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2-17. Darden, Fannie Amelia Dickson. "Legend of Eagle Lake, Texas." The American
Sketch Book, volume 7, number 2, 1882, pp. 99-102. Reprinted in William Mark
Stein, comp. "Legends of the Lake." Nesbitt Memorial Library Journal, volume
4, number 3, September 1994, pp. 157-159. Silly legend featuring Indians,
eagles, and true love, by a prolific and locally renowned writer.
2-18. Flachmeier, Emily Jo. "The Master of Sylvania." The Junior Historian, volume
16, number 5, March 1956, pp. 1-4, 8. Brief account of the life and career of
Charles William Tait.
2-19. Fox, E. A. "Eagle Lake, Queen City of Colorado County." The Texas Magazine,
March 1911, pp. 65-68. A brief report on the condition of Eagle Lake in 1911.
2-20. Grissom, Ouida Boulden. "Letter to the Southern Pacific." Nesbitt Memorial
Library Journal, volume 4, number 3, September 1994, pp. 169-170. Nostalgic
recollection of a Columbus girl's relationship to the railroad.
2-21. Gross, Jean and Anders Saustrup, eds. "From Coblenz to Colorado County,
1843-1844: Early Leyendecker Letters to the Old Country." Nesbitt Memorial
Library Journal, volume 1, number 6, August 1990, pp. 171-206. Long letters
by a German man and his wife to parties in Germany describing their voyage and
their new surroundings; exhaustively footnoted.
2-22. Hale, Leon. "Time for a Blowout." Texas Parade, volume 33, number 12, May
1973, pp. 34-36, 38. Promotional item about the sesquicentennial celebration
in Columbus, with an illustration by Charles Shaw.
2-23. Harrison, Robert Henry. "The Epidemic of 1873, in Columbus, Texas." Chapter
(pp. 109-124) in Greensville Dowell, ed. Yellow Fever and Malarial Diseases
Embracing a History of the Epidemics of Yellow Fever in Texas, Philadelphia,
1876. Reprint. William Mark Stein, ed. Nesbitt Memorial Library Journal, volume
2, number 3, September 1992, pp. 131-158. Detailed medical study of the most-
remembered epidemic in county history, with, in the edited reprint, a list of its
2-24. Herring, Klaus. "Beauty on the Colorado." Texas Country, volume 2, number 1,
July 1985, pp. 10-11. Another in the seemingly endless series of ridiculous
articles rehashing old legends and myths, this one with the additional defect of
2-25. Hillboldt, Charlie. "Cow Man of the Old School." Nesbitt Memorial Library
Journal, volume 1, number 3, February 1990, pp. 92-93. Brief remarks by an
old cowboy on the cattle business, originally published in the March 3, 1939
edition of the Eagle Lake Headlight, a local newspaper.
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