The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 57, July 1953 - April, 1954 Page: 221
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Travel Books on Texas Published in Foreign Countries 221
Date of observation: Author resided "several years" in the United
States prior to the publication of the book.
Pages 94-96 contain a brief but accurate and informative note on
the Germans in Texas. Pages 83-1o8 give a sober account of the eco-
nomic life of Texas with no special attention to the color, history,
and traditions of the state. There are some notes on the demographic
and climatic conditions. Houston, Fort Worth, San Antonia, and
El Paso are described briefly with fugitive notes on other communities.
Zimmermann is most annoyed by the nascent prohibition movement,
which seemed to be thriving even in Texas.
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