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WTHA Publications- Yearbook, Article Titles A - B
Below is an alphabetized list of articles appearing in the West Texas Historical Association Yearbook:

Articles starting with "dates"

  • "1879 in the Echo: A Year at Fort Griffin on the Texas Frontier": vol. 41: 51. Vernon Lynch.
  • "The 1880s: Scottish Capital in the American West": vol. 74: 164. Elizabeth Wingert.
  • "1903 Thurber Coal Miners' Meeting at Rocky Creek Bridge and its Significance in the Southwest Labor Movement, The": vol. 71: 36. Leo S. Bielinski.

Articles starting with "A"

  • "A. D. Gibbes' Journal of the Thomas Gilbert Party, 1849": vol. 19: 153.
  • "A. J. Rose, A Pioneer of the San Saba Country": vol. 15: 75. Ralph Smith.
  • "A. LeGrand Survey for the Beals and Royuella Grant, The": vol. 31: 102. T. C. Richardson.
  • "Abilene and the 1928 Annual Meeting of the West Texas Historical Association,": vol. 80: 66. Paul H. Carlson.
  • "Abilene Christian College":  vol. 21: 3. Guy A. Scruggs.
  • "Abilene's Minority Population and the 1900 Census": vol. 68: 113. Karen Turner.
  • "Activities of Company E, Frontier Batallion, Texas Rangers, 1874-1880": vol. 11: 62. T. R. Havins.
  • "Activities of the Seguins in Early Texas History": vol. 25: 11. Mrs. Ida S. Vernon.
  • "Adaptation, Innovation, and Perseverance: J. P. Morris and the Building of the Rafter-3 Ranch": vol. 74: 34 John T. "Jack" Becker.
  • "Adding on Fort Bliss to Black Military Historiography": vol. 54: 41. Garna L. Christian.
  • "Adelante Companeros: The Sanitation Worker's Struggle in Lubbock, Texas, 1968-1972": vol. 69: 82. Yolanda G. Romero.
  • "Adobe Walls, Frontier Enterprise": vol. 46: 14. Lowell H. Harrison.
  • "Adrift on a Sea of Oil: Population Change in Desdemona, Texas": vol. 85: 38. Joe Grimshaw.
  • "Affairs of the Association: 1998 Annual Meeting": vol. 74: 190.  B. W. Aston.
  • "Affairs of the Association: 1999 Annual Meeting": vol. 75: 160. Tai Kreidler.
  • "Affairs of the Association: 2000 Annual Meeting": vol. 76: 194. Tai Kreidler.
  • "Affairs of the Association: 2001 Annual Meeting": vol. 77: 195. Tai Kreidler.
  • "Affairs of the Association: 2002 Annual Meeting": vol. 78: 201. Tai Kreidler.
  • "Affairs of the Association: 2003 Annual Meeting": vol. 79: 205. Tai Kreidler.
  • "Affairs of the Association: 2004 Annual Meeting": vol. 81: 214. Tai Kreidler.
  • "Affairs of the Association: 2006 Annual Meeting": vol. 82: 205. Tai Kreidler.
  • "Affairs of the Association: 2007 Annual Meeting": vol. 83: 222. Tai Kreidler.
  • "Affairs of the Association: 2008 Annual Meeting": vol. 84: 190. Tai Kreidler.
  • "Affairs of the Association: 2009 Annual Meeting": vol. 85: 253. Tai Kreidler.
  • "Affairs of the Association: 2010 Annual Meeting": vol. 86: 224. Tai Kreidler.
  • "Affairs of the Association: 2010 Annual Meeting": vol. 87: 219. Tai Kreidler.
  • "Affairs of the Association: 2011 Annual Meeting": vol. 88: 222. Tai Kreidler.
  • "The Afterlife of Adobe Walls," vol. 80: 137. Cleon Roberts.
  • "Albert Benjamin Cunningham: Forgotten West Texas Writer" vol. 78: 54. Ken Untiedt.
