The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 67, July 1963 - April, 1964 Page: 462
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Southwestern Historical Quarterly
Mississippi West. Of equal interest to modern, peripatetic stu-
dents of history, much of the book is concerned with comprehen-
sive descriptions of nationally historic sites which served. as focal
points in the titanic struggle between Indian and invader. Three
sites in Texas have been judged eligible for the Registry of
National Historic Landmarks: Fort Belknap, Fort Concho, and
Fort Davis. Other Texas sites described are Adobe Walls Battle-
field; Forts Clark, Griffin, Lancaster, McKavett, Richardson, and
Stockton; and Palo Duro Canyon Battlefield.
Sites are located on an accurate series of maps appropriately
distributed throughout the text. An impressive succession of
photographs, over one hundred in number, provides a pictorial
representation that is itself well worth the price of the publi-
Data relating to Texas were presumably prepared by Robert M.
Utley, southwest regional historian for the National Park Serv-
ice, an exceptionally able historian, who served as an editorial
collaborator for the project.
Soldier and Brave is the first in a series of sixteen volumes
based on the work of the National Park Service. Subsequent
volumes will treat other broad phases of American history as
commemorated in surviving historic sites and buildings.
WILLIAM T. FIELD
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