The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 78, July 1974 - April, 1975 Page: 482
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Southwestern Historical Quarterly
Kansas Quarterly (Fall, I974). Contributes background information and
"When the Independent Cattleman Realizes His Independence is Gone,"
by John Henry Faulk, Southern Voices (October-November, I974). Re-
calls conversation with East Texas cattleman.
"Origin of the Texas Longhorn," by Michael M. Fennell, The Cattle-
man (December, 1974). Traces history of the breed back to Europe.
"Watt Matthews and the Texas Tradition," by James Lenamon, Persim-
mon Hill (Vol. IV, No. 4). Gives account of Matthews ranch.
SOCIAL AND INTELLECTUAL HISTORY
"The Americanization of Texas," by T. R. Fehrenbach, Texas Monthly
(January, 1975). Analyzes character of, and threats to, the "independent
"Black and White Cultural Interaction in the Early Twentieth Century
South: Race and Hillbilly Music," by John S. Otto and Augustus M. Burns,
Phylon (December, 1974). Studies cultural interchange.
"The Serpent of Lust in the Southern Garden," by William Bedford
Clark, The Southern Review (Autumn, 1974). Views theme of miscege-
nation in literature.
"German Texas," by Molly Ivins, The Texas Observer (December 13,
1974). Discusses German life in Texas, past and present.
"The Red River Bridge Conflict: A Minor Skirmish in the War Against
Depression," by W. Richard Fossey, Red River Valley Historical Review
(Autumn, I974). Recounts struggle to open a free bridge.
"The Role of Lawyers in the Birth of the Republic of Texas," by Dwight
D. Meier and James C. Crain, Texas Bar Journal (November, 1974)
Discusses Declaration of Independence and Constitution.
"Maticka Praha," by Richard Pierce, Texas Highways (December,
1974). Celebrates center of Czeck settlement in Texas.
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