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West Texas Historical Review - Yearbook, Authors "C"
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 "C"

  • Camp, Harman.  "John Ringo in Texas: Much Hoo Doo About Nothing.": vol. 86: 33.
  • Campbell, Suzanne.  "Annie Black and the Soiled Doves of San Angelo": vol. 83: 45.
  • Campbell, Suzanne.  "John W. Twohig, Irishman, Banker, and Texas Patriot": vol. 81: 131.
  • Campbell, T. N., and William T. Field.  "Identification of' Comanche Raiding Trails in Trans-Pecos Texas": vol. 44: 128.
  • Campbell, W. M., Dr. "Medicine Then and Now": vol. 32: 49.
  • Cano, Alexander Soto.  "The Mexican American Community of Knickerbocker, Texas, 1880 to 1920" vol. 79: 24.
  • Cantu, Valeriano. "Post Training School: The Result of Two Idealists, The": vol. 71: 59.
  • Caraway, John.  "'Beauties in Sheep's Clothing:' San Angelo and Miss Wool, 1952-1972": vol. 91: 48.
  • Caraway, John.  "Dallas Scarborough: Abilene Attorney and Civic Leader": vol. 86: 53.
  • Caraway, John.  "The Texas Mohair Industry and the Seven Year Drought of the 1950's": vol. 84: 74.
  • Carlson, Erik.  "Carl G. Cromwell and Cromwell Airlines: The Dawn of Commercial Aviation in West Texas, 1928-1931" vol. 79: 89.
  • Carlson, Lowell H. "Development of the Cotton Stripper": vol. 50: 76.
  • Carlson, Paul H. "Abilene and the 1928 Annual Meeting of the West Texas Historical Association," vol. 80: 66.
  • Carlson, Paul H.  "Bankers and Sheepherders in West Texas": vol. 61: 5.
  • Carlson, Paul H.  "Black Sunday--The South Plains Dust Blizzard of April 14, 1935": vol. 67: 5.
  • Carlson, Paul.  "Discovery of Silver in West Texas, The": vol. 54: 55.
  • Carlson, Paul H.  "The Nicolette Hotel and the Founding of Lubbock": vol. 90: 8.
  • [Introduction by] Carlson, Paul H.  "Notes and Documents- Jose Piedad Tafoya's Testimony on Behalf of Charles Goodnight in 1893": vol. 83: 188.
  • [Edited by] Carlson, Paul H.  "Notes, Documents, and Sundries - Document to Create Modern Lubbock": vol. 90: 136.
  • [Edited by] Carlson, Paul.  "Notes, Documents, and Sundries - Itinerary of a Scout Across the Llano Estacado in 1875": vol. 91: 130.
  • Carlson, Paul H. "Sheepherders and Cowboys: A Comparison of Life-Styles in West Texas": vol. 58: 19.
  • Carlson, Paul H.  "Texas Background--Spanish Or American?, The ": vol. 52: 61.
  • Carlson, Paul H.  "William R. Shafter Commanding Black Troops in West Texas": vol. 50: 104.
  • Carlson, Paul.  "William Black and the Beginning of the West Texas Angora Goat Industry": vol. 56: 3.
  • Carnes, Rebecca.  "Borden County Ribbon Wars, The": vol. 66: 108.
  • Carnes, Rebecca. "When Fact Becomes Legend: West Texas Folk Heroes": vol. 67: 84.
  • Carroll, H. B.  "Coronado’s Step-Children: Social Life in the Early South Plains": vol. 9: 60.
  • Carroll, H. B.  Book Review; W. P. Webb, The Great Plains: vol. 8: 139.
  • Carroll, H. Bailey.  "Some New Mexico--West Texas Relationships, 1541-1841": vol. 14: 92.
  • Carrow, Catherine Ikard.  "Amusements for Men and Women in Texas in the 1880's": vol. 23: 77.
  • Cashion, Ty.  "Life on Government Hill: Fort Griffin Before the Boom": vol. 70: 113.
