The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 79, July 1975 - April, 1976 Page: 18
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Giraud, A History of French Louisiana. Volume One: The Reign of
Louis XV, 1698-1715; and Sprague, So Vast So Beautiful a
Land: Louisiana and the Purchase, by Nancy N. Barker o07
La Forte, Leaders of Reform: Progressive Republicans in Kansas,
19oo-19z6, by Lewis L. Gould Io8
Adams, The Architecture and Art of Early Hispanic Colorado; and
J. and B. Sherman, Ghost Towns and Mining Camps of New
Mexico, by Al Lowman 110o
Larson, New Mexico Populism: A Study of Radical Protest in a
Western Territory, by Robert J. Rosenbaum I I
Faulk, Crimson Desert; and Stout, Apache Lightning: The Last
Great Battle of the Ojo Calientes, by Robert M. Utley II 2
Cadenhead, Benito Judrez, by Warren A. Beck I 13
Winfrey, Seventy-five Years of Texas History: The Texas State
Historical Association, 1897-I972, by Llerena Friend' I14
McLean (comp. and ed.), Papers Concerning Robertson's Colony
in Texas, by Adrian Anderson 115
Taylor, Money on the Hoof, by Richard G. Miller 116
Lee County Historical Survey Committee, A History of Lee County,
Texas; Lewis, A History of Parmer County, Texas; Ransleben,
A Hundred Years of Comfort in Texas; and Skinner, Rowena
Country, by Frederick S. White 11"7
Ricketts, El Lobo and Spanish Gold: A Texas Maverick in Mexico,
by Ben E. Pingenot I18
Rosa, They Called Him Wild Bill; and Hutton, Doc Middleton: Life
and Legends of the Notorious Plains Outlaw, by Robert
G. McCubbin 11"9
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