The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 84, July 1980 - April, 1981 Page: 446
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Barnstone et al., The Architecture of John F. Staub: Houston
and the South, by Willard B. Robinson 463
McKern, Redneck Mothers, Good Ol' Girls and Other
Southern Belles: A Celebration of the Women of Dixie,
by Jo Ann Stiles 464
Fischer, Marxists and Utopias in Texas, by Jayme A. Sokolow 465
Steffen, Comparative Frontiers: A Proposal for Studying
the American West, by John E. Sunder 467
Tyler, Posada's Mexico, by Henry C. Schmidt 468
Shingleton, John Taylor Wood: Sea Ghost of the
Confederacy, by Ralph A. Wooster 469
Escott, Slavery Remembered: A Record of Twentieth-Century
Slave Narratives, by Ron C. Tyler 471
Hine, Black Victory: The Rise and Fall of the White Primary
in Texas, by Neil Sapper 473
Parker, Mules, Mines and Me in Mexico, 1895-1932,
by William L. Sherman 474
Green (ed.), Rural Oklahoma, by James L. Forsythe 475
Perdue, Slavery and the Evolution of Cherokee Society,
i54o-i866, by Elizabeth A. H. John 476
Malsch, Captain M. T. Gonzaullas: Lone Wolf, The Only
Texas Ranger Captain of Spanish Descent, by Wayne Gard 477
Clark, Thomas Moran: Watercolors of the American West,
by Barney Delabano 478
Shirley, Temple Houston: Lawyer with a Gun, by Leon C. Metz 479
Cordry, Mexican Masks, by John Lunsford 479
Thian, Notes Illustrating the Military Geography of the
United States, 1z83-188o, by Allan R. Purcell 480
Magdol and Wakelyn (eds.), The Southern Common People:
Studies in Nineteenth-Century Social History,
by Howard Beeth 481
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