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SHQ Online Vol 061

07/1957 - 04/1958

Issue 1

The Butterfield Overland Mail Road across Texas by J. W. Williams (Illustration)
Operation Camel by Frank Bishop Lammons
Edward M House and the Governors by Rupert N. Richardson
Saluria, Fort Esperanza, and Military Operations on the Texas Coast, 1861-1864 by Lester N. Fitzhugh
The Rainmakers in Duval by John C. Rayburn
The Texas Cotton Acreage Control 1931-1932 by Karl E. Ashburn
Notes and Documents
Calendar of the Letters of Antonio Martínez, Last Spanish Governor of Texas, 1817-1822 Translated and edited by Virginia H. Taylor
Affairs of the Association (Illustration)
Texas Collection by H. Bailey Carroll (Illustration)
Book Reviews
Fort Griffin on the Texas Frontier
Bibliography of Texas, 1795-1845
Rebel Brass
Charles Stillman, 1810-1875
Texas Treasury Papers
The First Thirty Years
William Bollaert's Texas
Hill of the Rooster
The Press and the Law in Texas
On the Arkansas Route to California in 1849
Poets Laureate of Texas
Book Notes
Contributors

Issue 2

Barbed Wire in Texas by Henry D. McCallum (Illustration)
George H. Giddings and the San Antonio-San Diego Mail Line by Emmie Giddings W. Mahon and Chester V. Kielman (Illustration)
Highlights of Early Harrison County by Sallie M. Lentz
Cotton Ginning in Texas to 1861 by Raymond E. White
The 1850 Affair of the Brownsville Separatists by Frank H. Dugan
Notes and Documents
Calendar of the Letters of Antonio Martinez, Last Spanish Governor of Texas, 1817-1822 Translated and edited by Virginia H. Taylor
Texas Collection by H. Bailey Carroll
Book Reviews
A Political History of the Texas Republic
Destiny and Glory
Lucky 7, A Cowman's Autobiography
Mesquite and Willow
The Resurgent Years, 1911-1927
American Immigration Policy, 1924-1952
Contributors

Issue 3

The Oil Industry in Texas since Pearl Harbor by C. A. Warner
The Union of Coahuila and Texas by Charles A Bacarisse
Old Red River Station by Glen O. Wilson (Illustration)
The Texas and Pacific Railroad Land Grants by Ralph N. Traxler, Jr.
The Tomas de la Vega Eleven-League Grant on the Brazos by Roger N. Conger (Illustration)
The Formation of Sibley's Brigade and the March to New Mexico by Martin Hardwick Hall
Texas Collection by H. Bailey Carroll
Book Reviews
Why the Chisholm Trail Forks
Negro Militia and Reconstruction
Woodrow Wilson and Colonel House
History of Milam County, Texas
Empire on the Pacific
Contributors

Issue 4

The Taylor-Neighbors Struggle over the Upper Rio Grande Region of Texas in 1850 by Kenneth F. Neighbours
George P. Hachenberg An American Leonardo da Vinci by J. M. Coleman (Illustration)
The Democratic Presidential Primary Election of 1924 in Texas by Lee N. Allen
The Galveston Storm of 1900 by John Edward Weems (Illustration)
The Beginnings of Fort Belknap by Ben G. Oneal
Notes and Documents
Fannin's Men: Some Additions to Earlier Rosters by Thomas L. Miller
Texas Collection by H. Bailey Carroll (Illustration)
Book Reviews
The King Ranch
The Far Western Frontier, 1830-1860
The Palo Pinto Story
Mighty Stonewall
Three Years among the Comanches
Minor and Major Mansions and Their Companions in Early Austin
Contributors

Index

Illustrations
Issue 1
The Butterfield Overland Mail Road across Texas: Figure: A Concord Coach Used on the Butterfield Overland Mail Road
Affairs of the Association: Photograph: Ralph Steen
Texas Collection: Photograph: Harbert Davenport; Map: The Soils of Texas; Reproduction: A Brief Description of the Soils of Texas
Issue 2
Barbed Wire in Texas: Figure 1: Barbed Wire Types; Figure: M. Kelly. Fence. Patented Feb 11, 1868; Reproduction: United States Patent Office. Michael Kelly, of New York, N. Y. Improvement in Fences; Figure 3: Barbed Wire Types; Figure: Early Types Barbed Wire; Figure: J. F. Glidden. Wire-Fences. No. 157,124. Patented Nov. 24, 1874; Reproduction: United States Patent Office.Josephh F. Glidden, of De Kalb, Illinois. Improvement in Wire Fences; Figure: Most Unusual Types Barbed Wire; Reproduction: Figure 7: Letter; Reproduction: "The Big Four" in the Famous Barbed Wire Patent litigation; Figure: J. Stubbe. Wire Fence. No. 287,337. Patented Oct. 23, 1883; Figure: Smooth Wire Group
Giddings and the San Antonio-San Diego Mail Line: Photograph: George H. Giddings, 1823-1903
Issue 3
Old Red River Station: Map: Red River Station Settlement
The Tomas de la Vega Eleven-League Grant on the Brazos: Map: General Land Office map showing the Tomas de la Vega grant
Issue 4
George P. Hachenberg, an American Leonardo da Vinci: Figure: G. P. Hachenberg
The Galveston Storm of 1900: Photograph: The Debris left in Southern Galveston after the Hurricane; Map: Plat of the City of Galveston in 1900
Texas Collection: Photograph: Hally Bryan Perry