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West Texas Historical Review - Authors "B"
Below, alphabetized by author's last name, is a list of articles appearing in the West Texas Historical Review (formerly called The Yearbook). In instances when there is no author given, the article is listed by title:

Authors whose last name begin with "B"

  • Barr, Alwyn.  "Black Cowboys: Background and Roles in Texas": vol. 88: 8.
  • Barton, Barbara.  "Richard Franklin Tankersley: Cattleman, Indian Fighter, and Texas Ranger": vol. 76: 153.
  • Bates, Rick.  "R. C. Crane: One of West Texas' Great Lay Historians": vol. 77: 26.
  • Baumgardner, Karl.  "Gentle Persuasion Gone Awry: An Analysis of the Spanish Attempts to Convert the Indians of Spanish Texas": vol. 87: 52.
  • Becker, John T. "Jack".  "Adaptation, Innovation, and Perseverance: J. P. Morris and the Building of the Rafter-3 Ranch": vol. 74: 34.
  • [Edited by] Becker, Jack and Paul H. Carlson.  "Notes and Documents- 'An Account of a Trip on the Great Plains in 1877'": vol. 84: 169.
  • Becker, Jack.  "Mattie B. Morris Miller: Matriarch, Ranch Woman, and Benefactor": vol. 80: 126.
  • Becker, Jack.  "The Morris Cattle Company: Years of Struggle and Prosperity 1921-1947": vol. 77: 54.
  • Becker, Jack.  "Some Medieval Contributions to the American Southwest: Animal, Environmental, and Vegetable": vol. 84: 138.
  • Beckham, John L.  "Clifton Mott Caldwell: Citizen of Texas": vol. 56: 68.
  • Beesley, C. A.  "Texas Martyr and His Successors, A": vol. 33: 49.
  • "Memoirs of Henry Belding": vol. 29: 79.
  • Belfiglio, Valentine J.  "Early Italian Settlers of Tarrant County, Texas": vol. 64: 88.
  • Belfiglio, Valentine J.  "Public Policy and the Mexican Italians of El Paso County, Texas, 1880-1920": vol. 68: 25.
  • Bellinghausen, Darlene.  "Dora Merrell Stroup: A Panhandle Pioneer": vol. 68: 147.
  • Bellinghausen, Darlene.  "German Ranchwoman on the Brazos, A": vol. 72: 171.
  • Bellinghausen, Darlene.  "Mildred Diller and the Diller Ranch": vol. 69: 151.
  • Bernstein, Geneva M.  "Forgotten Wend, The": vol. 33: 127.
  • Berry, John.  "Mission Hotel at Putnam, Texas, The": vol. 39: 89.
  • Berry, Mrs. John.  "Clyde's Yesterdays": vol. 54: 82.
  • Berry, Mrs. John.  "Excessive Land, An": vol. 62: 145.
  • Berry, Mrs. John.  "Tribute, A": vol. 65: 137.
  • Bickers, Margaret.  "Conserving Chaotic Waters: The Canadian River, 1918-1941": vol. 89: 75.
  • Bielinski, Leo S.  "1903 Thurber Coal Miners' Meeting at Rocky Creek Bridge and its Significance in the Southwest Labor Movement, The": vol. 71: 36.
  • Bielinski, Leo S.  "Beer, Booze, Bootlegging And Bocci Ball In Thurber-Mingus": vol. 59: 75.
  • Bielinski, Leo S.  "The Italian Presence in the Coal Camp of Thurber, Texas,": vol. 80: 33.
  • Bigbee, Joe.  "Goldia Malone: An Early Day Cowgirl": vol. 60: 92.
  • Biggers, Don H.  "Exploration and Tests of Underground Water on the Plains": vol. 17: 77.
  • Biles, Roberta Frances.  "Frame House Era in Northwest Texas, The": vol. 46: 167.
  • Billingsley, William C.  "`Beating, Tarring, and Feathering of E.T. McDonald, The’": vol. 65: 93.
  • Bitner, Grace.  "Early History of the Concho Country and Tom Green County": vol. 9: 3.
  • Bitner, Grace.  "R. F. Tankersley and Family, Pioneers of the Concho Country": vol. 20: 99.
  • Blackburn, Mrs. L. L.  "Early Settlers and Settlements of Callahan County": vol. 23: 13.
