The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 74, July 1970 - April, 1971 Page: 270
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Southwestern Historical Quarterly
"The Fight in Lincoln, N.M., 1878," edited by Lee Scott Theisen,
Arizona and the West (Summer, 1970). George Washington and
Sebrian Bates, Negro participants, describe a Lincoln County War
"It Almost Became Shreveport, Texas," by Tom Ruffin, East Texas
(July, 1970). Recounts a Reconstruction effort to annex northwestern
Louisiana to Texas.
"A Look at the 'Family' in Arkansas Politics, 1858-1865," by
Michael Dougan, Arkansas Historical Quarterly (Summer, 1970).
Describes the fall of a statewide political machine.
"Efectos Sociales de la Crisis de 1929," by Mois6s Gonzalez Na-
varro, Historia Mexicana (April-June, I97o). Discusses the Depression
and Mexican immigration to the southwestern United States.
"Establishing L aw and Order in the Oil Fields," by James R.
Ward, Texana (No. 1, 1970) . Describes the 1924 vice raids in the
C:orsicana oil fields.
TOWNS AND COUNTIES
"Villa Nueva," by Mrs. C. S. Reid, Tip-O-Texan (May, 1970).
Reminiscences of a childhood in this Cameron County community.
"The Tree and Well in Mason's Square," by Stella Gipson Polk,
T7he Cattleman (June, 1970). A remembrance of an old Mason
"Stories My Grandmother Told Me," by Hazel Miller Brittain,
East Texas Historical Journal (March, 197o). Recalls the early settle-
mient of Shelby County.
"The John Jay French Trading Post," by Rosine M. Wilson, East
Texas Historical Journal (March, 1970) . Traces the career of an
early Beaumont merchant.
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