The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 60, July 1956 - April, 1957 Page: 431
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Book Reviews 431
state, and had characterized each of them, as of 195o, in relation
to their leading features. Such an areal account could have formed
his last chapter, and would have been of marked value for non-
Oklahomans. But, taking the work as it is, one marvels at the
number and variety of topics that Dr. McReynolds has contrived
to find space for in his book.
The University of Oklahoma Press has produced a creditable
volume, as to paper, type-face, and binding. The full-page illus-
trations number thirty-two; they have been well selected, are
clearly reproduced, and make a genuine contribution to the nar-
rative. Ten full-page maps and three smaller maps further support
the narrative. The text, liberally reinforced by footnotes, termi-
nates with a classified bibliography of leading works bearing on
The University of Texas
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