The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 94, July 1990 - April, 1991 Page: 431
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Nelson, Willie: An Autobiography, by Bill C. Malone 493
Logsdon (ed.), "The Whorehouse Bells Were Rznging": And Other
Songs Cowboys Sing, by John Wheat 494
Frazier, Great Plains, by James Hoy 495
Woods, British Gentlemen in the Wild West: The Era of the In-
tensely English Cowboy, by Colin G. Calloway 497
Steinbach, A Long March: The Lives of Frank and Alzce Baldwin,
by Robert D. Norris, Jr. 498
Kofalk, No Woman Tenderfoot: Florence Merriam Bailey, Pioneer
Naturalist, by Grace Mary Gouveia 499
Leckie (ed.), The Colonel's Lady on the Western Frontier: The Cor-
respondence of Alice Kirk Grierson, by Dee A. Brown 500
Scott, You Meet Such Interesting People, by Nancy C. Beck 501
Stowe, Oil Fzeld Child, by Mary McBride 502
Milanich and Milbrath (eds.), First Encounters: Spanish Explo-
rations in the Caribbean and the United States, 1492- 1570, by
Oakah L. Jones 503
Nielsen, In Search of a Home: Nineteenth-Century Wendish Immi-
gratzon, by Charles Wukasch 504
Griffen, Apaches at War & Peace: The Janos Presidzo,
1750-1858; and Griffen, Utmost Good Faith: Patterns of
Apache-Mexican Hostilztzes in Northern Chihuahua Border War-
fare, 1821-1848, by Sherry L. Smith 505
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