The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 83, July 1979 - April, 1980 Page: 414
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414 Southwestern Historical Quarterly
can West (Jan.-Feb., 1980). Reviews the history of the Spindletop area
and its oil boom.
"Great Production of Oil," by L. F. Benckenstein, Las Sabinas (Win-
ter, 1979). Reviews the Orange County oil business in a reprint of a
"The Orange Oil Field," by Nina Harden, Las Sabinas (Winter,
1979). Recaps the history of the Orangefield oil boom.
"Shelby: A Rural School in a German Immigrant Setting, 1854-
1918," by Elvie Lou Luetge, East Texas Historical Journal (Spring,
1980). Tells the history of Shelby's first school.
"Time and a River," by David Dillon, D Magazine (Oct., 1979).
Traces the history of the White Rock Creek of Dallas.
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