The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 82, July 1978 - April, 1979 Page: 328
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So uthwestern Historical Quarterly
Religion and the Evolution of the Negro Church," by James Smallwood,
East Texas Historical Journal (Fall, 1978). Describes the formation of
separate black congregations.
SOCIAL AND INTELLECTUAL HISTORY
"Lambshead Ranch, Texas," by Betsy Knight, Antiques (August,
1978). Describes architecture and furnishings of several ranch houses.
"The United States Army as the Early Patron of Naturalists in the
Trans-Mississippi West, 1803-1820," by Phillip Drennan Thomas, The
Chronicles of Oklahoma (Summer, 1978). Assays scientific accomplish-
ments of early army expeditions.
"The Index of Southerness Revisited: The Influence of Wherefrom
upon Whodunit," by William G. Doerner; "Comments," by Colin Lof-
tin and Robert H. Hill, Criminology (May, 1978). Continue research
into the level of violence in the South relative to the rest of the country.
TOWNS AND COUNTIES
"San Antonio at Heart," by Boone Powell and Catherine Powell,
Texas Architect (Nov.-Dec., 1978). Reviews city's architectural history.
"The Missions of San Antonio: Salvation, Once and For All," by
Michael McCullar; "San Antonio Missions: An Historical Perspective,"
Texas Architect (Oct.-Nov., 1978). Discusses establishment of the Na-
tional Mission Historic Park, with capsule descriptions of four missions.
"How to Steal an Election," by Rowland Stiteler, D (Nov., 1978).
Discusses accusations of voter fraud in South Dallas.
"There Goes the Neighborhood," by Charles Matthews, D Magazine
(Aug., 1978). Considers property values and neighborhood revitalization.
"Dallas Awakes to Heritage (Almost Too Late)," by William Mc-
Donald, Dallas (Jan., 1978). Notes progress of residential restoration.
"Joy: Microcosm of Rural America," by John W. Wilkins, Chronicles
of Smith County, Texas (Summer, 1978). Remembers residents and his-
tory of East Texas community.
UNITED STATES-MEXICAN RELATIONS
"Oklahoma Pioneers in Mexico: The Chamal Colony," by John J.
Winberry, The Chronicles of Oklahoma (Summer, 1978). Recounts
story of settlement caught between Mexico's warring factions.
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