The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 106, July 2002 - April, 2003 Page: 6
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NUMBER 2: OCTOBER, 2002
ARCHEOLOGICAL INVESTIGATIONS AT THE BATTLE OF RED
RIVER SITE: NEW PERSPECTIVES ON THE 1874 INDIAN
CAMPAIGN IN THE TEXAS PANHANDLE.
ByJ. Brett Cruse 169
JosE BERNARDO GUTiERREZ DE LARA: Caudillo OF THE
MEXICAN REPUBLIC IN TEXAS.
By David E. Narrett 195
OF RUTABAGAS AND REDEEMERS: RETHINKING THE TEXAS
CONSTITUTION OF 1876.
By Patrick G. Williams 231
TEXANS IN THE SPANISH-AMERICAN WAR
By James M. McCaffrey 255
SOUTHWESTERN COLLECTION 283
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