The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 106, July 2002 - April, 2003 Page: 130
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Courthouse and County Clerk's Office; and complete lists of all muse-
ums, archives, and libraries, hours of operation, and description of
holdings, e-mail addresses, and URLs.
David Yeilding, chairman of the Historical Preservation Committee,
explained the resource book's significance: "Bell County is blessed with
countless resources, but, up to now, no one put them together in a use-
able format. To our knowledge no other Texas county has produced
such as resource like this." The book will be available at the Bell County
Historical Commission Office, Room 305, in the Bell County
Courthouse; at the Bell County Museum and the Bell County Historical
Commission; and at selected bookstores and museums. The commission
will accept a check or money order only (payable to "Bell County
Historical Commission"). Their address is Box 712, Belton 76513-0712.
The book is $10o by mail (includes postage and handling), $8 if picked
up in person, and $6.50 each for ten copies or more in bulk to book
dealers, schools, and libraries.
En otra voz: Antologia de la literature hispana de los Estados Unidos, of which
Nicolas Kanellos is general editor, is the first Spanish-language anthology
to bring together literature from the entire history of Hispanic writing in
the United States, from the age of exploration to the present. Organized
chronologically into three sections, which represent the three major
manifestations of Hispanic culture in the United States-native, exile,
and immigration-the anthology goes beyond the written tradition to
also include oral literature: folk songs, tales, personal experience narra-
tives, rhymes, etc. It contains the political essays of revolutionaries and
reactionaries, cultural elites and workers, academic creative writers and
street poets, all reflecting the Hispanic condition, past and present. Of
course, such familiar names as Reinaldo Arenas, Dolores Prida, Cherrie
Moraga, Luisa Valenzuaela, Rend Marques, and Luis Valdez are to be
found in its pages, as well as those of anonymous bards and numerous
unheralded writers whose works appeared in Spanish-language newspa-
pers in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. Order this book in paper-
back for $27.95 from Arte Puiblico Press, University of Houston, at 452
Cullen Performance Hall, Houston 77204-2004, 713/743-2998 or
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Texas State Historical Association. The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 106, July 2002 - April, 2003, periodical, 2003; Austin, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth101223/m1/158/: accessed October 22, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Texas State Historical Association.