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BIG BEND PICTURES
BY JAMES H. EVANS
FOREWORD BY ROBERT DRAPER
"The landscapes Evans captures are not
simply blase, wide-angle homages to the
hallowedfrontier. they reveal Big Bend's
quirks and bemused attitudes, suggesting the
hitherto blasphemous-namely, that the
American West can have a sense of humor,
and at times be downright weird. Above all,
Evans is exposing beauty from its proper
angles." -Robert Draper
Bill andAlice Wright Photography Series
102 duotone photos, $39.95 cloth
A LITERARY BIOGRAPHY
BY CHARLES S. WATSON
"[This book] is highly accessible andfascinating,
a realpage-turner. ... Without becoming
at all simplistic, it explains an important
artist in a believable, concrete, and usable
way, one that will delight non-specialists but
also deeply instruct specialists."
-John Herbert Roper, author of
C. Vann Woodward: A Southern
Historian and His Critics
Jack and Doris Smothers Series in Texas History
Life, and Culture
FELIX LONGORIA'S WAKE
AND THE RISE OF MEXICAN
BY PATRICK J. CARROLL
FOREWORD BY JOSE E. LIM6N
"Carrollprovides abundant evidence of the
importance of the Longoria incidentfor
Mexican Americans, for a rising Lyndon
Johnson, for Texas politics, and, indirectly, for
U.S. society. His insights... have the potential
of appealing to both historians and
general readers, particularly those interested
in Mexican American and/or Texas history."
-Julie Leininger Pycior, author of
Lyndon Johnson and Mexican
Americans: The Paradox of Power
Centerfor Mexican American Studies
History, Culture, and Society Series
$19.95 paper, $45.oo cloth
IDENTITIES IN MEXICAN
BY BENJAMIN MARQUEZ
"Mdrquez has produced a valuable study of
political diversity among Mexican American
interest groups. His work exposes the
fault of equating Mexican American-and
by extension, I think, any other-ethnicity
with any specific, much less a uniquely
radical, political ideology."
-Sidney Plotkin, Professor of Political
Science, Vassar College
$s9.9S paper, $40.00 cloth
THE NATIVE AMERICANS
OF THE TEXAS EDWARDS
BY MARIA F. WADE
FOREWORD BY THOMAS R. HESTER
MAPS BY DON E. WADE
"This is truly an exceptional work....
It makes a significant contribution to our
understanding of the Native people of
Texas by introducing new information
from previously unused sources andfresh
English translations of known documents."
-William C. Foster, author of Spanish
Expeditions into Texas, 1689-1768
Texas Archaeology and Ethnohistory Series
Thomas R. Hester, Editor
Now in paperback
KIOWA, APACHE, AND
i800 TO THE PRESENT
By William C. Meadows
Browse our complete Texana catalog
online at www.utexas.edu/utpress/
Sat UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS PRESS
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