The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 62, July 1958 - April, 1959 Page: 9
NUMBER 1: JULY, 1958
THE TEXAN OF 1860 Llerena B. Friend 1
A TEXAS EXPEDITION INTO MEXICO, 1840 David M. Vigness 18
SAM HOUSTON AND THE TEXAS WAR FEVER,
MARCH-AUGUST, 1842 Harry A. Galley, Jr. 29
SECULAR LIFE IN THE SAN ANTONIO MISSIONS Billie Persons 45
NOTES AND DOCUMENTS:
JOHANNES SWENSON'S A JOURNEY TO TEXAS
IN 1867 Translated and edited by Carl T. Wid6n 63
DR. FERDINAND ROEMER'S ACCOUNT OF THE
LLANO-SAN SABA 'COUNTRY
Translated and edited by Rudolph L. Biesele 71
ACCOUNT OF THE JOURNEY OF B.NARD DE LA HARPE:
DISCOVERY MADE BY HIM OF SEVERAL NATIONS
SITUATED IN THE WEST
Translated and annotated by Ralph A. Smith 75
AFFAIRS OF THE ASSOCIATION 87
TEXAS COLLECTION H. Bailey Carroll 0o6
BOOK REVIEWS: Carver, Brann and the Iconoclast; How-
ard, Big D Is for Dallas; Taylor (trans. and ed.), Let-
ters of Antonio Martinez, Last Spanish Governor of
Texas, 1817-1822; Rubin and Kilpatrick (eds.), The
Lasting South: Fourteen Southerners Look at Their
Home; Wyman and Kroeber (eds.), The Frontier in
Perspective; Malin, The Contriving Brain and the
Skillful Hand in the United States: Something about
History and Philosophy of History; Noland (Worley
and Nolte, eds.), Pete Whetstone of Devil's Fork:
Letters to the Spirit of the Times; Hasskarl, Brenham,
Texas, 1844-1958 122
BOOK NOTES 18
CONTRIBUTORS 1 9
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