The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 89, July 1985 - April, 1986 Page: 562
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Southwestern Historical Quarterly
"Women in the West: A Bibliographical Essay," by Virginia Noelke,
Fort Concho Report (Winter, 1984-1985). Provides an introduction to a
special issue on the history of women in the San Angelo area.
"None so Beautiful," Fort Concho Report (Winter, 1984-1985).
Presents life of an army laundress attached to Fort Concho.
"Texas Yahoo," Fort Concho Report (Winter, 1984-1985). Recounts es-
capades of the wife of a Fort Concho lieutenant in the 1870s.
"Early San Angelo Women: A Portrait Gallery," Fort Concho Report
(Winter, 1984-1985). A collection of photographs of women of the
area in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries.
"The American Southwest: An Urban View," by Bradford Luck-
ingham, Western Historical Quarterly (July, 1984). From the beginnings
of European settlement in the American Southwest, cities have been
crucial to growth and development, but they are only now becoming
important in southwestern historiography.
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