The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 68, July 1964 - April, 1965 Page: 301

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JAMES LEA CATE, "With Henty in Texas: A Tale of a Boy's
Historian," is a native of South Texas, a graduate of the Uni-
versity of Texas, and professor of history at the University of
FRANK H. SMYRL, "Unionism in Texas, 1856-1861," is a mem-
ber of the faculty at San Antonio College, presently on leave for
advanced study at the University of Oklahoma.
C. RICHARD KING, "Sarah Bernhardt in Texas," is an associate
professor at the University of Texas and a frequent contributor
to the Quarterly.
DWIGHT F. HENDERSON, "The Texas Coal Mining Industry,"
is a graduate student in history at the University of Texas.
PIERRE HENRI LAURENT, "Belgium's Relations With Texas and
the United States, 1839-1844," is assistant professor of history at
Sweet Briar College in Virginia.
DAVID B. GRACY, II, "George Washington Littlefield: Portrait
of a Cattleman," is a graduate student at the University of Texas
and the author of a previous article on Littlefield's Civil War
ALLAN C. ASHCRAFT, "Confederate Beef Packing at Jefferson,
Texas," is a member of the history department at Texas A & M

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