  • Cashion, Ty.  "Resurrecting the Western Hero: The Case of James A. Brock": vol. 72: 7.
  • Chalk, Sam L.  A letter written to R. C. Crane. "Early Experiences in the Abilene Country": vol. 4: 93.
  • Chambers, Clint.  "'Dear Sam...' The Letters of an Old Army Scout: Jack Stilwell to Sigmund Schlesinger": vol. 74:75.
  • Chambers, Clint E.  "Dora Lynne Stokes: A West Texan's Legacy to the Humanitarian-Idealism of the 1950's and 1960's": vol. 71: 73.
  • Chambers, Clint E.  "Jack Stilwell, a Teenager on the Santa Fe Trail, 1863-1866": vol. 84: 20.
  • Chambers, Clint E.  "S. E. (Jack) Stilwell and the Court-Martial of William H. Beck": vol. 68: 76.
  • Chambers, Clint E.  "Simpson Everett 'Jack' Stillwell: Teamster, Hunter, Frontier Scout, Cowboy, Lawman and Judge": vol. 87: 84.
  • Chambers, Clint E.  "Using the Testimony of S.E. Stilwell in The United States vs. The State of Texas to Scout the Life of "Jack" Stilwell": vol. 67: 111.
  • Chambers, Clint.  "Fort Sill's Emissaries to the Quahada Comanches on the Staked Plains, 1875": vol. 72: 58.
  • Chapman, Karla J., PeeWee Roberson and Stacy A. Jacob.  "Rabid Advocates for Fair Play in Football: H. J. Lutcher Stark and L. Theo Bellmont's Vision Becomes the Southwest Conference": vol. 87: 153.
  • Chase, Ralph.  "Circle of Wagons, A (An Historical Essay Fostered by the Epidemic of Poliomyelitis at San Angelo, Texas in the Year 1949) ": vol. 66: 98.
  • Chatham, Russell.  "World War I: The Letters of a Country School Teacher to His Girl": vol. 72: 158.
  • Chenoweth, Dean.  "Houston Harte--Journalistic Giant": vol. 57: 107.
  • Chenoweth, Dean.  "J. Manse Patton, a Concho Banker": vol. 55: 81.
  • Christian, Garna L.  "Adding on Fort Bliss to Black Military Historiography": vol. 54: 41.
  • Christian, Garna.  "'Dear Carl, Dear Ralph:' Correspondence of an Uncommon Friendship": vol. 84: 153.
  • Christian, Garna L.  "Rio Grande City: Prelude to the Brownsville Raid": vol. 57: 118.
  • Christian, Garna L.  "Twenty-Fifth Regiment at Fort Mcintosh: Precursor to Retaliatory Racial Violence, The": vol. 55: 149.
  • Churchill, Frances M.  "Notes on the Native Grasslands of West Central Texas Since 1854": vol. 31: 54.
  • Clack, Tommie.  "Buffalo Gap College": vol. 35: 132.
  • Clark, Robert W.  "Thomas A. Hickey: Texas Socialist and Oilman": vol. 66: 129.
  • Clark, Robin.  "F. Vandervoort: The Judge Who Wasn't a Judge": vol. 86: 92.
  • Clayton, Lawrence, and Morris Ledbetter. "John Calvin Ledbetter/S.W. Wesley: One Indian Captivity Story or Two? ": vol. 60: 83.
  • Clayton, Lawrence, editor.  "History in West Texas": vol. 65: 141.
  • Clayton, Lawrence, editor.  "History in West Texas": vol. 66: 166.
  • Clayton, Lawrence, editor.  "History in West Texas": vol. 67: 134.
  • Clayton, Lawrence.  "Cowboys and Buckaroos: Two Faces of the Same Figure": vol. 64: 107.
  • Clayton, Lawrence.  "Factuality Versus Artistic License in Western Folk Songs": vol. 58: 176.
  • Clayton, Lawrence.  "Folk Column: A Prospectus, The": vol. 57: 144.
  • Clayton, Lawrence.  "Graves Peeler and the Longhorn": vol. 69: 157.
