The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 75, July 1971 - April, 1972 Page: 248
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Southwestern Historical Quarterly
cludes the account of David French Boyd, on his Indian Territory
"Civil War Military Operations in and around Ponchatoula, Lou-
isiana," by Wiliam E. Perrin, Jr., Louisiana History (Spring, 1971).
Discusses 1862-1863 confrontations.
"Campaigning on the Upper Gila, 1756," by John L. Kessell, New
Mexico Historical Review (April, 1971). Deals with the Spanish
military expedition against the Apache tribes.
"Agrarian Radicals and Their Opponents: Political Conflict in
Southern Oklahoma, 1910-1924," by Garin Burbank, Journal of
American History (June, 197 1). Discusses the Socialist movement
in Oklahoma's Red River counties.
"The Beginnings of the Louisiana Republican Party," by Philip
D. Uzee, Louisiana History (Summer, 1971). Treats the Free State
Committee and Radical groups which evolved into the Republican
party in post-Civil War Louisiana.
"Negro Marshals in the Indian Territory," by Daniel F. Little-
field, Jr., and Lonnie E. Underhill, The Journal of Negro History
(April, 1971). Treats black lawmen's careers among the Indian nations.
"The American Rodeo: Sport and Spectacle," by Willard H.
Porter, The American West (July, 1971). Furnishes a concise history
of the rodeo and its heroes.
" 'Kid' Foss and the Birth of Rodeo," by Marie MacDonald,
Montana, the Magazine of Western History (Summer, 197 1). Gives
information on the life of Ralph Hjalmar Foss and his role during
rodeo's developing years.
"The American Missionary Association and the Freedmen in Ar-
kansas, 1863-1878," by Larry Wesley Pearce, The Arkansas His-
torical Quarterly (Summer, 1971). Treats the educational work in
Arkansas of this northern abolitionist society.
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