The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 45, July 1941 - April, 1942 Page: 358
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Southwestern Historical Quarterly
Kerr, Kimble, Llano, Mason, Menard, Schleicher, Sutton, and
Val Verde, and parts of Hays, Real, and Travis.
Kocher, A. E., and others, Reconnoissance Soil Survey of South-
west Texas. U. S. Department of Agriculture, Bureau of Soils.
Washington, Government Printing Office, 1911. pp. 8vo.
Contains information on the following counties: Atascosa,
Bexar, Dimmit, Frio, Kinney, La Salle, Live Oak, Maverick,
McMullen, Medina, Uvalde, Wilson, and Zavala.
Lake, Mrs. Mary Daggett, "Streamlining a County's History," in
The Junior Historian, II, No. 1 (September, 1941), pp. 4-7.
McConnell, Joseph Carroll, The West Texas Frontier or a De-
scriptive History of Early Times in Western Texas. [Jacks-
boro, Gazette Print, c. 1933.] 334pp. 8vo.
Contains information regarding the histories of the following
counties: Bexar, pp. 114-115; Travis, pp. 115-116; Comal,
pp. 116-117; Denton, p. 117-119; Gillespie, pp. 119-120; Hays,
p. 120; Medina, p. 120; Williamson, pp. 120-122; Cooke, pp.
122-125; Bell, pp. 125-127; El Paso, pp. 127-128; McLennan,
pp. 128-131; Tarrant, pp. 131-134; Hill, pp. 134-136; John-
son, pp. 137-139; Bosque, pp. 139-140; Coryell, 141-143;
Burnet, pp. 143-144; Uvalde, pp. 144-145; Bandera, pp. 145-
146; Kerr, p. 146; Llano, pp. 146-147; San Saba, pp. 147-
149; Lampasas, pp. 149-150; Comanche, pp. 150-152; Erath,
pp. 152-153; Parker, pp. 153-157; Wise, pp. 157-159; Young,
pp. 159-162; Jack, pp. 163-165; Palo Pinto, pp. 165-180;
Brown, pp. 180-181; Blanco, pp. 181-182; Mason, pp. 182-
183; Hamilton, pp. 183-184; Montague, pp. 184-186; Clay,
pp. 186-188; Stephens, pp. 188-191; Kendall, pp. 191-192;
Coleman, pp. 192-194; Hood and Somervell, pp. 194-196;
Menard, p. 196; Eastland, pp. 196-197; Shackelford, pp. 197-
198; Presidio, pp. 198-199; Tom Green, p. 199; McCulloch,
pp. 199-200; Callahan, p. 200; Taylor, p. 200; Throckmorton,
[Madray, Mrs. I. C.], A History of Bee County, with Some Brief
Sketches About Men and Events in Adjoining Counties. Bee-
ville, Beeville Publishing Company, 1939. iv, 135pp. 4to.
Numerous illustrations from old photographs. No title page.
Contains information regarding the following counties:
Goliad, p. 123; Refugio, p. 123; San Patricio, p. 125; Live
Oak, p. 128; Karnes, p. 132.
McAlister, S. B., "The County and Its Functions," in S. D.
Myres, Jr., The Government of Texas, Dallas, Southern Meth-
odist University, 1934, pp. 130-137.
Mixon, Ruby, "The History of Texas Counties," in Southwestern
Historical Quarterly, XLIV, pp. 344-349. (Reprinted in The
Junior Historian, I, No. 1 (January, 1941), pp. 8-10.)
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