The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 62, July 1958 - April, 1959 Page: 267
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On the Taovayas, a tribe of the Wichita branch of the Caddo Indians,
near the junction of the Wichita and Red Rivers, since 172o.
ALBERT WOLDERT. Relics of possible Indian battle in Wood County,
Texas [I8th century]. Southw. hist. quar., 55:484-9 (Apr). map, view.
CHARLES A. BACARISSE. The Texas gazette, 1829-1831. Southw. hist.
quar., 56:239-53 (Oct). notes. On a newspaper published by Godwin
B. Cotten at San Felipe de Austin.
ANDREW DAVIS. Hunting in the 183o's. Frontier times, 29:113-16 (Jan).
Reminiscences of southeast Texas.
JOHN MARVIN HUNTER, SR. The heroism of Adam Lawrence. Frontier
times, 29:143-5 (Feb). On his escape from Comanche Indians on the
Trinity River, 1832.
HATTIE (JOPLIN) ROACH. The hills of Cherokee: ... historical sketches
of life in Cherokee County, Texas [1832-1952. Rusk? Tex., 1952].
viii, 216 p. facsims., fold. map, ports., views. bibliog. (p. 21o).
HARRY MCCORRY HENDERSON. The surveyors fight. Southw. hist. quar.,
56:25-35 (Jul). notes. On an attack by Indians upon a surveying
party including William F. Henderson in present Navarro County,
THOMAS HERBERT ETZLER. The Dallas Texas Volksblatt [1877-89]:
a contribution to the history of German newspapers in Texas [1846-
1949]. Ohio State Univ., Abstracts of dissert., 62:77-83.
ANNIE (JENKINS) SALLEE. A friend of God: highlights in the life of
Judge W[arrick] H[oxie] Jenkins [1847-1933], outstanding Christian
layman of Texas. San Antonio: Naylor Co. . xi. 127 p. coat of
arms, facsims., geneal. chart, ports., views. On his life in and near
Waco as a Baptist layman. By his daughter, with her reminiscences.
Includes an account by him of the action at Mansfield, La., 8 Apr.
HARRY RANSOM. Sherman Goodwin-Texas physician, 1814-1884.
Southw. hist. quar., 55:325-40 (Jan). On his life in Victoria, Tex.,
1849-84, as recorded in his diary; with aphoristic excerpts.
MABELLE (UMLAND) PURCELL. Two Texas female Seminaries. Wichita
Falls, Tex.: University Press, Mid-western Univ. [1951?]. xvi, 288 p.
facsims., ports., views. bibliog. (p. 273-7). On Live Oak Female
Seminary, Gay Hill (founded 1853), and Stuart Female Seminary,
Austin (founded 1876), both Presbyterian; with some account of
activities of the Red family and the Purcell family.
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