bullet "Sabine Pass in The Civil War," East Texas Historical JournalIX, #2 (Oct. 1971), 129-136.
bullet "Torch Bearer, Church Builder, and ‘Pistol-Packin’ Priest of The East Texas Wilderness: Reverend Father Vitalus Quinon" Texas Gulf Historical and Biographical Record, XXIX (1993), 30-54.
bullet "A Buccaneer Family in Spanish East Texas. Captain James and Mary Sabinal Campbell," Texas Gulf Historical and Biographical Record XXVII (1993), 77-95.
bullet "The Swamp Angels: A History of Spaight’s 11th Battalion, Texas Volunteers, Confederate State Army," East Texas Historical Journal, XXX, #1 (1992), 44-57.
bullet "The 1850 Manuscript Census Schedules For Jefferson County, Texas," Texas Gulf Historical and Biographical Record, VII, #2 (1072), 64-130.
bullet "Beaumont In The 1850’s: Extracts From The Writings of Henry P. Green," Texas Gulf Historical and Biographical Record, Xl (1975), 49-78, edited/annotated by W. T. Block.
bullet "Fort Griffin Myths Exploded" East Texas Historical Journal, IX, #2 (1971) 137-139.
bullet "Minutemen of 1835-1836," Texas Gulf Historical and Biographical Record XI (1975), 79-91.
bullet "Olive, Hardin County, Texas: An Extinct Sawmill Town and The Olive-Sternenberg Partnership That Built It," Texas Gulf Historical and Biographical Record XXVI (1990). 31-51.
bullet "Tulip Transplants to East Texas: The Dutch Migration to Nederland, Port Arthur, and Winnie, 1895-1915," East Texas Historical Journal, XIII, #2 (1975), 36-50.
bullet "The Ghostly-Silent Guns of Galveston: A Chronicle of Colonel J. G. Kellersberger, The Confederate Chief Engineer of East Texas," East Texas Historical Journal, XXXIII, #2 (1995), 21-31
bullet "From Cotton Bales To Black GoldA History of The Pioneer Wiess Families of Southeastern Texas," Texas Gulf Historical and Biographical Record, VIII #1 (Nov. 1972), 40-61.
bullet "Charles Cronea of Sabine Pass: Lafitte Buccaneer and Texas Veteran," Texas Gulf Historical and Biographical Record, edited and annotated by W. T. Block, XI #1 (1975, 91-95.
bullet "A Towering East Texas Pioneer: A Biographical Sketch of Colonel Albert Miller Lea," East Texas Historical Journal, XXXII, #2, (1993), 23-33
bullet "Calcasieu Pass Victory, Heroism Equal Dowling’s," East Texas Historical Journal, IX #2 (1971), 139-144.
bullet "The Growth of The Jefferson County Rice Industry, 1849-1910," Texas Gulf Historical and Biographical Record, XXIII #1 (Nov. 1937), 41-74.
bullet "The Romance of Sabine Lake: Scene of Slaving Smuggling, Steamboating, Border Conflict and Cotton Commerce Under The Texas Republic," Texas Gulf Historical and Biographical Record, IX #1 (Nov. 1973), 943.
bullet "New Chapter in History of Sabine Pass Written," East Texas Historical Journal, IX #2 (October 1971), 145-147.
bullet "The Memoirs of Captain Kosciuszko D. Keith," Texas Gulf Historical Biographical Record, edited and annotated by W. T Block, X #1 (1974), 41-64.
bullet "A Brief History of The Early Beaumont Jewish Community," Texas Gulf Historical and Biographical Record, XX (Nov. 1931), 42-54.
bullet "Legend of Two Old Cannons: Sabine History Written in Gunsmoke," East Texas Historical Journal, IX #2 (1971), 147-149.
bullet "An Early East Texas Captain of Commerce; David Robert Wingate," Texas Gulf Historical and Biographical Record, XIII #1(1977), 59-79.
bullet "Beaumont’s Pig Business," Texas Gulf Historical and Biographical Record, reprint edited and annotated by W. T. Block, XIII (1977), 84-90
bullet "Christian Hillebrand: Cattle Baron," Texas Gulf Historical and Biographical Record, VII (Nov. 1971), 38-41.
bullet "Documents of The Early Sawmilling Epoch," Texas Gulf Historical and Biographical Record, IX (Nov. 1973), 47-63.
bullet "Versatility Was Proud Boast of Area Civil War Outfit," East Texas Historical Journal, IX #2 (Oct. 1971), 149-151.
bullet "When Moby Dick Came To Port Arthur," Texas Gulf Historical and Biographical Record, XVII (Nov. 1981), 49-55.
bullet "Call Us ‘Alligatorville,’ If You Will," Yellowed Pages, XIII (Summer 1983), pp. 42-44.
bullet "Some Early History of Sabine Pass, Texas,: President Sam Houston’s Sabine City Company," Texas Gull Historical and Biographical Record, XXV (Nov. 1989), 80-91.
bullet "Hamilton Stuart and Benjamin Chambers Stuart: A Century of Distinguished East Texas Journalism and History," Texas Gulf Historical and Biographical Record, XXXIII (Nov. 1997).
bullet "Duncan Smith: Calcasieu Parish’s Confederate Traitor or American Patriot," originally published in Kinfolk’s (publication of the Southwest Louisiana Genealogical Society), reprinted in Cameron (La) Pilot, July 26 and Aug. 1, 1996. (Smith was a great grandfather of W. T. Block.)
bullet "Methodism Came to Port Neches In 1881," Yellowed Pages, Xl (Aug. 1981), pp. 123-126.

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