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

Articles starting with "M"

  • "The McCorkle Debacle: A JA Land Fraud Case": vol. 90: 20. Alex Hunt.
  • "McDonald Observatory: The Origins and Development of a West Texas Scientific Institution": vol. 85: 51. David M. Gossman. 
  • "M. A. Grisham and the Grisham-Hunter Corporation": vol. 46: 135. Rupert N. Richardson.
  • "Mabel Welch: El Paso's First Woman Architect": vol. 85: 139. Troy Ainsworth. 
  • "Mackenzie Trail": vol. 35: 167. Bernard Buie.
  • "Major Ben Ficklin": vol. 27: 58. Susan Miles and Mary Bain Spence.
  • "Major Earl Van Dorn in Texas": vol. 16: 121. Colonel M. L. Crimmins.
  • "Mayor Ernest Angelo, Jr., of Midland and the 96-0 Reagan Sweep of Texas, May 1, 1976": vol. 86: 77. Billy Hathorn. 
  • "Major George H. Thomas in Texas": vol. 14: 73. Colonel M. L. Crimmins.
  • "Major George H. Thomas on the Trail of Indians in 1860": vol. 20: 77. R. C. Crane.
  • "Major Hamilton Wilcox Merrill in Texas": vol. 13: 96. Contributed by Colonel M. L. Crimmins.
  • "Major Willa Viley Johnson and the Kentucky and Magnolia Cattle Companies": vol. 48: 135. Dorothy Austin Dennis.
  • "Making History in West Texas": vol. 4: 86. John C. Granberry.
  • "Making of a West Texas Ghost Town, The": vol. 61: 30. Donald F. Schofield.
  • "Making of the Constitution of 1875, The": vol. 5: 116. Fred Cockrell.
  • "Making of the Picket Lands, The": vol. 60: 5. Ralph A. Smith.
  • "Making West Texas Safe for Democracy: The 1917 Farmers and Laborers Protective Association Conspiracy": vol. 62: 119. Joe R. Baulch.
  • "Malcolm Kintner Graham": vol. 17: 139. C. F. Marshall.
  • "Mallet Ranch: What Was, What Is, What the Future Can Be": vol. 83: 87. Christena Stephens.
  • "Mamelukes of West Texas and Mexico, The": vol. 39: 65. Ralph A. Smith.
  • "Man Who Never Became a Colonel House, The": vol. 51: 13. Roger M. Olien.
  • "Many Mini Treaties with West Texas Indians": vol. 47: 62. Ralph A. Smith.
  • "March to Monterrey: The Diaryof LieutenantRankin Dilworth, The": vol. 68: 55. Lawrence Clayton.
  • "Marcy's Exploration to Locate the Texas Indian Reservations in 1854": vol. 23: 107. J. W. Williams and Ernest Lee.
  • "Marcy's Reconnaissance Through Northern and Western Texas; Material Pertaining to the Brazos River Frontier and Indian Life, 1850-1860; Locating the Texas Indian Reservations (Parker's Notes); Report of the Post Surgeon at the Post on the Clear Fork of the Brazos (Phantom Hill) for 1852; Frontier Letters." Edited by Rupert N. Richardson.
  • "Marcy's Road from Dona Ana": vol. 19: 128. J. W. Williams.
  • "Mariscal Mine's Contribution to the Quicksilver Industry" vol. 88: 96. Pospisil, JoAnn.
