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SHQ Online Vol 103

07/1999 - 04/2000

Issue 1

Cover
Monumental Myths.
By Paul Gervais Bell Jr.
Main House, Carriage House: African-American Domestic Employees at the McFaddin-Ward House in Beaumont, Texas, 1900-1950.
By Judith W. Linsley
Black Labor, the Black Middle Class, and Organized Protest along the Upper Texas Gulf Coast, 1883-1945.
By Ernest Obadele-Starks
Without Pride or Apology: The University of Texas at Austin,Racial Integration, and the Barbara Smith Case.
By Lewis L. Gould and Melissa R. Sneed
Southwestern Collection
Book Reviews
Dennis Reinhartz and Gerald D. Saxon, editors, The Mapping of Entradas into the Greater Southwest.
By Jack Jackson
Adán Benavides Jr., Archival Investigations for Mission Nuestra Señora de los Delores de los Ais, San Augustine County, Texas: A Catalog ofDocuments and Maps of the Mission Dolores de los Ais Historical Materials Collection.
By Elizabeth A. H. John
David R. McDonald and Timothy M. Matovina, Defending Mexican Valor in Texas: Jose Antonio Navarro's Historical Writings, 1853-1857.
By Margaret Swett Henson
David La Vere, Life Among the Texas Indians: The WPA Narratives.
By T. Lindsay Baker
Paul H. Carlson, Empire Builder in the Texas Panhandle: William HenryBush.
By Donald E. Green
Ron Tyler and Lawrence R. Murphy, editors, The Slave Narratives of Texas.
By T. Lindsay Baker
Lewis F. Fisher, Crown Jewel of Texas: The Story of San Antonio's River.
By Dwight F. Henderson
Lesley Poling-Kempes, Valley of Shining Stone: The Story of Abiquiu.
By Sandra K. Mathews-Lamb
Allan G. Bogue, Frederick Jackson Turner: Strange Roads Going Down.
By Richard Lowitt
Hal K. Rothman, editor, Reopening the American West.
By Shelly C. Dudley
Paul F. Starrs, Let the Cowboy Ride: Cattle Ranching in the American West.
By J. A. Wilson
Leticia M. Garza-Falcón, Gente Decente: A Borderlands Response to the Rhetoric of Dominance.
By Amoldo De Léon
David M. Reimers, Unwelcome Strangers: American Identity and the Turn Against Immigration.
By Valeric M. Mendoza
Gary W. Gallagher, Lee and His Generals in War and Memory.
By James W. Pohl
Affairs of the Association

Issue 2

Cover
Lyndon Johnson, Foreign Policy, and the Election of 1960
By Nicholas Evan Sarantakes
Brazos Canal: Early Intracoastal Navigation in Texas
By Allan D. Meyers
"When Every Town BigEnough toHave a Bank Also Had a Professional Baseball Team": The Game Returns to Austin After World War II
By Alan C. Atchison
Notes and Documents
An Indian Superintendent at the Battle of Valverde: The CivilWar Letters of James L.Collins
Edited byJerry Thompson
Southwestern Collection
Book Reviews
Dale Baum, The Shattering of Texas Unionism: Politics in the Lone Star State During the CivilWar Era.
By Alwyn Barr.
Carl Moneyhon and Bobby Roberts, Portraits of Conflict: A Photographic History of Texas inthe CivilWar.
By Ralph A.Wooster
Paul H. Bergeron, editor, The Papers of Andrew Johnson, Volume 14, April-August 1868.
Paul H. Bergeron, editor, The Papers ofAndreiu Johnson, Volume 15, September 1868-April 1869.

By Randolph B. Campbell
Thomas R. Cole, creator and executive producer, The Strange Demise of Jim Crow: How Houston Desegregated Its Public Accommodations, 1959—1963.
Patsy Cravens, Coming Through Hard Times: An Oral History Video.

By Cary D. Wintz
Jane M. Johansson, Peculiar Honor:AHistory of the 28th Texas Cavalry 1862—1865.
By Terry L. Beckenbaugh
Rod Kennedy, Music from the Heart: Kerrville Folk Festival Founder/Producer Rod Kennedy—The Fifty-Year Chronicle of His Life in Music.
By Jane Manaster
Ty Cashion, Pigskin Pulpit: A Social History of Texas High School Football Coaches.
By Alan C. Atchison
Gail Hughbanks Woerner, Belly Full of Bedsprings: The History of Bronc Riding.
By Bruce Ashcroft
Joseph A. Pratt and Christopher J. Castaneda, Builders: Herman and George R. Brown.
By Fred H. Allison
Christine Preston, photographer; text by Douglas Preston and José Antonio Esquibel, The Royal Road—El Camino Real from Mexico City to Santa Fe.
By Rick Hendricks
A.C. Greene, Sketches from theFive States ofTexas.
By Kent Biffle
Martha Doty Freeman, History of Quintana: ANineteenth-Century Port in Brazoria County, Texas.
By John W. Clark Jr.

