The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 84, July 1980 - April, 1981 Page: 462
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Southwestern Historical Quarterly
"Pedro Gonzalez Remembers the Revolution," as told to Oscar J.
Martinez, Password (Spring, 1980). Recounts a young man's experience
with Pancho Villa.
"Above and Beyond . . ." by Robert Hinds, Alcalde (July-Aug.,
i980). Brief biography of Texas's Russell A. Steindam, posthumously
awarded the Medal of Honor for gallantry in Vietnam.
"'Pecos Bill' Shafter: On the Texas Frontier, 1870-1875," by Paul
Carlson, Military History of Texas and the Southwest (Vol. 15, no 4).
Discusses the skirmishing between Indians and the army on the
"Fort Davis," by Eva Jolene Boyd, Texas Highways (June, 1980).
Tells the history of Fort Davis.
"The Mexican War: A Study in Causation," by Norman A. Graeb-
ner, Pacific Historical Review (Aug., 1980). Discusses the split in schol-
arship over the Mexican War and dodges the answer.
"A Reconsideration of the Origins of the Mexican-American War,"
by Ward McAfee, Southern California Quarterly (Spring, 1980). Ar-
gues Polk did not seek the war with Mexico.
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"The Longview Race Riot of 1919," by Kenneth R. Durham, Jr.,
East Texas Historical Journal (Fall, 1980). Evaluates the performance
of city officials during a race riot.
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