Texas State Historical Association Eighty-First Annual Meeting, 1977 Page: 9
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SESSION XI CRYSTAL BALLROOM
TEXAS CATHOLIC HISTORICAL SOCIETY
Catholic Education in Texas in the Nineteenth Century
Louis LEKAI, Presiding
University of Dallas
The Ursulines in San Antonio in the Early 1850s, CATHERINE
MCDOwELL, Daughters of the Republic of Texas Library,
San Antonio, 1869-1890: Incarnate Word Sisters in Texas Ed-
ucation, RITA PRENDERGAST, C.C.V.I., San Antonio
The French Education of Texas, BARNABAS DIEKEMPER,
O.F.M., San Antonio
SESSION XII TEXAS ROOM
Texas Indians PAUL CARLSON, Presiding
Texas Tech University
The People Called Waco: Historical Glimpses of Their Rise
and Decline, EARL H. ELAM, Sul Ross State University
Indian Laws of the Republic of Texas, SAM D. RATCLIFFE,
University of Oklahoma
The Role of Governor E. J. Davis in the Release of Satanta
and Big Tree RONALD N. GRAY, South Oklahoma City Jun-
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