  • "Marjorie Rogers Morris and the Globe of the Great Southwest in Odessa, Texas": vol. 67: 18. J'Nell L. Pate.
  • "Martin Lalor Crimmins": vol. 30: 3. Chris Emmett.
  • "Marvin Jones, Representative of and for the Panhandle": vol. 52: 91. Irvin M. May, Jr.
  • "Mayor Jim Reese of Odessa and the Republican Party in the Permian Basin": vol. 87: 127. Billy Hathorn.
  • "Meade F. Griffin--West Texan or `From Cotronwood To Capitol’": vol. 52: 3. Llerena Friend.
  • "Medical Conditions at West Texas Military Posts in the 1850's": vol. 62: 108. B.J. Fisher.
  • "Medicine Then and Now": vol. 32: 49. Dr. W.M. Campbell.
  • "Medieval Castile on the Llano Estacado: The Vásquez de Coronado Expedition, 1540-1542": vol. 84: 99. W. Michael Mathes.
  • "Memoirs of Henry Belding": vol. 29: 79.
  • "Memoriam, In": vol. 31: 145.
  • "Memoriam; Emmett Macon Landers, In": vol. 18: 132.
  • "Mendoza-Lopez Expedition and Location of San Clemente, The": vol. 45: 3. Seymour V. Connor.
  • "Menger Hotel: San Antonio's Civic and Social Center, 1859-1877, The": vol. 32: 85. Inez Strickland Dalton.
  • "Mennonite Colonization Efforts at Seminole, Texas, 1977-1979": vol. 57: 55. Gary S. Elbow and Simone Gordon.
  • "Mexican and Anglo-Saxon Traffic in Scalps, Slaves, and Livestock, 1835-1841": vol. 36: 98. Ralph A. Smith.
  • "Mildred Diller and the Diller Ranch": vol. 69: 151. Darlene Bellinghausen.
  • "Military History of Camp Colorado, The": vol. 28: 71. Colonel M. L. Crimmins.
  • "Military Justice on the Texas Frontier": vol. 64: 123. B. J. Fisher.
  • "Military Roads of the 1850's in Central West Texas": vol. 18: 77. J. W. Williams.
  • "Millers and Early Day Banking in Belton, The": vol. 32: 103. James T. Padgitt.
  • "Mission Hotel at Putnam, Texas, The": vol. 39: 89. John Berry.
  • "Missionary Efforts of Noah T Byars, The": vol. 10: 3. T. R. Havins.
  • "Modernization of the Texas Rangers: 1933-1936, The": vol. 43: 65. Stephen W. Schuster, IV.
  • "Monroe Brown and Rebecca Skeen Sawyer: Pioneers of the South Plains": vol. 60: 67. H. Allen Anderson.
  • "Mose E. Kelley Papers: The Big Bend's Dead Sea Scrolls": vol. 89: 146. Paul Wright.
  • "Mountain Man in West Texas, The": vol. 63: 118. Lawrence Clayton.
  • "Mountain Pass: A Texas Frontier Landmark": vol. 53: 57. H. Allen Anderson.
  • "Mrs. Elizabeth (Aunt Hank) Smith": vol. 15: 40. John R. Hutto.
  • "Mrs. John (Thelma) Berry": vol. 59: 156. B.W. Aston and Ken Jacobs.
  • "Mrs. Mabel Day and the Fence Cutters": vol. 26: 51. James T. Padgitt.
  • "Mrs. Malissa G. Everett, a Pioneer Woman": vol. 3: 59.
  • "Murder of Major Ripley A. Arnold, The": vol. 41: 144. James V. Reese.
  • "My Father, Boley Brown": vol. 31: 96. Willie Brown Vogler.

