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The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 98, July 1994 - April, 1995

Notes and Documents
Estudios Tejanos: A List of Historical Literature on
Mexican Americans in Texas
Texas includes scholarly works that focus primarily on the Tejano
experience from the period immediately following the Battle of San Jac-
into (April 21, 1836) to the present. It lists only those studies published
since 1970 and dissertations written since that time.
Allsup, Carl, The American G.I. Forum: Origins and Evolution (Austin: Center for
Mexican American Studies, University of Texas Press, 1982).
, "Education is Our Freedom: The American G.I. Forum and the Mexican
American School Segregation in Texas, 1948-1957," Aztlan, VIII (Spring,
Summer, Fall, 1977).
Almariz, Felix D., Jr., "Carlos E. Castafieda, Mexican American Historian: The
Formative Years, 1896-1927," Pacific Historical Review, XLII (Aug., 1973).
, "Carlos E. Castafieda and Our Catholic Heritage: The Initial Volumes
(1933-1943)," Social Science Journal, XIII (Apr., 1976).
, "Carlos E. Castaileda's Rendezvous With a Library: The Latin American
Collection, 1920-1927-The Final Phase," Journal of Library History, XVI
, "Contributions of Mexican Americans to Texas Historiography," in Light
Townsend Cummins and Alvin R. Bailey Jr., A Guide to the History of Texas
(New York: Greenwood Press, 1988).
, "The Making of a Boltonian: Carlos E. Castaieda of Texas-The Early
Years," Red River Valley Historical Review, I (Winter, 1974)-
*Arnoldo De Le6n is C. J. "Red" Davidson Professor of History at Angelo State University, San
Angelo, Texas, and is the author of several articles and monographs on Mexican Americans in

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