The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 71, July 1967 - April, 1968 Page: 544
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Pinckney, Painting in Texas, by Llerena Friend 633
Bryan, ed., The Texas Diary, 1835-1838, by Andrew Forest Muir 634
Merk, The Oregon Question, by Merrill G. Burlingame 636
Alexander, Sectional Stress and Party Strength, by Ralph A.
Van Deusen, William Henry Seward, by James F. Hopkins 638
Davis, There Shall Also Be A Lieutenant Governor, by
Fred Gantt, Jr. 640
Gressley, ed., The American West: A Reorientation, by
W. Eugene Hollon 641
Loomis and Nasatir, Pedro Vial and the Roads to Santa Fe,
by Ernest Wallace 642
Thrapp, The Conquest of Apacheria, by Harwood P. Hinton 644
Smith, Rocky Mountain Mining Camps, by Judith Parsons 645
Grant, Rock Art of the American Indian, by W. C. Holden 646
Vogel and Vogel, Aunt Clara: The Paintings of Clara
McDonald Williamson, by Elizabeth Keefer Boatright 647
Karolides, The Pioeneer in the American Novel, by Martha
Anne Turner 648
Lee, ed., Southwest Writers Series Pamphlets, by Joseph
Evans Slate 650
Denhardt, Quarter Horses, by Wayne Gard 651
Clark and Kirwan, The South Since Appomattox, by Ben Procter 652
Nolen, The Negro Image in the South, by Thomas D. Clark 654
Jackson, The Ku Klux Klan in the City, by Charles C.
Billington, Thomas P. Gore, by Robert S. Maxwell 656
Roucek, ed., The Teaching of History, by Clark C. Gill 657
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