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Southwestern Historical Quarterly
Kentucky Historical Society (January, 1973). Treats the recruiting of Ken-
tuckians for the Texas army and lists Kentuckians present at the Alamo.
SOCIAL AND INTELLECTUAL HISTORY
"Historia de la emigracion mexicana, 1900-197o. Literatura y investi-
gacion," by Arthur F. Corwin, Historia mexicana (October-December,
1972). Considers the literature on Mexican emigration.
"The Utility of Leisure: Game as a Source of Food in the Old South,"
by Roger Gordon Shingleton, Mississippi Quarterly (Fall, 1972). Surveys
the use of wild game food by early settlers.
"The Cowboy and the Class Struggle (Or, Never Put Marx in the Sad-
dle)," by William H. Hutchinson, Arizona and the West (Winter, 1972).
Argues against forcing the cowboy's experience into a Marxist framework.
"The Millennium, the West, and Race in the Antebellum American
Mind," by Klaus J. Hansen, The Western Historical Quarterly (October,
I972). Theorizes that the West became a symbol for fears of white men
who could not live up to the idealized millennial age, and that blacks and
Indians were victims of the white man's failure.
TOWNS AND COUNTIES
"A View of Hale County in 1907," ed. by C. Gwin Morris, Hale County
History (February, 1973). Contains a topical description and evaluation
of Hale County in 1907.
"Kaw and the Railroad," by Donovan L. Hofsommer, The Chronicles
of Oklahoma (Autumn, 1972). Recounts a small town's railroad experi-
"El Paso's Municipal Airport: I928-1936," by Stacy C. Hinkle, Pass-
word (Fall, 1972). Gives details on El Paso's first airport.
"Salt of the Earth," by Loy J. Gilbert, Chronicles of Smith County, Texas
(Fall, I972). Provides information on the history of salt manufacture at
the Neches Saline.
"Waco's Suspension Bridge," by Darlene Maddox, The Texas Historian
(January, 1973). Recounts the history of Waco's famous bridge.
"How the 'Settlement in the . Cross Timbers' Became Dallas," by Ruth
Cooper, Local History and Genealogical Survey (March, 1972). Argues
that Dallas was not named for a vice-president but probably for an early
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Texas State Historical Association. The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 77, July 1973 - April, 1974, periodical, 1973/1974; Austin, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth117148/m1/158/: accessed September 24, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Texas State Historical Association.