The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 58, July 1954 - April, 1955 Page: 522
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522 Southwestern Historical Quarterly
Contents: In the introduction a brief historical sketch is given, followed by a
discussion of the discovery, exploration, land grants and geographical names. The
rest of the thesis is devoted to the following discussions: cattle; vernacular of the
range; fruits; cereals; nuts; language; Spanish words used in English; literature;
the Garcia Library; music; dances; laws; religion; missions; furniture; architecture;
roads; irrigation; clothing; food; amusements; San Antonio. Lastly some important
people of Spanish ancestry such as Bonnie McCleary, Jacob de Cordova, are
T5'78.764/Z96. Soc. His., Fklre., Bio., Igth C., soth C., Rep., St., Loc.
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