The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 76, July 1972 - April, 1973 Page: 416
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Cumberland, Mexican Revolution: The Constitutionalist Years,
by Anthony Bryan 489
Cosmas, An Army for Empire, by H. Wayne Morgan 490
Baughman, The Mallorys of Mystic: Six Generations in American
Maritime Enterprise, by Keith L. Bryant, Jr. 491
Green, Some More Horse Tradin', by Marc Simmons 492
Harlan, Booker T. Washington: The Making of a Black Leader,
1856-1901, by Lewis L. Gould 493
Prassel, The Western Peace Officer: A Legacy of Law and Order,
by Gary L. Roberts 494
Kerby, Kirby Smith's Confederacy: The Trans-Mississippi South,
1863-1865, by Frank H. Smyrl 495
Potter, The South and the Concurrent Majority,
by Numan V. Bartley 496
Cadenhead, Jesis Gonzdlez Ortega and Mexican National Politics,
by David B. Adams 497
Roussel, The Houston Symphony Orchestra, 1913-1971,
by Walter Rundell, Jr. 497
Schruben, Wea Creek to El Dorado: Oil in Kansas, 1860-192o,
by John G. Clark 498
Mails, The Mystic Warriors of the Plains, by Martha Utterback 500
Schiwetz, The Schiwetz Legacy: An Artist's Tribute to Texas,
1910o-97I, by Barney Delabano 500
Miller, The Public Lands of Texas, 1z59-1970,
by Jim B. Pearson 501
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