The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 83, July 1979 - April, 1980 Page: 20
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McCutchan, Mier Expedition Diary: A Texan Prisoner's Account,
by Marilyn McAdams Sibley 81
Bannon, Herbert Eugene Bolton, the Historian and the Man:
z870-1953, by David J. Weber 82
McLean (comp. and ed.), Papers Concerning Robertson's
Colony in Texas, Vols. II-V, by Adrian Anderson 84
Newcomb and Carnahan, German Artist on the Texas Frontier:
Friedrich Richard Petri, by Al Loman 86
Pierson, American Buildings and Their Architects,
by Eugene George 87
Herff, The Regulated Emigration of the German Proletariat
with Special Reference to Texas, Being Also a Guide for
German Emigrants, by Glen E. Lich 89
Mandle, The Roots of Black Poverty: The Southern Plantation
Economy after the Civil War, by Richard Lowe 90
Green, Grass-roots Socialism: Radical Movements in the
Southwest 1895-1943, by Don F. Hadwiger 91
Escott, After Secession: Jefferson Davis and the Failure of
Confederate Nationalism, by Ralph A. Wooster 92
McCrary, Abraham Lincoln and Reconstruction: The Louisiana
Experiment, by Harold M. Hyman 94
Steinfeldt, San Antonio Was: Seen Through a Magic Lantern,
by Arthur J. Mayer 96
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