The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 45, July 1941 - April, 1942 Page: 357
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Texas County Histories
Live Oak, pp. 254-255; San Saba, pp. 255-258; Travis, pp.
259-267; Bexar, pp. 268-274; Lampasas, pp. 274-276; Guada-
lupe, pp. 276-278; Bosque, pp. 278-279; Williamson, p. 279;
Jasper, pp. 279-280; Tyler, p. 280; Orange, p. 280; Newton,
pp. 280-281; Matagorda, pp. 281-282; Brazoria, pp. 282-283;
Bell, pp. 283-284; Falls, p. 284; Anderson, p. 284; Walker,
pp. 285-286; Brown, pp. 286-287; Fort Bend, pp. 287-288;
Calhoun, p. 288; Cooke and Young, pp. 289-296; Hays, pp.
297-298; Erath, pp. 300-301; Henderson, pp. 303-305.
Fenley, Florence, Oldtimers: Their Own Stories. Uvalde, The
Hornby Press, 1939. 254pp. 8vo. Illus. Map.
Contains information and stories about the following counties:
Uvalde, Edwards, Real, Kinney, Medina, Maverick, Zavalla,
and Dimmit. [Not arranged according to counties.]
Franks, J. M., Seventy Years in Texas: Memories of the Pioneer
Days, Indian Depredations and the Northwest Cattle Trail.
Gatesville, Texas, 1924. 133pp. 8vo. Frontis. (port.)
Although the book deals in the main with Coryell County
there are scattered references to other central Texas counties,
principally Bell, Brown, Coleman, Hamilton, Mills, and Mon-
Fulmore, Z. T., The History and Geography of Texas as Told
in County Names. Austin, Steck Co., printers, c. 1915. [Fac-
simile reproduction, Austin, Steck Co., 1935.] 334pp. 8vo.
Fulmore, Z. T., The History and Geography of Texas as Told in
County Names. Revised edition. Austin, c. 1926. 225pp. 8vo.
Index to Probate Cases Filed in Texas. Separate volumes for
each county in Texas are contemplated. San Antonio, State-
wide Records Project.
To date the indices are available on the following counties:
Atascosa, Camp, Chambers, Coleman, Franklin, Gregg, Lib-
erty, Marion, Morris, Newton, Orange, Robertson, San Saba,
Trinity, and Waller.
Johnson, Frank W., A History of Texas and Texans. Edited
and brought to date by Eugene C. Barker with the assistance
of Ernest William Winkler. 5 volumes. Chicago and New
York, The American Historical Society, 1914. 4to.
Volume II is devoted entirely to histories of Texas counties.
Kocher, A. E., and others, Reconnoissance Soil Survey of South
Central Texas. U. S. Department of Agriculture, Bureau of
Soils. Washington, Government Printing Office, 1913. 
pp. 8vo. Fold map.
Contains information on the following counties: Bandera,
Blanco, Burnet, Comal, Crockett, Edwards, Gillespie, Kendall,
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