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SHQ Online Vol 106

07/2002 - 04/2003

Issue 1

Cover
Four Marshallites' Roles in the Passage of the Civil Rights Act of 1964.
By Gail K. Beil
Class and Consensus: Twentieth-Century Mexican American Ideology in Victoria, Texas.
By Anthony Quiroz
A Brief Peace: The Postwar Years of George Sessions Perry.
By Garna L. Christian
Notes and Documents
The History and Modus Operandi of a Small Merchant through two worldwars and the great depression.
By J. Armand Lanier
Southwestern Collection
Book Reviews
Nancy Beck Young, Wright Potman: Populism, Liberalism, and the American Dream.
By Keith J. Volanto
John L. Bullion, In the Boat with LBJ.
By George Slaughter
Michael V. Hazel, The Dallas Public Library: Celebrating a Century of Service, 1901—2001.
By Carlyn Copeland
John A. Adams Jr., Keepers ofthe Spirit: The Corps of Cadets at Texas A&MUniversity, 1876—2001.
By Ethan S. Rafuse
Angela Boswell, Her Act and Deed: Women's Lives in a Rural Southern County, 1837—1873.
By Erika Murr
Janice Woods Windle, Will's War.
By Elizabeth Whitlow
Jim Gramon, Famous Texas Folklorists and Their Stories.
By J. Rhett Rushing
John J. Lefiler, Historical Williamson County: An Illustrated History.
ByJames E. Cousar
Laurie E. Jasinski, Hill Country Backroads: Showing the Way in Comal County.
By Dan K.Utley
Frank G. Anderson Jr. and Edith A. Wakefield, The History of Medicine in Brazos County.
By Chester R. Burns
Anita Higman and Sylvia B. Thompson, A Tribute to Early Texas: Through the Lens of Master Photographer John R. Blocker.
By Ronald W.Wilson
Paul H. Carlson, editor, The Cowboy Way: An Exploration of History and Culture.
Sara R. Massey, editor, Black Cowboys of Texas.

By WilliamD. Carrigan
Linda S. Hudson, Mistress of Manifest Destiny: A Biography of Jane McManus Storm Cazneau, 1807—1878.
By Dallas Cothrum
Douglas V. Meed, The Fighting Texas Navy, 1832— 1842.
By Kim Richardson
C. F. Eckhardt, Texas Smoke: Muzzle-Loaders on the Frontier.
By Kevin R. Young
Bill and Marjorie K. Walraven, Empresarios' Children: The Welders ofTexas.
By James A. Wilson
Regina Beckmann Hurst and Walter D.Kamphoefner, translators, An Immigrant Miller Picks Texas: The Letters of Carl HilmarGuenther.
Lewis F. Fisher, C. H. Guenther and Son at 150 Years: The Legacy of a Texas Milling Pioneer.

By S. M.Duffy
John P. Wilson and Jerry Thompson, editors, The Civil War in West Texas and New Mexico: The Lost Letterbook of Brigadier General Henry Hopkins Sibley.
John P. Wilson, When the Texans Came: Missing Records from the Civil War in the Southwest, 1861—1862.

By Walter F. Bell
Jonathan Beecher, Victor Considerant and the Rise and Fall of French Socialism.
By Roberta Fabiani
David LaVere, Contrary Neighbors: Southern Plains and Removed Indians in Indian Territory.
By Ty Cashion
Erlinda Gonzales-Berry and David R. Maciel, The Contested Homeland: A Chicano History of New Mexico.
By José A.Rivera
Louis Gerard Mendoza, Historia: The Literary Makingof Chicana and Chicano History.
By Cynthia E. Orozco
Milo Kearney and Manuel Medrano, Medieval Culture and the Mexican American Borderlands.
By Elizabeth Makowski
Juan Mora-Torres, The Making of the Mexican Border: The State, Capitalism, and Society inNuevo León, 1848—1910.
ByJosé Roberto Juárez
Mary Ellen Curtin, Black Prisoners and Their World: Alabama, 1865—1900.
By Henry McKiven Jr.
Exhibition Review
Affairs of the Association

