The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 76, July 1972 - April, 1973 Page: 218
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Southwestern Historical Quarterly
RANCHING AND CATTLE
"The Greatest Show in Mexico," by Ronnie C. Tyler, The Ameri-
can West (May, 1972). Deals with a Wild West show that toured
Mexico in the early twentieth century.
"The Era of the American Cowboy," by Louis C. Kleber, History
Today (May, 1972). Affords insight into the factors that made the
American cowboy unique.
REPUBLIC OF TEXAS
"In Quest of the Golden Fleece: Dubois de Saligny and French In-
tervention in the New World," by Nancy Nichols Barker, The West-
ern Historical Quarterly (July, 1972) . Notes the deeds of the man who
was the French minister to the Republic of Texas and later to Mexico.
"A Reappraisal of the Causes of Farm Protest in the United States,
1870-1900oo," by Anne Mayhew, The Journal of Economic History
(June, 1972) . Reinterprets the data on the farmers' protest movements
of the late nineteenth century.
"Science and Art in the Southwest," by Richard Lillard, The Amer-
ican West (July, 1972). Recounts the changes that twentieth-century
man has brought to the American Southwest.
"Historians and the Extent of Slave Ownership in the Southern
United States," by Otto H. Olsen, Civil War History (June, 1972).
Challenges the traditional assumption that the ownership of slaves and
the economic benefits of slavery extended to only a small minority of
the southern white population.
TOWNS AND COUNTIES
"Texana, Texas: The City That Didn't Make It," by Stephen
Miller, The Texas Historian (September, 1972) . Traces the history
of Texana, a South Texas town that was doomed to oblivion when it
was by-passed by the railroads.
"Waxahachie Chautauqua Auditorium," by Candace Ann Cain,
The Texas Historian (September, 1972). Recounts the history of the
octagon-shaped auditorium constructed at the turn of the century for
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