The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 70, July 1966 - April, 1967 Page: 351
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addition to the Quarterly, she has contributed articles to the
Journal of Southern History, West Texas Historical Association
Yearbook, and East Texas Historical Journal. This fall the Uni-
versity of Texas Press is publishing her first book, tentatively en-
titled Travelers in Texas, 1761-1860.
AARON M. BOOM, "Texas in the 1850's, as Viewed by a Recent
Arrival," is chairman of the department of history at Memphis
ALWYN BARR, "Records of the Confederate Military Com-
mission in San Antonio," a former editorial assistant of the
Quarterly, is a member of the history faculty of Purdue
GEORGE A. SCHNEIDER, "A Border Incident of 1878 From the
Journal of Captain John S. McNaught," is curator of the Patton
Museum of Cavalry and Armor at Fort Knox, Kentucky, and is a
life member of the Association.
JAMES HOWELL SMITH, "Texas, 1893," is a native Texan on
the staff at Wake Forest College. He attended Baylor University,
Tulane University, and the University of Wisconsin, where he
is completing his Ph.D.
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