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SHQ Online Vol 055

07/1951 - 04/1952

Issue 1

The Historical Development of the Texas State Tax System by E. T. Miller
James O. Rice, Hero of the Battle on the San Gabriels by William L. Mann
The Magee-Gutierrez Expedition by Harry McCorry Henderson
Life and Times in Albuquerque, Texas by Roy Sylvan Dunn
General John Lapham Bullis, Thunderbolt of the Texas Frontier, II by Edward S. Wallace
Affairs of the Association
Notes and Documents
The Joseph H. D. Rogers Letters, I Edited by L. W. Kemp
Texas Collection by H. Bailey Carroll (Illustration)
Book Reviews
Our Catholic Heritage in Texas, 1519-1936
Karánkaway Country
The Philosophy of Edmund Montgomery
Frontier Justice
Jesuit Beginnings in New Mexico, 1867-1882
Motolinía's History of the Indians of New Spain
Sonora
Sun in the Sky
Culture in Crisis
The Military and Political Career of José Joaquín de Herrera, 1792-1854
Confederate Leaders in the New South
Captain Sam Grant
Honduras
The Election of the Russian Constituent Assembly of 1917
Book Notes
Contributors

Issue 2

The Evolution of County Government in the Republic of Texas by Seymour V. Connor
The Carvajal Disturbances by Ernest C. Shearer
The Beginnings of Texas Technological College by Robert Rutland
John Tarleton by C. Richard King (Illustration)
Notes and Documents
The Joseph H. D. Rogers Letters, II Edited by L. W. Kemp
Journal of a Saddle Trip Through Central Texas in 1871 Edited by Roger N. Conger
An Early Cattle Drive from Texas to Illinois by George Squires Herrington
Texas Collection by H. Bailey Carroll (Illustration)
Book Reviews
The Case of John C. Watrous, United States Judge for Texas
Texas and Its Revolution
Parson Hanks: Fourteen Years in the West
The Florida of The Inca
Naturalists of the Frontier
Cracker Parties
Paraguayan Interlude
America Faces Russia
Contributors

Issue 3

Sherman Goodwin— Texas Physician 1814-1884 by Harry Ransom
Judge Alfred W. Arrington, Judge William H. Rhodes, and the Case of Summerfield by Pat Ireland Nixon (Illustration)
The Seminole Negro-Indian Scouts 1870-1881 by Kenneth Wiggins Porter
Notes and Documents
Letters from the Confederate Medical Service in Texas, 1863-1865 Edited by Frank E. Vandiver
A Note on General Escobedo in Texas by Frank A. Knapp, Jr.
Texas Collection by H. Bailey Carroll
Book Reviews
Gail Borden
Dreams of an Empire
The Closing of the Public Domain
The Life of Sebastián Lerdo de Tejada, 1823-1889
Motolinía's History of the Indians of New Spain
Life in a Mexican Village
A Documentary Survey of the French Revolution
Book Notes
Contributors

Issue 4

What James Stephen Hogg Means to Texas by James P. Hart (Illustration)
Sam Houston and Secession by Edward R. Maher, Jr.
Notes and Documents
Letters from the Confederate Medical Service in Texas, 1863-1865 Edited by Frank E. Vandiver
General Jose María Jesus Carabajal by Harbert Davenport
Relics of Possible Indian Battle in Wood County, Texas by Albert Woldert (Illustration)
Texas Collection by H. Bailey Carroll (Illustration)
Book Reviews
A Chronology of Events in San Antonio
The Hermit Philosopher of Liendo
History of Fort Sam Houston
The Life and Times of Timothy Dwight Hobart, 1855-1935
Coronado on the Turquoise Trail
Edmund Pendleton Games
Rift in the Democracy
The Cattle on a Thousand Hills
Town Meeting for America
Book Notes
Contributors

Index

Illustrations

Issue 1
"Texas Collection:" Reproduction: Architect's Original Drawing for the Floor of the Texas State Capitol
Issue 2
"John Tarleton:" Photograph: John Tarleton
"Texas Collection:" Painting: Original Log house built by pioneer settler William Robert Wiseman in 1851
Issue 3
"The Case of Summerfield:" Figure: Judge Alfred W. Arrington
Issue 4
"What James Stephen Hogg Means to Texas:" Photograph: Miss Ima Hogg and Chancellor James P. Hart
"Sam Houston and Secession:" Daguerreotype: Sam Houston
"Notes and Documents:" Photograph: Fragments of muzzle-loading gun barrels and tomahawks
"Texas Collection:" Photograph: David M. Warren, editor and publisher of the Panhandle Herald,
Photograph: Dr. James C. Dolley and Dr. H. Bailey Carroll