The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 94, July 1990 - April, 1991 Page: 576
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The Bexar Archives, 1717-1836
A Name Guide
Compiled and edited by Addn Benavides, Jr.
The sine qua non of manuscript sources for colonial Texas, the
B6xar Archives is maintained at the University of Texas at Austin.
This complete name guide-a compilation of the 80,795 documents
that make up the Archives-will allow researchers, historians, and
genealogists to readily locate particular information about thou-
sands of individuals who wandered across Texas during its forma-
Published in association with the
University of Texas Institute of Texan Cultures at San Antonio
1,195 pp, 61/8 X 91/4
$60.00 cloth ISBN 0-292-70772-X
A History of Hispanic Theatre in the United States
Origins to 1940
By Nicolas Kanellos
A definitive study of the development of Hispanic theatre from the
mid-nineteenth century until the beginning of World War II, orga-
nized around the cities where this theatre was active, including Los
Angeles, San Antonio, New York, and Tampa.
$38.00 cloth ISBN 0-292-73049-7
$15.95 paper ISBN 0-292-73050-0
The San Antonio Missions
and Their System of Land Tenure
By Filix D. Almariz, Jr.
This well-researched volume traces the changes in landownership as
the San Antonio missions passed from sacred to secular owners in
the late eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries.
$12.95 cloth ISBN 0-292-74653-9
Texans in Revolt
The Battle for San Antonio, 1835
By Alwyn Barr
A thorough military history that depicts the battle of Bexar, the
longest campaign in the Texas Revolution. This siege, which culmi-
nated in a Texan victory in December 1835, set the stage in 1836 for
the battles for the Alamo, Goliad, and San Jacinto.
$18.95 cloth ISBN 0-292-77042-1
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