The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 92, July 1988 - April, 1989 Page: 574
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Griggs, The Elusive Eden: Frank McMullan's Confederate
Colony in Brazil, by Robert E. May 625
Ruiz, Cannery Women, Cannery Lives: Mexican Women,
Unionization, and the California Food Processzng
Industry, 93o-1950o, by Yolanda G. Romero 626
Lowe and Campbell, Planters and Plain Folk: Agriculture
in Antebellum Texas, by Fred A. Bailey 627
Opie, The Law of the Land: Two Hundred Years of American
Farmland Policy, by Garry L. Nall 629
Orum, Power, Money and the People: The Making of Modern
Austzn, by David C. Humphrey 630
Officer, Hispanic Arizona, 1536- 85 6, by Gilberto
Bullard, Invzszble Houston: The Black Experience in Boom
and Bust, by Charles H. Martin 633
Pfanz, Gettysburg: The Second Day, by Harold B. Simpson 634
Fowler and Crawford, Border Radio: Quacks, Yodelers,
Pitchmen, Psychics, and Other Amazing Broadcasters of
the American Airwaves, by Bill C. Malone 635
Brown, The Southwestern Dzvision: Fzfty Years of Servzce,
by J. B. Smallwood 637
Hewitt, Port Hudson: Confederate Bastion on the Mississippz,
by Max S. Lale 638
Parrish and Willingham, Confederate Imprints: A
Bibliography of Southern Publications from Secession
to Surrender, by Michael B. Ballard 639
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