The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 76, July 1972 - April, 1973 Page: 94
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Southwestern Historical Quarterly
"Dolls, Vassals, and Drudges-Pioneer Women in the West," by
T. A. Larson, The Western Historical Quarterly (January, 1972).
Discusses the leading role of the western states in the woman suffrage
"The Great Confrontation: The South and the Problem of Change,"
by John Hope Franklin, The Journal of Southern History (February,
1972). Analyzes the break-down of the South's myth of the perfect
"White on Black: A Check List of Poetry by White Americans
about the Black Experience, 1708-1970," by Conrad A. Balliet,
Bulletin of the New York Public Library (November, 1971) . Includes
an introductory essay and a guide to poetry concerning blacks.
TOWNS AND COUNTIES
"A New Era for Milam County," by Ann Arthur, The Texas His-
torian (March, 1972). Presents an account of the development of
various industries in the county throughout the past century.
"Mysteries of Caddo Lake," by Clinton Horn, The Texas Historian
(March, 1972) . Explores the history of this East Texas lake.
"A Century and a Half of Colorful History in Galveston," East
Texas (February, 1972). Highlights events in Galveston since the era
of Jean Lafitte.
"Reign of the Tricolors," by Chris Taylor, The Texas Historian
(March, 1972) . Records the brief history of a noted Texas racetrack-
"Town Development in Southwest Louisiana, 1865-1900," by Don-
ald J. Millet, Louisiana History (Spring, 1972). Surveys the growth
of several Louisiana communities.
"Jefferson's Four Industrial 'Firsts,' " by John Jackson, The Texas
Historian (May, 1972) . Traces the history of the first gas, ice, beer,
and iron industries in Texas.
"Block Y Country," by Gaye Ten Eyck, The Texas Historian (May,
1972). Reminiscences about the West Texas area near Dryden.
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