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Southwestern Historical Quarterly
Books and Pamphlets
Bates, Ed. F., History and Reminiscences of Denton County.
Denton, McNitzky Printing Company, [c. 1918]. 412 pp. 8vo.
Carter, W. T., Jr., and others, Soil Survey of Denton County,
Texas. U. S. Department of Agriculture, Bureau of Soils.
Washington, Government Printing Office, 1918. 58pp. 8vo.
Cowling, Mary Jo, Geography of Denton County. Dallas, Banks
Upshaw, 1936. 132pp. 8vo. Illus., plates, ports.
Denton, Texas, Chamber of Commerce, Denton County, the
Greatest Diversifying County in Texas. Denton, Abney and
Browder, printers, n. d. pp. 8vo. Cover-title.
Inventory of the County Archives of Texas: Denton County.
No. 61. San Antonio, Texas Historical Records Survey, 1937.
Winton, W. M., The Geology of Denton County. Austin, Bureau
of Economic Geology of The University of Texas, 1925. 86pp.
8vo. Illus., plates, map.
Irvine, Laura J., "Sketch of Denton County, Texas," in Ameri-
can Sketch Book, VI, pp. 201-213.
Waide, Mrs. J. M., "Last Indian Raid in Denton County," in
Frontier Times, II, October, 1924. pp. 2-3.
Books and Pamphlets
Inventory of the County Archives of Texas: DeWitt County.
No. 62. San Antonio, Texas Historical Records Survey, 1940.
Rather, Ethel Z., De Witt's Colony. Austin, University of Texas,
1905. 99pp. 8vo. Map.
Red Cross (DeWitt County Chapter), History of War Activities
DeWitt County Chapter, American Red Cross. n. p., n. d.
65pp. 4to. Illus., ports., map.
Rather, Ethel Z., "De Witt's Colony," in Southwestern His-
torical Quarterly, VIII, pp. 95-192.
Sutherland, Mrs. Julia (Covey), A History of DeWitt County
in the World War. M. A. Thesis, University of Texas, Austin,
1938. vi, 363pp. 4to. Tables, plates, ports., maps.
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