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WILLIAM R. GEISE, "Missouri's Confederate Capital in Texas,"
is a graduate student in history at the University of Texas. He is
a retired Air Force officer and a 1957 graduate of the University
RALPH A. WOOSTER, "Foreigners in Principal Towns of Ante-
Bellum Texas," is an associate professor of history at Lamar State
College of Technology. He is the author of The Secession Con-
ventions of the South which was published earlier this year by
the Princeton University Press.
THOMAS L. MILLER, "Texas Bounty Land Grants, 1835-1888,"
is an associate professor of history at the Agricultural and Me-
chanical College of Texas.
HENRY P. WALKER, "William McLane's Narrative of the Ma-
gee-Guiterrez Expedition, 1812-1813," is a graduate student at
the University of Colorado. He edited the narrative as his thesis
for the M.A. degree at Texas Western College.
MARILYN MCADAMS SIBLEY, "Letters from Sam Houston to Al-
bert Sidney Johnston, 1836-1837," received an M.A. from the
University of Houston and is now a graduate student at Rice
CHARLES WYNES, "Lewis Harvie Blair: Texas Travels, 1851-
1855," is an assistant professor of history at the University of
Georgia and the author of Race Relations in Virginia, 187o-1902.
JAMES M. DAY, "The Map Collection of the Texas State Ar-
chives, 1888-1900oo," is director of the Archives Division of the
Texas State Library.
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