The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 84, July 1980 - April, 1981 Page: 20
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Weber (ed.), New Spain's Far Northern Frontier: Essays on
Spain in the American Frontier, 154o0-821,
by Elizabeth A. H. John log09
Worcester, The Apache: Eagles of the Southwest,
by Escal F. Duke 110
Guy (ed.), The Story of Palo Duro Canyon,
by Harwood P. Hinton 111
Blouet and Luebke (eds.), The Great Plains: Environment
and Culture, by Frederick W. Rathjen i 13
Hall, Revolt Against Chivalry: Jessie Daniel Ames and the
WVomen's Campaign Against Lynching,
by William F. Holmes 114
Brooks, Grinmwood, and Swenson, Chariots for Apollo: A History
of Lunar Spacecraft; and Ezell and Ezell, The Partnership:
A History of the Apollo-Soyuz Test Project,
by Charles C. Alexander 115
Jablonski, A Pictorial History of the World War I Years,
by Lewis L. Gould 117
Almaniz, Crossroads of Empire: The Church and State on the
Rio Grande Frontier of Coahuila and Texas, 1700-1821,
by Arnoldo De Le6n 118
Weber, Queen of Misstons: A Documentary History of Santa
Barbara, by Robert S. Weddle 19
Weber, Califomnia Catholicity, by William Dunn 12o
Fontana, Tarahumara: Where the Night Is the Day of the
Moon. by Michael L. Lawson 121
Sheridan and Naylor (eds.), Rardmuri: A Tarahumnara
Colonial Chronicle, 1607-1791, by Robert S. Weddle 122
Rose, Interstate: Express Highway Politics, 194r-1956,
by William R. Childs 123
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