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West Texas Historical Review - Authors "H"
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 "H"

  • Haes, Brenda. "The T-Anchor Ranch and Fort Sill, Oklahoma Territory:  The Cowboys and the Indians": vol. 81: 33.
  • Haggard, Tiffany. "Rural Revolution: South Plains Cotton Farmers and Federal Farm Legislation, 1929-1936": vol. 76: 126.
  • Haggard, Tiffany M. "West Texas Congressmen and Their Constituents During the First Hundred Days of the New Deal": vol. 75: 32.
  • Hale, Duane K. "Ralph A. Smith: Gentleman, Educator, Scholar": vol. 72: 177. 177-192.
  • Hale , Duane K. "Riddle of the Big Country’s Stone Maps Remains Unsolved": vol. 74: 15.
  • Hale, Duane K. "Silver Boom of Brown County in 1879, The": vol. 54: 65.
  • Hale, Duane Kendall. "Cyrus N. Ray: The Abilene Man": vol. 55: 17.
  • Haley, J. Evetts. "Grass Fires of the Southern Plains": vol. 5: 24.
  • Hall, Esther Jane Wood, Dr. "Cowboy Remedies on the Trail": vol. 41: 31.
  • Hammond, Jim. "The Family Forts on the Southern Plains": vol. 88: 33.
  • Hammons, Anne. "West Texas Delegates to the State Constitutional Convention of 1875": vol. 12: 56.
  • Hamrick, Alma Ward. "Forty Years of Pioneering in San Saba County, 1846-1886": vol. 11: 9.
  • Hancock, William Box. "Trail Life": vol. 44: 106.
  • Hardman, Peggy.  "Building a Place of their Own: The Kerrville State Sanatorium for 'Negroes'": vol. 85: 121.
  • Harper, Carl. "Building the Santa Fe Railroad Through the South Plains": vol. 11: 73.
  • Harper, Cecil 0., Jr. "Before They Were Populists: Politics and Politicians in Jack County, 1884-1892": vol. 53: 106.
  • Harrison, Lowell H. "Adobe Walls, Frontier Enterprise": vol. 46: 14.
  • Hartley, Thomas J. "Crow Family of Hamlin, Texas--1940-1945, The": vol. 69: 89.
  • Hartsfield, Loy William. "Brief History of Breckenridge and the Stephens County Oil Fields, A": vol. 12: 100.
  • Haskew, Eula. "Stribling and Kirkland of Fort Griffin": vol. 32: 55.
  • Hatcher, Averlyne M. "Water Problem of the Matador Ranch, The": vol. 20: 51.
  • Hatcher, John H. "Founding of Dyess Air Force Base, The": vol. 39: 28.
  • Hatfield, Charles A. P., Colonel, U.S. Army retired. "Comanche, Kiowa, and Cheyenne Campaign in Northwest Texas and MacKenzie’s Fight in the Palo Duro Canyon, September 26, 1874, The": vol. 5: 128.
  • Hatfield, Thomas M. "Drought and Texas Cities": vol. 40: 40.
  • Hathorn, Billy.  "Land, Cattle, and Settlement: Timothy Dwight Hobart and the Shaping of the Texas Panhandle, 1855-1935": vol. 92: 78.
  • Hathorn, Billy.  "Mayor Ernest Angelo, Jr., of Midland and the 96-0 Reagan Sweep of Texas, May 1, 1976": vol. 86: 77.
  • Hathorn, Billy.  "Mayor Jim Reese of Odessa and the Republican Party in the Permian Basin": vol. 87: 127.
  • Hathorn, Billy.  "Roy Bean, Temple Houston, Bill Longley, Ranald Mackenzie, Buffalo Bill Jr., and the Texas Rangers: Depictions of West Texans in Series Television, 1955-1967": vol. 89: 102.
  • Havins, T. R. "Activities of Company E, Frontier Batallion, Texas Rangers, 1874-1880": vol. 11: 62.
  • Havins, T. R. "Frontier Era in Brown County, The": vol. 13: 64.
  • Havins, T. R. "Frontier Missionary Difficulties": vol. 15: 54.
  • Havins, T. R. "Livestock and Texas Law": vol. 36: 18.
  • Havins, T. R. "Missionary Efforts of Noah T Byars, The": vol. 10: 3.
  • Havins, T. R. "Passing of the Frontier in Brown County, The": vol. 8: 43.
  • Havins, T. R. "Sheepmen-Cattlemen Antagonisms on the Texas Frontier": vol. 18: 10.
  • Havins, T. R. "Texas Sheep Boom": vol. 28: 3.
  • Hawkins, Rusty.  "Alson Asa Meredith and John C. Williams Generations Apart, Water in Common": vol. 83: 111.
  • Hawkins, Rusty.  "A Promise Kept:  The Canadian River Municipal Water Authority": vol. 81: 19.
  • Hayne, Frank H. "Early Days in Parmer County": vol. 23: 25.
  • Hayter, Delmar. "Early Development of the Pecos River Valley of New Mexico and Texas, 1880-1900, The": vol. 62: 69.
  • Hayter, Delmar. "Pioneer Women of West Texas in the Early Twentieth Century": vol. 65: 78.
  • Hazel, Sybal. "Prohibition Campaign of 1911": vol. 18: 92.
  • Head, Alberta Fitzpatrick. "General Arnold Comes to Avenger Field": vol. 50: 92.
  • Head, Alberta. "Nolan's Marvelous Decade": vol. 59: 98.
  • Henderson, E. W. "Buffalo Hump, a Comanche Diplomat": vol. 35: 112.
  • Henegar, Lucielle. "Beating Swords into Ploughshares: Hereford Military Reservation and Reception Center": vol. 62: 14.
