The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 106, July 2002 - April, 2003 Page: 27
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Douglas V. Meed, The Fighting Texas Navy, x832-1842.
BY KIM RICHARDSON 145
C. F. Eckhardt, Texas Smoke: Muzzle-Loaders on the Frontier.
BY KEVIN R. YOUNG 146
Bill and Marjorie K. Walraven, Empresarios' Children: The
Welders of Texas.
BY JAMES A. WILSON 146
Regina Beckmann Hurst and Walter D. Kamphoefner, trans-
lators, An Immigrant Miller Picks Texas: The Letters of Carl
Lewis F. Fisher, C. H. Guenther and Son at 150 Years: The
Legacy of a Texas Milling Pioneer.
BY S. M. DUFFY 147
John P. Wilson and Jerry Thompson, editors, The Civil War
in West Texas and New Mexico: The Lost Letterbook of Brigadier
General Henry Hopkins Sibley.
John P. Wilson, When the Texans Came: Missing Records from
the Civil War in the Southwest, x861-1862.
BY WALTER F. BELL 148
Jonathan Beecher, Victor Considerant and the Rise and Fall of
BY ROBERTA FABIANI 150
David LaVere, Contrary Neighbors: Southern Plains and Removed
Indians in Indian Territory.
BY TY CASHION 151
Erlinda Gonzales-Berry and David R. Maciel, The Contested
Homeland: A Chicano History of New Mexico.
BYJost A. RIVERA 152
Louis Gerard Mendoza, Historia: The Literary Making of Chi-
cana and Chicano History.
BY CYNTHIA E. OROZCO 153
Milo Kearney and Manuel Medrano, Medieval Culture and the
Mexican American Borderlands.
BY ELIZABETH MAKOWSKI 155
Juan Mora-Torres, The Making of the Mexican Border: The
State, Capitalism, and Society in Nuevo Le6n, 1848-1g9o.
BY JOSt ROBERTO JUAREZ 156
Mary Ellen Curtin, Black Prisoners and Their World: Alabama,
BY HENRY MCKIVENJR. 157
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