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Vol 13 No. 04 - January 1936
A Description Of Texas Sixty Years Ago
Description of Texas frontier from the New York Times, 1874
Mentions: La Saba * Magee, ...
Vol 13 No. 05 - February 1936
Early Day Mail Lines In TexasBy J. Marvin HunterThere were plenty of trials and thrills for travelers on early day ...
Vol 13 No. 06 - March 1936
Liberty Dawned When The Alamo Fell
The final revolt that gave Texas her freedom began in the spring of 1835, and ...
Vol 13 No. 07 - April 1936
The Battle Of San Jacinto
This account of the battle that ended Texas’ great struggle for independence portrays the background ...
Vol 13 No. 08 - May 1936
The Cradle Of Texas History
Emma D. Carter, Dallas, Texas.
Account of the little band of a few hundred pioneers ...
Vol 13 No. 09 - June 1936
Indian Raid In Bandera County
By James B. Gibson, El Paso, Texas.
Account of event that occurred in February, 1873 when ...
Vol 13 No. 10 - July 1936
Old Indianola, Once Important Seaport
Account of the ill-fated Texas seaport town of Indianola, destroyed by the devastating storms of 1875 ...
Vol 13 No. 11 - August 1936
Dr. Robert T. Hill, Texas' Own Geologist
Account of Dr. Hill, a man ripe in honors and scientific achievement and ...
Vol 13 No. 12 - September 1936
The Story Of A Young Emigrant's Suffering
Account of a settler, a Scotchman, "McLeod" and his Irish wife Nora, who ...
Vol 14 No. 01 - October 1936
Honeymoon On The Old Cattle Trail
By T. U. Taylor, Austin, Texas
IN THE spring of 1886, Mary O. Taylor of ...
Vol 14 No. 02 - November 1936
The Indian Hollow Fight In Llano County
By Joe V. Latham.
INDIAN HOLLOW is situated in the southeastern part of ...
Vol 14 No. 03 - December 1936
Big Celebration At Denison In 1874
By W. W. Hornbeck, Mountain Home, Texas.
Account describes the events associated with the arrival ...