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From: Toby Turner <>
Subject: Re: [17TH-TX-CAVALRY] More Information on 17th
Date: Fri, 5 Feb 2010 17:05:56 -0600
The best way to answer this is to direct you to the WorldCat site at http://www.worldcat.org/advancedsearch
>From here you need to type in the name of the periodical and then see where it is available close to you. Often, I find things are just too far away.
If you do not find any library near you that has any of these articles, you can always try the Allen County Library http://friendsofallencounty.org/search_genperiodicals.php who will copy the relevant pages to send to you (I believe the cost is $7.50 per six different titles plus copying charges). You can print off a form from their home page. I think I may have asked the library in Tyler to copy the Marsh letters.
I can't remember exactly how I came across these, but it's possible that I performed a PERSI search on HeritageQuest (which is available at my home via my Houston Public Library Card or at the Clayton Library for Genealogical Research in Houston) which gave me the titles. But, honestly, it's been so many years ago that I don't remember.
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