|THE TEXAS GULF HISTORICAL AND BIOGRAPHICAL RECORD||
Judith Walker Linsley and Ellen Walker Rienstra, "Henry Millard, Forgotten Texian."
Patricia Clegg, "Free Blacks in Early Texas."
Ralph A. Wooster, "The Texas Gulf Coast in the Civil War."
Randolph B. Campbell, "Reconstruction in Jefferson County, Texas, 1865-1876."
Cassandre Durso, "Two States with One Goal: Texas and Louisiana Recruit Italians."
W. T. Block, "The Growth of Jefferson County, Texas, Rice Industry, 1849-1910."
Jonathan K. Gerland, "Sawdust City: Beaumont, Texas, on the Eve of the Petroleum Age."
Thomas Reid, "The Case of Archie Washington."
Terry Lee Rioux, "A Biographical Sketch of George Washington Carroll."
Amilcar Shabazz, "The African-American Educational Legacy in Beaumont, Texas."
Steven A. Reich, "Struggle in the Piney Woods: Land, Labor, and Working-Class Formation in Southeast Texas."
Fred B. McKinley, "The Yount-Lee Oil Company and the Second Spindletop Oil Field."
John W. Storey, "Born of Discord: The Origins and Early Years of Central Baptist Church of Port Arthur."
Ara Ryherd Roden, "The Jefferson Theatre: The Design and Construction of Beaumont's Movie Palace."
Paul E. Isaac, "Beaumont, Texas, and the Great Depression, 1929-1933.'
Charlotte A. Holliman, "Beaumont Women during World War II."
John R. Tisdale, "'Frankly, Joe, What's in This Strike for You and Me': The 114-Day Texaco Strike of 1950 and How It Is Remembered."
Robert J. Robertson, "Congressman Jack Brooks: The Struggle for the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and the Desegregation of Public Accommodations and Facilities in Southeast Texas."