The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 96, July 1992 - April, 1993 Page: 525
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Leckie, None Died in Vain: The Saga of the American Civil War; and
Roland, An American Iliad: The Story of the Civil War, by James W.
Josephy, The Civil War in the American West, by Jerry D. Thompson 614
Thompson, From Desert to Bayou: The Civil WarJournal and Sketches of
Morgan Wolfe Merrick, by Arthur W. Bergeron, Jr. 615
Spurlin, The Civil War Diary of Charles A. Leuschner, by James M.
Jones, The Civil War Memoirs of Captain WilliamJ. Seymour:
Reminiscences of a Louisiana Tiger, by RichardJ. Sommers 617
Lash, Destroyer of the Iron Horse: General Joseph E. Johnston and
Confederate Rail Transport, 1861-z865, by James L. McDonough 618
Nolan, Lee Considered: General Robert E. Lee and Civil War History,
by Richard M. McMurry 619
Reeves, A Question of Character: A Life of John F. Kennedy, by Richard
Dallek, Lone Star Rising: Lyndon Johnson and His Time, by Evan
Henggeler, In His Steps: Lyndon Johnson and the Kennedy Mystique,
by Lewis L. Gould 623
Tower, Consequences: A Personal and Political Memoir, by Nicholas
Evan Sarantakes 624
Myers, Letters by Lamplight: A Woman's View of Everyday Life in South
Texas, I873-I883, byJudyth Rigler 625
Jensen, Promise to the Land: Essays on Rural Women, by Sylvia D.
Stillwell, I'll Gather My Geese, by Lois F. Myers 627
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