The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 71, July 1967 - April, 1968 Page: 632
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Southwestern Historical Quarterly
"Military Operations on the Cattle Trails" by Jimmy M. Skaggs,
Texas Military History (Summer, 1967). Traces the trail-escorting
activities of the army in providing protection against Indian harass-
"Military Establishments in Southwestern New Mexico: Stepping
Stones to Settlement" by Lee Myers, New Mexico Historical Review
(January, 1968). Supplements his previous research in official records
of the military in territorial New Mexico by reviewing the history of
forgotten frontier posts.
REPUBLIC OF TEXAS
"Newspapers that Republic of Texas Readers Didn't Read" by C.
Richard King, Texana (Summer, 1967). Looks at the advertisements
on several publications that failed to materialize.
"Texas Panhandle News Items 1877-1885, from the Dodge City
Times" compiled and edited by Lonnie J. White, Panhandle-Plains
Historical Review (1967). Gathers a "unique contemporary record of
early-day events in the Texas Panhandle from 1877 to 1885."
"The Icarian Colony in Texas, 1848" by Odie B. Faulk, Texana
(Summer, 1967). Treats the historiographical problems surrounding
the utopian-socialist community established by the French colonizer,
"Development of Music on the American Frontier" by Dorman H.
Winfrey, Texana (Summer, 1967). Delves into the question "whether
new music developed on the American frontier as expansion of the
nation took place, and what influence, if any, the frontier had on
American and European music."
TOWNS AND COUNTIES
"Die Lateinische Ansiedlung in Texas" by A. Siemering and trans-
lated by C. W. Geue, Texana (Summer, 1967). Reviews the brief
history of the German settlement called Sisterdale, located in the valley
through which the Guadalupe River and Sister Creek flow.
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