The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 83, July 1979 - April, 1980 Page: 306
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Southwestern Historical Quarterly
POLITICS AND GOVERNMENT
"Elected County Officials, 1876-1934," by Andrew L. Leath, Chron-
icles of Smith County, Texas (Summer, 1979). Continues the 1846-
1876 list of officials.
"Congressional Committee Chairmen from Oklahoma, 1907-1937,"
by Philip A. Grant, Jr., The Chronicles of Oklahoma (Spring, 1979).
Lists eleven Oklahomans presiding over congressional standing com-
mittees between 1907 and 1937.
"Beginnings of Indian Methodism in Oklahoma," by Walter N. Ver-
non, Methodist History (Apr., 1979). Describes early Methodist mission
"F. E. Maddox: Chaplain of Progress, 1908," by Larry R. Hayward,
Arkansas Historical Quarterly (Summer, 1979). Explores significance of
controversial church leader.
SOCIAL AND INTELLECTUAL HISTORY
"The Rock of Reform: Southern Populists and Their Southern His-
tory," by Bruce Palmer, Red River Valley Historical Review (Spring,
1979). Analyzes the Populists' view of southern antebellum and Recon-
"Corrales, New Mexico: Transition in a Spanish-American Commu-
nity," by Alvar W. Carlson, Red River Valley Historical Review (Sum-
mer, 1979). Studies determinants of rural-to-urban transition.
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Texas State Historical Association. The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 83, July 1979 - April, 1980, periodical, 1979/1980; Austin, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth101207/m1/350/: accessed December 15, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Texas State Historical Association.