The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 85, July 1981 - April, 1982 Page: 428
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Beveridge and McLaughlin (eds.), The Papers of Frederick
Law Olmsted, Volume II: Slavery and the South,
1852-1857, by Randolph B. Campbell 457
Robinson, Gone From Texas: Our Lost Architectural
Heritage, by Eugene George 458
Williams, Dueling in the Old South: Vignettes of Social
History, by Dickson D. Bruce, Jr. 460
Hart, Tour Guide to Old Western Forts, by Brad Agnew 461
Dary, Cowboy Culture: A Saga of Five Centuries,
by Robert G. Athearn 462
Nunn (ed.), Ten More Texans in Gray, by William J. Teague 464
Gallagher (ed.), Essays on Southern History: Written in
Honor of Barnes F. Lathrop, by Jack B. Scroggs 465
Cox, Fred Gipson: Texas Storyteller, by William T. Pilkington 466
Whisenhunt (ed.), The Depression in the Southwest,
by David G. McComb 467
Ball, Indeh: An Apache Odyssey, by Walter J. Donlon 468
Goble, Progressive Oklahoma: The Making of a New Kind
of State, by Robert T. Smith 470
Franks, Lambert, and Tyson, Early Oklahoma Oil: A
Photographic History, 1859-1936, by Drue L. DeBerry 471
Floto, Colonel House in Paris: A Study of American Policy
at the Paris Peace Conference, 1gr9, by Lewis L. Gould 473
Murrah, C. C. Slaughter: Rancher, Banker, Baptist,
by C. Richard King 474
Hansen, The Border Economy: Regional Development in
the Southwest, by Richard Bailey 475
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