The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 95, July 1991 - April, 1992 Page: 344
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BAKER & BOTTS IN THE DEVELOPMENT
OF MODERN HOUSTON
By Kenneth J. Lipartito and Joseph A. Pratt
The authors chart the evolution of Baker & Botts, one of the oldest and largest
corporate law firms in the Southwest, from a nineteenth-century regional firm to a
twentieth-century national firm that helps shape public policy.
TEJANO ORIGINS IN EIGHTEENTH-
CENTURY SAN ANTONIO
Edited by Gerald E. Poyo and Gilberto M. Hinojosa
Illustrated by Jost Cisneros
Scholars trace the first century of San Antonio history (1718-I830s) as the town grew
from a small Spanish military and mission outpost into a socially stratified but inte-
grated community with a strong sense of regional identity.
Co-published with the University of Texas Institute of Texan Cultures at San Antonio
The Lone Star State and the American Far West, 1836-1986
By Howard R. Lamar
Foreword by Lewis L. Gould
A series of thought-provoking essays that explore the influences of Texans and other
Southerners on the character and history of California and the southwestern states.
Winner I99I Friends of the Dallas Public
A HISTORY OF HISPANIC THEATRE
IN THE UNITED STATES
Origins to I94.
By Nicolas Kanellos
The first study of this rich tradition, filled with details about plays, authors, artists,
companies, houses, directors, and theatrical circuits.
$38.00 cloth $15.95 paper
v University of Texas Press
BOX 7819 AUSTIN, TEXAS 78713
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