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Southwestern Historical Quarterly
Jeanette Heard Robinson, The Texas Gulf Historical and Biographical
Record (Nov., 1977). Depicts Beaumont's attention to the performing
arts during a period of prosperity and growth.
"The Post-Civil War Racial Separations in Southern Protestantism:
Another Look," by Kenneth K. Bailey, Church History (Dec., 1977).
Reexamines growth of racially separate congregations in the South.
"Tin Pan Alley and Dixie: The South in Popular Song," by Earl F.
Bargainnier, Mississippi Quarterly (Fall, 1977g). Shows how songs writ-
ten about the South between 1895 and 1954 reflect the images of that
area, its people, and its way of life.
TOWNS AND COUNTIES
"Frontier Towns in Antebellum East Texas: Jasper County," by
James M. McReynolds, East Texas Historical Journal Vol. XVI, No. 1
(1978). Describes early settlements in Jasper County.
"The Petrified Forest," by Richard West, Texas Monthly (April,
1978). Looks at San Augustine, Texas, its history, people, geography, and
unique place in Texas.
UNITED STATES-MEXICAN RELATIONS
"The Role of Informal Policy Making in U.S.-Mexico Border Cities,"
by John W. Sloan and Jonathan P. West, Social Science Quarterly
(Sept., 1977). Examines border relationships and bicommunity coopera-
tion in five twin-city complexes.
"The Smoldering Fire," by Dick Reavis, Texas Monthly (Mar., 1978).
Relates Mexican guerrilla activity in Texas and Mexico.
"Control across the Border: The United States, Mexico, and Narcot-
ics Policy, 1936-1940," by William O. Walker, III, Pacific Historical
Review (Feb., 1978) Analyzes United States-Mexican narcotic diplo-
macy and its impact upon foreign relations.
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