The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 84, July 1980 - April, 1981 Page: 316
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Bonnifield, The Dust Bowl: Men, Dirt, and Depression, by
James L. Forsythe 359
Ehrlich, Bilderback, and Ehrlich, The Golden Door: International
Migration, Mexico and the United States, by Stanley R. Ross 360
Donahue, Wildcatter: The Story of Michel T. Halbouty and
the Search for Oil, by Walter Rundell, Jr. 362
Williams, Old Texas Trails: Texas Trails, 1716-1886, by
Wayne Gard 364
Blocker (ed.), Alcohol, Reform and Society: The Liquor Issue
in Social Context, by Lewis L. Gould 365
McDonald (ed.), "On This Day of New Beginnings": Selected
Inaugural Addresses of Texas Governors,
by Roger A. Griffin 366
Brett, There Ain't No Such Animal and Other East Texas Tales,
by Sylvia Ann Grider 367
Savage, The Cowboy Hero: His Image in American History and
Culture, by W. Eugene Hollon 369
Kyvig, Repealing National Prohibition, by Paul E. Isaac 370
Rorabaugh, The Alcoholic Republic: An American Tradition,
by Elizabeth A. H. John 371
Reps, Cities of the American West: A History of Frontier
Urban Planning, by David G. McComb 372
Brown, Hard-Rock Miners: The Intermountain West,
1860-1920, by Michael P. Malone 373
Gillette, Retreat From Reconstruction, 1869-1879,
by H. Wayne Morgan 374
Everett, San Antonio Legacy, by Arthur J. Mayer 376
Hinton, Ambush: The Real Story of Bonnie and Clyde,
by Bill O'Neal 377
Agnew, Fort Gibson: Terminal on the Trail of Tears,
by Jimmy M. Skaggs 378
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