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Bibliography of Colorado County
2-44. Patterson, Leland W., Raymond Wells McCausland, and Joe D. Hudgins. "Site
41 CD 122, A Long Occupation in Colorado County, Texas." La Tierra, volume
16, number 4, October 1989, pp. 33-37. Results of an archaeological dig for
Indian artifacts in northern Colorado County. Very technical. Well illustrated.
2-45. Pitre, Merline. "Robert Lloyd Smith: A Black Lawmaker in the Shadow of Booker
T. Washington." Phylon, volume 46, September 1985, pp. 262-268. A shorter
and otherwise slightly altered version of the chapter on Smith in the author's
Through Many Dangers, Toils and Snares.
2-46. "Sam K. Seymour Jr.: LCRA's Human Dynamo." Lower Colorado River Review,
volume 4, number 3, 1979, pp. 22-23. Flattering biographical sketch of the
longtime Lower Colorado River Authority director.
2-47. Schoellmann, Elizabeth and William Mark Stein. "A Rock Island Reader." Nesbitt
Memorial Library Journal, volume 2, number 3, September 1992, pp. 160-177.
Items on Rock Island's first two years, extracted from the Colorado Citizen.
2-48. Seaholm, Ernest Mae and William Mark Stein, eds. "Richard V. Cook and the
Battle of Sabine Pass." Nesbitt Memorial Library Journal, volume 1, number 8,
February 1991, pp. 243-260. Letters and recollections regarding the Civil War
Battle of Sabine Pass and the participation of a Colorado County company in it.
2-49. Sherley, Connie. "Columbus-A Texas Classic." Texas Highways, volume 36,
number 5, May 1989, pp. 2-9. One of the many articles promoting tourism in
Columbus. Not much history, and that rose-colored. Several fine photographs
by J. Griffis Smith.
2-50. Smith, Robert Lloyd. "The Elevation of Negro Farm Life." Independent, August
30, 1900, pp. 2103-2106. A second, extremely useful article on the Farmer's
Improvement Society, offering different statistics than those in the article
published five months earlier.
2-51. Smith, Robert Lloyd. "Uplifting Negro Cooperational Society." The World Work,
volume 16, July 1908, pp. 1-3.
2-52. Smith, Robert Lloyd. "Village Improvement Among the Negroes." The Outlook,
volume 64, number 13, March 31, 1900, pp. 733-736. The effect on Oakland's
black community of the establishment of the Farmer's Improvement Society,
written by its founder.
2-53. Stein, William Mark. "The Alleyton Yellow Fever Epidemic of 1867." Nesbitt
Memorial Library Journal, volume 2, number 3, September 1992, pp. 158-159.
Short summation of the plague in Alleyton.
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