The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 80, July 1976 - April, 1977 Page: 112
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by James R. Thompson, Jr., Mississippi Quarterly (Winter, 1975-I976).
Considers Baptists vis-h-vis anti-evolution movement and laws.
SOCIAL AND INTELLECTUAL HISTORY
"The Ideal Typology and Ante-Bellum Southern History: A Testing
of a New Approach," by Bertram Wyatt-Brown, Societas (Winter, 1975).
Proposes a "family-centered, particularlistic, ascriptive culture."
"Heraldry in the Republic of Texas Era in the United States of Amer-
ica," by Mrs. Harry Joseph Morris, Stirpes (March, 1976). Notes pre-
sence of armigerous individuals in Texas.
"The Darker Image: American Negro Minstrelsy Through the His-
torian's Lens," by George F. Rehin, Journal of American Studies (Decem-
ber, I975). Explores character of minstrelsy.
"The Cowboy as Scientific Apache," by Anne Marvin, New York Folk-
lore (Summer, I975). Suggests that the cowboy's image combined nine-
teenth-century civilization and the "wild" life of the Indian.
TOWNS AND COUNTIES
"Names and Origins of Towns and Post Offices in Polk County, Texas,"
by Aline Stephenson, The Roadrunner, Chaparral Genealogical Society
(Vol. 2, No. 2). Presents first installment of multi-part series.
"Drugs and the Police," by Tom Stephenson and Robert Finklea, D,
the Magazine of Dallas (March, 1976); "Bad Apples," by John Moulder,
Texas Observer (January 30, 1976). Explore police problems in North
"Texas: British Through and Through," by Donald Kay, Newsletter,
Indiana Place-Name Survey (1974). Lists British equivalents for Texas
"San Antonio Experiment," by Virgil Elizondo, New Catholic World
(May-June, 1976). Looks at organization of community activists.
"Early Days of Market Street," by Corinne [Staack], Newsletter, San
Antonio Conservation Society (March-April, 1976). Describes tenants
"Texas Town Saved," by Chip Kaufman, Newsletter, San Antonio Con-
servation Society (March-April, 1976). Discusses recycling of Gruene.
"Waxahachie's Sims Library: One of the State's Oldest," by Steve Ful-
ton, Texas Libraries (Fall, 1975). Reports history.
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