  • "Along the Texas Frontier During the Civil War": vol. 13: 82. D. S. Howell.
  • "Alson Asa Meredith and John C. Williams Generations Apart, Water in Common": vol. 83: 111. Rusty Hawkins.
  • "Always in the Vanguard: Patrolling the Texas Frontier with Captain Louis Carpenter and Company H of the Tenth Cavalry" vol. 75: 110. James T. Matthews.
  • "Amende Honorable: the Life and Death of Billy Wilson":  vol. 34: 97. Philip J. Rasch.
  • "Amon Carter and the Waggoner Feud": vol. 46: 118. John J. Watkins.
  • "Amusements for Men and Women in Texas in the 1880's": vol. 23: 77. Catherine Ikard Carrow.
  • "Animal, Mineral, Vegetable: Counterfactual Explanations for San Angelo's 1949 Polio Epidemic" vol. 78: 27. Preston Lewis.
  • "Annie Black and the Soiled Doves of San Angelo": vol. 83: 45. Suzanne Campbell.
  • "Anniversary Celebrations in West Texas": vol. 33: 147. Ernest Wallace.
  • "Anniversary Celebrations of West Texas Towns": vol. 32: 135. Naomi H. Kincaid.
  • "Anniversary Celebrations": vol. 35: 163. Kenneth F. Neighbours.
  • "Anniversary Celebrations": vol. 36: 201. John N. Cravens.
  • "Annual Financial Report of the Executive Director": vol. 74: 192. B. W. Aston.
  • "Annual Financial Report of the Executive Director": vol. 75: 164. Tai Kreidler.
  • "Annual Financial Report of the Executive Director": vol. 76: 203. Tai Kreidler.
  • "Annual Financial Report of the Executive Director": vol. 77: 203. Tai Kreidler.
  • "Annual Financial Report of the Executive Director": vol. 78: 207. Tai Kreidler.
  • "Annual Financial Report of the Executive Director": vol. 80: 215. Tai Kreidler.
  • "Annual Financial Report of the Executive Director": vol. 81: 220. Tai Kreidler.
  • "Annual Financial Report of the Executive Director": vol. 82: 212. Tai Kreidler.
  • "Annual Financial Report of the Executive Director": vol. 83: 231. Tai Kreidler.
  • "Annual Financial Report of the Executive Director": vol. 84: 199. Tai Kreidler.
  • "Annual Financial Report of the Executive Director": vol. 85: 264. Tai Kreidler.
  • "Annual Financial Report of the Executive Director": vol. 86: 240. Tai Kreidler.
  • "Annual Financial Report of the Executive Director": vol. 87: 231. Tai Kreidler.
  • "Annual Financial Report of the Executive Director": vol. 88: 232. Tai Kreidler.
  • "Another Day-Another Time: Abilene in 1885": vol. 54: 32. B. W. Aston.
  • "Another Historical Marker ": vol. 74: 188. Mildred Boren Sentell.
  • "Ardor in the Courts!: Sex and Law in Frontier Texas": vol. 86: 110. Bill Neal.
  • "Army Comes to Abilene, The": vol. 65: 101. James M. Myers.
  • "Art Names: West Texas Showman": vol. 70: 7. Donald W. Whisenhunt.
  • "Arthur P. Duggan: and the Early Development of Littlefield": vol. 44: 38. David B. Gracy II.
  • "Assassination of Robert S. Neighbors, The": vol. 34: 38. Kenneth F. Neighbours.
  • "Attorney General Hogg and the Acceptance of the State Capitol: A Reappraisal": vol. 25: 50. Robert C. Cotner.
  • "August Lieske: A Case Study of the German-Russian Immigrant":  vol. 64: 50. Wesley K. Valek.
  • "Augustus William Magee, the Second Advance Courier of American Expansion to Texas": vol. 20: 92. Col. M. L. Crimmins

