The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 71, July 1967 - April, 1968 Page: 370
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Dugger, ed., Three Men in Texas, by Joseph Jones 447
Divine, Second Chance, by Raymond A. Esthus 448
Kirkland and Newcomb, The Rock Art of Texas Indians,
by T. N. Campbell 449
Clark, They Sang for Horses, by Joe B. Frantz 451
King, John O. Meusebach, by David B. Trimble 453
Brauer, Cotton Versus Conscience, by Ottis Clark Skipper 454
McDermott, ed., The Frontier Re-examined, by John E. Sunder 455
Galvin, ed., Western America in 1846-1847, by James
L. Nichols 456
Goetzmann, When the Eagle Screamed, by Elmer W. Flaccus 457
Moody, Stagecoach West, by Robert G. Athearn 458
Alexander and Webb, Texas Homes of the rgth Century, by
William H. Goetzmann 460
Smith, Kessell, and Fox, Father Kino in Arizona, by
David O'Brien 461
Jones, Health-Seekers in the Southwest, by Richard A.
Van Orman 462
McKennon, Iron Men, by Theodore L. Agnew 463
Reuter, Catholic Influence on American Colonial Policies,
by Thomas F. McGann 464
Spain, At Ease in Zion, by Margaret DesChamps Moore 466
Douglas, Farewell to Texas, by Stanley A. Arbingast 467
Moore, The Biography of Doctor D. R. Wallace, by Robert
L. Sutherland 468
Krueger, And Promises to Keep, by George Wolfskill 469
Boiler, Quotemanship, by John S. Ezell 470
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