  • Henry, F. P. "The Controversy Over the Incorporation of Impact, Texas": vol. 49: 114.
  • Hicks, I. 0. "Hundredth Meridian and the Texas-Oklahoma Boundary in the Panhandle, The": vol. 14: 106.
  • Hill, Frank P. "South Plains and Our Indian History, The": vol. 12: 34.
  • Hill, Jim Dan. "Emergence of Historical Associations, The": vol. 57: 133.
  • Hinkle, Mary Nell and Betty Rathjen, editors.  "Notes and Documents- 'An Outing near Sanderson, Texas in 1915'": vol. 85: 231.
  • Hinton, Harwood P. "Life and Death on the Goodnight-Loving Trail": vol. 70: 102.
  • Hoffman, Allen W. "Findings Along a Segment of the California Trail of 1849": vol. 33: 105.
  • Holcomb, Bob C. "Joe Bailey and Agrarian Reform in the Congressional Election Of 1890": vol. 46: 63.
  • Holden, W. C. "Coronado's Route Across the Staked Plains": vol. 20: 3.
  • Holden, W. C.  "Frontier Defense, 1846-1860": vol. 6: 35.
  • Holden, W. C.  "Immigration and Settlement in West Texas": vol. 5: 72.
  • Holden, W. C.  "Problem of Stealing on the Spur Ranch, The": vol. 8: 25.
  • Holden, W. C. "Robert Cypret Parrack, Buffalo Hunter and Fence Cutter": vol. 21: 29.
  • Holden, W. C.  "The Buffalo of the Plains Area": vol. 2: 8.
  • Holden, W. C., editor.  "Spur Ranch Diary, 1887, A": vol. 7: 68.
  • Holden, W. C.  "Frontier Defense in Texas During the Civil War": vol. 4: 16.
  • Holden, W. C. "Possibilities of Literature in Local History": vol. 1: 25.
  • Holt, David.  "Our Dream Was to Have a Home: The Pioneer Experience in Hutchinson County and the Texas West," vol. 80: 77.
  • Holt, R. D.  "Introduction of Barbed Wire into Texas and the Fence Cutting War, The": vol. 6: 65.
  • Holt, R. D.  "School Land Rushes in West Texas": vol. 10: 42.
  • Holt, R. D.  "Texas Had Hot County Elections": vol. 24: 3.
  • Holt, R.D.  "Saga of Barbed Wire in the Tom Green Country, The": vol. 4: 32.
  • Honea, Jacqueline B.  "Oklahoma Black Blizzard, April 14, 1935, The": vol. 69: 142.
  • Hooks, Michael Q.  "Recording West Texas Lands: The Role of the General Land Office": vol. 62: 29.
  • Hooks, Michael Q.  "Southwest Collection Update: A Decade Report": vol. 53: 121.
  • Hoover, D. Sandy, editor.  "Notes and Documents- W. F. Cummins' Report on the Possible Origins of the Name, Llano Estacado," vol. 80: 184.
  • Hoover, Sandy.  "Searching for Meaning in the 'Llano Estacado": vol. 81: 90.
  • House, Kurt.  "Early History of Live Oak County, Texas, An": vol. 57: 84.
  • Howarth, Jacob.  "Letter, Experiences of an Ex-Soldier": vol. 2: 3.
  • Howell, D. S.  "Along the Texas Frontier During the Civil War": vol. 13: 82.
  • Howell, Kenneth Wayne.  "New Western History, New Western Historians, and the Attempt to Define the West as a Region" vol. 78: 89.
  • Howsley, Marilynne. "Forting Up on the Texas Frontier During the Civil War": vol. 17: 71.
  • Huber, Armin 0. "Frederic Armand Strubberg, Alias Dr. Shubbert, Town-Builder, Physician and Adventurer, 1806-1889": vol. 38: 37.
  • Hubert, H. G. (Virginia H. Taylor, contributor) "Notes on Coleman County History": vol. 34: 128.
  • Hughes, Patrick L.  "West Texas Swing: Roosevelt Purge in the Land of the Lone Star?" vol. 75: 41.
  • Hughes, Pollyanna B. "James Rufus Gaut: Pioneer Panhandle Editor": vol. 43: 118.
  • Hume, Gladys. "Cattle Brands at the West Texas Rehabilitation Center": vol. 68: 171.
  • Humphries, Hollie.  "Philosophical and Aesthetic Paradigms Prevalent in the Art of West Texas and the Llano Estacado" vol. 77: 99.
  • Hunt, Alex.  "The McCorkle Debacle: A JA Land Fraud Case": vol. 90: 20.
  • Hunter, J. Marvin. "Battle of Dove Creek, The": vol. 10: 74.
  • Hunter, J. Marvin. "Lottie Deno I Knew, The": vol. 23: 30.
  • Hunter, J. Marvin. "Preserving the History of Our Pioneers": vol.3: 13.
  • Hutto, John R. "Big Spring and Vicinity": vol. 8: 75.
  • Hutto, John R. "General Simon Godell Griffin": vol. 17: 94.
  • Hutto, John R. "German and Catholic Colony of Mariensfeld, The": vol. 9: 24.
  • Hutto, John R. "Living on Three Frontiers: Mrs. Martha Jane Conway": vol. 25: 104.
  • Hutto, John R. "Mrs. Elizabeth (Aunt Hank) Smith": vol. 15: 40.
  • Hutto, John R. "Pioneering of the Texas and Pacific": vol. 12: 124.
  • Hutto, John R. "Review of the Work of the West Texas Historical Association. A": vol. 15: 150.
  • Hutto, John R. "Sweetwater Meeting, The": vol. 8: 136.
  • Hutto, John R. "T-Diamond Brand, The": vol. 22: 81.
  • Hutto, John R. "Uncle John Marlin": vol. 4: 105.

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