The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 95, July 1991 - April, 1992 Page: 183
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Jordan and Kaups, The American Backwoods Frontzer: An Ethnzc and
Ecological Interpretatzon, by John R. Finger 274
Haynes, Soldzers of Misfortune: The Somervell and Mier Expediztons, by
Joseph Milton Nance 275
Stillman, Wanderings in the Southwest, 1855, by Charles D. Spurlin 277
Jaques, Texas Ranch Life: With Three Months through Mexico in a
"Prairze Schooner," by Garry L. Nail 278
Edward, A History of Texas, by Stanley E. Siegel 279
Wedin, The Magnficent Marathon Basin: A Hzstory of Marathon, Texas,
Its People and Events, by Judith A. Parsons 280
Lofaro and Cummings (eds.), Crockett at Two Hundred: New
Perspectives on the Man and the Myth, by Harwood P. Hinton 280
Utley, Billy the Kzd- A Short and Vzolent Life, by Michael L. Olson 281
Marks, And Dze in the West: The Story of the O.K. Corral Gunfight, by
Jack Burrows 282
Simonson, Beyond the Frontizer: Writers, Western Regionalzsm, and a
Sense of Place, by Patricia Nelson Limerick 283
Martin, A Story that Stands Like A Dam; Glen Canyon and the Struggle
for the Soul of the West, by J. B. Smallwood, Jr. 284
Simpson, Mind and the Ameizcan Czvil War: A Meditatzon on Lost
Causes, by M. E. Bradford 285
Gallagher (ed.), Fzghtng for the Confederacy: The Personal Recollections
of Edward Porter Alexande?, by Charles Royster 287
Miller, Soldzers and Settlers: Military Supply in the Southwest,
i86i-1885, by Elliott West 288
Smith and Ryan (comps. and eds.), Modern Fzrst Ladies: Thezr
Documentary Legacy, by Janet G. Humphrey 289
Boiler, Presidential Wives: An Anecdotal History, by Nancy Kegan
Casdorph, Let the Good Times Roll: Life at Home in America During
World War II, by Elspeth Rostow 291
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