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West Texas Historical Review - Authors "S"
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 "S"

  • Saffell, Cameron L.  "From Wagon to Module: New Ways of Handling Harvested Cotton": vol. 73: 46.
  • Sanchez, Juan 0.  "Walkout Cabrones! The Uvalde School Walkout of 1970": vol. 68: 122.
  • Sanders, George W.  "Old Time Trail Drivers of Texas": vol. 5: 142.
  • Saunders, Thomas L.  "Six-Man Football Comes to Texas: The Fisher County Six-Man Football League of 1936:" vol. 86: 62.
  • Savage, D. Keith.  "Early Record of Big Country Dentistry": vol. 74:85.
  • Scannell, Jack C.  "Survey of the Stagecoach Mail in the Trans-Pecos, 1850-1861, A": vol. 47: 115.
  • Scarborough, Jewel Davis.  "Taylor County and Its Name": vol. 30: 73.
  • Schofield, Donald F.  "Making of a West Texas Ghost Town, The": vol. 61: 30.
  • Schott, Christine.  "Gustavus Schleicher; A Representative of the Early German Emigrants in Texas": vol. 28: 50.
  • Schultz, Marvin E.  "Last Hunt: The Killing of the Buffalo in the Concho Region, 1876-1878": vol. 59: 133.
  • Schultz, Marvin.  "Lone Star Justice: Judicial Reform and the Texas Revolution": vol. 66: 66.
  • Schuster, Stephen W., IV.  "Modernization of the Texas Rangers: 1933-1936, The": vol. 43: 65.
  • Scott, David.  "The Train Crash at Crush, Texas": vol. 81: 124.
  • Scruggs, Guy A.  "Abilene Christian College": vol. 21: 3.
  • Sentell, Mildred B.  "A History of Lake Alan Henry" vol. 79: 68.
  • Settle, S. E.  "Early Days in Callahan County": vol. 12: 81.
  • Sewell, Ernestine P.  "Real "Anabasis of Captain" Robson, The": vol. 48: 123.
  • Sheffield, Wes J.  "U. S. Army Primary Helicopter School, Fort Wolters, Texas 1956-1973": vol. 83: 55.
  • Sheffy, L. F.  "Old Mobeetie--The Capital of the Panhandle": vol. 6: 3.
  • Sherfessee, Charles M.  "Paint Rock Site and Its Cultural Significance, The": vol. 40: 28.
  • Sherill, R. E.  "Early Days in Haskell County": vol. 3: 20.
  • Shirley, Ruth Ann.  "'Prisoners Among Prisoners:' Conflicts at Camp Barkeley, Texas": vol. 85: 217.
  • Sibley, Marilyn McAdams.  "With Albert Sidney Johnston in West Texas: Austin to Fort Chadbourne, March 1855": vol. 40: 121.
  • "C. R. Simmons": vol. 34: 149.
  • Skaggs, Jimmy M.  "Economic Impact of Trailing: One Aspect, The": vol. 43: 18.
  • Skaggs, Jimmy M.  "Frontier Business Diversification: The Webb and Hill Company of Albany, Texas": vol. 44: 26.
  • Skaggs, Jimmy M.  "Once Upon a Time in West Texas: Charles J. Finger": vol. 71: 144.
  • Skaggs, Jimmy M.  "Route of the Great Western (Dodge City) Cattle Trail, The": vol. 41: 131.
  • Skaggs, Jimmy M., editor.  "Reminiscences of Lydia Louise Mooar": vol. 45: 171.
  • Sledge, Robert.  "Girl Editor of the Plains: Cleffie Watson, the Slatonite, and the Ku Klux Klan": vol. 92: 24.
  • Sledge, Robert W.  "The First West Texas Weatherman: Isaac M. Cline and West Texas Weather": vol. 89: 89.
  • Sledge, Robert W.  "Lytle Gap: A West Texas Frontier Mission, 1879-1889": vol. 56: 117.
  • Smallwood, James.  "Southern Plains and the Expansion of the Cotton Kingdom, The": vol. 56: 35.
