The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 64, July 1960 - April, 1961 Page: 423
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Book Reviews 423
and accurate discussion of the main events from July 23 to July
27, when the Federals surrendered.
The Stagecoach Press, begun only last June, in Houston, as a
full-time venture, deserves much praise for this handsomely de-
signed third edition of McKee's Narrative. "To make the work
more useful," the editors have added official reports by Union
officers and by the Confederate commander. During its initial
year, the Press expects to bring out ten items, most of them deal-
ing with Texas and New Mexico. If these are as well done and
as valuable as McKee's Narrative, the Stagecoach Press will have
performed a great service not only for historians and collectors
of Texana but for all Texans interested in the history of their state.
STEPHEN B. OATES
University of Texas
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