The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 76, July 1972 - April, 1973 Page: 336
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Southwestern Historical Quarterly
"Narrow-Gauge Railroads in Arkansas," by Lee A. Dew and Louis
Koeppe, The Arkansas Historical Quarterly (Autumn, 1972). Dis-
cusses the role that less than standard-gauge railroads played in the
development of Arkansas.
"Governor E. M. Pease and Texas Railroad Development in the
1850's," by Roger A. Griffin, East Texas Historical Journal (Fall,
I972). Investigates the relationship of Pease with the making of Texas
RANCHING AND CATTLE
"Texas Cattlemen and the AAA, 1933-1935," by C. Roger Lambert,
Arizona and the West (Summer, 1972) . Tells of the New Deal program
for Texas ranchers during the Depression.
"Adios, Vaquero," Texas Parade (October, 1972). Presents a sam-
pling of William D. Wittliff's photographs of Mexican vaqueros.
"The Czechs: A People United," by Cathy Jean Kubes, The Texas
Historian (November, 1972) . Records some of the experiences of Czech
immigrants in Texas.
TOWNS AND COUNTIES
"Record Flood of the Rio Bravo," by Maria Guadalupe Ramos, The
Texas Historian (November, 1972). Describes the 1954 flood that
devastated Eagle Pass and Piedras Negras.
"Historic Galveston," by Walter Kuehne, Texas Parade (August,
1972). Contains information about many of the ornate, nineteeth-
century homes in the Island City.
"When Steamboats Plied the Rio," by Marjorie Johnson, Tip-O-
Texan (Augu'st, 1972). Recounts the decades when steamboats traveled
the Rio Grande.
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