The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 106, July 2002 - April, 2003 Page: 415
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Charles B. Dew, Apostles of Dlsunion. Secession Commzssioners and the Causes of the
BY PAUL A. LEVENGOOD 482
John E. Clark Jr., Railroads in the Czvil War: The Impact of Management on Victory and Defeat.
BY STEVEN G. COLLINS 483
Jo Ella Powell Exley, Frontier Blood. The Saga of the Parker Family.
BY R. BRUCE WAY 484
H. Henrietta Stockel, Chzncahua Apache Women and Children: Safekeepers of the
BY SANDRA K. MATHEWS-LAMB 485
John Miller Morris, A Private in the Texas Rangers, A. T. Miller of Company B,
BY TY CASI-IION 487
Charles M. Robinson III, General George Crook and the Western Frontier.
BY DANIEL P. BARR 488
Andreas Reichstein, German Pioneers on the American Frontier: The Wagners
in Texas and Illinois.
BY ANNE SUTHERLAND 489
Stan Hoxg, The Kzowas and the Legend of Kcking Bard.
BYTODD KERSTETTER 490
Char Miller, editor, On the Border: An Environmental Hzstory of San Antonio.
BY ROBERT BUNTING 491
Alan Taylor, American Colonzes.
BY BOB CAVENDISH 493
J. U. Salvant and David G. McComb, The Historic Seacoast of Texas.
BY LISA M. DECHANO 494
Casey Edward Greene and Shelly Henly Kelly, editors, Through a Nght of Horrors:
Voices from the 19oo Galveston Storm
BY NANCY QUAM-WICKHAM 495
Louise S. O'Connor, Tales from the San'tone River Bottom: A Cultural Hstory
Volume One: Origins.
BY CRAIG H. ROELL 496
Bob Bowman, Fzrst of a Kind: The Buzlding of the South's Fzrst Newsprint Mall.
BYJAMES M. SMALLWOOD 497
Richard E. Prince, Atlantic Coast Lane Razlroad.
Richard E. Prince, Seaboard Azrline Razlway: Steam Boats, Locomotzves, and Hzstory.
BY KREGG M. FEHR 499
Hal K. Rothman, LBJ's Texas White House: "Our Heart's Home."
BY PATRICK L. COX 500
Peter Wild, Donald A. Barclay, and James H. Maguire, editors, Different Travellers,
Different Eyes: Artzsts'Narratves of the Amercan West, 1820-1920.
BY WILLIAM GOETZMANN 501
PatriciaJunker, Barbara McCandless, Jane Meyers, John Rohrbach, and Rick Stewart,
An American Collection: Works from the Amon Carter Museum.
BY FRANCINE CARRARO 502
Brian Kaufman, The Breach.
BY DORA ELIZONDO GUERRA 503
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