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Southwestern Historical Quarterly
Alamo, this work is an important addition to the libraries of historians
and Alamo buffs alike. A copy can be obtained for $11.99, plus $2 for
postage. Contact the author at 1520 Carroll St., East Chicago, IN 46312.
The first complete English translation of Friedrich Schlecht's On To
Texas! A Journey to Texas in 1848, is now available from Indio Bravo Press.
This interesting publication gives "Fritz's" account of his 1848 visit to
Texas, where he spent the summer traveling and exploring the state as
he found it, hunting and roaming wherever his will led. He returned
home to Germany to be with his family, but eventually brought them
back to Texas and bought a parcel of land near Bellville. Originally pub-
lished in German in 1851. $25, plus $2 for postage and handling. Con-
tact translator-editor Charles Patrick at Indio Bravo Press, P.O. Box 711,
Manor, 78653; phone 512/272-8741, or -9149.
TSHA member and author Jack Jackson has produced his third graph-
ic historical novel. Lost Cause is the story of the gunslinger John Wesley
Hardin, reputed to have killed twenty-three men in the violent era of Re-
construction Texas. Joseph Witek, author of Comics as History, says that
"an important part of what Jackson teaches his readers . .. is that history
is not simply the open book of the past but rather a story which requires
continual reinterpretation and thoughtful reexamination." Witek goes
on to say that Jackson's work "create [s] narratives which aim at expand-
ing both the historical consciousness of contemporary American culture
and the bounds of what is possible in the sequential art medium." Avail-
able at book and comic shops for $16.95. Or, contact Jamie Riehle at
Kitchen Sink Press, phone 413/586-9525, ext. 31, or e-mail JamieK-
The Press of the Camp Pope Bookshop has published Missouri Brothers
in Gray: The Reminiscences and Letters of William J. Bull and John P. Bull,
edited and annotated by Michael E. Banasik. William Bull's memories of
the war, written in 1906 and unpublished until now, along with the let-
ters both the brothers wrote home to St. Louis, provide an engaging
portrayal of camp life and battle in this oft-neglected theater of the Civil
War. Six maps and fifteen illustrations; $12.95 plus $2.50 postage and
handling, from the publisher at P.O. Box 2232, Iowa City, Iowa 52244;
phone 1-800-204-2407; fax 319/339-5964; e-mail ckenyoncpb@-
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Texas State Historical Association. The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 102, July 1998 - April, 1999, periodical, 1999; Austin, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth101219/m1/287/: accessed October 17, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Texas State Historical Association.