The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 49, July 1945 - April, 1946 Page: 678
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Southwestern Historical Quarterly
librarian and director of the Stone Fort Museum. Mrs. Blount
holds the A.B. degree from the University of Texas and an M.A.
from Columbia University. She contributed a study on Thomas
J. Rusk in the Quarterly, XXXIV (1931), and one on Captain
Thomas William Blount in XXXIX (1935). She has recently
received a grant-in-aid from the Rockefeller Funds of the
Association for further study on Thomas J. Rusk.
Samuel W. Geiser, "Some Workers in Texas Entomology," has
been head of the Department of Biology at Southern Methodist
University at Dallas since 1924. His publications on scientific
study and exploration in early Texas cover a wide field. In
addition to several previous Quarterly contributions, he has
written three books of special interest to Texans: Naturalists
of the Frontier, Scientific Study and Exploration in Early
Texas, and Horticulture and Horticulturists in Early Texas.
Julia Kathryn Garrett, "Dr. John Sibley and the Louisiana-
Texas Frontier, 1803-1814," is a teacher of history in Arlington
Heights High School, Fort Worth. She is the author of Green
Flag over Texas.
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