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The Southwestern Historical Quarterly is the oldest scholarly journal in Texas, continuously published since 1897. The Quarterly brings the latest and most authoritative research in Texas history to a wide audience of history lovers and scholars. The Quarterly seeks to publish original research on Texas history topics that have the greatest historical significance and the broadest reader interest. We welcome submissions by graduate students and amateur historians as well as professional scholars. All submissions are reviewed by the journal's editorial staff and, at the editors' descretion, appropriate specialists.  

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Southwestern Historical Quarterly
Texas State Historical Association
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Austin, TX 78703

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