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SHQ Online Vol 062

07/1958 - 04/1959

Issue 1

The Texan of 1860 by Llerena B. Friend
A Texas Expedition into Mexico, 1840 by David M. Vigness
Sam Houston and the Texas War Fever, March-August, 1842 by Harry A. Gailey, Jr.
Secular Life in the San Antonio Missions by Billie Persons
Notes and Documents
A Journey from Sweden to Texas in 1867 Translated and edited by Carl T. Widén (Illustration)
Dr. Ferdinand Roemer's Account of the Llano-San Saba Country Translated and edited by Rudolph L. Biesele
Account of the Journey of Bénard de la Harpe: Discovery Made by Him of Several Nations Situated in the West Translated and annotated by Ralph A. Smith
Affairs of the Association (Illustration)
Texas Collection by H. Bailey Carroll
Book Reviews
Brann and the Iconoclast.
Big D Is for Dallas.
The Letters of Antonio Martinez, Last Spanish Governor of Texas, 1817-1822.
The Lasting South: Fourteen Southerners Look at Their Home.
The Frontier in Perspective.
The Contriving Brain and the Skillful Hand in the United States: Something about History and Philosophy of History.
Pete Whetstone of Devil's Fork: Letters to the Spirit of the Times.
Brenham, Texas, 1844-1958.
Book Notes
Contributors

Issue 2

The Reconstruction Courts of Texas 1867-1873 by James R. Norvell
The United States-Mexican Boundary Survey, 1848-1853 by W. H. Goetzmann
The Texas Road to Secession and War: John Marshall and the Texas State Gazette 1860-1861 by Larry Jay Gage
Logs Reveal Texas Gulf Coast History, 1866-1900 by Phyllis Coffee
Notes and Documents
Stephen F. Austin and Anthony Butler Documents by Henry P. Beers
Research Opportunities in the General Land Office of Texas by Bill Allcorn
Cryptograms in the General Land Office of Texas by John Farmer (Illustration)
Account of the Journey of Bénard de la Harpe: Discovery Made by Him of Several Nations Situated in the West Translated and annotated by Ralph A. Smith
Texas Collection by H. Bailey Carroll
Book Reviews
Texas in 1837: An Anonymous Contemporary Narrative.
Fabulous Quarter Horse: Steel Dust.
David S. Terry of California: Duelling Judge.
Indians of the Southwest.
Contributors

Issue 3

The Problem of Command In the Army of the Republic of Texas by Henry W. Barton
The Intellectual Climate of Houston During the Period of the Republic by Andrew Forest Muir
An Analysis of the Membership of the Texas Secession Convention by Ralph A. Wooster
Horace M. Hall's Letters from Gillespie County, Texas, 1871-1873 Edited by Joseph S. Hall (Illustration)
The Red River Boundary Controversy by Monroe Billington
Notes and Documents
Parker County Cattle Trails by Fred R. Cotten
Contemporary Comments on Texas, 1844-1847 Edited by Nell Mick Pugh
Account of the Journey of Bénard de la Harpe: Discovery Made by Him of Several Nations Situated in the West Translated and annotated by Ralph A. Smith
Texas Collection by H. Bailey Carroll (Illustration)
Book Reviews
Something About Brown: A History of Brown County, Texas.
Thirteen Days to Glory
Madstones and Twisters.
Gold Country, 1828-1858.
Book Notes
Contributors

Issue 4

B Hall of Texas by Walter E. Long (Illustration)
The Renaissance of the Galveston Theatre: Henry Greenwall's First Season, 1867-1868 by Joseph S. Gallegly (Illustration)
Origins of the Texas Bill of Rights by J. E. Ericson
Pershing's Chinese Refugees in Texas by Edward Eugene Briscoe
Santa Anna in Texas: A Mexican Viewpoint by James Presley
Notes and Documents
A Letter from San Antonio de Bexar in 1836 Contributed by Ralph W. Steen (Illustration)
A Settler's Report (1836) on Santa Anna's Defeat and Land Prospects in Texas Edited by Robert Partin
Inventions Patented by Texans, 1846-1861 Compiled by Andrew Forest Muir
Account of the journey of Bénard de la Harpe Discovery Made by Him of Several Nations Situated in the West Translated and annotated by Ralph A. Smith (Illustration)
Texas Collection by H. Bailey Carroll
Book Reviews
Then Came the Railroads: The Century from Steam to Diesel in the Southwest
A History of Collin County, Texas.
A Trail to Mañana.
How Come It's Called That? Place Names in the Big Bend Country.
Contributors

Index

Illustrations
Issue 1
Notes and Documents: A Journey from Sweden to Texas: Photograph: Log cabin on S. M. Swanson's plantation, "Govalle."
Affairs of the Association: Photograph: The University of Texas Seventy-fifth Anniversary display by Mrs. Gladys Fouts of Hemphill's Book Stores in Austin
Issue 2
Notes and Documents: Cryptograms in the General Land Office of Texas: A sample page of Volume X of the English Field Notes of the Spanish Archives of the General Land Office of Texas
Issue 3
Horace M. Hall's Letters from Gillespie County, Texas, 1871-1873: Photograph: Horace M. Hall about 1872; Figure: A Sketch Map of the Pedernales River between Fredericksburg and Austin. By Horace M. Hall in 1872
Texas Collection: Daniel M. Warren Presented an Award of Merit
Issue 4
B Hall of Texas: Photograph: George W. Brackinridge; Photograph: Brackinridge Hall, the first units of which were erected in 1890; Reproduction: Brackinridge Hall. Thanksgiving Day, 1892. Menu; Photograph: The first cannon used in a campus observance of Texas Independence Day, 1897; Photograph: A characteristic sense of humor marked the life of the normal B Haller. The "borrowed" sign of Great Removal Sale was carefully chosen when all the inmates dressed for this 1905 photograph; Photograph: One advantage of living in B Hall was that the east windows overlooked Clark Field; Photograph: B Hall men knew how to work, to study, and to enjoy their pranks and humor to the limit, but the grim realities of World War I found them lined up 100 per cent to "Save the World for Democracy;" Photograph: B Hall's exterior while it was being used for classrooms and offices in the 1930s and 1940s
The Renaissance of the Galveston Theater: Photograph: Henry Greenwall;
Notes and Documents: Reproduction: The first page of William R. Carey's letter from San Antonio on January 12, 1836
Notes and Documents: Map: Bé de la Harpe's explorations for the Council of Louisiana, 1718 to 1719