The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 86, July 1982 - April, 1983 Page: 564
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Southwestern Historical Quarterly
East Texas Historical Journal (Spring, 1983). Discusses German the-
atrical activities in mid-nineteenth century Texas.
"To Be Gifted, Female, and Black," by Darlene Clark Hine, South-
west Review (Autumn, 1982). Approaches gifted black women as
"complex agents for social change," as "rebel[s] against the forces that
devalued and ignored" them.
"The Chicken Ranch: A Home on the Range," by Gerald D. Saxon
and John R. Summerville, Red River Valley Historical Review (Win-
ter, 1982). Recounts history of La Grange bordello.
"Holding on to Texas Culture: An Interview with Larry King,"
conducted by Philip Sieb, Southwest Review (Winter, 1983). Author
of The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas reflects on his writing career
and on Texas authors.
"Population Persistence and Social Change in Nineteenth-Century
Texas: Harrison County, 1850-1880," by Randolph B. Campbell,
Journal of Southern History (May, 1982). Finds that the planter-elite
maintained its social position and remained geographically in place.
"Background Causes of the Longview Race Riot of July io, 1919,"
by George Ohler, Journal of the American Studies Association of Tex-
as (1981). Examines the influence of black leaders and newspapers, the
Negro Businessman's League, and events associated with World War I.
TOWNS AND COUNTIES
"Dallas: The Man Behind the Name," by Harry E. Wade, East
Texas Historical Journal (Spring, 1983). Suggests that the city was
named for Trevanion B. Dallas of Pittsburgh.
"Catholicism in Tomball, 1862-1982: A History of St. Anne's," by
Martha Auchter, The Roadrunner (Vol. 9, No. i). Part one of a de-
tailed history of the church.
"Early El Paso Churches," by William I. Latham, Password (Vol.
27, No. 3). Looks at El Paso churches in the late nineteenth century.
"The Contribution of the Fine Arts to the Culture of Beaumont,"
by W. Brock Brentlinger, Texas Gulf Historical and Biographical
Record (Vol. 17, No. 1). Gives history of the arts in Beaumont.
"Early Beaumont: The Reminiscences of Frank C. Weber," edited
by Michael F. Duron, Texas Gulf Historical and Biographical Record
(Vol. 17, No. i). Records tales of early Beaumont.
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