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Southwestern Historical Quarterly
"Texas," by Howard LaFay, National Geographic (Apr., 1980). Con-
temporary account of the Lone Star State and its people.
"Images of the American West in Rock Music," by Richard Aquila,
The Western Historical Quarterly (Oct., 1980). Shows the strength and
presence of the mythic West in the American West through the analy-
sis of rock music.
"Clio on the Frontier: The Intellectual Evolution of the Historical
Society of New Mexico, 1895-1925," by James T. Stensvaag, New
Mexico Historical Review (Oct., 1980). Describes the development of
the society as a development of mythic images of the west.
"Manhunt," by June P. Trop, Chronicles of Smith County, Texas
(Summer, 1980). Edits documents on a massive manhunt for the mur-
derer of Parry Rowland.
"The Personal Side of the Great Depression in East Texas," by Bill
O'Neal, East Texas Historical Journal (Fall, 1980). Correlates data
from numerous interviews made by students at Panola Junior College.
"Pencil Pushers and Ink Slingers: The Globe Newspaper War of
1911," by Tod Mills, The Journal of Arizona History (Summer, 1980).
Emphasizes the importance of the Arizona journalists in the political
fight for control during Arizona Territory's state constitution contro-
"The Word on the Frontier: Anglo Protestant Churches in Arizona,
1859-1899," by James W. Byrkit, The Journal of Arizona History
(Summer, 1980). Classifies Arizona Protestant efforts as normal frontier
"The Advent of the Automobile on the Orange Scene," Las Sabinas,
vol. 6, bk. 3 (1980). Tells who owned what automobile in Orange
County, Texas, 1909-1916; includes lengthy list from book of auto-
mobile registrations found among old county records.
"Build Here: Efforts to Influence the Location of the Quanah,
Acme, and Pacific Railway," by Donovan Hofsommer, Journal of the
American Studies Association of Texas (1980). Recounts how individ-
uals, commercial clubs, newspaper editors, and bank officers of frontier
towns in Texas Panhandle, through propaganda and material bonuses,
sought to induce the railroads to include them on their routes.
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