  • Clayton, Lawrence.  "Historical Legends, Folktales, and West Texas": vol. 59: 161.
  • Clayton, Lawrence.  "Ice Man Comes to Ft. Griffin: An Oral History from the 1930's, The": vol. 61: 141.
  • Clayton, Lawrence.  "March to Monterrey: The Diaryof LieutenantRankin Dilworth, The": vol. 68: 55.
  • Clayton, Lawrence.  "Mountain Man in West Texas, The": vol. 63: 118.
  • Clayton, Lawrence.  "Nig London, Throckmorton County Cowman": vol. 67: 94.
  • Clayton, Lawrence.  "Ronnie Gill, Log Cabin Builder: A Study in Material Folklore": vol. 62: 98.
  • Clayton, Lawrence.  "Saga of the Stone Ranch, The": vol. 65: 70.
  • Clayton, Lawrence.  "Some Evidences of Humor on the Western Frontier": vol. 54: 10.
  • Clayton, Lawrence.  "Some Personal Comments on Literature and West Texas" vol. 76: 33.
  • Clayton, Lawrence.  "Today's Cowboy: Coping with a Myth": vol. 60: 178.
  • Cockrell, Fred.  "Making of the Constitution of 1875, The": vol. 5: 116.
  • Cockrell, Fred.  "Pioneering in Politics on the Plains": vol. 6: 94.
  • Coleman, P. C., Dr.  "Experiences of a Pioneer Doctor": vol. 7: 35.
  • Collett, James.  "It Matters Not: Camp Cooper, Texas, 1861": vol. 88: 133.
  • Collett, James.  "Tour of Duty: The West Texas Service of Stephen Carpenter": vol. 85: 193.
  • Collins, Gladys.  "Spanish West Texas, 1735-1769": vol. 7: 95.
  • Collins, Marilyn.  "'Coin' Harvey's Ozark Trails Association: Early Road Markers Preserved in Texas": vol. 85: 168.
  • Collins, Michael L.  "Big Tree and the Kiowa Red River Raid of 1868": vol. 64: 21.
  • Collins, Michael L.  "For Gallantry in Action: James B. Dosher and the Battle of the Little Wichita" vol. 78: 73.
  • Colwell, James L.  "Wings Over West Texas: Pecos Army Air Field in World War II": vol. 63: 42.
  • Connally, Grace M.  "Bar-S Ranch, The": vol. 33: 94.
  • Connellee, C. U.  "Some Experiences of a Pioneer Surveyor": vol. 6: 80.
  • "Briefer Articles and News": vol. 31: 132. The Southwest Collection At Texas Tech, Seymour V. Conner; Samuel A. Maverick, H. Bailey Carroll; The Bode Family; The Longhorns, tribute by N. M. George; Fort Belknap.
  • Connor, Seymour V.  "Mendoza-Lopez Expedition and Location of San Clemente, The": vol. 45: 3.
  • Conselman, Frank B.  "Permian Basin--From Desert to Energy Empire, The": vol. 50: 21.
  • Cooper, Dana.  "Where are the Soldiers in Twentieth-Century Texas? A West Texas Community Study": vol. 82: 52.
  • Cotner, Robert C.  "Attorney General Hogg and the Acceptance of the State Capitol: A Reappraisal": vol. 25: 50.
  • Cotton, Fred R.  "Log Cabins of the Parker County Region": vol. 29: 96.
  • Cotton, J. B.  "Securing Land From the State in West Texas": vol. 35: 125.
  • Cox, Ed T.  "Early Days in Eastland County": vol. 17: 83.
  • Cox, Mike.  "Battle of the Painted Rocks: Scraping off the Layers" vol. 78: 151.
  • Crane, Mamie D.  "Sorosis Club of' Sweetwater, Texas, 1899-1950, The": vol. 26: 76.
  • Crane, R. C.  "Beginning of Hardin-Simmons University, The": vol. 16: 61.
  • Crane, R. C.  "Claims of West Texas to Recognition By Historians, The": vol. 12: 11.
