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SHQ Online Vol 065

07/1961 - 04/1962

Issue 1

Texas Coastal Defense, 1861-1865 by Alwyn Barr (Illustration)
D. A. Orviss: Texas Merchant by A. Ray Stephens (Illustration)
San Antonio Welcomes the "Sunset"-1877 by Donald E. Everett
The Anglo-American Colonists Under Mexican Militia Laws by Henry W. Barton
Notes and Documents
Notes on Texas' Largest Slaveholders, 1860 Compiled by Ralph A. Wooster
Some Letters Concerning the Knights of the Golden Circle in Texas, 1860-1861 Compiled by Jimmie Hicks
The Ark of the Covenant of the Texas Declaration of Independence by R. Henderson Shuffler (Illustration)
Additional Items for the Winkler Check Liist of Texas Imprints, 1846-1860 by Llerena Friend
Affairs of the Association
Texas Collection by H. Bailey Carroll
Book Reviews
Roadside Flowers of Texas
State and Local Government in Texas
Documents of Texas History
Bibliography of Texas, 1795-1845, Part III
Contributors

Issue 2

Elisabet Ney, Sculptor by Henry B. Dielmann (Illustration)
Woodrow Wilson's Visit to Texas in 1911 by C. Richard King
Early Norwegians in Northeast Texas by Darwin Payne
Surveying in Texas by Virginia H. Taylor Houston
Texans in the Union Army, 1861-1865 by Frank H. Smyrl
Notes and Documents
Two Battle of Galveston Letters Edited by Dorman H. Winfrey
Texas Collection by H. Bailey Carroll (Illustration)
Book Reviews
A History of Rusk County, Texas
Lone Star Marine
Footnotes of the Buckhorn, A Lone Star State Landmark
A Texan At Bay
Rags and Hope
New Mexico Civil War Bibliography
Contributors

Issue 3

Hurricane Carla at Galveston, 1961 by Millicent Huff and H. Bailey Carroll (Illustration)
The Signing of Texas' Declaration of Independence: Myth and Record by R. Henderson Shuffler (Illustration)
Population Trends in the Western Cross Timbers of Zexas, 1890-1960: Growth and Distribution by B. P. Gallaway (Illustration)
Real County by Beverly Ann Chiodo
Notes and Documents
Mary S. Young's Journal of Botanical Explorations in Trans-Pecos Texas, August-September, 1914 by B. C. Tharp and Chester V. Kielman (Illustration)
Letter from the Texas Secession Convention, 1861 Edited by A. Ray Stephens (Illustration)
An 1849 R. M Williamson Letter Contributed by Roger Conger
The Map Collection of the Texas State Archives, 1527-1845 Compiled by James M. Day and Ann B. Dunlap
Texas Collection by H. Bailey Carroll
Book Reviews
East Texas Lumber Workers
A Classified Bibliography of the Periodical Literature of the Trans-Mississippi West, 1911-1957
The Lady with the Pen
Batchelor-Turner Letters 1861-1864
Contributors

Issue 4

The First Roots of the University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston by Ralph W. Jones
J. Tolmer- Spurious Traveler by Philip D. Jordan
The Bogus Texas Delegation to the 1860 Republican National Convention by Paul Douglas Casdorph
Notes and Documents
The Burr G. Duval Diary Edited by Sam Woolford (Illustration)
Mary S. Young's Journal of Botanical Explorations in Trans-Pecos Texas, August-September, 1914 by B. C. Tharp and Chester V. Kielman (Illustration)
The Map Collection of the Texas State Archives, 1846-1865 Compiled by James M. Day and Ann B. Dunlap
Texas Collection by H. Bailey Carroll
Book Reviews
6,000 Miles of Fence
Confederate Cavalry West of the River
Texas Indian Papers, 1846-1859
The Cattle Kings
The Galveston Era
Catholic Archives of Texas
"Remember the Alamo."
Texas Confederate County Notes and Private Scrip
Contributors

