The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 94, July 1990 - April, 1991 Page: 583
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Roell, The Pzano in America, i890o-94o, by Howard Miller 634
Faust, The Creatzon of Confederate Nationalzsm: Ideology and
Identzty zn the Civzl War South, by William Garrett Piston 636
Campbell, An Empire for Slavery: The Peculiar Instztutzon in
Texas, 1821-1865, by Shearer Davis Bowman 637
Crofts, Reluctant Confederates: Upper South Unzonists zn the
Secesszon Criszs, by Walter L. Buenger 638
Bailey, Between the Enemy and Texas: Parsons's Texas Cavalry in
the Civil War, by Terry L. Jones 640
Malone and Etulain, The Amercan West: A Twentzeth-Century
History, by William W. Savage, Jr. 641
Silber, Strazght Shooting: What's Wrong wzth Amerzca and How to
Fzx It, by Robert D. King 642
Malone, Hattze and Huey: An Arkansas Tour, by Glen
McMath, Fzrst Ladies of Arkansas: Women of Thezr Tzmes, by
Lewis L. Gould 645
Mills, The Arkansas: An Amercan Rzver, by C. Fred Williams 646
Wolfe, The Murchisons: The Rzse and Fall of a Texas Dynasty, by
David F. Prindle 647
Graham, No Name on the Bullet: A Biography of Audie Murphy,
by John H. Lenihan 648
Rhodes, Interczty Bus Lines of the Southwest: A Photographzc
Hzstory, by Paul Barrett 649
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