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245 Bibliography UNPUBLISHED PRIMARY SOURCES The preponderance of the information for this biography came from primary sources related directly to the Texas Rangers collections, from the Frontier Battalion and Ranger Force papers, and including records from the adjutant general, the governors, and other archival files. Specifically these collections include: Adjutant General Papers, Letter Press Books & Correspondence, Texas State Archives, Austin. Adjutant General of Texas, Papers of, 1882-1911. Texas State Archives, Austin. Adjutant General of Texas, Official Bi-annual Reports of the Office of, 18951906 . Texas State Archives, Austin. Austin, City of, Police Records, 1923-1924, Austin History Center. Census Records of the United States and Texas, 1850, 1860, 1870 and 1880. Governor of Texas, Papers of, 1884-1911, 1927-1930, Texas State Archives, Austin. Governors of Texas Records, Letter Press Books & Correspondence, Texas State Archives, Austin. Guadalupe County, Texas, Deed, Marriage, Census, Tax Rolls, and Probate Records of, Guadalupe County—Seguin Public Library Archives. Government Documents, “Proceedings of the Joint Committee of the Senate and the House in the Investigation of the Texas State Ranger Force” [The Canales Investigation], January 3-February 14, 1919. Texas State Archives, Austin. Government Documents, “Proceedings of the U. S. Senate Subcommittee on Mexican Relations in the Investigation of Mexican Affairs” [The Fall Hearings], September 19, 1919-April 20, 1920. Texas State Archives, Austin. McLane, C. Rogers, The Rogers Family Genealogy, Vertical Files, Rangers Archives, Texas Ranger Hall of Fame & Museum, Waco. Newspaper articles from various newspapers in Austin, San Antonio, El Paso, Waco, Fort Worth, and Dallas. Bibliography 246 ★ Newspaper files, Austin History Center, Austin City Library System. Reeves, John, Mills, and Charlie, descendants of Lucile Rogers Reeves, author’s personal interview with, at Bulverde and San Antonio, Texas, July, 2001. Rogers, Curren “Kid”, Vertical Files, Texas Ranger Archives, Waco. Rogers, John H., Papers, Center for American History, University of Texas, Austin. Rogers, John H., Papers of, Vertical Files, Texas Rangers Hall of Fame and Museum, Waco. Rogers, John H., Papers of, Vertical Files, Texas State Archives, Austin. Rogers, John H., Articles and Papers from display case, Pioneer Hall Museum of San Antonio. Texas Rangers, Monthly Returns and Scout Reports of the Frontier Battalion of, 1882-1901. Texas State Archives, Austin. Texas Ranger Force, Captain’s Reports and Scout Reports of, 1901-1911, 1927-1930. Texas State Archives, Austin. U. S. Marshal Service, Archival records of, Western District of Texas, 19111921 , National Archives and Records Administration, Fort Worth, Texas. PUBLISHED PRIMARY SOURCES Aten, Ira. Six and One-Half Years in the Ranger Service: The Memoirs of Sergeant Ira Aten, Company D, Texas Rangers. Bandera, Texas: Frontier Times, 1945. Daniell, L. E. Texas: The Country and Its Men. Austin: 1916. Sowell, A. J. Early Settlers and Indian Fighters of Southwest Texas. 2 vols. Austin: Ben Jones, 1900. ______. Rangers and Pioneers of Texas. San Antonio: Shepard Brothers, 1884. Sterling, William Warren. Trails and Trials of a Texas Ranger. Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 1959. Sullivan, W. John L. Twelve Years in the Saddle for Law and Order on the Frontiers of Texas. Von Boeckmann-Jones, 1909. SECONDARY SOURCES Adair, W. S. “Rangers 40 Years Ago Had No Easy Life.” Frontier Times 4 (1927): 41-43. Ball, Larry. United States Marshals of New Mexico and Arizona Territories, 18461912 . Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press, 1999. Baugh, Virgil E. A Pair of Texas Rangers: Bill McDonald and John Hughes. Washington, D.C.: Potomac Westerners Corral, 1970. Bradford, Edward Jr. “History of Mitchell County, Texas.” Masters Thesis, University of Texas, 1937. Bibliography 247 ★ Brookshire, William Riley. War Along the Bayous: The 1864 Red River Campaign in Louisiana. Washington, D. C.: Brasseys, 1998. Burton, Art. Black, Red, and Deadly: Black and Indian Gunfighters of the Indian Territories. Austin: Eakin Press, 1991. Calhoun, Frederick C. The Lawmen: United States Marshals and their Deputies, 1789-1989. Washington, 1989. City Directories of Austin, Texas. 1905-1916, 1926-1931. Austin History Center. Cline, Omer W. “History of Mitchell County to 1900.” Masters Thesis, East Texas Teachers College, 1948. Combs, Joe F. Gunsmoke in the Redlands. San Antonio: Naylor Company, 1968. Conger, Roger N. et al. Rangers of Texas. Waco: Texian Press, 1969. Cox, Mike. Silver Stars and Sixguns: The Texas Rangers. Austin: Department of Public Safety, 1987. ________. Texas Ranger Tales: Stories That Need Telling. Plano: Republic of Texas Press, 1997. ________. Texas Ranger Tales II. Plano: Republic of Texas Press, 1999. Davis, John L. The Texas Rangers: Images and Incidents. San Antonio: Institute of Texan Cultures, 1991. ________. The Texas Rangers...


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