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Southwestern Historical Quarterly
his own writing, and remarks upon those-such as T. E. Lawrence-
who have served him as models.
"The State of Two Tribes," by Mary Whatley Clarke, Cattleman
(Aug., 1982). A nicely illustrated article summarizing the histories and
describing the present living conditions of the Indian tribes on Texas's
two reservations, the Alabama-Coushatta and the Tigua.
LIBRARIES AND ARCHIVES
"The Texas State Archives Map Collection," by Laura Saegert and
Jean Carefoot, The Texas Surveyor (Sept.-Oct., 1982). A survey of the
nature, variety, and characteristics of the maps in the collection.
TOWNS AND COUNTIES
"Marshall and the Civil War," by Helen Spanhanks, Touchstone
(1982). Surveys the participation of white residents in the war and the
impact of the war on Marshall.
"Railroads of the Magnolia City," by George C. Werner, National
Railway Bulletin (Vol. 47, No. 1, 1982). Traces Houston's relationship
with rail lines from 1851 to 1982.
"Ben Ficklin's Flood," by Katherine T. Waring, Fort Concho Report
(Fall, 1982). This gripping account of the 1882 flood that destroyed the
town of Benficklin was "pieced together" from contemporary newspa-
per stories, printed interviews, and the notes of a Tom Green County
historian who, prior to her death, had acquired an encyclopedic knowl-
edge of the town and its citizens; photographs.
UNITED STATES-MEXICAN RELATIONS
"Zona Libre: Trade and Diplomacy on the Mexican Border, 1858-
19go5," by Samuel E. Bell and James M. Smallwood, Arizona and the
West (Summer, 1982). The unwieldiness of the diplomatic machinery
then available for negotiating disputes between the U.S. and Mexico is
illustrated by way of an analysis of the economic, social, and political
consequences to the two countries of the Mexican free-trade zone.
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