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

Articles starting with "S"

  • "S. D. Myres and the Myres Saddle Company of Sweetwater": vol. 36: 116. Sandra L. Myres.
  • "S. E. (Jack) Stilwell and the Court-Martial of William H. Beck": vol. 68: 76. Clint E. Chambers.
  • "S. H. Newman: Editor of the Lone Star of El Paso, Texas": vol. 14: 14. J. L. Waller.
  • "Saga of Barbed Wire in the Tom Green Country, The": vol. 4: 32. By R.D. Holt.
  • "Saga of Camp Cooper, The": vol. 56: 14. Rupert N. Richardson.
  • "Saga of the Stone Ranch, The": vol. 65: 70. Lawrence Clayton.
  • "Sam Houston and Thomas J. Rusk": vol. 31: 15. Llerena Friend.
  • "Samuel Thomas "Booger Red" Privett: Cowboy, Showman, and Early Rodeo Pioneer": vol. 72: 142. Boyd Trolinger.
  • "San Angelo and the Boer War": vol. 89: 124. Kevin Thornton.
  • "San Angelo Army Air Field Bombardier School: Military and Civilian Interaction in World War": vol. 82: 7. Shirley M. Eoff
  • "San Angelo Horses Across America": vol. 88: 43. Lewis, Preston.
  • "San Angelo's Street Cars": vol. 55: 87. Robert E. Byrns.
  • "San Antonio--El Paso Mail, C.S.A., The": vol. 58: 77. Wayne R. Austerman.
  • "The San Sabá Presidio and Spain's Frontier Policy in North America": vol. 83: 7. José Manuel Serrano Álvarez and Allan J. Kuethe. 
  • "Sand Tables and One Eyed Cat: Experiences of Two Rural School Teachers": vol. 56: 80. Lou Rodenberger.
  • "Sandstone Sentinels": vol. 34: 112. Joan Farmer.
  • "Santa Anna and the Aftermath of San Jacinto": vol. 11: 56. R. C. Crane.
  • "Santa Anna and the Santa Anna Mountains": vol. 11: 47. Rupert N. Richardson.
  • "Say It Ain't So or History à la The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance": vol. 81: 102. Owens, Keith.
  • "School Land Rushes in West Texas": vol. 10: 42. R. D. Holt.
  • "Searching for Meaning in the 'Llano Estacado": vol. 81: 90. Hoover, Sandy.
  • "Second Dragoon Indian Campaign in Texas, The": vol. 21: 50. Colonel M. L. Crimmins.
  • "Second Lieutenant Henry 0. Flipper: A Negro Officer on the Texas Frontier": vol. 47: 20. Donald R. McClung.
  • "The Second Santa Fe Expedition: Jacob Snively and the Mission to Disrupt New Mexico Commerce in 1843": vol. 82: 23. Troy Ainsworth
  • "Securing Land From the State in West Texas": vol. 35: 125. J. B. Cotton.
  • "Seminole Incident and Tom Ross, The": vol. 56: 133. Weston A. Pettey.
  • "Services of Charles Demorse in the Constitutional Convention of 1875, The": vol. 15: 128. Ernest Wallace.
  • "Seth Shepard McKay": vol. 45: 183. Ernest Wallace.
  • "Settlement of Hall County, The": vol. 18: 72. John Thomas Duncan.
  • "Settlement of the Indian Troubles in West Texas, 1874-1875, The": vol. 1: 3. R.C. Crane.
  • "Shafter’s Explorations in Western Texas, 1875": vol. 9: 82. Contributed by Col. M. L. Crimmins.
  • "Sheep Industry in Sterling County, The": vol. 27: 32. Harold M. Gober.
  • "Sheepherders and Cowboys: A Comparison of Life-Styles in West Texas": vol. 58: 19. Paul H. Carlson.
  • "Sheepmen-Cattlemen Antagonisms on the Texas Frontier": vol. 18: 10. T. R. Havins.
  • "Showdown Between Dorothy Scarborough and Judge R.C. Crane, The": vol. 62: 5. Sylvia Grider.
  • "Sibley in New Mexico; the Journal of William Henry Smith, With": vol. 27: 111. Contributed by Walter A. Faulkner.
