The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 79, July 1975 - April, 1976 Page: 348
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Southwestern Historical Quarterly
"State Population Changes, I970-1973," by Bryan Adair, Texas Busi-
ness Review (October, I975). Details change by counties.
"The South & the Outside: Origin of a Partnership," by Howard Beeth,
Southern Humanities Review (Fall, 1975). Discusses Quakers as first
"East of the Trinity: Glimpses of Life in East Texas in the Early I85os,"
by Ralph A. Wooster, East Texas Historical Journal (Fall, 1975). Offers
"Charles Colcock Jones and the Southern Evangelical Crusade to Form
a Biracial Community," by Donald G. Mathews, The Journal of Southern
History (August, 1975). Analyzes Jones's mission.
"Replenishing the Soils and the Soul of Texas: The CCC in the Lone
Star State as an Example of State-Federal Work Relief during the Great
Depression," by Kenneth E. Hendrickson, Jr., Faculty Papers of Midwest-
ern University (1974-1975). Studies Texas experience with CCC.
TOWNS AND COUNTIES
"Houston, 1990-2000: The City of Tomorrow," Houston (September,
1975). Forecasts future,
"'Hubbub' of Houston, the Rice Hotel, Goes to the Great Convention
in the Sky," by David Snell, Smithsonian (July, 1975). Reviews past.
"The Sinking of America," by Christopher L. Hallowell, The Sciences
(April, i975). Explains serious problem facing Houston area.
"The Founding of a Port City: Port Arthur, Texas," by John R. Roch-
elle, East Texas Historical Journal (Fall, i975). Examines town's begin-
"Tulip Transplants to East Texas: The Dutch Immigration to Neder-
land, Port Arthur, and Winnie, 1895-I915," by W. T. Bloch, East Texas
Historical Journal (Fall, 1975). Records story in some detail.
"Army Engineers Celebrate Bicentennial," Port Galveston (June-July,
I975). Links corps to Galveston development.
"'Pea Vine' Railroad: Lifeline of the Prairie," by Jean M. Burroughs,
Greater Llano Estacado Southwest Heritage (Summer, 1975). Describes
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