The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 75, July 1971 - April, 1972 Page: 522
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Southwestern Historical Quarterly
TOWNS AND COUNTIES
"Murdered by the Sea,"' by Paulette Kulhanek, The Texas Historian
(September, 1.971) . Reviews the 1900oo Galveston storm.
"The Texas City Disaster," by Cathy Wadlington, The Texas 'His-
torian (September, 1971). Recounts the 1947 explosions in Texas City.
"Oh, Land of Now, Oh,' Land of Then," by B. K. Munguia, The
Texas Historian (November, 1971) . Chronicles the history of Castro-
"A Visit to Jefferson in 1871," by Terry Wilson, The Texas His-
torian (November, 1971) . Looks at this East Texas town a century ago.
"Ghost Towns of Anderson County," by David Caldwell, The
Texas Historian (January, 1972). Explores four forgotten towns -in
this East Texas county.
" History of Oil Springs: Texas' First Oil Field," by Lifida Ericson,
The Texas Historian (January, 1972) . Deals with the Texas oil boom
of the late nineteenth century.
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