The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 99, July 1995 - April, 1996 Page: 504
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1[ANISihSI EXPEDITIONS INTO
i EXAi , 1 689-1768
B3y William C. Foster
DI:yawing upon the detailed diaries
that each expedition kept, early
Spanish and modern topographic
maps, and aerial photographs, Foster
is able to give us a clear picture of
where the Spanish explorers actually
passed through Texas. Illustrated.
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Li3i)/IN E VOCABULARY
'ilii iiiiipgu l Edilion
Compiled by Manuel Garcia Rejdn
Trans. & ed. by Daniel J. Gelo
By far the most extensive Comanche
word list compiled, preserving words
and concepts that have since changed
or even disappeared from the language.
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i'W ll L A Mh d0 REMEMBERED
i'i ija~ o A oiunts and Perspectives
By Timothy M. Matovina
'The author has gathered all known
Tejano accounts of the Battle of the
Alamo, from Juan Seguin's funeral
oration to unpublished petitions and
depositions, to accounts from news-
papers and other sources. All con-
eribute to our understanding of the
formation of Mexican American con-
sciousness and identity in San Antonio.
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the Chicano Movement in Texas
By Armando Navarro
The first comprehensive assessment
of MAYO's history, politics, leader-
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from its beginnings in Crystal City,
Texas, to its evolution into the Raza
Unida Party in 1972.
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THE TEXAS STORIES OF
Edited by Bettina Drew
Few people realize that "the poet of
the Chicago slums" ever lived or
wrote here. Yet it was in the
Depression-era Rio Grande Valley
that Algren developed his instinctive
need to speak for the powerless.
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now in paperback
TEJANO ORIGINS IN EIG~FEE~TRT
CENTURY SAN ANTONI@
Edited by Gerald E. Poyo and
Gilberto M. Hinojosa
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Happy New Year
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