The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 66, July 1962 - April, 1963 Page: 500

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SAM ACHESON, "George Washington Diamond's Account of the
Great Hanging at Gainesville, 1862," is a member of the editorial
staff of the Dallas News, and author of 35,ooo Days in Texas and
Joe Bailey, The Last Democrat.
JULIE ANN HUDSON O'CONNELL, "George Washington Dia-
mond's Account of the Great Hanging at Gainesville, 1862," is
an Association member from Dallas and a great-great-granddaugh-
ter of George Washington Diamond.
B. C. THARP, "After Thirty Years: Comments on Changes in
the Red River: 1923-1953," is professor emeritus of botany at
the University of Texas.
FORD DIXON, "Cayton Erhard's Reminiscences of the Texan
Santa Fe Expedition, 1841," is a graduate student in English at
the University of Texas, where he received his B. A. in January,
1962.
HENRY P. WALKER, "William McLane's Narrative of the Ma-
gee-Gutierrez Expedition, 1812-1813," received his M. A. at Texas
Western College in 1961 and is presently a graduate student at
the University of Colorado.

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