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Southwestern Historical Quarterly
"A History of the Harrison County Tower Clock," by Cherry Lou
Violette, East Texas Historical Journal (Spring, 1982). Reviews his-
tory of clock and urges restoration.
"Forest Grove: A Dispersed Farming Community in East Texas, c.
1900,' by Thomas H. Guderjan, East Texas Historical Journal (Spring,
1982). Draws on an archaeological survey and on interviews to recreate
the appearance and economy of Forest Grove.
"A Remembered Utopia," by Buck A. Young, East Texas Historical
Journal (Spring, 1982). Recalls author's childhood in Pilly and in
"The Influence of the East Texas Oil Boom on the First Baptist
Church of Longview, Texas," by Claudia Beaty, Touchstone (1982).
Traces growth of the church as the boom progressed.
"Waterways of Oklahoma," by Arrell Morgan Gibson; "The Routes
of French and Spanish Penetration into Oklahoma," by Karen Curths;
"Military Roads in Indian Territory," by Brad Agnew; "The Santa
Fe Trail," by Joseph A. Stout, Jr.; "The Texas Road," by Archie P.
McDonald; "The Way West: The California Trail," by J. Herschel
Barnhill; "The Butterfield Overland Mail in Indian Territory, 1858-
1861," by Susan Peterson; "Miles of Track: The Coming of Railroads
to Oklahoma," by W. Edwin Derrick and James Smallwood; "Politics
and Pavement: The Formative Years of the Oklahoma State Highway
Department," by William P. Corbett, Red River Valley Historical Re-
view (Summer, 1981). Discuss transportation history in Oklahoma.
"The 'End of the Line Station' of the Texas and New Orleans Rail-
road Company in Orange County," by Howard C. Williams, Las Sabi-
nas (Vol. 7, Book 4). Gives history of the railroad and of the station in
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