The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 66, July 1962 - April, 1963 Page: 614

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CoHtribHtors
R. HENDERSON SHUFFLER, "Decimus et Ulitmas Barziza," re-
ceived his B. A. degree from Texas Agricultural and Mechanical
College and is now Director of the Texana Program, Humanities
Research Center, at the University of Texas. Shuffler has been a
frequent contributor to the Quarterly.
ODIE FAULK, "A Description of Texas in 1803," is the subject
of an editorial note on p. 513.
NORMAN B. FERRIS, "The Diary of Morris J. Snedaker, 1855-
1856," is an assistant professor of history at Middle Tennessee
State College and a great-grandson of Morris J. Snedaker.
FORD DIXON, "Cayton Erhard's Reminiscences of the Texan
Santa Fe Expedition, 1841," received his B. A. in January, 1962,
from the University of Texas, where he is currently a graduate
student in English.
HENRY P. WALKER, "William McLane's Narrative of the Magee-
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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