The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 78, July 1974 - April, 1975 Page: 424
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Bartlett, The New Country: A Social History of the American Frontier,
1776-1890; and McKee, The Last West: A History of the Great
Plains of North America, by Edward Phillips 483
Rathjen, The Texas Panhandle Frontier, by David B. Gracy II 485
Postl, The Making of an American; and Gilles, Comanche Days, by
Al Lowman 486
Gunnerson, The Jicarilla Apaches, by Harwood P. Hinton 488
Simmons, The Little Lion of the Southwest: A Life of Manual Antonio
Chaves, by Felix D. Almariz, Jr. 489
Pino, Mexican Americans: A Research Bibliography, by Sandra L.
Basch, Memories of Mexico: A History of the Last Ten Months of the
Empire, by Ron Tyler 49 I
Lanning, Pedro de la Torre, by Donald Chipman 491
Miller and Genovese (eds.), Plantation, Town, and County: Essays on
the Local History of American Slave Society, by Randolph
Herff, The Doctors Herff: A Three-Generation Memoir, by John H.
Noggle, Into the Twenties: The United States from Armistice to Nor-
malcy, by Michael P. Malone 495
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