The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 75, July 1971 - April, 1972 Page: 392
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Southwestern Historical Quarterly
"Indian Non-Military Intertribal and International Relations," edit-
ed by D. E. Livingston-Little, Journal of the West (July, 1971) . Com-
prises articles on Indian history, by Daniel F. Littlefield, Jr., Helen
Addison Howard, Robert L. Munkres, Michael D. Heaston, Harry
Kelsey, Sam B. Hilliard, Lonnie E. Underhill, and Michael T. Smith.
"The Rise and Fall of the First Indian Movement," by Vine Deloria,
Jr., The Historian (August, 1971). Discusses the pan-Indian move-
ment, through a review of Hazel W. Hertzberg's The Search for an
American Indian Identity (Syracuse University Press, 1971) .
"Invasion of Caddo Parish by General Thomas Jefferson Rusk's Re-
public of 'Texas Army, 1838," by Thomas E Ruffin, North Louisiana
Historical Society Journal (Spring, 1971). Describes an incident when
Texas troops pursued some Caddo Indians into U.S. territory as far as
"The Indian Territory Expedition: Winter Campaigns, 1874-1875,"
by Jerry L. Rogers, Texas Military History (No. 4, 1970) . Chronicles
the activities of U.S. troops under Nelson A. Miles in the Indian
"Southern Governors and Political Change: Campaign Stances on
Racial Segregation and Economic Development, 1950-69," by Earl
Black, The Journal of Politics (August, 1971) . Studies political atti-
tudes as represented by governors of the southern states.
"Texas Rangers-A Living Legend," Texas Public Employee (Au-
gust, 1971). Summarizes the history of the Rangers on their 148th
"The Spanish Horse in Texas and the West," by Robert M. Den-
hardt, The Cattlemen (September, 1971). Traces the history of the
European-introduced horse in the northern Spanish colonies.
TOWNS AND COUNTIES
"Memories of the 'Rainbow Era,' " Tip-o-Texan (October, 1971) .
Recounts the studies by Dorothy Lee Pope of the 1910-1930 settlement
era in the Rio Grande Valley.
"Clay County Lost a Few Years and Some Battles, but Won the War,"
by Welden Hart, Texas Good Roads Association Newsletter (Novem-
ber, 1971) . Furnishes historical highlights of Clay County, Texas.
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