The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 88, July 1984 - April, 1985 Page: 22
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Cooper, Liberty and Slavery: Southern Politics to z860, by
Ralph A. Wooster 101
Boles, Black Southerners, 1619-1869, by Robert G. Sherer 102
Enstam (ed.), When Dallas Became a City: Letters of John
Milton McCoy, by Dorothy D. DeMoss lo3
Seip, The South Returns to Congress: Men, Economic Measures,
and Intersectional Relationships, 1868-1879,
by Keith Ian Polakoff 105
Driskill and Casad, Chester W. Nimitz: Admiral of the Hills,
by Robert H. Peebles o6
Benner, Sul Ross: Soldier, Statesman, Educator, by Alwyn Barr lo7
Ambrose, Eisenhower: Soldier, General of the Army, President-
Elect, 189o-z952, by Robert A. Divine 1o8
Cutler and Parker (eds.), Correspondence of James K. Polk,
Vol. VI, 1842-1843, by William J. Cooper, Jr. lo09
Romo, East Los Angeles: History of a Barrio, by Mario T. Garcia i lo
Dunbar, Forging New Rights in Western Waters,
by Donald Worster 112
Fox, Traces of Texas History: Archeological Evidence of the
Past 450 Years, by D. Ryan Smith 113
Williams, The Selected Essays of T. Harry Williams,
by Michael L. Gillette 114
Parkman, France and England in North America, by M. G. Hall 116
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