The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 70, July 1966 - April, 1967 Page: 689
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Book Notes 689
is a source of information for one who knows what he is seek-
ing. Consequently, accuracy and reliability are of first import-
ance. Colonel Simpson, having the work of Lester N. Fitzhugh
and other contemporary investigators against which to check the
Wright materials, rates them highly. The accuracy and reliability
of the colonel's own notes are those of the Handbook of Texas and
similar encyclopedic sources, in which compression often makes
information misleading even when the specific data are factual.
Midwestern University HENRY W. BARTON
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