The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 44, July 1940 - April, 1941 Page: 323
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THE KNIGHTS OF THE GOLDEN CIRCLE: A FILIBUSTERING
FANTASY - - - - - - - - --- C. A. Bridges - - 287
OIL, THE COURTS, AND THE RAILROAD COMMISSION - - - -
--------------- James P. Hart - - 303
THE VAN DORN TRAILS - - - - - - - - J. W. Williams - - 321
THE HISTORY OF TEXAS COUNTIES - - - - - Ruby Mixon - - 344
E. L. SHETTLES, MAN, BOOKMAN, AND FRIEND - J. Frank Dobie - - 350
CHRISTMAS AND NEW YEAR IN TEXAS (TEXAS COLLECTION)
- - - - - - - - - - - Walter Prescott Webb - - 357
AFFAIRS OF THE ASSOCIATION -- --- ---- --- -380
JUNIOR HISTORIANS - ---- - --------- 382
BOOK REVIEWS: Ewing, Presidenial Elections; Jackson (ed.),
American Studies in Honor of William Kenneth Boyd;
Bailey, A Diplomatic History of the American People;
Farish, The Circuit Rider Dismounts. A Social History of
Southern Methodism, 1865-1900; Mabry, The Negro in
North Carolina Politics Since Reconstruction; Young, A
Surgeon's Autobiography; Chabot (ed.), Texas Letters;
Raymond, Captain Lee Hall of Texas; W. P. A., Texas:
A Guide to the Lone Star State; Zeigler, Wave of the Gulf;
Ogle, Federal Control of the Western Apaches, 1848-1886;
Wisdom, The Chorti Indians of Guatemala - - - - - - - 384
BOOK NOTES AND ACKNOWLEDGMENTS - - - - - - - ..0
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