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From: AzTeC SW Archaeology SIG

To:   "'Matthias Giessler'" 

Subject: Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Vol. 100, No. 3 (January 1997)

Date: Sun, 16 Feb 1997 01:30:01 EST





From: Ron Tyler rtyler@mail.utexas.edu

    

Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Vol. 100, No. 3 (January 1997).

Published by the Texas State Historical Association, 2.306 Richardson

Hall, University of Texas at Austin 78712



Ron Tyler, Editor

George Ward, Managing Editor

    

Contents

A Choice of Destiny: Immigration Policy, Slavery, and the Annexation of

Texas.

By David E. Narrett     271

A Texas City and the Texas Myth: Urban Historical Identity in Corpus

Christi.

By Alan Lessoff 305

Galveston as a Tourist City.

By David G. McComb      331

Setting the Record Straight: Fort Worth and the Historians.

By Richard F. Selcer    361

Southwestern Collection 381

Book Reviews    397

    

Book Reviews

David J. Weber, On the Edge of Empire:The Taos Hacienda of los Martenez.

By Richard Melzer       397

Frederic Bancroft, Slave Trading in the Old South.

By Barry A. Crouch      398

Madge Thornal Roberts, editor, The Personal Correspondence of Sam

Houston.  Volume I, 1839-1845.

By Merline Pitre        398

Brigitte Georgi-Findlay, The Frontiers of Women's Writing: Women's

Narratives and the Rhetoric of Westward Expansion.

By Sherry L. Smith      399

Jane Lenz Elder and David J. Weber, editors, Trading in Santa Fe: John M.

Kingsbury's Correspondence with James Josiah Webb, 1853-1861.

By Ben E. Pingenot      400

L. Boyd Finch, Confederate Pathway to the Pacific: Major Sherod Hunter

and Arizona Territory, C.S.A.

By Jerry Thompson       401

Paula Mitchell Marks, Hands to the Spindle: Texas Women and Home Textile

Production, 1822-1880.

By Cynthia A. Brandimarte       402

Lel Purcell Hawkins, A Texas Pioneer Teacher: Mrs. R. K. Red.

By Lou H. Rodenberger   403

Annie Mae Hunt and Ruthe Winegarten, I Am Annie Mae: An Extraordinary

Black Texas Woman in Her Own Words; and Ruthe Winegarten, Black Texas

Women: A Sourcebook.

By Cheryl Knott Malone  404

Mary Leefe Laurence, Daughter of the Regiment: Memoirs of a Childhood in

the Frontier Army, 1878-1898.

By Sherry L. Smith      405

H. H. McConnell, Five Years a Cavalryman: Or, Sketches of Regular Army

Life on the Texas Frontier, 1866-1871.

By Max S. Lale  406

Matthew J. Mancini, One Dies, Get Another: Convict Leasing in the

American  South, 1866-1928.

 By Suzanne Summers      406

Keith H. Basso, Wisdom Sits in Places: Landscape and Language Among the

Western Apache.

By Joe O'Neal   407

Clara Lomas, editor, The Rebel: Leonor Villegas de Magnon.

By William F. Harlow    408

Michael L. Johnson, New Westers: The West in Contemporary American

Culture.

By Jesse Sublett        409

William D. Rowley, Reclaiming the Arid West: The Career of Francis G.

Newlands.

By Mark Barringer       410

Leon Metz, John Wesley Hardin: Dark Angel of Texas.

By Jack Jackson         411

Joyce Gibson Roach, Wild Rose: A Folk History of a Cross Timbers

Settlement, Keller, Texas.

By Russell H. Goodyear  413

Robert Lee Maril, The Bay Shrimpers of Texas:Rural Fishermen in a Global

Economy.

By David G. McComb      414

    

    

Ron Tyler			

512/471-1525

rtyler@mail.utexas.edu

fax: 512/471-1551

Texas State Historical Association

Center for Studies in Texas History   

2/306 Sid Richardson Hall

University of Texas at Austin               

Austin, Texas 78712

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