The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 48, July 1944 - April, 1945 Page: 448
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Southwestern Historical Quarterly
on a three-volume History of East Texas (Lewis Publishing
Company, 1940). Articles by him have appeared in Southwestern
Social Science Quarterly, Texas Geographic, and Holland's.
At present he is working on a book to be entitled Cattle Trails
and the Men Who Made Them.
Ralph A. Smith, "The Farmers' Alliance in Texas, 1875-1900:
A Revolt Against Bourbon and Bourgeois Democracy," is
Assistant Professor of history at Hardin-Simmons University
at Abilene, but is at present on leave and is serving in the U. S.
Medical Corps at Fort Sill, Oklahoma. Smith took his Ph.D.
degree from The University of Texas in 1938, writing on "A. J.
Rose, Agrarian Crusader of Texas." He was formerly Associate
Professor of history at Oklahoma College for Women. He has
previously had two articles in the Quarterly.
J. J. McGrath, "Perote Fort, Where Texans Were Imprisoned,"
is with the Producing Division of Magnolia Petroleum Company,
stationed at Laredo, Texas. Mr. McGrath has lived twenty-one
years in Mexico.
Walace Hawkins, "Perote Fort, Where Texans Were Im-
prisoned," is Vice-President and General Counsel for the Mag-
nolia Petroleum Company, officing in the Magnolia Building,
Dallas, Texas. Mr. Hawkins is a former student of Dr. Barker's
and a thorough student of Texas history.
George T. McNess, "The Production of Tobacco in Texas," is
a member of the faculty of Texas College of Arts and Industries,
Max Berger, "Stephen F. Austin and Education in Early Texas,
1821-1835," is head of the social science department of Man-
hattan School of Aviation Trades, 220 East Sixty-Third Street,
New York 21, New York.
Carl L. Studer, "The First Rodeo in Texas," resides in Can-
adian, Texas, where he is a leading merchant. He is secretary
of the National Rodeo Association.
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