The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 106, July 2002 - April, 2003 Page: 218
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Betje Black Klier, Pavie in the Borderlands.
BYJODELLA K. DYRESON 307
Jack Jackson, editor, John Wheat, translator, Texas by Terdn: The Dhary Kept
by General Manuel de Mier y Terdn on his 1828 Inspection of Texas.
BY STEPHEN L. HARDIN 308
Andres Tijerina, Tejano Empire: Life on the South Texas Ranchos.
BYJ. GILBERTO QUEZADO 309
Gilbert C. Din, Spanzards, Planters, and Slaves: The Spanish Regulatzon
of Slavery in Louzsiana, 1763-18o3.
BY PAUL E. HOFFMAN 311
Robert H. Jackson, From Savages to Subjects: Missions in the Hstory of the
BY ROBERT E. WRIGHT 312
OscarJ. Martinez, Mexican-Orgin People in the United States: A Topical
BY ARNOLDO DE LE6N 313
Grenville Goodwin and Neil Goodwin, The Apache Dianes: A Father-Son Journey.
BY JAMES A. WILSON 314
Sherry Robinson, Apache Voices: Their Stories of Survival as Told to Eve Ball.
BY BRADLEYJ. BIRZER 315
Douglas V. Meed, Texas Ranger Johnny Klevenhagen.
BY BEN PROCTER 317
Gary W. Gallagher, editor, The Richmond Campaign of 1862: The Peninsula
and the Seven Days.
BY JAMES W. POHL 317
Gary W. Gallagher, Lee and His Army in Confederate History.
BY JOSEPH G. DAWSON III 318
Gary W. Gallagher and Alan T. Nolan, editors, The Myth of the Lost Cause
and Czvil War Hstory.
BY DANIEL P. BARR 319
Jerry Thompson, editor, Civil War in the Southwest: Recollections of the Sibley
BY JAMES MARTEN 320
J. Michael Martinez, William D. Richardon, and Ron McNinch-Su, editors,
Confederate Symbols in the Contemporary South.
BY JAMES E. COUSAR 321
Ted Tunnell, Edge of the Sword: The Ordeal of Carpetbagger Marshall H.
BY TOM WAGY 323
Emily S. Bingham and Thomas A. Underwood, editors, The Southern Agran-
ans and the New Deal.
BY STEFANIE DECKER 324
Paul E. Patterson and Joy Poole, Great Plains Cattle Empire: Thatcher Brothers
and Associates (1875-1945).
BY JAMES A. WILSON 325
Larry D. Ball, Ambush at Bloody Run: The Wham Paymaster Robber of I889.
BY PAUL T. HIETTER 326
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