Articles starting with "B"

  • "B Westerns: An Affective History of the West": vol. 66: 155. Albert B. Tucker.
  • "Bad Men and Peace Officers of the Southwest": vol. 8: 51. J. K. Duke.
  • "Ballyhooing in West Texas: Memories of a Cowboy Band Alumnus": vol. 71: 157. H. Allen Anderson.
  • "Bankers and Sheepherders in West Texas": vol. 61: 5. Paul H. Carlson.
  • "Baptist Preacher on the Texas Frontier, A": vol. 9: 48. W. D. Powell, as told to Rupert Richardson.
  • "Bar-S Ranch, The": vol. 33: 94. Grace M. Connally.
  • "Bartonsite: The Passing of a Town": vol. 73: 83. Sarah Way.
  • "Battle of Dove Creek, The": vol. 10: 74. J. Marvin Hunter.
  • "Battle of the Painted Rocks: Scraping off the Layers": vol. 78: 151. Mike Cox.
  • "Battle of Sweetwater Creek": vol. 79: 119. Randy Vance.
  • "Battle of Walker's Creek, The": vol. 41: 121. Kenneth F. Neighbours.
  • "Battle of Yellowhouse Canyon in 1877, The": vol. 51: 37. William C. Griggs.
  • "Beating Swords into Ploughshares: Hereford Military Reservation and Reception Center": vol. 62: 14. Lucielle Henegar.
  • "`Beating, Tarring, and Feathering of E.T. McDonald, The’": vol. 65: 93. William C. Billingsley.
  • "Becoming Raiders Rojos: Using Sport to Claim Hispanic 'Space' at Texas Tech University": vol. 77: 139. Jorge Iber.
  • "Bedlam at Belknap:  Frontier Lawlessness on the Butterfield Overland Mail Road in Texas, 1858-1861": vol. 82: 81. Glen Sample Ely.
  • "Beer, Booze, Bootlegging and Bocci Ball in Thurber-Mingus": vol. 59: 75. Leo S. Bielinski.
  • "Before They Were Populists: Politics and Politicians in Jack County, 1884-1892": vol. 53: 106. Cecil 0. Harper, Jr.
  • "Beginning of Hardin-Simmons University, The": vol. 16: 61. R. C. Crane.
  • "Beginning of Slaton, 1911-1913, The": vol. 32: 3. Lowell Green and Ernest Wallace.
  • "Beginnings of Integration in San Angelo 1. S. D., The ": vol. 69: 74. Gregory A. Doherty.
  • "Beginnings of the Big Bend Park": vol. 44: 3. R. M. Wagstaff.
  • "Beginnings of the Episcopal Church in Western Texas": vol. 38: 19. Lawrence L. Brown.
  • "Ben Ottis Grant": vol. 39: 165. Rupert N. Richardson.
  • "Ben Terrell: Agrarian Spokesman": vol. 45: 58. Alwyn Barr.
  • "Bench and Bar of Tom Green County in the Early Days, The": vol. 22: 47. Robert. T. Neill.
  • "Beneath Arrowhead's Waters: The Story of Halsell, Texas": vol. 78: 127. Lucille Galsgow.
  • "Bibliophiling Tejano Scholarship: A West Texas Collaboration,": vol. 80: 93. Arnoldo De Leon and Bruce Glasrud.
  • "Bidal Aguero and the El Editor Newspaper: The Varied Roles of a Spanish Surnamed Entrepeneur in a Lubbock, Texas Barrio, 1977-1999": vol. 75: 54. Jorge Iber.
  • "Big Bend National Park's Mexican Counterpart: History, Proposals, and Prospects for an International or Companion Park in the Big Bend Area of the Rio Grande": vol. 70: 71. JoAnn Pospisil.
  • "Big Foot Wallace in Trans-Pecos Texas": vol. 55: 70. James M. Day.
  • "Big Spring and Vicinity": vol. 8: 75. John R. Hutto.
  • "Big Spring’s Amazing Tenderfoot: The Earl of Aylesford": vol. 55: 135. James Fenton.
  • "Big Tree and the Kiowa Red River Raid of 1868": vol. 64: 21. Michael L. Collins.
  • "Bigamy in the lndian Territory, 1878-1890": vol. 68: 100. RogerTuller.
  • "Black and Mexican Slaves in Young County Texas, 1856-1865": vol. 56: 100. Barbara A. Ledbetter.
  • "Black Cowboys: Background and Roles in Texas": vol. 88: 8. Barr, Alwyn.
