The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 87, July 1983 - April, 1984 Page: 96
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Southwestern Historical Quarterly
Daphne Dalton Garrett, German Texan Heritage Society Newsletter
(Summer, 1982). Comments on the second oldest German settlement
in Texas, now the site of the LCRA Fayette Power Plant and Cooling
"The Kishi Colony," by Gwendolyn Rosser Wingate; "(The Story
of) The Kishi Colony," by Gwendolyn Wingate, Las Sabinas (Jan.,
1983). Tells story of Japanese colony in Orange County.
"The FW and DC Railroad: Giving Life to a New Line of Com-
munities in West Texas," by William C. Billingsley, Texas Humanist
(May/June, 1983). Tells history of the Fort Worth and Denver City
Railway and of the towns that grew up along its route.
"A Papal Delegate in Texas: The Visit of His Eminence Cardinal Sa-
tolli in 1896," by Raymond C. Mensing, Jr., East Texas Historical
Journal (Fall, 1982). A portrayal of the able diplomacy of then arch-
bishop Francesco Satolli, the first Apostolic Delegate to the Catholic
hierarchy of the U.S. (1893-1896), who during the last months of his
appointment visited three Texas cities (Galveston, San Antonio, andEl
Paso), and became involved in the solution of ecclesiastical problems in
the Diocese of Galveston.
"The Marshall News-Messenger and the Great Southwest Rail Strike
of 1886," by Jolyn Dunavant, Touchstone (1982). Discusses strike by
Knights of Labor and reaction to it in Marshall.
UNITED STATES-MEXICAN RELATIONS
"The 'Mexican Problem': A Critical View of the Alliance of Aca-
demics and Politicians during the Debate over Mexican Immigration
in the 192o's," by Ricardo Griswold del Castillo, Borderlands Journal
(Spring, 1981). Talks of debate over Mexican immigration in the
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