The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 80, July 1976 - April, 1977 Page: 230
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Southwestern Historical Quarterly
"Time on the Cross, Cliometricians, Clio and the American Crisis,"
by Douglas W. Steeples, The Key Reporter, Phi Beta Kappa newsletter
(Spring, 1976). Evaluates book by Fogel and Engerman.
"Compensated Emancipation: A Rejected Alternative," by Betty L.
Fladeland, The Journal of Southern History (May, I976). Argues that
compensation was a dead alternative before abolitionists denounced it.
"The Corps of Engineers and New Mexico's Water," by Don E. Alberts,
New Mexico Historical Review (April, 1976). Discloses corp's past and
"The Decline and Fall of the New Mexican Great House in the Novels
of Harvey Fergusson: A Classical Example of Anglo-American Ethno-
centricity," by Arthur G. Pettit, New Mexico Historical Review (July,
1976). Discusses Fergusson's analysis of Hispanic decline.
"The Ufia de Gato Grant in Colfax County," by Morris F. Taylor,
New Mexico Historical Review (April, 1976). Scrutinizes conflict over
a Mexican land grant.
"Early Film Making in New Mexico: Romaine Fielding and the Lubin'
West Company," by Robert Anderson, New Mexico Historical Review
(April, i976). Reviews company's operations and its contributions to
"The New Mexico Bureau of Immigration, I88o-I912," by Herbert
H. Lang, New Mexico Historical Review (July, 1916). Examines bureau's
work in informing and attracting prospective settlers.
"Texas Picturebook: A Bicentennial Tribute," Texas Architect (July-
August, 1976). Reproduces pictures of Texas buildings over the years.
"Evoluci6n urbana de Texas durante el siglo xviii," by Alicia V. Tjarks,
Revista de Indias (January, 1973-December, 1974). Considers urban
evolution in Texas during the eighteenth century.
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