  • Crane, R. C.  "Early Days in Fisher County": vol. 6: 124.
  • Crane, R. C.  "Early Days in Sweetwater": vol. 8: 97.
  • Crane, R. C.  "Ghost Towns of West Texas": vol. 17: 3.
  • Crane, R. C.  "Golden Anniversaries in West Texas": vol. 14: 103.
  • Crane, R. C.  "Historical Items: Damage Claims for Attacks on Warren's Wagon Trains; Crucial Times in West Texas; A Mexican Lion Hunt in 1887": vol. 21: 72.
  • Crane, R. C.  "In Memoriam: Judge Fred Cockrell; Mrs. James K. Duke; Captain Jack E. Elgin": vol. 14: 137.
  • Crane, R. C.  "Incidents of Pioneer Railroading, Cowboys and Locomotive Firemen": vol. 26: 84.
  • Crane, R. C.  "Letters from Texas": vol. 25: 110.
  • Crane, R. C.  "Losses of the Texas Public Schools and the University Through the Sale of Oil Lands": vol. 22: 89.
  • Crane, R. C.  "Major George H. Thomas on the Trail of Indians in 1860": vol. 20: 77.
  • Crane, R. C.  "Old Man Keeler": vol. 4: 100.
  • Crane, R. C.  "Press in the Development of West Texas, The": vol. 24: 64.
  • Crane, R. C.  "Railroads and Community Rivalries; Chapters from the Inside Story of the Orient and Santa Fe in West Texas": vol. 19: 3.
  • Crane, R. C.  "Robert E. Lee's Expedition in the Upper Brazos and Colorado Country": vol. 13: 53.
  • Crane, R. C.  "Santa Anna and the Aftermath of San Jacinto": vol. 11: 56.
  • Crane, R. C.  "Some Notes On West Texas History": vol. 17: 125.
  • Crane, R. C.  "Some Recent Books by West Texans, or Dealing with West Texas": vol. 15: 154.
  • Crane, R. C.  "Stage-Coaching in the Concho Country": vol. 10: 58.
  • Crane, R. C.  "Trail Blazing Pioneers of West Texas are Passing Away, The": vol. 5: 137.
  • Crane, R. C.  "West Texas Agricultural and Mechanical College Movement and the Founding of Texas Technological College, The": vol. 7: 3.
  • Crane, R. C.  "West Texas Trail Blazers": vol. 22: 60.
  • Crane, R. C.  "When West Texas Was in the Making": vol. 23: 46.
  • Crane, R. C., contributor.  "D. W. Wallace ("80 John"); A Negro Cattleman on the Texas Frontier": vol. 28: 113.
  • Crane, R. C., introduction by.  "Report of Captain R. B. Marcy on His Exploration of Indian Territory and Northwest Texas": vol. 14: 116.
  • Crane, R.C.  "The Settlement of the Indian Troubles in West Texas, 1874-1875": vol. 1: 3.
  • Cravens, John N.  "Anniversary Celebrations": vol. 36: 201.
  • Cravens, John N.  "Two Miners and Their Families in the Thurber-Strawn Coal Mines, 1905-1918": vol. 45: 115.
  • Crawford, Henry B.  "George W. Singer and Dry Goods Retailing on the West Texas--South Plains Frontier: 1880-1890": vol. 69: 18.
  • Crawford, Patrick.  "Tracking Ancient Beasts: The Saga of the Glen Rose Dinosaur Footprints": vol. 87: 35.
  • Crider, Jonathan B.  "Desertion and Race in the Llano Estacado: The Trial of William L. Umbles, Buffalo Solder": vol. 85: 153.
  • Crimmins, Col. M. L.  "General Nelson A. Miles in Texas": vol. 23: 36.
  • Crimmins, Col. M. L.  "Storming of San Antonio De Bexar in 1835, The": vol. 22: 95.
  • Crimmins, M. L., Col.  "Augustus William Magee, the Second Advance Courier of American Expansion to Texas": vol. 20: 92.
