The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 66, July 1962 - April, 1963 Page: 10
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NUMBER 2: OCTOBER, 1962
MISSOURI'S CONFEDERATE CAPITAL IN
MARSHALL, TEXAS William R. Geise i93
FOREIGNERS IN THE PRINCIPAL TOWNS OF
ANTE-BELLUM TEXAS Ralph A. Wooster 208
TEXAS BOUNTY LAND GRANTS, 1835-1888 Thomas L. Miller 221
NOTES AND DOCUMENTS:
WILLIAM MCLANE'S NARRATIVE OF THE
MAGEE-GUTIERREZ EXPEDITION, 1812-1813
Edited by Henry P. Walker 234
LETTERS FROM SAM HOUSTON TO
ALBERT SIDNEY JOHNSTON, 1836-1837
Edited by Marilyn McAdams Sibley 252
LEWIS HARVIE BLAIR: TEXAS TRAVELS, 1851-1855
Edited by Charles E. Wynes 262
THE MAP COLLECTION OF THE TEXAS STATE
ARCHIVES, 1888-190o Compiled by James M. Day
and Ann B. Dunlap 271
TEXAS COLLECTION H. Bailey Carroll 304
BOOK REVIEWS: Winfrey (ed.), Texas Indian Papers,
1844-1845; Hathcock, True Stories of Little Dixie;
Ashcraft, Texas in the Civil War: A Rdsumd History;
Boatright, Hudson, and Maxwell (eds.), The Golden
Log; LeFevre, Concho County History, 1858-1958;
Burkhalter, A Seth Eastman Sketchbook, 1848-1849;
Jeffries, Terry's Rangers; Daly and Reumert, The
Padre Island Story; Sheffy, A Compilation of Articles
Published 9go9-i936 By L. F. Shelfy 313
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