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1861," is a lecturer in history in William Marsh Rice University
and associate editor of the Journal of Southern History.
ALLEN W. JONES, "Military Events in Texas during the Civil
War, 1861-1865," is an assistant professor of history at the Univer-
sity of Alabama Montgomery Center, where he is presently com-
pleting work on the Ph.D. degree.
LEO M. KAISER, "Stephen F. Austin's Oration of July 4, 1818:
Early Commentary on the American Frontier," is an associate pro-
fessor in Loyola University.
ROGER N. CONGER, "The Emigration of the N. H. Conger
Family from Oneida, Illinois, to Waco, Texas, in 1870," has de-
voted many years to the study and research of Waco and McLen-
nan County history. He has published numerous articles in the
Quarterly and other periodicals, and his books include Highlights
of Waco History (1945), A Century of Fraternity, Memorial His-
tory of Waco Lodge No. 92, A. F. & A. M. (1952), Historic Log
Cabins of McLennan County, Texas (1954), and A Memorial
History of the First Presbyterian Church of Waco (1955).
BOYCE HOUSE, "An Incident at Velasco, 1832," one of Texas'
most prolific writers, has published some seventeen books, plus
voluminous newspaper writing and many articles in such journals
as the Quarterly, Nebraska History, Southwest Review, Saturday
Evening Post, and the like. His column, "I Give You Texas,"
appears in 13o Texas newspapers.
JAY W. SHARP, "A Collection of Printed Maps of Texas, 1835-
1951, in the Eugene C. Barker Texas History Center," is a former
graduate of the University of Texas, and presently he is employed
as a technical writer by the R. G. LeTourneau Company.
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