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CoHtributors
ROBERT M. UTLEY, "The Range Cattle Industry in the Big
Bend of Texas," is chief of the division of history studies of the
National Park Service and the author of several books and articles
on the American West.
THOMAS L. CONNELLY, "The American Camel Experiment:
A Reappraisal," is a member of the history faculty at Mississippi
State University.
TERRY G. JORDAN, "Letters of a German Pioneer in Texas," is
assistant professor of geography at Arizona State University.
MARLIS ANDERSON JORDAN, "Letters of a German Pioneer in
Texas," wife of Terry G. Jordan, translated the letters.
PHILIP GRAHAM, "Texas Memoirs of Amelia E. Barr," is a pro-
fessor of English at Louisiana State University.
JAMES P. BAUGHMAN, "Letters from the Texas Coast, 1875," is
assistant professor of business history at the Harvard Graduate
School of Business Administration and managing editor of the
Business History Review.
LLERENA B. FRIEND, "Sidelights and Supplements on the Perote
Prisoners," is librarian of the Eugene C. Barker Texas History
Center and lecturer in history at the University of Texas.

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