The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 100, July 1996 - April, 1997 Page: 27
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People of the Sun: The Tiguas of Ysleta; and Bill Wright, The
Tiguas: Pueblo Indians of Texas.
BY ELIZABETH A. H. JOHN 118
Cecile Elkins Carter, Caddo Indians: Where We Came From.
BY MICHAEL L. TATE 119
Charles M. Robinson III, A Good Year to Die: The Story of the
Great Sioux War.
BY JEROME A. GREENE 120
Ruthe Winegarten, Black Texas Women.
BY JANET SCHMELZER 121
Brian M. du Toit, Boer Settlers in the Southwest.
BY HARWOOD P. HINTON 121
Margaret Maud McKeller, Life on a Mexican Ranche.
BY BEN E. PINGENOT 122
Jose E. Lim6n, Dancing with the Devil.
BYJosE ROBERTO JUAREZ 123
K. M. Van Zandt, Force Without Fanfare.
BY DIANA KLEINER 124
Carol Roark, Fort Worth 's Legendary Landmarks.
BY PATRICIA WEISINBURGER 125
Bettina Drew (ed.), The Texas Stories of Nelson Algren.
BY JAMES WARD LEE 125
Sid Underwood, Depression Desperado: The Chronicle of
BY DONALD R. WALKER 126
Kenneth B. Hendrickson Jr., The Chief Executives of Texas:
From Stephen F. Austin to John B. Connally, Jr.
BY AL LOWMAN 127
Erick Langer and Robert H. Jackson (eds.), The New Latin
American Misszon History.
BY TIMOTHY M. MATOVINA 128
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