The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 86, July 1982 - April, 1983 Page: 532
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Jordan, Texas Graveyards: A Cultural Legacy, By Charles
Reagan Wilson 565
Centennial History of the Texas Bar, 1882-1982, by A. Frank
Smith and Craig Smyser 566
Barr and Calvert, Black Leaders: Texans for Their Times, by
James Smallwood 567
Spence, The Rainmakers: American "Pluviculture" to World
War II, by Donald E. Green 568
Callahan, Mother Angelique Ayres, Dreamer and Builder of
Our Lady of the Lake University, by Saul Bronder 570
Pickle, H. W. Caylor, Frontier Artist, by Carol Clark 571
Poage, McClennan County- Before 1980, by Steven G. Gamble 572
Raat, Revoltosos: Mexico's Rebels in the United States,
19go3-923; and Hall, Alvaro Obregdn: Power and
Revolution in Mexico, 1911-1920,
by Manuel A. Machado, Jr. 573
Cardoso, Mexican Immigration to the United States, r897-193r,
by Ricardo Romo 576
Meier and Rivera, Dictionary of Mexican American History,
by Richard Griswold del Castillo 579
McDonald, Dallas Rediscovered: A Photographic Chronicle of
Urban Expansion, by Martin V. Melosi 580
Crawford and Ragsdale, Women in Texas: Their Lives, Their
Experiences, Their Accomplishments, by Glen E. Lich 581
Tyson, The Red River in Southwestern History,
by Robert S. Weddle 583
King, The Lady Cannoneer; and Spence, Pioneer Women of
Abilene: A Trilogy, by Llerena Friend 584
Abernethy, Legendary Ladies of Texas, by Jacqueline S. Reinier 585
Davenport, The Unpretentious Pose: The Work of E. O.
Goldbeck, A People's Photographer, by Marnie Sandweiss 586
Metz, Fort Bliss, by Darlis A. Miller 587
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