The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 106, July 2002 - April, 2003 Page: 7
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NUMBER 3: JANUARY, 2003
WHITHER TEJANO HISTORY: ORIGINS, DEVELOPMENT, AND STATUS.
By Arnoldo DeLe6n 349
RESTORING THE OLDEST WATER RIGHT IN TEXAS: THE MISSION
SAN JUAN ACEQUIA OF SAN ANTONIO.
ByJose A. Rivera 367
THE GOVERNOR AND THE BAT: PRISON REFORM DURING THE
OSCAR B. COLQUITT ADMINISTRATION, 1911-1915.
By Paul M. Lucko 397
THE WILEY-BISHOP STUDENT MOVEMENT: A CASE STUDY
IN THE 1960 CIVIL RIGHTS SIT-INS.
By Donald Seals Jr. 419
SOUTHWESTERN COLLECTION 443
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