The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 65, July 1961 - April, 1962 Page: 290
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g29 Southwestern Historical Quarterly
phlet entitled, "The Santa Fe Gazette vs. the citizens of Dona Ana
County," which is reproduced in full. This long obscured doc-
ument, with Rittenhouse's comments on it, show the tensions
created, the effect of the fortunes of war upon the attitudes of
influential individuals, and the bitterness left in the aftermath of
The Stagecoach Press has "scored" again in its contribution to
Texas history, for it should be remembered that the troops in
Sibley's Brigade were as much Texan and fought as hard as any
of those in Hood's Texas Brigade, Terry's Texas Rangers, or any
of the other more well-known Texas units.
DAVID B. GRACY
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