICHOLS. Samuel May Williams [1795-1858]. Southw. hist.
quar., 56:189-210o (Oct). notes. On his life in Texas as merchant, land
recorder and speculator, and banker, 1822-58.
JOHN MARVIN HUNTER, SR. Free Masons died in the Alamo. Frontier
times, 29:294-7 (Jul.). On Freemasonry in Texas, 1827-37.
MAUDE WALLIS TRAYLOR. Benjamin Franklin Highsmith [1817-1905].
Frontier times, 29: 181-9 (Apr.). On his life as an Indian-fighter,
soldier, and Ranger in Texas, 1831-47.
JOE B. FRANTZ. The mercantile house of McKinney & Williams, un-
derwriters of the Texas Revolution. Bus. Hist. Soc., Bul., 26:1-18
(Mar). notes. Activities of Thomas F. McKinney and Samuel May
WILLIAM CAMPBELL BINKLEY. The Texas Revolution [1835-36]. Ba-
ton Rouge: Louisiana State Univ. Press . viii, , 131, 
p. (The Walter Lynwood Fleming lectures in Southern history,
Louisiana State Univ.)
JOHN MARVIN HUNTER, SR. First postal system in the Republic of
Texas [1835-43]. Frontier times, 29:244-7 (Jun).
JOSEPH LEACH. The typical Texan: biography of an American myth.
Dallas: Southern Methodist Univ. Press, 1952. xiii, 178,  p. car-
toons, views. bibliog. (p. 155-69), notes (p. 147-54). Based on thesis
-Yale. Lore collected mainly from plays, novels, comic almanacs, and
travel literature, 1835-60.
ANDREW FOREST MUIR. Thomas Jefferson Ewing [1810/11-1870]:
Texas ward politicians. Brownwood [Tex.], 1952. 17 p. notes. On his
life in Bastrop, Washington, and Harris Counties and in Houston,
1837-70, his estate, and his family.
HERBERT GAMBRELL. Anson Jones. Am. heritage, 4 (no. 1):22-3, 62
(fall). facsim., port. On his career in Texas politics, 1838-45.
CLAUDE A. BEESLEY. The Episcopal Church in northern Texas [from
1839] until 1895. Wichita Falls, 1952. , 65 P-
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