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Andrew Forest Muir, "The Destiny of Buffalo Bayou," is the
acting director of the San Jacinto Museum of History, Monu-
ment, Texas. Muir holds the B.A. and M.A. degrees from Rice
Institute. He served in 1942-1943 as a Student Editorial As-
sistant on The Quarterly. His major interest lies in the field of
Southern History with emphasis upon transportation in the
Republic of Texas.
C. Allen True, "John A. Williams: Champion of Mexico in
the Early Days of the Texas Revolution," resides at 2745 Pur-
ington Street, Fort Worth 3, Texas. He holds the Ph.D. in
history from the University of California where he was for a
time assistant in the Bancroft Library. True has been Professor
of History at Texas Christian University for some ten or twelve
years. At present he is on leave, serving with the Federal
Ohland Morton, "Life of General Don Manuel de Mier y
Terin," is the head of the History Department of Edinburg
Junior College, Edinburg, Texas. Morton's doctor's degree is
from The University of Texas.
Kathryn Garrett, "Dr. John Sibley and the Louisiana-Texas
Frontier, 1803-1814," is a Ph.D. graduate in history from the
University of California. She is head of the Social Science
division in Paschal High School, Fort Worth, where she is spon-
sor of the Junior Historian chapter.
E. W. Winkler, "Check List of Texas Imprints, 1846-1876,"
is Bibliographer in the Library of The University of Texas.
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