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Bibliography of Colorado County
game, an all time roster, some financial statements, and accounts of their playing
and later days by some of the players.
2-63. Stein, William Mark. "Indigent Care and the County Poor Farm." Nesbitt
Memorial Library Journal, volume 3, number 3, September 1993, pp. 111-122.
A look at how the poor were cared for in the late nineteenth and early twentieth
2-64. Stein, William Mark. "Leroy Wilkinson A New Hero of San Jacinto." Nesbitt
Memorial Library Journal, volume 1, number 7, November 1990, pp. 211-213.
The story of a Colorado County man who died of wounds received at San Jacinto
but who has been omitted from previous lists of the battle's fatalities.
2-65. Stein, William Mark. "Presidents Visit Colorado County." Nesbitt Memorial
Library Journal, volume 3, number 2, May 1993, pp. 105-106. Slight article,
included as filler, and with at least one major omission, the 1936 visit of a sitting
president, Franklin Delano Roosevelt, to the county.
2-66. Stein, William Mark. "Prime Circuit: The Glory Days of the Stafford Opera
House." Nesbitt Memorial Library Journal, volume 1, number 4, March 1990,
pp. 103-125. A detailed look at the productions staged at the theatre in
Columbus from 1887 to 1893, with brief remarks about theatres in Weimar and
2-67. Stein, William Mark. "Sen Katayama in Garwood." Nesbitt Memorial Library
Journal, volume 1, number 2, December 1989, p. 66. An account of the famous
communist's brief residence in Colorado County.
2-68. Stein, William Mark. "The Slave Revolt, Revisited." Nesbitt Memorial Library
Journal, volume 1, number 10, September 1991, pp. 317-318. A look at the
possibility that the 1856 slave revolt was a figment of the slave owners'
2-69. Stein, William Mark. "The Wild Man of Colorado County." Nesbitt Memorial
Library Journal, volume 1, number 1, November 1989, p. 28. An account of the
1898 capture of a hermit who lived in the woods of southern Colorado County.
2-70. Stein, William Mark, comp. "Legends of the Lake." Nesbitt Memorial Library
Journal, volume 4, number 3, September 1994, pp. 155-168. Reprints, with
comments, of the five known published versions of how Eagle Lake got its name.
2-71. Stein, William Mark, ed. "The Experiences of George McCormick in Waul's Texas
Legion." Nesbitt Memorial Library Journal, volume 1, number 2, December
1989, pp. 35-65. Civil War letters of a Columbus attorney.
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