The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 73, July 1969 - April, 1970 Page: 412
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Southwestern Historical Quarterly
REPUBLIC OF TEXAS
"The Wilmot Proviso Revisited," by Eric Foner, The Journal of
American History (September, 1969) . A reexamination of the political
forces surrounding the introduction of the Wilmot Proviso in Congress.
TOWNS AND COUNTIES
"An Early History of Montgomery County," by Mrs. F. M. Graham,
Bulletin of the West Texas Genealogical Society (October, 1969) . In-
cludes lists of family heads from the 1850 census.
"Escapades on the Lampasas," by Butch O'Dell, Texas Highways
(November, 1969). Reminiscences of the Maxdale Community in Bell
"Ghost Town: McGee, Indian Territory," by Charles W. Mooney,
The Chronicles of Oklahoma (Summer, 1969). The brief history of
a Chickasaw Nation community.
"Salado," The Shamrock (Summer, 1969). A photographic essay
about this historic Bell County community.
"Smith County's First Survey," by Morris S. Burton, Chronicles
of Smith County, Texas (Fall, 1969). Describes the survey made in
1828 by Jos6 Maria Carbajal for Peter Ellis Bean.
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