  • Blodgett, Jan.  "Crosby County's Year Old Baby: Julian Bassett and the Development of Crosbyton, Texas": vol. 62: 43.
  • Blodgett, Jan.  "Land Promotion and Advertisement in West Texas": vol. 60: 35.
  • Bogener, Steve.  "The World Heavyweight Boxing Championship Bout, 1896, at Langtry, Texas": vol. 74: 47.
  • Bond, Ann Y.  "Wylie, Taylor County, Texas": vol. 62: 130.
  • Boren, Mildred.  "Garza County Murder, A": vol. 67: 122.
  • Boren, Mildred.  "James Minus Boren: Pioneer West Texas Cowman": vol. 64: 113.
  • Boren Sentell, Mildred.  "Another Historical Marker ": vol. 74: 188.
  • Boswell, G. C.  "James Abercrombie Hyder, Dean of West Texas Preachers": vol. 11: 38.
  • Boswell, G. C.  "Some Early Activities Around Mobeetie": vol. 12: 45.
  • [Editor] Bowman, Tim.  "Book Reviews": vol. 89: 182.
  • [Editor] Bowman, Tim.  "Book Reviews": vol. 90: 143.
  • [Editor] Bowman, Tim.  "Book Reviews": vol. 91: 141.
  • [Editor] Bowman, Tim.  "Book Reviews": vol. 92: 152.
  • Boyett, Anetta, and Elizabeth Ann Maxwell.  "Contributions by Junior Historians": vol. 30: 155.
  • Braly, Earl Burk.  "Fort Belknap of the Texas Frontier": vol. 30: 83.
  • Brannon, Barbara A.  "Roscoe P. Conlking: The Man Who Tracked the Butterfield Overland Mail": vol. 92: 41.
  • Brown, Clara.  "Historic Efforts to Solve the Water Problem in the Wilds of the Wichitas": vol. 49: 69.
  • Brown, Lawrence L.  "Beginnings of the Episcopal Church in Western Texas": vol. 38: 19.
  • Brown, Lyle C.  "Tribute to a Texan, Walter Prescott Webb": vol. 39: 93.
  • Brown, Norman D.  "`Dan’s the Man,’ `Me for Ma,’ and `Lynch is a Cinch’: The Gubernatorial Election of 1926 in Texas": vol. 55: 37.
  • Brown, Pat.  "Dugouts, Dooryards, Dirt Tanks and Daffodils (Crosby County 1877-1936) ": vol. 57: 71.
  • Bruce, Leona.  "Block House on Calf Creek, The": vol. 56: 111.
  • Bruce, Leona.  "Little Red Notebook, Bannister Collection, The": vol. 52: 84.
  • Bryant, Dino, Editor.  "Notes and Documents: Statement of Sergeant William L. Umbles at his Court-Martial": vol. 78: 170.
  • Buckner, Kyle Martin.  "History of Brownfield, Texas, The": vol. 19: 64.
  • Buenger, Walter L.  "Enduring Problems in the Interpretation of Post Annexation Texas Politics": vol. 66: 77.
  • Buie, Bernard.  "Mackenzie Trail": vol. 35: 167.
  • Bullard, Drew.  "J. Wright Mooar and the White Buffalo": vol. 91: 58.
  • Burgess, Marvin E.  "Royston Campbell Crane": vol. 32: 149.
  • Burley, Joanne.  "Glenn Biggs and the Establishment of Guadalupe Mountains National Park": vol. 61: 42.
  • Burton, Bob.  "`I Wish We Were Not Called Upon To Act’": The Early Growth of the Santa Fe Railway on the South Plains": vol. 63: 153.
  • Burton, Bob.  "Railroad That Refused to Die: The Gulf, Texas and Western Railway, The": vol. 65: 61.
  • Burton, Bob.  "Railroad Through Spur, The": vol. 73: 113.
  • Byrns, Robert E.  "Days of Departed Glory--San Angelo as a Former Railroad Center": vol. 48: 3.
  • Byrns, Robert E.  "Escal Duke": vol. 61: 147.
  • Byrns, Robert E.  "Presidential Address": vol. 61: 151.
  • Byrns, Robert E.  "Puffing Along the Santa Fe with Conductor John B. Davenport": vol. 49:28.
  • Byrns, Robert E.  "San Angelo's Street Cars": vol. 55: 87.
  • Byrns, Robert E.  "Ubiquitious Mesquite, The": vol. 45: 76.

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