The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 71, July 1967 - April, 1968 Page: 194
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Posey, Frontier Mission: A History of Religion West of the
Southern Appalachians to z86z, by Lawrence L. Brown 299
Caruso, The Mississippi Valley Frontier, by Edith Parker 302
Hawgood, America's Western Frontiers, by Wayne Gard 303
Vernon, Methodism Moves Across North Texas, by
James William Morgan 304
Leckie, The Buffalo Soldiers, by Floyd F. Ewing 305
Hirshon, Grenville M. Dodge, Soldier, Politician,
Railroad Pioneer, by William C. Nunn 306
Edwards and Bravo, Painted Walls of Mexico:
From Prehistoric Times until Today, by Joe B. Frantz 307
Tinker, The Horsemen of the Americas and the Literature
They Inspired, by Malcolm D. McLean 309
Meyer, Mexican Rebel: Pascual Orozco and the Mexican
Revolution, x91o-z915, by Donald E. Worcester 310
Cole, Steel and Economic Growth in Mexico, by
Charles C. Cumberland 312
Shannon, The Centennial Years: A Political and Economic
History of America from the Late z870s to the Early x89os,
by Norman D. Brown 313
Hudson and Maxwell, The Sunny Slopes of Long Ago, by
James V. Reese 314
Vann, The Texas Institute of Letters, z936-1966, by
E. Hudson Long 315
Duaine, The Dead Men Wore Boots: An Account of the
32nd Texas Volunteer Cavalry, CSA, x862-x865 by
Alwyn Barr 316
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