The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 70, July 1966 - April, 1967 Page: 12
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NUMBER 4: APRIL, 11967
THE KGC IN TEXAS, 1860-1861 Roy Sylvan Dunn 543
THE CALLAHAN EXPEDITION OF 1855:
INDIANS OR NEGROES? Ronnie C. Tyler 574
TEXAs REDSKINS IN CONFEDERATE GRAY Howard N. Martin 586
NOTES AND DOCUMENTS:
ACROSS TEXAS IN 1767: THE TRAVELS
OF CAPTAIN PAGES
Edited by Marilyn McAdams Sibley 593
RECORDS OF THE CONFEDERATE MILITARY
COMMISSION IN SAN ANTONIO,
JULY 2-OCTOBER 10, 1862 Edited by Alwyn Barr 623
TEXAS COLLECTION Joe B. Frantz 645
BOOK REVIEWS: Hundley, Dividing the Waters: A Century
of Controversy Between the United States and Mexi-
co; Caponigri (trans.), Major Trends in Mexican Phi-
losophy; Winfrey and Day (eds.), The Indian Papers
of Texas and the Southwest, 1825-1916; Conger et al.,
Frontier Forts of Texas; Braddy, Pershing's Mission in
Mexico; Anderson (ed.), Tales of Frontier Texas, 183o-
z86o; Clayton, Notes on Some Phases of Cotton Oper-
ations, 1905-1929; Fleming, Growth of the Business of
Anderson, Clayton i& Co.; Spencer, Green Russell and
Gold; Van Orman, A Room for the Night: Hotels of
the Old West; St. Clair, A History of Hopkins County,
Texas; Beitz, Treasury of Frontier Relics: A Collector's
Guide; Renner, Charles M. Russell: Paintings, Draw-
ings, and Sculpture in the Amon G. Carter Collection 664
BOOK NOTES 684
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