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BIG BEND PICTURES
BY JAMES H. EVANS " FOREWORD BY ROBERT DRAPER
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Above all, Evans is exposing beauty from its proper angles." -Robert Draper
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A LITERARY BIOGRAPHY
BY CHARLES S. WATSON
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-John Herbert Roper, author of C. Vann Woodward A Southern Historian and His Critics
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FELIX LONGORIA'S WAKE
BEREAVEMENT, RACISM, AND THE RISE OF MEXICAN AMERICAN ACTIVISM
BY PATRICK J. CARROLL * FOREWORD BY JOSE E. LIM6N
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CONSTRUCTING IDENTITIES IN
MEXICAN AMERICAN POLITICAL ORGANIZATIONS
CHOOSING ISSUES, TAKING SIDES
BY BENJAMIN MARQUEZ
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any other-ethnicity with any specific, much less a uniquely radical, political ideology. "
-Sidney Plotkin, Professor of Political Science, Vassar College
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THE NATIVE AMERICANS OF THE TEXAS EDWARDS PLATEAU,
BY MARIA F. WADE * FOREWORD BY THOMAS R. HESTER
MAPS BY DON E. WADE
"This is truly an exceptional work. ... It makes a significant contribution to our understanding of
the Native people of Texas by introducing new information from previously unused sources and
fresh English translations of known documents."
-William C. Foster, author of Spanish Expeditions into Texas, 1689-1768
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KIOWA, APACHE, AND COMANCHE MILITARY SOCIETIES
ENDURING VETERANS, 1800 TO THE PRESENT
BY WILLIAM C. MEADOWS
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