Issue 3

Cover
"Comanche Land and Ever Has Been": A Native Geography of the Nineteenth-Century Comanchería.
By Daniel J. Gelo
Texas and the South.
By Walter L. Buenger
Burying White Gold: The AAACotton Plow-Up Campaign inTexas.
By Keith Volanto
Notes and Documents
A Fifteen-Star Texas Flag: A Banner Used at the Time of Secession—February 1861 and March 1861
By Frank Wilson Kiel
Southwestern Collection
Book Reviews
Armando Navarro, The Cristal Experiment: A Chicano Struggle for Community Control.
By Gilberto Quezada
Elena Poniatowska and Richard Payne, Guerrero Viejo.
By William E. Doolittle
Robert H. Jackson, editor, New Views of Borderlands History.
By David Weber
Iris H. W. Engstrand, Richard Griswolddel Castillo, and Elena Poniatowska, Culture Y Cultura: Consequences of the U.S.-Mexican War, 1846— 1848.
By James F. Siekmeier
Robert Ryal Miller, Juan Alvarado: Governor of California, 1836-1842.
By Richard Griswold del Castillo
Michael Krieger, Where Rails Meet the Sea: America's Connections between Ships and Trains.
By Richard V.Francaviglia
Roger Pickenpaugh, Rescue by Rail: Troop Transfer and the Civil War in the West, 1863.
By Daniel E. Sutherland
Steven E. Woodworth, Six Armies in Tennessee: The Chickamauga and Chattanooga Campaigns.
By M. Jane Johansson
Bill Groneman, Battlefields of Texas.
By J'Nell L. Pate
James B. Gardner and Peter S. LaPaglia, editors, Public History: Essays from the Field.
By Cynthia Brandimarte
David M. Horton and Ryan Kellus Turner, Lone Star Justice: A Comprehensive Overview of the Texas Criminal Justice System.
By June Walters
Mody C. Boatwright, Wilson M. Hudson, and Allen Maxwell, editors, Texas Folk and Folklore, 1916—1954: Publications of the Texas Folklore Society XXVI.
By Rollo K. Newsom
Victoria Buenger and Walter L. Buenger, Texas Merchant: Marvin Leonard and Fort Worth.
By Jorge lber
Jay Brigham, Empowering the West: Electrical Politics before FDR.
By Stephen M. Kerbow
S. Charles Bolton, Arkansas, 1800—1860: Remote and Restless.
By Clayton E. Jewett
Tina Juarez, South Wind Come.
By June Walters
Mary Carey, My Three Lives in Headlines.
By Jean A. Stuntz
Hull Cook, 50 Years a Country Doctor.
By Betty Hamilton

Issue 4

Cover
Public Housing for the City as a Whole: The Texas Experience, 1934-1955.
By Robert B. Fairbanks
"On the Train and Gone": Worker Mobility inthe Rural Southwest During World War 11, 1939-1945.
By Charles D. Chamberlain III
When General Albert Sidney Johnston Came Home to Texas: Reconstruction Politics and the Reburial of a Hero.
By Jerry Thompson
Notes and Documents
Frances Trask: Early Texas Educator.
By Dan R. Manning
Southwestern Collection
Book Reviews
Gregg Cantrell, Stephen F. Austin: Empresario of Texas.
By Jaime E. Rodríguez O.
Descendants of Austin's Old Three Hundred, Austin's Old Three Hundred: The First Anglos Colony in Texas.
By Madge Thornall Roberts
T. Lindsey Baker, editor, The Texas Red River Country: The Official Surveys of the Headwaters, 1876.
By Gerald D. Saxon
Keith Guthrie, Raw Frontier: Armed Conflict Along the Texas Coastal Bend, Vol. I.
Thomas Ricks Lindley
David La Vere, The Caddo Chiefdoms: Caddo Economics and Politics, 1700-1835.
By Timothy K.Perttula
Théodore Pavie, Tales of the Sabine Borderlands: Early Louisiana and Texas Fiction, edited by Betje Black Klier.
By Patricia R. Lemée
Albert L.Hurtado, Intimate Frontiers: Sex, Gender, and Culture in Old California.
By Jack Jackson
Joseph G. Dawson III, Doniphan's Epic March: The 1st Missouri Volunteers in the Mexican War.
By Ricardo A.Herrera
Judith N. McArthur and Orville Vernon Burton, A Gentleman and an Officer: A Military and Social History of James B. Griffin's CivilWar.
By R. Blake Dunnavent
Art Burton, Black, Buckskin, and Blue: African-American Scouts and Soldiers on the Western Frontier.
By Joe Leonard Jr.
Earle B.Young, Galveston and the Great West.
By DwightF. Henderson
Earle B. Young, Tracks to the Sea: Galveston and Western Railroad Devlopment, 1866—1900.
By Alan Lessoff
Frederick Wilkins, The LawComes to Texas: The Texas Rangers, 1870-1901.
By Ben Procter
Rick Miller, Sam Bass and Gang.
By John C. Ferguson
Bill O'Neal, A Half Century of Violence in Texas: The Bloody Legacy of Pink Higgins.
By Dick Diamond
Louis Vyhnanek, Unorganized Crime: New Orleans in the 1920s.
By Suzanne L.Summers
Hannibal B. Johnson, Black Wall Street: From Riot to Renaissance in Tulsa 's Historic Greenwood District.
By James Lutzweiler
J. Gilberto Quezada, Border Boss: Manuel B. Bravo and Zapata County.
By Evan Anders
Richard Schroeder, Texas Signs On: The Early Days of Radio and Television.
By J. Kent Calder
Ronald C. Brown with David C. Nelson, Up the Hill, Down the Years: Southwest Texas State University, 1899-1999.
By Light Townsend Cummins
Index
Fellows and Special Members of the Association