  • Smith, Brooke.  "Industrial Development of Brownwood, The": vol. 11: 3.
  • Smith, Bryan L.  "Desegregation in West Texas: The United States v. ISD Case": vol. 69: 59.
  • Smith, David P.  "Frontier Defense and the Cooke County Raid, 1863": vol. 64: 30.
  • Smith, Glenn.  "Drought in Runnels County: 1915-1918": vol. 40: 52.
  • Smith, Glenn.  "Fence Cutting and Stage Robbing in Runnels County": vol. 41: 42.
  • Smith, Glenn.  "Some Early Runnels County History, 1858-1885": vol. 42: 111.
  • Smith, L. F., Col.  "First Settlers and the Organization of Floyd, Hale, and Lubbock Counties, The": vol. 6: 17.
  • "Ralph A. Smith": vol. 65: 139.
  • Smith, Ralph A.  "`Long’ Webster and ‘The Vile Industry of Selling Scalps’": vol. 37: 99.
  • Smith, Ralph A.  "Border Captives": vol. 64: 5.
  • Smith, Ralph A.  "Bounty Power Against West Texas Indians ": vol. 49: 40.
  • Smith, Ralph A.  "Comanche Invasion of Mexico in the Fall of 1845, The": vol. 35: 3.
  • Smith, Ralph A.  "Comanche Sun Over Mexico, The": vol. 46: 25.
  • Smith, Ralph A.  "Crucial Role of Prairie Coal, The": vol. 57: 3.
  • Smith, Ralph A.  "Making of the Picket Lands, The": vol. 60: 5.
  • Smith, Ralph A.  "Mamelukes of West Texas and Mexico, The": vol. 39: 65.
  • Smith, Ralph A.  "Many Mini Treaties with West Texas Indians": vol. 47: 62.
  • Smith, Ralph A.  "Mexican and Anglo-Saxon Traffic in Scalps, Slaves, and Livestock, 1835-1841": vol. 36: 98.
  • Smith, Ralph A.  "Old West Texas Limekilns are Mostly Mysteries, Memories, and Material Remains": vol. 52: 16.
  • Smith, Ralph A.  "Poor Mexico, So Far From God and So Close to the Tejanos": vol. 44: 78.
  • Smith, Ralph A.  "Spanish `Piece’ Policy in West Texas, The": vol. 68: 7.
  • Smith, Ralph A.  "West Texas Bone Business, The": vol. 55: 111.
  • Smith, Ralph A.  "West Texas Underground Frontier, 1870 To 1890, Settling the Land Six Feet Down, The": vol. 53: 18.
  • Smith, Ralph.  "A. J. Rose, A Pioneer of the San Saba Country": vol. 15: 75.
  • Smith, Ralph.  "Tawehash in French, Spanish, English, and American Imperial Affairs, The": vol. 28: 18.
  • Smith, Ruby L.  "Early Development of Wilbarger County": vol. 14: 52.
  • Smith, Todd and Paul H. Carlson.  "Locating the Battle of Blanco Canyon": vol. 91: 99.
  • Snapp, Harry F.  "West Texas Women: A Diverse Heritage and a Succession of Frontiers": vol. 72: 21.
  • Snapp, Henry F.  "Pioneer Women in West Texas Skies: Women Airforce Service Pilots of World War II": vol. 70: 19.
  • "Some Makers of West Texas History Claimed by Death": vol. 6: 177.
  • Sosebee, Scott.  "Dashed Hopes and Gained Opportunities: Mexican American Education Experiences in Lubbock, Texas from the 1920s through the 1960s": vol. 83: 67.
  • Sosebee, Scott.  "Henry C. 'Hank' Smith: A Study of a South Plains Capitalist, 1900-1912" vol. 77: 73.
  • Southworth, Herbert R.  "Later Years of Seaman A. Knapp, The": vol. 10: 88.
  • Specht, Joe W.  "Great Big Taters in the Sandy Land:  The Musical Friendship of Bob Willis & Hoyle Nix": vol. 82: 67.
