The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 63, July 1959 - April, 1960 Page: 493
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of Texas. He has been a professional newspaperman since 1954,
when he became managing editor of the Commerce Daily Jour-
nal, and has successfully combined his vocational activities with
a serious interest in the history of Texas newspapers and the Civil
War. Another of his articles, "The Texas Road to Secession and
War: John M. Marshall and the Texas State Gazette," appeared in
the Quarterly (October, 1958). He now holds the position of
state editor for the Brownwood Bulletin.
WILBUR S. SHEPPERSON, "Some Plans for British Immigration
to Texas in 1849 and 1850," is presently an associate professor in
the department of history of the University of Nevada. He re-
ceived his Ph.D. from Western Reserve University, Cleveland,
Ohio, in 1951, and served in the Historical Policy Research Divi-
sion of the State Department. One of his books, The Promotion
of British Emigration by Agents for American Lands, 184o-186o,
was reviewed in the October, 1956, issue of the Quarterly.
WILLARD E. WIGHT, "A Letter of the Bishop of Galveston,
1861," is a member of the department of history at Georgia In-
stitute of Technology. "A Letter from the Texas Secession Con-
vention," which he edited, was published in the Quarterly (Octo-
WALTER E. GROVER, "Stephen F. Austin-Charles G. Sayre Cor-
respondence," is a distinguished local historian of Galveston and
is the son of George W. Grover of the Texan Santa F6 Expedition.
LLERENA FRIEND, "Thomas W. Bell Letters," is the librarian of
the University of Texas Eugene C. Barker Texas History Center.
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