The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 74, July 1970 - April, 1971 Page: 114
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Southwestern Historical Quarterly
"State Anti-Labor Legislation: Texas-A Case Study," by Thomas
B. Brewer, Labor History (Winter, 1970). A reinterpretation of the
sources of southern antilabor legislation.
"Sicilian Socialists in Houston, Texas, 1896-1898," by Malcolm
Sylvers, Labor History (Winter, 1970o). Comments on some documents
from the Unione Socialista dei Lavoratori Italiana "Giufrida Defelice.
"'The Natural Limits of Slavery Expansion': The Mexican Terri-
tories as a Test Case," by Charles Desmond Hart, Mid-America (April,
1970). Reexamines the role played by the "natural limits" argument
in congressional debates of the late 1840's.
"Old Northwest Whigs and Texas Annexation, 1836-April, 1844,"
by Norman E. Tutorow, Indiana Magazine of History, (March, 1970).
Analyzes the responses of Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, and Michigan Whigs
to early annexation proposals.
"The 'Middle Way': The Farmers' Alliance in Indian Territory,
1889-1896," by H. L. Meredith, The Chronicles of Oklahoma (Win-
ter, 1969-197o). Scans the early history of the Farmers' Alliance in
"Mr. Republican: Silas D. Wood," by James Smallwood, Chronicles
of Smith County, Texas (Spring, 1970). Biographical sketch of a
Harrison and Smith County publisher and politician.
"Benjamin Harrison and the Matter of Race," by George Sinkler,
Indiana Magazine of History (September, 1969). Places in national
context Harrison's appointment of Norris Wright Cuney as Galveston
Collector of Customs.
"Hoover and the Red Cross in the Arkansas Drought of 1930," by
Roger Lambert, The Arkansas Historical Quarterly (Spring, 1970).
Illustrates some popular attitudes about charity and relief at the be-
ginning of the depression.
TOWNS AND COUNTIES
"Queen of Texas Ghost Towns," by Louise Cheney Auer, The Cat-
tleman (May, 1970). Retells the story of Indianola, Texas.
"San Augustine," Texas Public Employee (May, 1970). A well-
photographed eassay on a historic Texas town.
"Starr County's Heritage," Tip-o-Texan (January, 1970). A tour
of Roma and Rio Grande City, with a side trip across the river to Mier.
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