The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 73, July 1969 - April, 1970 Page: 344
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Berlandier, The Indians of Texas in 183o,
by Sheila M. Ohlendorf 413
Havins, Beyond the Cimarron: Major Earl Van Dorn in
Comanche Land, by K. F. Neighbours 414
Momaday, The Way to Rainy Mountain, by W. W. Newcomb, Jr. 415
Faulk, The Geronimo Campaign, by Richard N. Ellis 416
Matloff (ed.) , American Military History,
by David Curtis Skaggs 417
Bauer, Surfboats and Horse Marines: U.S. Naval Operations
in the Mexican War, r846-48, by John K. Mahon 419
Hutchinson, Frontier Settlement in Mexican California,
by Richard Sinkin 420
Charno (comp.), Latin American Newspapers in United States
Libraries: A Union List, by Nettie Lee Benson 421
Wooster, The People in Power: Courthouse and Statehouse in
the Lower South, z850-z860, by Dale A. Somers 422
Martin, The City Moves West: Economic and Industrial
Growth in Central West Texas, by Alwyn Barr 423
Reschenthaler, Postwar Readjustment in El Paso z945-1950,
and Wallace, Water Out of the Desert, by Ben E. Pingenot 424
Sonnichsen, Pass of the North: Four Centuries on the
Rio Grande, by William C. Pool 425
Smith (comp. and ed.), Walter Prescott Webb,
by John F. Murphy 427
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