  • "Signers of the Texas Declaration of Independence--Then What": vol. 55: 100. Elmer Kelton.
  • "Silent Wings and Subtle Legacy: Lubbock's Forgotten Glider Base": vol. 92: 10. Jennifer L. Paxton.
  • "Silver Boom of Brown County in 1879, The": vol. 54: 65. Duane K. Hale.
  • "Simpson Everett 'Jack' Stillwell: Teamster, Hunter, Frontier Scout, Cowboy, Lawman and Judge": vol. 87: 84. Chambers, Clint E.
  • "Six-Man Football Comes to Texas: The Fisher County Six-Man Football League of 1936:" vol. 86: 62. Thomas L. Saunders.
  • "Sleuthing the Mysteries of West Texas' Spider Rocks Treasure": vol. 85: 108. Bill Townsley.
  • "Social Activities of the Southwestern Cowboy": vol. 7: 40. C. C. Rister.
  • "Social Conditions in Texas in the Eighteen Seventies": vol. 14: 32. S. S. McKay.
  • "Soldier of the Texas Frontier: Brevet Major Robert Patterson Wilson, United States Army, A": vol. 34: 82. Aubrey A. Wilson.
  • "Soldiers and Surgeons: Army Medical Practice at Fort Concho, Texas, 1867-1889": vol. 69: 45. John Neilson.
  • "Some Amusements and Home, Remedies in West Texas": vol. 13: 49. Leon Guinn.
  • "Some Attitudes of West Texas Delegates to the Constitutional Convention of 1875": vol. 5: 109. S. S. McKay.
  • "Some Civil War Letters of D. Port Smythe": vol. 37: 147. John Thomas Duncan, Editor.
  • "Some Early Activities Around Mobeetie": vol. 12: 45. G. C. Boswell.
  • "Some Early Runnels County History, 1858-1885": vol. 42: 111. Glenn Smith.
  • "Some Evidences of Humor on the Western Frontier": vol. 54: 10. Lawrence Clayton.
  • "Some Experiences of a Pioneer Surveyor": vol. 6: 80. C. U. Connellee.
  • "Some Experiences of a West Texas Lawyer": vol. 18: 33. Ellis Douthit.
  • "Some Experiences of Baptists on the Texas Frontier": vol. 36: 51. Zane Mason.
  • "Some Experiments of C. W. Post in West Texas": vol. 15: 22. Charles Dudley Eaves.
  • "Some Explanatory Origins in Comanche Folklore": vol. 23: 62. Ernest Wallace.
  • "Some Living Conditions at Forts in the American Southwest": vol. 74:104. Donathan Taylor.
  • "Some Makers of West Texas History Claimed by Death": vol. 6: 177.
  • "Some Medieval Contributions to the American Southwest: Animal, Environmental, and Vegetable": vol. 84: 138. Jack Becker.
  • "Some New Mexico--West Texas Relationships, 1541-1841": vol. 14: 92. H. Bailey Carroll.
  • "Some Northwest Texas Trails After Butterfield": vol. 42: 59. Mrs. Virgil Johnson and J. W. Williams.
  • "Some Notes on Two Promoters' Railroads": vol. 41: 20. Joseph A. Noble.
  • "Some Notes On West Texas History": vol. 17: 125. R. C. Crane.
  • "Some Observations on the Cattle Industry": vol. 5: 134. J. Wright Mooar.
  • "Some Recent Books by West Texans, or Dealing with West Texas": vol. 15: 154. R. C. Crane.
  • "Some Thoughts on Frontier Religion in Texas After the Civil War": vol. 57: 34. Zane Mason.
  • "'Sometimes You Win, Sometimes You Lose, Sometimes it Rains': Major League Baseball Comes to Abilene, Texas": vol. 86: 42. Robert Fink.
  • "Sorosis Club of Sweetwater, Texas, 1899-1950, The": vol. 26: 76. Mamie D. Crane.
  • "South Plains and Our Indian History, The": vol. 12: 34. Frank P. Hill.
  • "South Plains and 'Southern-ness', The": vol. 88: 145. Williams, Stuart.
  • "South Plains Cooperative Hospital, Amherst, Texas, The": vol. 26: 35. W. D. Kay.
