The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 74, July 1970 - April, 1971 Page: 564
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Southwestern Historical Quarterly
the tumult surrounding the 1873 victory of Richard Coke over Gov-
ernor E. J. Davis for the Texas governorship.
"Central Texas Settlements North of the Old San Antonio Road,"
by William Frank Perrin, The Texas Historian (November, 1970).
Describes settlement policies and problems in the mid-18oo's.
"Ordeal of the Oklahoma Coal Miners: Coal Mine Disasters in the
Sooner State, 1886-1945," by Philip A. Kalisch, The Chronicles of
Oklahoma (Autumn, 1970) . Gives details on disasters in the Oklahoma
coal mining industry.
TOWNS AND COUNTIES
"There is Moonlight Every Night in Austin," by Alan Baum, The
Texas Historian (November, 197o) . Furnishes background on Austin's
"Sebastopol-Early Port on the Trinity," by Frances W. Linder,
Trinity Valley Progress (November-December, 197o). Sketches the
history from the 1850's.
"Fight Against Storm and Flame," by Morris S. Burton, Chronicles
of Smith County, Texas (Fall, 1970). Tells the history of Tyler's fire
"Homes and Their Histories," by Steve Eli, The Texas Historian
(November, 1970). Relates details on five homes built during the late
18oo's in Palestine, Texas.
"A History of the Presidio County Newspapers," by Kevin Jackson
Ryan, The Texas Historian (January, 1971). Traces the history of the
county's newspapers since 1882.
"Legend and History Clasp Hands in Fredericksburg," by Ruth
Tatsch, The Texas Historian (January, 1971). Furnishes background
on the annual Easter celebration in Fredericksburg.
"Island of Misfortune," by Janet Eberspacher, The Texas Historian
(January, 1971). Studies the battle between man and Nature for
control of San Luis Island, near Galveston.
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