The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 76, July 1972 - April, 1973 Page: 18
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Banks, Money, Marbles and Chalk: The Wondrous World of
Texas Politics, by David Hearne 95
McMillen, The Citizens' Council: Organized Resistance to the
Second Reconstruction, 1954-1964, by Numan V. Bartley 96
Davis, The Image of Lincoln in the South, by Michael D. Pierce 97
Merk and Merk, Fruits of Propaganda in the Tyler
Administration, by Gene Brack 98
Link, The Higher Realism of Woodrow Wilson and Other
Essays, by John W. Hillje 99
von Wrede, Sketches of Life in the United States of North
America and Texas, by Terry G. Jordan loo
Weber, The Taos Trappers: The Fur Trade in the Far
Southwest, 1540-1846, by Herbert H. Lang lo1
Zuber, My Eighty Years in Texas, by Walter L. Brown 102
Connor, Texas: A History, by Frederick W. Rathjen 104
Clarke, Chief Bowles and the Texas Cherokees, by T. N. Campbell 105
Levitan and Hetrick, Big Brother's Indian Programs-With
Reservations, by Robert T. Smith lo6
Przygoda, Texas Pioneers from Poland: A Study in Ethnic
History, by Sister Jan Maria Wozniak 10o
Carroll (ed.), The Black Military Experience in the
American West, by Norman Lederer lo9
Weiss and Proctor, Umphrey Lee: A Biography,
by James W. Morgan 10
Burke, Missions of Old Texas, by Robert S. Weddle 111
Syers, Off the Beaten Path, by Wayne Gard 112
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