The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 68, July 1964 - April, 1965 Page: 136
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136 Southwestern Historical Quarterly
of the United States Army, and not with General William M.
Wilkinson, as related on page 46. There are several misspelled
words that the generous reader can accept without frustration.
Those interested in the settlement and development of Texas
will find much of interest and value in Sowell's book. By issuing
this complete reprint, W. M. Morrison again has made available
a book that is a substantial contribution to the historical litera-
ture of the coastal region of Texas in the nineteenth century.
FORREST E. WARD
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