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Nesbitt Memorial Library Journal
2-54. Stein, William Mark. "A Bar Bet Gone Wrong." Nesbitt MemorialLibrary Journal,
volume 1, number 7, November 1990, p. 234. The story of a tragic shooting
incident in Weimar.
2-55. Stein, William Mark. "Beyond Boosterism: Establishing the Age of Columbus."
Nesbitt Memorial Library Journal, volume 2, number 2, May 1992, pp. 71-90.
An examination of the primary sources regarding Montezuma, Beeson's Cross-
ing, Columbus, and other early place names in Colorado County.
2-56. Stein, William Mark. "Capital Punishment in Colorado County History." Nesbitt
Memorial Library Journal, volume 1, number 5, June 1990, pp. 131-166. A
survey of the cases in the county's history in which the death penalty was
ordered, complete with confessions and other testimony.
2-57. Stein, William Mark. "Capsule History of the First Century of Colorado County."
Nesbitt Memorial Library Journal, volume 3, number 1, January 1993, pp. 45-
50. Brief, very general history of the county, originally written for a brochure that
was never produced.
2-58. Stein, William Mark. "The Conflict Between H. H. Moore and Sheriff Light
Townsend Concluding With the Story of the Rock Which Triggered the Deaths
of Four Men." Nesbitt Memorial Library Journal, volume 3, number 2, May 1993,
pp. 55-72. Illustrated by Charles Shaw. The sensational story of a once-
notorious Colorado County outlaw and the sheriff who pursued him.
2-59. Stein, William Mark. "Fremont McCollum and the Garwood State Bank." Nesbitt
Memorial Library Journal, volume 4, number 3, September 1994, pp. 119-126.
The story of a bank robber and an often-robbed bank.
2-60. Stein, William Mark. "The German Draft Revolt in Colorado, Austin, and Fayette
Counties." The Journal of the German-Texan Heritage Society, volume 14,
number 3, Fall 1992, pp. 221-224. An address given by the author to the annual
meeting of the German-Texan Heritage Society in New Braunfels on September
13, 1992. Not as thoroughly researched as it should have been.
2-61. Stein, William Mark. "The Glidden Ax Murder." Nesbitt MemorialLibrary Journal,
volume 1, number 10, September 1991, pp. 307-312. An examination of a
brutal, unsolved crime from 1912.
2-62. Stein, William Mark. "Home Games Tuesday and Friday Nights: Five Years of the
Herder Truckers." Nesbitt Memorial Library Journal, volume 2, number 1,
January 1992, pp. 1-38. The complete history of the best-known semi-
professional baseball team in the county's history, the Herder Truckers, who
played from 1948 to 1952. The appendices provide the score of every known
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