Index

Illustrations
Issue 1
Texas Coastal Defense, 1861-1865: Figure: The Harriet Lane; Photograph: Union Flagship, Westfield
D. A. Orviss: Texas Merchant: Figure: D. A. Orviss; Figure: D. A. Orviss Home, Calvert, Texas (Robertson County); Map: D. A. Orviss Operations in Texas 1868-1874; Reproduction: Petition Form to the U.S. Secretary of the Treasury to reclaim confiscated cotton; Reproduction: Photostat of letter to Mr. E. A. Bush, November 3d, 1872; Reproduction: Photostat of letter to Mr. E. A. Bush, November 3d, 1872 (continued)
Notes and Documents: The Ark of the Covenant of the Texas Declaration of Independence: Photograph: Thomas Stalworth Henderson; Photograph: Dr. Richard Rodgers Peebles; Photograph: Ark of the Covenant of the Texas Declaration of Independence; Photograph: Governor Price Daniel accepts, for the State, custody of the Ark of the Covenant of the Texas Declaration of Independence
Issue 2
Elisabet Ney, Sculptor: Photograph: Elizabet Ney’s bust of herself; Photograph: Elizabet Ney’s bust of Edmund Montgomery; Photograph: Statue of Stephen F. Austin by Elizabet Ney; Photograph: Statue of Sam Houston by Elizabet Ney; Photograph: Statue of Ludwig II of Bavaria by Elizabet Ney; Photograph: Formosa, Elizabet Ney’s studio in Austin
Texas Collection: Photograph: The Heroic statue of Sam Houston which stands in the Masonic Grand Lodge Temple at Waco, Texas; Photograph: Masonic Memorial Temple: Grand Lodge of Texas, A. F. & A. M., at Waco, Texas; Photograph: Governor of Texas Price Daniel and Director of State Archives James M. Day, looking at the manuscript copy of the Texas Constitution of 1876; Photograph: Texas State Archives and Library Building
Issue 3
Hurricane Carla at Galveston, 1961: Map: The most destructive of the three hurricanes cut a path across Galveston Island from the seawall to Galveston Bay; Map: Most of the flooding in Galveston came from Galveston Bay; Photographs: The most devastating destruction was done by the tornado; Photographs: The destructive tornado winds cut a narrow path; Figure: Sunday, September 10, 1961, debris was beginning to accumulate along the seawall; Figure: Breakers reached a height of five stories in front of the Buccaneer Hotel on the afternoon of Sunday, September 10, 1961
Signing of Texas’ Declaration of Independence: Map: 'Washington-on-the-Brazos, Texas, in the times of Jim Johnson, … before the War'; Map: Detail of Jim Johnson’s map showing the location of Washington State Park and the 1899 monument; Figures: Several views of Independence Hall, 1893-1959; Photographs: Washington, Texas, at time of publication; Photographs: Washington State Park at time of publication
Population Trends in the Western Cross Timbers of Texas, 1890-1960: Figure: Heartland Counties of the Western Cross Timbers; Figure: Population Trends of the Heartland, 1890-1960; Figure: Urban and Rural Growth in the Heartland, 1900-1960 Real County: Photograph: A. G. Vogel and his store, the first building constructed in Leakey; Photographs: The First Hotel in Leakey; The Leakey Masonic Lodge, June 24, 1885;
Notes and Documents: Mary S. Young’s Journal of Botanical Explorations in Trans-Pecos Texas: Photograph: Mimms Ranch Headquarters; Photographs: Bladed road five miles north of the Mimms ranch House; Alamito Creek near probable Young crossing; Photographs: Smith and Billingsly ranch houses; Merrill Canyon; Photographs: Pine Canyon; Goat Canyon;
Notes and Documents: Letter from the Texas Secession Convention, 1861: Photograph: Willard Richardson
Issue 4
Notes and Documents: The Burr G. Duval Diary: Photograph: Burr G. Duval; Figure: Duval ‘Buddy’ West, nephew of Burr G. Duval
Notes and Documents: Mary S. Young’s Journal of Botanical Explorations in Trans-Pecos Texas: Photograph: Mary S. Young and Carey Tharp; Photograph: Mary S. Young and Nebuchadnezzar; Photographs: The Candlelaria Road over the Rim Rock; Mary S. Young, her rig and burro team; Photograph: B. C. Tharp contemporary to the journal