The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 106, July 2002 - April, 2003 Page: 219
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George H. Junne Jr., Blacks in the American West and Beyond-America, Cana-
da, and Mexico: A Selectzvely Annotated Biblzography.
BY CARY D. WINTZ 327
Dan Flores, The Natural West: Environmental Hstory in the Great Plains and
BY DAVID RICH LEWIS 328
Peter E. Palmquist and Thomas Kailbourn, Pzoneer Photographers of the Far
West: A Bzographical Dctonary, 1840o-1865.
BY BILL WRIGHT 329
Durwood Ball, Army Regulars on the Western Fronter, 1848-1861.
BY ROBERT WOOSTER 330
David Hamilton Murdoch, The American West: The Invention of a Myth.
BY WILLIAM H. GOETZMANN 332
Patrick Dearen, Lone Star Heroes Series, Book One- Comanche Peace Ppe.
Patrick Dearen, Lone Star Heroes Series, Book Two: On the Pecos Trail.
Patrick Dearen, Lone Star Heroes Series, Book Three: The Hdden Treasure
of the Chisos.
BY ELIZABETH ARCHULETA 333
Grif Stockley, Blood in their Eyes: The Elazne Race Massacres of 19 19.
BY JAMES M. SMALLWOOD 334
Thomas E. Alexander, The Stars Were Big and Bright: The United States Army
Azr Forces and Texas During World War I.
BY FRED ALLISON 336
Stephen Grant Meyer, As Long as They Don't Move Next Door: Segregation and
Racial Conflzct in American Neiaghborhoods.
BY MARY L. KELLEY 337
Francis Edward Abernethy, editor, 2oo00-A Texas Folklore Odyssey.
BY ROLLO NEWSOM 338
Herbert S. Parmet, George Bush: The Life of a Lone Star Yankee.
BY ROGER M. OLIEN 339
Bonnie Christensen, Woody Guthne: Poet of the People.
BY GARY HARTMAN 340
David G McComb, Travels with Joe: The Life Story of a Historian from Texas,
BY JAMES W. POHL 341
Shirley A. Leckie, Angie Debo: Poneering Hstorian.
BY H. HENRIETTA STOCKEL 343
Janet Mace Valenza, Taking the Waters in Texas: Springs, Spas, and Fountains
BY ROBERT L. REID 344
John and Deborah Powers, Texas Pasnters, Sculptors, and Graphic Artists: A Bz-
ographical Dzctzonary of Artsts in Texas before 1942.
BY SAM RATCLIFFE 345
Darwin Payne, As Old as Dallas Itself: A History of Lawyers in Dallas, the Dallas
BarAssociatzons, and the City They Helped Buzld.
BY JOHN W. CRAIN 346
Amy Bridges, Morning Glories: Municipal Reform in the Southwest.
BY KATHYRN THOMPSON PRESLEY 348
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