The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 106, July 2002 - April, 2003 Page: 414
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Daniel D. Arreola, Tejano South Texas: A Mexican American Cultural Province.
BY MICHAEL S. YODER 459
Guadalupe San Miguel Jr., Tejano Proud- Tex-Mex Music in the Twentieth Century.
BY OMAR VALERIO-JIMENEZ 460
Jacqueline Orsini Dunnington, Our Lady of New Mexico.
BY ROBERT E. WRIGHT 461
David Nathan Johnson, edited by Felix D. Almarz Jr., Madero in Texas.
BYJULIE LEININGER PYCIOR 463
Roberto R. Calder6n, Mexican Coal Mlning Labor in Texas and Coahuila, 1880-1930.
BY EMILIO ZAMORA 464
Betty Colley and Jane Clements Monday, Tales of the Wld Horse Desert.
BY ANDRIS TIJERINA 465
Lawrence Clayton,Jim Hoy, andJerald Underwood, Vaqueros, Cowboys, and Buckaroos.
Robert MaberryJr., Texas Flags.
BYJACK JACKSON 468
Martha Menchaca, Recovering Hstory, Constructing Race: The Indian, Black, and White
Roots of Mexican Americans.
BY CARLOS KEVIN BLANTON 469
Leslie S. Offutt, Saltillo, 177o-1810 o: Town and Region in the Mexican North.
BY DAVID B. ADAMS 470
James N. Leiker, Racial Borders: Black Soldzers Along the Rio Grande.
BY BERNADETTE PRUITT 472
Gary Brown, Texas Gulag: The Chain Gang Years, 1875-1925.
BY PAUL R. SCOTT 473
Dan Murph, Texas Giant: The Life of Price Daniel.
David Richards, Once Upon a Time in Texas: A Liberal in the Lone Star State.
BY JAMES E. COUSAR 474
Bernard Rapoport as told to Don Carleton, BengRapoport: Capitalist
wzth a Conscience.
BY GEORGE GREEN 475
Thomas E. Chavez, Spazn and the Independence of the United States:
An Intrinsic Gift.
BY ROBERT H. THONHOFF 476
Stephen D. Engle, Struggle for the Heartland: The Campaign from Fort Henry to
BY WALTER EARL PITTMAN 478
Donald C. SimmonsJr., Confederate Settlements in British Honduras.
BY BRIAN R. DIRCK 479
Erika L. Murr, editor, A Rebel Wfe in Texas: TheDzary and Letters of Elizabeth
Scott Neblett, 1852-1864.
BY ANGELA BOSWELL 480
Glen Feldman, editor, Reading Southern History: Essays on Interpreters
BY PATRICIA GOWER A81
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