The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 107, July 2003 - April, 2004 Page: 577
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Quintard Taylor and Shirley Ann Wilson Moore, editors,
African-American Women Confront the West, z6o0-2000.
BY STEFANIE DECKER 629
Carlos Arnaldo Schwantes, Going Places: Transportation
Redefines the Twentieth-Century West.
BY BRAD D. LOOKINGBILL 631
Susan Wiley Hardwick, Mystic Galveston: Reinventing
America's Third Coast.
BY DONALD WILLETT 632
Gabriela F. Arredondo, et al., editors, Chicana Feminisms:
A Critical Reader.
BY ANTHONY MORA 633
Glenda Riley and Richard W. Etulain, editors, Wild
Women of the Old West.
BY APRILJ. CHASE 634
Brian F. Connaughton, Clerical Ideology in a Revolutionary
Age: The Guadalajara Church and the Idea of the Mexican
BY Jost ROBERTO JUAREZ 635
Joe Nick Patoski, photographs by Laurence Parent, Texas
BY GLEN SAMPLE ELY 636
BarbaraJ. Rozek, Come to Texas: Attracting Immigrants,
BY S. M. DUFFY 637
Ron Padgett, Oklahoma Tough: My Father, King of the Tulsa
BY CARTER MATTSON 638
Thomas A. DeBlack, With Fire and Sword: Arkansas,
BY RICHARD A. HALL 639
C. E. Richard, Louisiana: An Illustrated History.
BY GILBERT C. DIN 640
Robert Flynn and Eugene McKinney, editors, Paul Baker
and the Integration of Abilities.
BY DAVID BLANKE 641
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