The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 79, July 1975 - April, 1976 Page: 476
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Southwestern Historical Quarterly
The Texas Gulf Historical and Biographical Record (November, I975).
Records continuing support for annexation.
"Record of the Board of Aldermen of the Town of Beaumont, I86o-
i86I," The Texas Gulf Historical and Biographical Record (November,
I975). Prints minutes of short-lived government.
"Beaumont in the 1850's: Extracts from the Writings of Henry R.
Green," compiled by W. T. Block, The Texas Gulf Historical and Bio-
graphical Record (November, 1975). Reprints reports on Beaumont to
the Galveston Weekly News.
"5o Years Ago: Shootout at Bessie Miller's," by Dan E. Kilgore, Corpus
Christi Caller (June 29, 1975). Recounts bloody gunfight.
"The Santa Fe Railroad Comes to Hale County," by Vaneta Cross and
Gwin Morris, Hale County History (November, 1975). Details early be-
"An Early Trip to Elephant Butte," by Patrick Rand, Password, El
Paso County Historical Society (Fall, I975). Relates early automobile trip.
"The Man Who Built the Santa Fe . . . Cyrus K. Holliday," by Kate
Holliday, The Santa Fe Magazine (October, November, 1975). Conclude
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