The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 82, July 1978 - April, 1979 Page: 454
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Southwestern Historical Quarterly
L. Robe, New Scholar (1977). Considers varieties of Chicano folksong.
"Short History of Chicano Workers," by Lorenzo Torres, Southwest
Economy & Society (Winter, 1977-1978). Reviews history of Chicano
workers in the Southwest.
"On Ethnological Work among Minority Groups: A Folklorists' Per-
spective," by Americo Paredes, New Scholar (1977). Discusses ways in
which anthropologists have been misled by folklore.
"Agringado Joking in Texas Mexican Society: Folklore and Differ-
ential Identity," by Jos E. Lim6n, New Scholar (1977). Explains func-
tion of the agringado joke in protecting cultural identity.
"Forgotten Mormon Perspectives: Slavery, Race, and the Black Man
as Issues among Non-Utah Latter-Day Saints, 1844-1873," by Newell
G. Bringhurst, Michigan History (Winter, 1977). Examines contrasting
views of two church leaders.
SOCIAL AND INTELLECTUAL HISTORY
"Jefferson Davis: From President to Place-Name," by Philip C.
Kolin, Names (Sept., 1977). Notes widespread appropriation of Davis's
"The Origins of Anti-Mexican Sentiment in the United States," by
Raymund Paredes, New Scholar (1977). Traces prejudice to attitudes
rooted in Anglo-American tradition.
UNITED STATES-MEXICAN RELATIONS
"Petr6leo e intervenci6n: relaciones entre los Estados Unidos y Mex-
ico, 1917-1918," by Dennis J. O'Brien, Historia mexicana (July-Sept.,
1977); "Hugh Lenox Scott y le diplomacia de los Estados Unidos hacia
la revoluci6n mexicana," by James W. Harper, Historia mexicana
(Jan.-Mar., 1978). Deal with aspects of Mexican-American conflict.
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