The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 100, July 1996 - April, 1997 Page: 491
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Walter Struve, Germans and Texans: Commerce, Migration, and
Culture in the Days of the Lone Star Republic.
BY GERLINDE LEIDING 520
Lawrence R. Clayton and Joseph E. Chance, editors, The
March to Monterrey: The Diary of Lt. Rankin Dilworth.
BY DONALD S. FRAZIER 520
Gary W. Gallagher, editor, Lee the Soldier, and Gary W. Gal-
lagher, editor, Chancellorsville: The Battle and Its Aftermath.
BY RALPH A. WOOSTER 521
James Stephen Peters, Charles Norman Parsons, and Mari-
anne Elizabeth Hall-Little, Mace Bowman: Texas Feudist, West-
BY BARRY A. CROUCH 522
Brian Q. Cannon, Remaking the Agrarian Dream: New Deal
Rural Resettlement in the Mountain West.
BY IRVIN M. MAY JR. 523
Lawrence Goodwyn, Texas Oil, American Dreams: A Study of
the Texas Independent Producers and Royalty Owners Association.
BY WILLIAM R. CHILDS 524
Patricia Evridge Hill, Dallas: The Making of a Modern City.
BY MICHAEL V. HAZEL 525
Joyce Gibson Roach, editor, Collective Heart: Texans in World
BY CISSY STEWART LALE 526
Richard Melzer, Ernie Pyle in the American Southwest.
BY BRYAN WOOLLEY 527
Jack Skiles, Judge Roy Bean Country.
BY LEON C. METZ 528
Rebecca Craver and Adair Margo, editors, Tom Lea: An Oral
BY AL LOWMAN 529
Don W. Chapman, Hearts, Helicopters and Houston: 50 Golden
Years of Heart Disease as Seen by an Insider.
BY DEBORAH CUMMINS 530
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