  • "Southern Overland Mail, Conveyor of News, 1857-1861, The": vol. 34: 25. Rupert N. Richardson.
  • "Southern Plains and the Expansion of the Cotton Kingdom, The": vol. 56: 35. James Smallwood.
  • "The Southwest Collection: 50 Years in the Saddle": vol. 74: 172 Tai Kreidler.
  • "Southwest Collection Update: A Decade Report": vol. 53: 121. Michael Q. Hooks.
  • "Southwest Collection: A Regional Depository, The": vol. 43: 144. Roy Sylvan Dunn.
  • "Southwest Collection: New Materials, New Directions, The": vol. 63: 171. Cindy Martin.
  • "Spanish `Piece’ Policy in West Texas, The": vol. 68: 7. Ralph A. Smith.
  • "Spanish Exploration and Settlement of West Texas Before the 18th Century": vol. 2: 64. W. A. Stephenson.
  • "Spanish West Texas, 1735-1769": vol. 7: 95. Gladys Collins.
  • "Speculator as a Promoter and Developer of Irrigation on the Texas High Plains, 1910-1920, The": vol. 46: 187.
  • "Spur Ranch Diary, 1887, A": vol. 7: 68. Edited by W. C. Holden.
  • "Squarely Fought: Fort Concho and the Campaign Against Victorio, 1880": vol. 69: 34. Jim Matthews.
  • "Stage-Coaching in the Concho Country": vol. 10: 58. R. C. Crane.
  • "Standing Proud from a Buckskin Line to Jericho's Road": vol. 83: 148. Lewis Tolland.
  • "Statistical Study of the Drouth of 1886, A": vol. 21: 85. J. W. Williams.
  • "Storming of San Antonio De Bexar in 1835, The": vol. 22: 95. Col. M. L. Crimmins.
  • "Story of "Block No. 97, The": vol. 5: 125. A. C. Wilmeth.
  • "Story of Benficklin, First County Seat of Tom Green County, Texas, The": vol. 22: 27. Mary Bain Spence.
  • "Story of William Davies: Texas Shepherd, The": vol. 58: 29. Arthur H. Jones.
  • "Stribling and Kirkland of Fort Griffin": vol. 32: 55. Eula Haskew.
  • "Suggestions for the Observance in West Texas of the Civil War Centennial": vol. 36: 33. Floyd F. Ewing, Jr.
  • "Surface Water in West Texas": vol. 43: 44. Naomi H. Kincaid.
  • "Survey of the Stagecoach Mail in the Trans-Pecos, 1850-1861, A": vol. 47: 115. Jack C. Scannell.
  • "Sweetwater Meeting, The": vol. 8: 136. John R. Hutto.
  • "A Syrian Immigrant in West Texas": vol. 82: 170. J'Nell Pate.

Articles starting with "T"

  • "The T-Anchor Ranch and Fort Sill, Oklahoma Territory:  The Cowboys and the Indians": vol. 81: 33. Haes, Brenda.
  • "Tawehash in French, Spanish, English, and American Imperial Affairs, The": vol. 28: 18. Ralph Smith.
  • "Taylor County and Its Name": vol. 30: 73. Jewel Davis Scarborough.
  • "T-Diamond Brand, The": vol. 22: 81. John R. Hutto.
  • "Teddy Roosevelt in Texas, 1905": vol. 56: 58. Edward Hake Phllips.
  • "Tejano Experience in Six Texas Regions, The": vol. 65: 36. Arnoldo De Leon.
  • "Tejano History Scholarships: A Review of the Recent Literature": vol. 61: 116. Arnoldo De Leon.
  • "Tejanos in Northwest Texas: Rural Folks or Urbanites?": vol. 86: 8. Arnoldo De Leon.
  • "Tex Thornton: King of the Oil Well Firefighters": vol. 91: 28. Bobby D. Weaver.
  • "Texas Background--Spanish Or American?, The ": vol. 52: 61. Paul H. Carlson.
  • "Texas Cotton Acreage Control Law of 1931 and Mexican Repatriation": vol. 59: 143. Bob Mckay.
  • "Texas Had Hot County Elections": vol. 24: 3. R. D. Holt.
  • "Texas Marriage Bond, The": vol. 46: 112. Robert M. Wagstaff.
