The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 62, July 1958 - April, 1959 Page: 409

Book Notes 409
Book Notes
Texas History Carved in Stone, by William Moses Jones, will
no doubt prove to be a valuable addition to the shelf of Texas
guide books. As the writer points out, the publication is, in fact,
the culmination and climax of decades of study and travel to the
museums and the more than fourteen hundred monuments cata-
logued herein. Tourists, genealogists, and teachers and students
will assuredly find the book a helpful tool.

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