The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 62, July 1958 - April, 1959 Page: 274
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Southwestern Historical Quarterly
The Mexican Side of the Texas Revolution. Dallas (P. L. Turner
(Trans. and ed.), Juan Agustin Morfi: History of Texas, 1673-
1779, with an introduction and biographical sketch of Morfi.
Albuquerque (The Quivira Society), 1935. 2 vols.
(ed.), Historia de Todos los Colegios de Mexico desde la Con-
quista hasta 178o. Mexico (Talleres Graficos de la Nacion),
Our Catholic Heritage in Texas, 1519-1936. Austin (Von Boeck-
mann-Jones Company). 6 vols.
Vol. I. The Finding of Texas (1936).
Vol. II. The Winning of Texas (1936).
Vol. III. The Missions at Work (1938).
Vol. IV. The Passing of the Missions (1939).
Vol. V. The End of the Spanish Regime (1942).
Vol. VI. The Fight for Freedom (1950).
A Report on the Spanish Archives in San Antonio, Texas. San
Antonio (Yanaguana Society), 1937-
(With Early Martin, Jr.), Three Manuscript Maps of Texas by
Stephen F. Austin. Austin (Privately printed), 1930.
For his many distinguished contributions in the fields of edu-
cation, writing, and history, Dr. Castafieda received wide recogni-
tion and well-deserved honors. On the state level he was elected
a member of the Texas Institute of Letters and the Texas Philo-
sophical Society, a fellow of the Texas State Historical Association,
and historiographer of the Knights of Columbus Historical Com-
mission. National honors included membership in Phi Beta
Kappa, Sigma Delta Pi, and the Academy of American Franciscan
History of Washington, D. C. He was also elected corresponding
member of the Hispanic Society of America, president (1939-
1940) of the American Catholic Historical Society, executive
secretary of the Southwestern Committee on Latin American
Studies, contributing editor to the Handbook of Latin American
Studies, delegate to the Institute of Foreign Affairs of the Univer-
sity of Virginia, delegate to the First Congress of Historians of the
United States and Mexico (served as general rapporteur), delegate
to the First Congress of Philosophy in Mendoza, Argentina (1948).
On the international level, Dr. Castafieda was elected correspond-
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