Articles starting with "N"

  • "Native Grasslands of the High Plains of West Texas: Past-Present-Future, The": vol. 63: 24. Danile Patrick Mowrey and Paul H. Carlson.
  • "New Conclusions on the Route of Mendoza, 1683-84": vol. 38: 111. J. W. Williamson.
  • "New Evidence on Moscoso's Approach to Texas": vol. 22: 69. J. W. Williams.
  •  "The Nicolette Hotel and the Founding of Lubbock": vol. 90: 8. Paul H. Carlson.
  • "Nig London, Throckmorton County Cowman": vol. 67: 94. Lawrence Clayton.
  • "No Sabbath in West Texas: Missionary Appeals From Boerne, 1867-1868": vol. 31: 114. Edited, with an Introduction, by Andrew Forest Muir.
  • "Nolan's Marvelous Decade": vol. 59: 98. Alberta Head.
  • "Notes and Documents- 'An Account of a Trip on the Great Plains in 1877'": vol. 84: 169.  [Edited by] Jack Becker and Paul H. Carlson.
  • "Notes and Documents- Commandant General Felipe de Neve's 1783:  Rebuke of Governor Juan Bautista de Anza": vol. 82: 183. [Translated and edited by] Allan J. Kueth, Jorge Iber, Paul H. Carlson, and Jose Manuel Serrano.
  • "Notes and Documents- Charles W. Post and the Labor Unions in the Progressive Era": vol. 81: 178. [Edited by] Sam Prose.
  • "Notes and Documents- 'Crimmins and Cameron'": vol. 86: 158. [Edited by] Len Ainsworth.
  • "Notes and Documents- Jose Piedad Tafoya's Testimony on Behalf of Charles Goodnight in 1893": vol. 83: 188. [Introduction by] Paul H. Carlson.
  • "Notes and Documents - 'An Outing near Sanderson, Texas in 1915'": vol. 85: 231. [Edited by] Mary Nell Hinkle and Betty Rathjen.
  • "Notes and Documents - United Confederate (Civil War) Veterans Collection": vol. 87: 167. [Edited by] John Perrin.
  • "Notes and Documents - 'West Texas in 1853: An Account of a Wagon Train Expedition Seeking Gold in the Guadalupe Mountains'": vol. 86: 124. [Edited by] James Woodrick.
  • "Notes, Documents, and Sundries - From Santa Anna to the Stockyards": vol. 88: 166. [Edited by] Montie Guthrie.
  • "Notes, Documents, and Sundries - Document to Create Modern Lubbock": vol. 90: 136. [Edited by] Carlson, Paul H.
  • "Notes, Documents, and Sundries - F. Stanley: Grassroots Historian": vol. 91: 119. [Edited by] Karen Spilman.
  • "Notes, Documents, and Sundries - Itinerary of a Scout Across the Llano Estacado in 1875": vol. 91: 130. [Edited by] Paul Carlson.
  • "Notes, Documents, and Sundries - JA Cattle Company": vol. 88: 173. [Edited by] Austin Allison.
  • "Notes, Documents, and Sundries - The Merchant of Eagle Pass": vol. 89: 177. [Edited by] Robert G. Weaver.
  • "Notes, Documents, and Sundries - Newspapers, Oil, and Railroad Land": vol. 90: 129. [Edited by] Austin Allison.
  • "Notes, Documents, and Sundries - William L. Ducker and the Rediscovered Lubbock Lights Oral History Interview": vol. 92: 127. [Edited by] Katelin Dixon and Elissa Stroman.
  • "Notes on Coleman County History": vol. 34: 128. H. G. Hubert (Contributed by Virginia H. Taylor).
  • "Notes on the Native Grasslands of West Central Texas Since 1854": vol. 31: 54. Frances M. Churchill.

Articles starting with "O"

  • "O. M. Smith—Frontier Pay Clerk": vol. 45: 45. Escal F. Duke.
  • "Odessa, Texas During the Depression, 1932-1936": vol. 45: 150. Wilson E. Dolman III.
  • "Oil City, Young County, Texas": vol. 43: 135. Barbara Ledbetter.
  • "Oil Development in the Abilene Area": vol. 21: 20. Naomi Hatton Kincaid.
  • "Oklahoma Black Blizzard, April 14, 1935, The": vol. 69: 142. Jacqueline B. Honea.
  • "Old Man Keeler": vol. 4: 100. R. C. Crane.
  • "Old Mobeetie--The Capital of the Panhandle": vol. 6: 3. L. F. Sheffy.
  • "Old Settlements Along the Colorado River in Runnels County": vol. 42: 128. J. Dexter Eoff, D. D. S.
  • "Old Spanish Fort": vol. 16: 3. Llerena Friend.
  • "Old Time Trail Drivers of Texas": vol. 5: 142. George W. Sanders.
  • "Old Timer’s Reminiscences of Grant County, An": vol. 16: 135. 0. W. Williams.
  • "Old West Texas Limekilns are Mostly Mysteries, Memories, and Material Remains": vol. 52: 16. Ralph A. Smith.
  • "Oliver Loving's Little Lost Valley--Gertrudes": vol. 53: 42. Jack Loftin.
  • "On the Cattle Trail and Buffalo Range, Joe S. McCombs": vol. 11: 93. Contributed by Ben 0. Grant and J. R. Webb.
  • "Once Upon a Time in West Texas: Charles J. Finger": vol. 71: 144. Jimmy M. Skaggs.
  • "'One-Armed’ Jim Reed": vol. 59: 122. Joan Druesedow Griggs.
  • "Opera Houses in West Texas": vol. 38: 97. C. Richard King.
  • "Oral Recollections of the January 1918 Blizzard": vol. 65: 111. Susan G. Denney.
  • "Origins of Unionist Sentiment on the West Texas Frontier": vol. 32: 21. Floyd F. Ewing, Jr.
  • "Oscar Calloway and Preparedness": vol. 43: 80. Thomas Lloyd Miller.
  • "Our First Fifty Years": vol. 50: 3. Rupert N. Richardson.
  • "Our Story: The Teaching of Texas History in the Public Schools": vol. 83: 35. Rob Fink.
  • "Out With the Old, In With the New:  The Demise of the Southwest Conference": vol. 81: 144. Ramirez, Abel.

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