  • "Speculator as a Promoter and Developer of Irrigation on the Texas High Plains, 1910-1920, The": vol. 46: 187.
  • Spence, Mary Bain.  "Story of Benficklin, First County Seat of Tom Green County, Texas, The": vol. 22: 27.
  • Spence, Vernon G.  "Colonel Morgan Jones: Master Builder of Texas Railroads": vol. 44: 15.
  • Spence, Vernon Gladden.  "God, Man, and Money: Judge Legett on the Texas Frontier, For": vol. 53: 3.
  • [Edited by] Spilman, Karen.  "Notes, Documents, and Sundries - F. Stanley: Grassroots Historian": vol. 91: 119.
  • Spoede, Robert William.  "W. W. Johnson and the Beginnings of Coal Mining in the Strawn-Thurber Vicinity, 1880-1888": vol. 44: 48.
  • Stafford, Vernon C.  "Ropesville Resettlement Project, The": vol. 25: 87.
  • Steele, June M.  "Edward Struggs and Mae Simmons: Two African American Educators and the Provisions for Black Schools in Lubbock, Texas, 1930-1970" vol. 77: 86.
  • Steele, June M.  "Mollie Abernathy: Rancher of the South Plains of West Texas, 1900-1919" vol. 75: 102.
  • Stephens, Christena.  "Double Murder in a Small West Texas Town": vol. 85: 28.
  • Stephens, Christena.  "Mallet Ranch: What Was, What Is, What the Future Can Be": vol. 83: 87.
  • Stephens, Christena.  "'Thou art a priest forever...': The Early Priests that Shaped Nazareth, Texas": vol. 90: 103.
  • Stephenson, W. A.  "Spanish Exploration and Settlement of West Texas Before the 18th Century": vol. 2: 64.
  • Stevenson, Mrs. M. K.  "West Texas Museum at San Angelo, The": vol. 10: 104.
  • Stewart, Kenneth L., and Arnoldo De Leon.  "Education, Literacy, and Occupational Structure in West Texas, 1860-1900": vol. 60: 127.
  • Stewart, Patricia.  "John Moore Shannon: His Life, Legend and Legacy": vol. 63: 178.
  • Stewart, Tracy.  "Founding Mothers of Deaf Smith County": vol. 84: 85.
  • Strong, Eric Emmerson.  "The Lost Treaty of the Black Seminoles" vol. 75: 120.
  • Stuntz, Jean, Editor.  "Book Reviews": vol. 84: 206.
  • Stuntz, Jean, Editor.  "Book Reviews": vol. 85: 273.
  • Stuntz, Jean, Editor.  "Book Reviews": vol. 86: 170.
  • Stuntz, Jean, Editor.  "Book Reviews": vol. 87: 176.
  • Stuntz, Jean, Editor.  "Book Reviews": vol. 88: 176.
  • Stuntz, Jean.  "The Early African American Community in Amarillo": vol. 87: 63.
  • Stuntz, Jean.  "Letters from the Dust Bowl: Caroline Henderson's Life in the Oklahoma Panhandle": vol. 92: 56.
  • Stuntz, Jean.  "West Texas Women in Ranching: Myth and Reality": vol. 84: 49.
  • Sullivan, Jerry M.  "Fort McKavett, 1852-1883": vol. 45: 138.
  • Sullivan, Jerry M., editor. Documents.  "Lieutenant Colonel William R. Shafter's Pecos River Expedition of 1870": vol. 47: 146.
  • Sutton, Mary.  "Glimpses of Fort Concho Through the Military Telegraph": vol. 32: 122.
  • Sweeney, Kevin.  "Drought in the Heart of Texas, 1864-1865": vol. 84: 58.
  • Sweeney, Kevin.  "The Evaporating Frontier:  Drought and the Northwest Texas Frontier 1854-1865": vol. 81: 7.
  • Sweeney, Kevin.  "Pandora's Drought: Aridity and the Brazos and Clear Fork Indian Reserves" vol. 79: 43.
  • Sylvan, Roy.  "Drouth in West Texas, 1890-1894": vol. 37: 121.

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