The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 48, July 1944 - April, 1945 Page: 1
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THE CAPITOL (?) AT COLUMBIA L. W. Kemp 3
THE PRIVATE JOURNAL OF JUAN NEPOMUCENO ALMONTE,
FEBRUARY 1-APRIL 16, 1836 Samuel E. Asbury 10
DAVID GOUVERNEUR BURNET, SATIRIST S. W. Geiser 33
CHECK LIST OF TEXAS IMPRINTS, 1846-1876 Continued
Edited by E. W. Winkler 38
LIFE OF GENERAL DON MANUEL DE MIER Y TERAN Continued
Ohland Morton 51
LETTERS AND DOCUMENTS: Dr. John Sibley and the Louisiana-
Texas Frontier, 1803-1814 Continued
Julia Kathryn Garrett 67
AFFAIRS OF THE ASSOCIATION 72
THE SPIRIT OF SANTA RITA George A. Hill, Jr. 78
A PLEA FOR MORE HISTORY IN BUSINESS Eugene C. Barker 85
TEXAS COLLECTION H. Bailey Carroll 87
BOOK REVIEWS: Rister, Border Command: General Phil Sheridan
in the West; Lockwood, Life in Old Tucson, 1854-1864;
Introduction and notes by Ames, and foreword by Lyman,
A Doctor Comes to California: The Diary of John S. Griffin,
Assistant Surgeon With Kearny's Dragoons, 1846-1847;
Bowman, The Morale of the American Revolutionary Army;
Wiley, The Plain People of the Confederacy; Holland,
Morgan and His Raiders: A Biography of the Confederate
General; Mott, Jefferson and the Press; Hewett, From
Cave Dwelling to Mount Olympus 126
BOOK NOTES AND ACKNOWLEDGMENTS 137
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