The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 107, July 2003 - April, 2004 Page: 570
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DE LEON, A TEJANO FAMILY HISTORY
BY ANA CAROLINA CASTILLO CRIMM
La familia de Le6n was one of the foundation stones on which Texas was built.
Moving to the Texas frontier in 1801, they established family ranches in South Texas
and, in 1824, the town of Victoria and the de Le6n colony on the Guadalupe River.
This highly readable book recounts the history of three generations of the de Le6n
s22 95 paper, s50 oo cloth
TURN-OF-THE-CENTURY PHOTOGRAPHS FROM
SAN DIEGO, TEXAS
BY ANA CAROLINA CASTILLO CRIMM AND SARA R. MASSEY
This collection of photographs captures the cosmopolitan South Texas town of San
Diego at a vibrant moment in its history between 1898 and 1909. An introductory
historical chapter constitutes the first published history of Duval County, which was
one of the most important areas of South Texas in the early twentieth century.
Copubhshed with the University ofTexas Institute ofTexan Cultures at San Antonio with funding
from the Summerlee Foundation
96 b&o photos, $29.9S cloth
A LAW FOR THE LION
A TALE OF CRIME AND INJUSTICE IN THE BORDERLANDS
BY BEATRIZ DE LA GARZA
In this engrossing account of the 1912 slaying of two prominent Mexican landowners
and the subsequent trial of their Anglo killer, de la Garza sheds new light on the
interethnic struggles that defined life on the border a century ago, on the mystique of
the Texas Rangers, and on the legal framework that once institutionalized violence
and lawlessness in Texas.
Jack and Doris Smothers Series in Texas History, Life, and Culture
S$7 95paper, 39.95 cloth
WITH COURAGE AND COMMON SENSE
MEMOIRS FROM THE OLDER WOMEN'S LEGACY CIRCLES
EDITED BY SUSAN WITTIG ALBERT AND DAYNA FINET
FOREWORD BY LIz CARPENTER
This book presents an extensive selection of memoirs from the Older Women's
Legacy (OWL) Circle Memoir Workshops. Organized thematically, they chronicle
far-reaching changes in the ways that women participated in the world during the
sr7 9Spaper, $40 oo cloth
Cite LOOKS AT HOUSTON
EDITED BY BARRIE SCARDINO, WILLIAM F. STERN, AND BRUCE C. WEBB
FOREWORD BY PETER G. ROWE
Since 1982, Cite: The Architecture and Design Review of Houston has explored the
nature of Houston's evolution as an urban place by publishing commissioned articles
by nationally known writers and architectural historians and high quality photogra-
phy. This volume brings together twenty-five exceptional articles from Cite's first
twenty years, along with black-and-white photographs, maps, and plans.
35 0oo cloth
S UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS PRESS
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Texas State Historical Association. The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 107, July 2003 - April, 2004, periodical, 2004; Austin, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth101224/m1/570/: accessed September 21, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Texas State Historical Association.