The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 62, July 1958 - April, 1959 Page: 358
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NUMBER 3: JANUARY, 1959
THE PROBLEM OF COMMAND IN THE ARMY
OF THE REPUBLIC Henry W. Barton 299
INTELLECTUAL CLIMATE OF HOUSTON DURING THE PERIOD
OF THE REPUBLIC Andrew Forest Muir 312
ANALYSIS OF THE MEMBERSHIP OF THE TEXAS
SECESSION CONVENTION Ralph A. Wooster 322
HORACE M. HALL'S LETTERS FROM GILLESPIE
COUNTY, TEXAS, 1871-1873 Edited by Joseph S. Hall 336
RED RIVER BOUNDARY CONTROVERSY Monroe Billington 356
NOTES AND DOCUMENTS:
PARKER COUNTY CATTLE TRAILS Fred -R. Cotten 364
CONTEMPORARY COMMENTS ON TEXAS, 1844-1847
Edited by Nell Mick Pugh 367
ACCOUNT OF THE JOURNEY OF BNARD DE LA HARPE:
DISCOVERY MADE BY HIM OF SEVERAL NATIONS
SITUATED IN THE WEST
Translated and annotated by Ralph A. Smith 371
TEXAS COLLECTION H. Bailey Carroll 386
BOOK REVIEWS: Havins, Something About Brown: A His-
tory of Brown County, Texas; Tinkle, Thirteen Days
to Glory; Boatright, Hudson, and Maxwell (eds.),
Madstones and Twisters; Spencer, Gold Country,
BOOK NOTES 409
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