The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 48, July 1944 - April, 1945 Page: 91
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variety of materials available on Texas in the files of the
ARTICLES IN THE SOUTHWESTERN HISTORICAL QUARTERLY
RELATING TO SOUTHWESTERN AND TEXAS INDIANS
Blount, Bertha, "The Apache in the Southwest, 1846-1886," XXIII, 20-38.
Bolton, H. E., "The Jumano Indians in Texas, 1650-1771," XV, 66-84.
Debo, Angie, "Southern Refugees of the Cherokee Nation," XIV, 198-274.
Hackett, Charles W., "The Revolt of the Pueblo Indians of New Mexico
in 1680," XV, 93-147.
Hatcher, Mattie Austin, "Description of the Tejas or Asinai Indians,
1691-1722," XXX, 206-218, 283-304; XXXI, 50-62, 150-180.
Kenney, M. M., "Tribal Society Among Texas Indians," I, 26-34; an
error corrected, I, 226-227.
Roberts, O. M., "Prehistoric Races in Texas," I, 145-150.
Sinks, Julia Lee, "Religious Beliefs and Customs of Texas Indians," I, 127.
Smither, Harriet, "The Alabama Indians of Texas," XXXVI, 83-108.
Winkler, E. W., "The Cherokee Indians in Texas," VII, 94-165.
Any person who has driven across Tennessee, Virginia, or
Kansas - to pick but three examples - needs no argument
that Texas has not integrated her history and natural wonders
with her system of modern highways and transportation as
well as have some of the other states. I previously mentioned in
other "Texas Collection" items the advisability of bringing
the Texas Highway Department and the Association into closer
contacts so that visitors to the state and our own citizens may
receive useful and authentic information regarding the historic
places of Texas. A short time before the Annual Meeting
this subject was discussed in a conference between D. C. Greer,
State Highway Engineer, Charles Simons of the Texas Good
Roads Association, President L. W. Kemp, and the writer. All of
us agreed that more ought to be done in pointing out and
marking historic trails, roads, natural wonders, and places
of interest in the state. Where a modern road has been built
along an ancient highway, the information to that effect will
add to the appreciation of the traveller thereon. After the
conference Mr. Greer wrote a letter to the office, es-
pecially commending J. W. Williams' "The National Road
of the Republic of Texas" which appeared in the January num-
ber of the Quarterly.
The source of the F. B. E. Browne map published in the
January, 1944, Quarterly, opposite p. 306, has finally been run
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