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J. C. KOEN. George Webb Slaughter [1811-95]. West Tex. Hist. Assoc.
yr. bk., 28: 1o8-i2. notes. On his life as a cattleman and a Baptist
minister in Texas, especially Palo Pinto County, 1839-95.
HOWARD LACKMAN. The Howard-Neighbors controversy: a cross-
section in West Texas Indian affairs. Panhandle-Plains hist. rev.,
25:29-44. notes. On the conflicting policies of Robert S. Neighbors
(Democrat) and George Thomas Howard (Whig), Indian agents,
T. R. HAVINS. Texas sheep boom [1850-90o]. West Tex. Hist. Assoc.
yr. bk., 28:3-17. notes.
WILL F. NAEGELIN. Biographical sketch of Henry Vonflie [born 1849],
a Medina County pioneer. Frontier times, 29:319-23 (Aug). On his
life in Texas as a freighter and a farmer, 1850-1936.
HEINRICH JOSEPH SCHWETHELM. The story of the Nueces massacre.
Frontier times, 29:337-45 (Sep). Reminiscences (1923) of service in
Texas as a Ranger and a Union soldier, 1857-77.
EDWIN ROBERT BOGUSCH. Brush invasion in the Rio Grande plain
of Texas. Tex. jour. sci., 4:85-91 (Mar). bibliog. On the occupation
of former grasslands between the Nueces and the Rio Grande by
mesquite, cacti, etc., since 186o.
D. W. WALLACE. D. W. Wallace ("80 John") [born 1860]: a Negro
cattleman on the Texas frontier. Contributed by R. C. Crane. West
Tex. Hist. Assoc. yr. bk., 28:113-18. Reminiscences (1934) of the
author's life as a rancher in Coleman County, Mitchell County, and
CHARLES A. HERFF. San Antonio Vigilantes hanged ten in one day.
Frontier times, 29:162-6 (Mar). Eye-witness account of the lynching
of Bob Augustin, ca. 1863.
BERTA HART NANCE. D[rury] A[llen] Nance and the Tonkawa In-
dians [Ft. Griffin, Young Co., Tex., 1868]. West Tex. Hist. Assoc.
yr. bk., 28:87-95. notes.
WALTER HARPER. My personal experience of a trip through West
Texas in 186o [i. e. 1869]. Frontier times, 29:146-8 (Feb).
JAMES T. PADGITT. Early day Coleman [1876-1goo]. West Tex. Hist.
Assoc. yr. bk., 28:81-6.
DICK REAVIS. The Western Cattle Trail in Coleman County [1876-95].
West Tex. Hist. Assoc. yr. bk., 28:96-107. notes.
NELLIE (WITT) SPIKES &g TEMPLE ANN ELLIS. Through the years:
a history of Crosby County, Texas [1876-1952]. San Antonio: Naylor
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