The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 80, July 1976 - April, 1977 Page: 338
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Southwestern Historical Quarterly
nal of Political and Military Sociology (Spring, 1976). Studies Texas
Mexican American middle class and politically oriented ethnic organiza-
" 'The Persuasive Lips': Men and Guns in America, The West," by
Eric Mottram, Journal of American Studies (April, I976). Explores Amer-
"Mexican Americans, Chicanos, and Others: Ethnic Self-Identifica-
tion and Selected Social Attributes of Rural Texas Youth," by Michael
V. Miller, Rural Sociology (Summer, 1976). Evaluates Influence of dif-
"Fatalism and Famalism among Anglos and Mexican Americans in
San Antonio," by Buford E. Farris and Norval D. Glenn, Sociology and
Social Research (July, 1976). Discredits traditional "cultural handicap"
explanation for low socioeconomic status of Mexican Americans.
TOWNS AND COUNTIES
"Tyler's First Fair," by Loy J. Gilbert, Chronicles of Smith County
(Summer, 1976). Describes growth and decline of Tyler fair.
"The I876 Courthouse," by Morris S. Burton, Chronicles of Smith
County (Summer, 1976). Offers construction details and photographs of
Smith County courthouse.
"Is the Metroplex Big Enough for Both of Us?" by Bill Porterfield,
D, The Magazine of Dallas (June, 1976). Examines historic Fort Worth/
"Planning the Metroplex," by Betty McCarty, Texas Architect (Novem-
ber-December, 1976). Examines Dallas/Fort Worth area regional plan-
"Our Town," by Geoff Winningham, Texas Monthly (June, 1976).
Records impressions of Hallettsville.
"The Boomsday Book," by Harry Hurt, III, Texas Monthly (October,
I976). Reports findings of a study regarding the consequences of Hous-
ton's continuing growth.
"Names and Origins of Towns and Post Offices in Polk County, Tex-
as," by Aline Stephenson, The Roadrunner, Chaparral Genealogical So-
ciety (Vol. 2, No. 4). Completes serialization.
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