The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 79, July 1975 - April, 1976 Page: 236
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Southwestern Historical Quarterly
of Waco, Texas," The Texas Journal of Science (February, 975). Provide
TOWNs AND COUNTIES
"Power and Money in Houston," by Tony Castro, The Texas Observer
(July 4, 1975). Opens series on Houston's economic establishment.
"Occupational and Geographic Mobility in San Antonio, r87o-igoo,"
by Alwyn Barr Social Science Quarterly (September, 1970). Finds dif-
ferent degrees of mobility among ethnic groups:
"Historical Markers in Smith County," compiled by Alice and Loy Gil-
bert, Chronicles of Smith County, Texas (Summer, i 975). Reproduces
legends and locates the markers.
"Agricultural Potpourri," compiled by Andy Leath, Chronicles of Smith
County, Texas (Summer, 1975). Views nineteenth century.
"History of Schleicher County," by Betty Jane Smith, "Stalkin' Kin"
[San Angelo Genealogical and Historical Society, Inc.] (May, 1975). Con-
tributes information about early history and residents.
"Growth of the Mormon Church in El Paso, Texas,"..by Ellen B. Whip-
ple, Password (Spring, 1975). Retraces church history.
"Whatever Happened to the Great Land Boom?" by John Merwin,
D: The Magazine of Dallas (August, 1975). Treats :1972-.1973 boom.
"Shafter Lake: Boom Town Bust," by Paul H. Carlson and Michael
Stark, Southwest Heritage (Winter, 1974-1975) Treats community
"Earliest Log Cabins of Natchitoches," by Carol Wells, North Louisiana
Historical Association Journal (Spring, 1975). Examines early building
"The Anatomy of a Race Riot: Beaumont, Texas, I943," by James S.
Olson and Sharon Pharr, Texana (Vol. I i, No. i). Identifies various ele-
ments of complex phenomenon.
"Who's Number One in the Permian Basin," by Larry L. King, Texas
Monthly (June, 1975). Observes competition between Midland and
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