The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 78, July 1974 - April, 1975 Page: 92
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Southwestern Historical Quarterly
Considers ninth and tenth century population dislocations of Pueblo
"Indian Slaveholders and Presbyterian Missionaries, 1837-1861," by
William G. McLoughlin, Church History (December, I973). Studies mis-
sionary work in the Indian Territory.
"Chief John Ross During the Civil War," by Gary E. Moulton, Civil
War History (December, 1973). Examines Ross's leadership in the Chero-
"The Indian Threat Along the Santa Fe Trail," by Susan Koester, The
Pacific Historian (Winter, I973). Surveys depredations on the trail.
"The Influence of Epidemics on the Indian Populations and Cultures of
Texas," by John C. Ewers, Plains Anthropologist (May, 1973). Examines
impact of thirty epidemics.
"Type Determinants in Southwestern Ceramics and Some of Their Im-
plications," by Lyndon L. Hargrave, Plateau (Winter, 1974). Reexamines
"An Old Navajo Trail with Associated Petroglyph Trail Markers, Can-
yon de Chelly, Arizona," by Claude Britt, Jr., Plateau (Summer, 1973).
Includes pictures of informative petroglyphs.
"Forgotten but not Gone: A Case Study in the Persistence of Reform,"
by David Maren, Phylon (March, I974). Reveals mistakes of various
Indian policy reform programs.
LETTERS, DIARIES, AND RECOLLECTIONS
"Memories: El Paso High School Sixty Years Ago," by I. B. Goodman,
Password (Spring, 1974). Organizes reminiscences by topics.
"Autobiographical Episode: A Boyhood on the South Texas Range,
Prague Ranch, 1907-1913," by John Quitman Stevens, Jr., with David R.
Stevens, Texana (No. 2, 1972). Relives memories of South Texas ranching.
"Papa Jack: The Adventures of a Pioneer Cowman," edited by Paul
McClung, Great Plains Journal (Spring, 1973). First of three-part series,
including chapters on cowmen, sod houses, running the Cherokee strip.
"The Journal of Ado Hunnius, Indian Territory, I876," edited by Har-
mon Mothershead, The Chronicles of Oklahoma (Winter, 1973-1974).
Records survey expedition for the army.
"Recollections of My Early Life," by Carl Bert Albert, The Chronicles
of Oklahoma (Spring, 1974). Recalls early childhood of Speaker of the
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