  • Crimmins, M. L., Col.  "Colonel Charles Anderson Opposed Secession in San Antonio": vol. 29: 67. Colonel M. L. Crimmins.
  • Crimmins, M. L., Col.  "First Line of Army Posts Established in West Texas in 1849, The": vol. 19: 121.
  • Crimmins, M. L., Col.  "First Sergeant John W. Spangler, Company H, Second United States Cavalry": vol. 26: 68.
  • Crimmins, M. L., Col.  "General Albert J. Myer: The Father of the Signal Corps": vol. 29: 47. Colonel Martin L. Crimmins.
  • Crimmins, M. L., Col.  "General MacKenzie and Fort Concho": vol. 10: 16.
  • Crimmins, M. L., Col.  "General Randolph B. Marcy's Last Tour of Texas": vol. 25: 74.
  • Crimmins, M. L., Col.  "Military History of Camp Colorado, The": vol. 28: 71.
  • Crimmins, M. L., Col.  "What General Robert E. Lee’s Generals Thought of Him": vol. 12: 95.
  • Crimmins, M. L., Col., Contributor.  "Shafter’s Explorations in Western Texas, 1875": vol. 9: 82.
  • Crimmins, M. L., Col.  "Captain Nolan’s Lost Troop on the Staked Plains": vol. 10: 68.
  • Crimmins, M. L., Colonel, contributor.  "Major Hamilton Wilcox Merrill in Texas": vol. 13: 96.
  • Crimmins, M. L., Colonel, editor.  "Extract From the Diary of Charles A. Crosby": vol. 17: 100.
  • Crimmins, M. L., Colonel.  "Camp Cooper and Fort Griffin, Texas": vol. 17: 32.
  • Crimmins, M. L., Colonel.  "Experiences of an Army Surgeon at Fort Chadbourne": vol. 15: 31.
  • Crimmins, M. L., Colonel.  "General John E. Wool in Texas": vol. 18: 47.
  • Crimmins, M. L., Colonel.  "History of La Villita, The": vol. 16: 130.
  • Crimmins, M. L., Colonel.  "Major Earl Van Dorn in Texas": vol. 16: 121.
  • Crimmins, M. L., Colonel.  "Major George H. Thomas in Texas": vol. 14: 73.
  • Crimmins, M. L., Colonel.  "Robert E. Lee in Texas: Letters and Diary": vol. 8: 3.
  • Crimmins, M. L., Colonel.  "Second Dragoon Indian Campaign in Texas, The": vol. 21: 50.
  • Crimmins, Martin L., Col.  "'Jack' Hayes' Story of Fitzhugh Lee's Indian Fight": vol. 13: 40.
  • Crist, Lynda Lasswell.  "Walter Prescott Webb’s Expansive Frontier": vol. 53: 73.
  • Crum, Tom.  "Camp Cooper, a Different Look": vol. 68: 62.
  • Crum, Tom.  "Folklorization of the Battle on Pease River": vol. 72: 69.
  • Crum, Tom.  "A Lawyer Looks at Historical Research" vol. 79: 170.
  • Crum, Tom.  "West Texas" vol. 76: 16.
  • Cummins, Victoria.  "James Swann in West Texas: An Artist in the Making at Sul Ross" vol. 88: 18.
  • Cunningham, J. F.  "Experiences of A Pioneer District Attorney": vol. 8: 126.
  • Curtsinger, Louise C.  "Career of Judge William P. Ballinger, The": vol. 18: 54.
  • Cutter, Paul F.  "Texas Technological College Artist Course: A Cultural Beacon on the Plains of West Texas, 1925-1930, The": vol. 68:134.
  • Cutter, Paul F.  "Why Not a Band: The Early History of the Bands in Lubbock, Texas, 1904-1909": vol. 60: 144.
  • Cutter, Paul.  "Trials and Tribulations: Lubbock's Municipal Bands After World War I": vol. 67: 31.
  • Crum, Tom.  "A Lawyer Looks at Historical Research" vol. 79: 170.

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