The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 62, July 1958 - April, 1959 Page: 265
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PAUL Y. VINCENT. Grazing on the Texas national forests [1937-471.
Jour. forestry, 50:214-15 (Mar).
ROBERT L. SKRABANEK. Recent population trends in Texas [1940-50].
Tex. jour. sci., 4:407-12 (Sept). diagr., map.
R. LEE CLARK, JR., & ELEANOR J. MACDONALD. The University of
Texas, M. D. Anderson Hospital for Cancer Research [1941-49].
Med. woman's jour., 56 (no. 8) :34-7, 42 (Aug 1949).
JOHN W. SIMPSON & LEO J. GEPPERT. The responsibility of the obste-
trician to the fetus. 1. An analysis of fetal and neonatal mortality
in lo,ooo deliveries [Brooke Army Hospital, Tex., 1945-50]. Am.
jour. obstetrics and gynecol., 62:1062-70 (Nov 1951). diagr., tables.
THE GULF COAST
W. L. ATWOOD. Three sites near Baytown [Tex.]. Tex. Archeol. and
Paleontol. Soc., Bul., 23:303-9. map, views.
THOMAS NOLAN CAMPBELL. The Kent-Crane site: a shell midden
on the Texas coast [Aransas County]. Tex. Archeol. and Paleontol.
Soc., Bul., 23:39-77. map, views. notes.
ANDRiE F. SJOBERG. The Bidai Indians of southeastern Texas [1691-
1859]. Southw. jour anthrop., 7:391-400 (winter 1951). notes.
ANDREW FOREST MUIR. The municipality of Harrisburg [mainly in
present Harris County], 1835-1836. Southw. hist. quar., 56:36-50
(Jul) . notes.
ROGER SHELDON. Texas big thicket. Am. forests, 58 (no. 9) :22-4, 46
(Sep). views. Lore about the Big Thicket, a primeval forest and
swamp occupying parts of 7 counties near the Gulf in southeastern
COLEMAN MCCAMPBELL. Texas seaport: the story of the growth of
Corpus Christi and the Coastal Bend Area [1839-1952]. N. Y.: Expo-
sition Press . 305 p. maps (1 fold.), port., views. "Capsule data
on some south Texas counties and their communities" (p. 167-232).
Mrs. VERNON GLASS, SR., comp. Cemetery records: Bayview Cemetery
and Rose Hill Cemetery, Corpus Christi, Texas [1840-1948]. D.A.R.
mag., 86:1057-9 (Oct).
VIOLET HELEN (BIERMAN) THURMAN. "Old Town" Indianola: cattle
folks in Texas. San Antonio: Standard Print. Co., 1952. , 55 P-
ports., views. On a settlement begun in 1840 and destroyed by a hur-
ricane in 1886.
JAMES ANTHONY CLARK 8C M MICHEL T. HALBOUTY. Spindletop.
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