  • "Texas Martyr and His Successors, A": vol. 33: 49. C. A. Beesley.
  • "The Texas Mohair Industry and the Seven Year Drought of the 1950's": vol. 84: 74.  John Caraway.
  • "Texas Rancher in Colorado: The Last Years of John Hittson, A": vol. 42: 28. Charles Kenner.
  • "Texas Senatorial Campaign of 1948, The": vol. 33: 31. S. S. Mckay.
  • "Texas Sheep Boom": vol. 28: 3. T. R. Havins.
  • "Texas State Archives, The": vol. 36: 41. Dorman H. Winfrey.
  • "Texas State Democratic Convention of 1878, The": vol. 12: 3. S. S. McKay.
  • "Texas Tech Museum and Its Director, The": vol. 45: 85. Lola Beth Green.
  • "The Texas Tech School of Black History:  an Overview": vol. 82: 102. Bruce A. Glasrud and James M. Smallwood.
  • "Texas Technological College Artist Course: A Cultural Beacon on the Plains of West Texas, 1925-1930, The": vol. 68:134. Paul F. Cutter.
  • "Texas, Veterans, and Land": vol. 33: 17. Thomas L. Miller.
  • "Texas: La Terre Promise": vol. 73: 11. Robert Robertson.
  • "'There’s No Place Like Home'--West Texas Home Cures and Folk Remedies": vol. 74:92. Linda Mason Dunn.
  • "Thomas A. Hickey: Texas Socialist and Oilman": vol. 66: 129. Robert W. Clark.
  • "'Thou art a priest forever...': The Early Priests that Shaped Nazareth, Texas": vol. 90: 103. Christena Stephens.
  • "Threatened Mutiny of Soldiers at Fort Stockton in 1873 Resulted in Penitentiary Sentences, A": vol. 52: 78. Clayton W. Williams.
  • "Tigua Indians of the Pueblo De Ysleta Del Sur, El Paso County, Texas, The": vol. 45: 30. Alan H. Minter.
  • "Today's Cowboy: Coping with a Myth": vol. 60: 178. Lawrence Clayton.
  • "Tonkawa Scouts and Guides": vol. 49: 90. Kenneth F. Neighbours.
  • "Tour of Duty: The West Texas Service of Stephen Carpenter": vol. 85: 193. James Collett.
  • "Tracking Ancient Beasts: The Saga of the Glen Rose Dinosaur Footprints": vol. 87: 35. Patrick Crawford.
  • "Trail Blazing Pioneers of West Texas are Passing Away, The": vol. 5: 137. R. C. Crane.
  • "Trail Life": vol. 44: 106. William Box Hancock.
  • "The Train Crash at Crush, Texas": vol. 81: 124. Scott, David.
  • "Transportation, Supplies, and Quarters for the West Texas Frontier Under the Federal Military System, 1848-1861": vol. 5: 95. Arrie Barrett.
  • "Trials and Tribulations of a Country Doctor": vol. 24: 47. Jefferson Davis Davis.
  • "Trials and Tribulations: Lubbock's Municipal Bands After World War I": vol. 67: 31. Paul Cutter.
  • "Tribute to a Texan, Walter Prescott Webb": vol. 39: 93. Lyle C. Brown.
  • "Tribute, A": vol. 65: 137. Mrs. John Berry.
  • "Trip to California in 1850, A": vol. 31: 111. Charles Padgitt.
  • "True Blue, The": vol. 36: 176. C. Richard King.
  • "Twenty-Fifth Regiment at Fort Mcintosh: Precursor to Retaliatory Racial Violence, The": vol. 55: 149. Garna L. Christian.
  • "Twice Decorated for Gallantry and Distinguished Conduct: Sergeant William Wilson and the Medal of Honor": vol. 71: 96. Jim Matthews.
  • "Two Miners and Their Families in the Thurber-Strawn Coal Mines, 1905-1918": vol. 45: 115. John N. Cravens.
  • "Two Worlds, One Big Pasture: Quanah Parker and Samuel Burk Burnett-The Social, Economic, and Cultural Implications of Anglo/Indian Associations in the Oklahoma and Texas Borderlands": vol. 92: 67. Christopher Freeman and John Hensley.

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