The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 73, July 1969 - April, 1970 Page: 558
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Southwestern Historical Quarterly
RANCHING AND CATTLE
"To Catch a Thief," by Graves Peeler, The Cattleman (December,
1970o). Part III of the reminiscences of this cattle inspector.
"A History of Sports in Texas with a Unique Philosophy," by Harold
V. Ratliff. Proceedings of the Philosophical Society of Texas (1968).
Surveys Texas sports from Jack Johnson to the Astrodome.
"Theodore Roosevelt as Cowboy: The Virginian as Jacksonian
Man," American Quarterly, by John A. Barsness (Fall, 1969). Proposes
the thesis that the cowboy hero is a lineal descendant of Jacksonian
TOWNS AND COUNTIES
"The Comanche County Courthouse, 189o-1939," by Charles D.
Morgan, The Texas Architect (December, 1969). An appreciation of
a Victorian courthouse.
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