The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 73, July 1969 - April, 1970 Page: 16
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Nunn (ed.), Ten Texans in Gray, by Claude H. Hall 121
Bryant, Alfalfa Bill Murray, by Lewis L. Gould 122
Kilpatrick and Kilpatrick (eds.), New Echota Letters:
Contributions of Samuel A. Worcester to the Cherokee
Phoenix, by Theodore Agnew 123
Oltorf, The Marlin Compound, by Al Lowman 124
Brackenridge, Voice in the Wilderness: A History of the
Cumberland Presbyterian Church in Texas,
by Ernest Trice Thompson 126
Oates (ed.), The Republic of Texas, by James Renberg 127
Cumberland, Mexico: The Struggle for Modernity,
by E. V. Niemeyer, Jr. 129
Crenshaw and Ward, Cornerstones: A History of Beaumont
and Methodism, 184o0-968, by E. H. Steelman 130
Green, Wild Cow Tales, by Wayne Gard 131
Turner, The Life and Times of Jane Long, by S. L. Myres 132
McWhiney, Braxton Bragg and Confederate Defeat. Volume I:
Field Command, by Jefferson Davis Bragg 133
Rogan, Land Commissioner Charles Rogan and the Mineral
Classification of Texas Public School Lands,
by Thomas Lloyd Miller 134
Grimes, 300 Years in Victoria County, by Louis Grigar 135
Adams, Western Words: A Dictionary of the American West,
by A. C. Greene 136
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