The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 77, July 1973 - April, 1974 Page: 514
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Southwestern Historical Quarterly
Jr., The Journal of Arizona History (September, 1973). Surveys journalis-
tic rhetoric and opinion.
"The Elusive Meridian," by Mary Ann Parker, The Chronicles of Okla-
homa (Summer, 1973). Reveals efforts to locate one of Oklahoma's boun-
"The Ardmore Tragedy: Local History on an International Level," by
Abraham Hoffman, The Chronicles of Oklahoma (Summer, i973). Cau-
tions historians about the acceptance of generalizations and stereotypes.
"A History of the Oklahoma Gas and Electric Company to the Year
1904," by George Steinmeyer, The Chronicles of Oklahoma (Summer,
1973). Narrates the early history of OG&E.
"The Disruption and Decline of the Oklahoma Socialist Party," by Garin
Burbank, Journal of American Studies (August, 1973). Buttresses the thesis
that "a 'grass roots' party was the victim of political repression sanctioned
by national authority. .. ."
"Oklahoma's All-Black State Movement, 1889-1907," by Arthur Tol-
son, Journal of Social and Behavioral Sciences (Fall & Winter, 1971-1972).
Reviews history of the movement.
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