The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 106, July 2002 - April, 2003 Page: 8
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NUMBER 4: APRIL, 2003
"GOD HELP THEM ALL AND SO MUST WE": CLARA BARTON,
REVEREND JOHN BROWN, AND DROUGHT RELIEF EFFORTS,
By Shirley W. Caldwell 507
BLACK TEXANS AND THEATER CRAFT UNIONISM: THE STRUGGLE
FOR RACIAL EQUALITY.
By Ernest Obadele-Starks 533
OSCAR WILDE LECTURES IN TEXAS, 1882.
By Dorothy McLeod MacInerney, William Warren Rogers,
and Robert David Ward 551
NOTES AND DOCUMENTS
". .. WILLING NEVER TO GO IN ANOTHER FIGHT": THE
CIVIL WAR CORRESPONDENCE OF RUFUS KING FELDER
OF CHAPPELL HILL.
By Stephen Chicoine 575
SOUTHWESTERN COLLECTION 601
BOOK REVIEWS 629
FELLOWS AND SPECIAL MEMBERS OF THE ASSOCIATION
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