The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 77, July 1973 - April, 1974 Page: 340
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McNitt, Navajo Wars: Military Campaigns, Slave Raids, and
Reprisals, by Lawrence C. Kelly 415
Pletcher, The Diplomacy of Annexation: Texas, Oregon, and the
Mexican War, by Gene Brack 416
Kern (ed.), The Caciques: Oligarchical Politics and the System of
Caciquismo in the Luso-Hispanic World, by David B. Adams 417
Riley, Fernando Cortes and the Marquesado in Morelos, 1522-1547,
by Donald Chipman 418
Meier and Rudwick, CORE: A Study in the Civil Rights Movement,
1942-1968, by Michael L. Gillette 419
Boren et al., Essays on the Gilded Age, by Harold M. Hollingsworth 420
Carter, Cowboy Capital of the World: The Saga of Dodge City,
by Robert T. Smith 421
Skeels, An Ethnohistorical Survey of Texas Indians, by Sandra Myres 422
Mantell, Johnson, Grant, and the Politics of Reconstruction,
by Jack B. Scroggs 424
Kilgore, A Ranger Legacy: 150 Years of Service to Texas,
by Wayne Gard 425
Neighbours, Indian Exodus: Texas Indian Affairs, 1835-i859,
by Herbert H. Lang 426
McWhiney, Southerners and Other Americans, by N. V. Bartley 427
Hine, The American West: An Interpretive History,
by Edward Phillips 427
Current-Garcia (ed.), Shem, Ham, & Japeth, by Arthur
H. Derosier, Jr. 428
Symons, Where the Wagon Led, by Owen Ulph 429
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