  • "Black Defenders in the American West: 1865 to 1890" vol. 76: 106. JoAnn Pospisil.
  • "Black Diamonds to Black Gold: The Legacy of the Texas Pacific Coal and Oil Company": vol. 71: 7. Richard V. Francaviglia.
  • "Black in San Angelo: Relations Between Fort Concho and the City, 1875-1889": vol. 66: 25. Patricia E. Lamkin.
  • "Black Lubbock: 1955 to the Present": vol. 65: 24. Julius Amin.
  • "Black Lubbock": vol. 54: 20. Robert L. Foster and Alwyn Barr.
  • "Black Sunday--The South Plains Dust Blizzard of April 14, 1935": vol. 67: 5. Paul H. Carlson.
  • "Black's Muleshoe Ranch": vol. 41: 3. C. Richard King.
  • "Block House on Calf Creek, The": vol. 56: 111. Leona Bruce.
  • "Book Review, W. P. Webb, The Great Plains": vol. 8: 139. H. B. Carroll.
  • "Book Reviews": vol. 75: 170. Ty Cashion, Editor.
  • "Book Reviews": vol. 76: 210. Ty Cashion, Editor.
  • "Book Reviews": vol. 77: 209. Ty Cashion, Editor.
  • "Book Reviews": vol. 78: 213. J'Nell Pate, Editor.
  • "Book Reviews": vol. 79: 215. J'Nell Pate, Editor.
  • "Book Reviews": vol. 80: 217. J'Nell Pate, Editor.
  • "Book Reviews": vol. 81: 226. Tiffany Fink, Editor.
  • "Book Reviews": vol. 82: 219. Tiffany Fink, Editor.
  • "Book Reviews": vol. 83: 239. Tiffany Fink, Editor. 
  • "Book Reviews": vol. 84: 206. Jean Stuntz, Editor.
  • "Book Reviews": vol. 85: 273. Jean Stuntz, Editor.
  • "Book Reviews": vol. 86: 170. Jean Stuntz, Editor.
  • "Book Reviews": vol. 87: 176. Stuntz, Jean, Editor.
  • "Book Reviews": vol. 88: 176. Stuntz, Jean, Editor.
  • "Boom or Bust in Southwest Kansas": vol. 24: 27. Oscar A. Kinchen.
  • "Borden County Cowboy's Letters to His Girl, A": vol. 71: 44. Earl H. Elam.
  • "Borden County Ribbon Wars, The": vol. 66: 108. Rebecca Carnes.
  • "Border Captives": vol. 64: 5. Ralph A. Smith.
  • "Border Post of Phantom Hill, The": vol. 14: 3. C. C. Rister.
  • "Border Reaction to the Villa Raids": vol. 49: 3. J. Ralph Randolph.
  • "Bounty Power Against West Texas Indians ": vol. 49: 40. Ralph A. Smith.
  • "Brazos of the Northwest Texas Frontier, Today, The": vol. 34: 3. John Graves.
  • "A Brief 100 Year Personal History of the Lubbock and West Texas Musical Heritage": vol. 85: 175. Robert G. Weiner.
  • "Brief History of Breckenridge and the Stephens County Oil Fields, A": vol. 12: 100. Loy William Hartsfield.
  • "Brief Story of the Restoration of Fort Belknap, A": vol. 29: 105. Ben G. Oneal.
  • "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.
  • "Broadening the Scope:  The High Plains Klan of the 1920s": vol. 82: 156. Nicholas Pruitt.
  • "Brown County's Fry Oil Boom, 1926-1927": vol. 50: 31. James M. Day.
  • "Brownwood, Texas in World War II": vol. 43: 31. Tessica Martin.
  • "Buffalo Gap College": vol. 35: 132. Tommie Clack.
  • "Buffalo Gap vs. Taylor City": vol. 45: 105. R. M. Wagstaff.
  • "Buffalo Hump, a Comanche Diplomat": vol. 35: 112. E. W. Henderson.
  • "Buffalo of the Plains Area, The": vol. 2: 8. W. C. Holden.
  • "Building a Place of their Own: The Kerrville State Sanatorium for 'Negroes'": vol. 85: 121. Peggy Hardman.
  • "Building the Santa Fe Railroad Through the South Plalins": vol. 11: 73. Carl Harper.
  • "Building the Texas and Pacific Railroad West of Fort Worth": vol. 4: 50. S. B. McAllister.
  • "Butler and Lewis Mission and Treaty of 1846, The": vol. 46: 72. Earl Henry Elam.
  • "By the Square in Stephenville": vol. 68: 155. C. Richard King.

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