Issue 2

Cover
Archeological Investigations at the Battle of Red River Site: New perspectives on the 1874 Indian Campaign in the Texas Panhandle.
By J. Brett Cruse
José Bernardo Gutiérrez de Lara: Caudillo of the Mexican Republic inTexas.
By David E. Narrett
Of Rutabagas and Redeemers: Rethinking the Texas Constitution of 1876.
By Patrick G. Williams
Texans in the Spanish-American War
ByJames M. McCaffrey
Southwestern Collection
Book Reviews
Betje Black Klier, Pavie in the Borderlands.
By Jodella K. Dyreson
Jack Jackson, editor, John Wheat, translator, Texas by Terán: The Diary Kept by General Manuel de Miery Terán on his 1828 Inspection of Texas.
By Stephen L. Hardin
Andrés Tijerina, Tejano Empire: Life on the South Texas Ranchos.
By J. Gilberto Quezado
Gilbert C. Din, Spaniards, Planters, and Slaves: The Spanish Regulation of Slavery in Louisiana, 1763—1803.
By Paul E. Hoffman
Robert H.Jackson, From Savages to Subjects: Missions in the History of the American Southwest.
By Robert E. Wright
Oscar J. Martinez, Mexican-Origin People in the United States: A Topical History.
By Arnoldo De León
Grenville Goodwin and Neil Goodwin, The Apache Diaries: A Father-Son Journey.
By James A. Wilson
Sherry Robinson, Apache Voices: Their Stories of Survival as Told to Eve Ball.
By Bradley J. Birzer
Douglas V. Meed, Texas Ranger Johnny Klevenhagen.
By Ben Procter
Gary W. Gallagher, editor, The Richmond Campaign of 1862: The Peninsula and the Seven Days.
By James W. Pohl
Gary W. Gallagher, Lee and His Army in Confederate History.
By Joseph G. Dawson III
Gary W. Gallagher and Alan T. Nolan, editors, The Myth of the Lost Cause and Civil War History.
By Daniel P. Barr
Jerry Thompson, editor, Civil War in the Southwest: Recollections of the Sibley Brigade.
By James Marten
J. Michael Martinez, William D. Richardon, and Ron McNinch-Su, editors, Confederate Symbols in the Contemporary South.
By James E. Cousar
Ted Tunnell, Edge of the Sword: The Ordeal of Carpetbagger Marshall H. Twitchell.
By Tom Wagy
Emily S. Bingham and Thomas A. Underwood, editors, The Southern Agrarians and the New Deal.
By Stefanie Decker
Paul E.Patterson and Joy Poole, Great Plains Cattle Empire: Thatcher Brothers and Associates (1875—1945).
By James A. Wilson
Larry D. Ball, Ambush at Bloody Run: The Wham Paymaster Robber of 1889. By Paul T. Hietter
George H.Junne Jr., Blacks inthe American West and Beyond—America, Canada,
and Mexico:ASelectively Annotated Bibliography.

By Cary D.Wintz
Dan Flores, The Natural West: Environmental History in the Great Plains and Rocky Mountains.
By David Rich Lewis
Peter E. Palmquist and Thomas Kailbourn, Pioneer Photographers of the Far West: A Biographical Dictionary, 1840— 1865.
ByBill Wright
Durwood Ball, Army Regulars on the Western Frontier, 1848—1861.
By Robert Wooster
David Hamilton Murdoch, The American West: The Invention ofa Myth.
By William H. Goetzmann
Patrick Dearen, Lone Star Heroes Series, Book One: Comanche Peace Pipe.
Patrick Dearen, Lone Star Heroes Series, Book Two: On the Pecos Trail.
Patrick Dearen, Lone Star Heroes Series, Book Three: The Hidden Treasure of the Chisos.

By Elizabeth Archuleta
Grif Stockley, Blood in their Eyes: The Elaine Race Massacres of 1919.
By James M. Smallwood
Thomas E. Alexander, The Stars Were Big and Bright: The United States Army Air Forces and Texas During World War II.
By Fred Allison
Stephen Grant Meyer, As Long as They Don't Move NextDoor: Segregation and Racial Conflict in American Neighborhoods.
By Mary L. Kelley
Francis Edward Abernethy, editor, 2001—A Texas Folklore Odyssey.
By Rollo Newsom
Herbert S. Parmet, George Bush: The Life of a Lone Star Yankee.
By Roger M.O lien
Bonnie Christensen, Woody Guthrie: Poet of the People.
By Gary Hartman
David G. McComb, Travels with Joe: The Life Story of a Historian from Texas, 1917-1993.
By James W. Pohl
Shirley A. Leckie, Angie Debo: Pioneering Historian.
By H. Henrietta Stockel
Janet Mace Valenza, Taking the Waters in Texas: Springs, Spas, and Fountains of Youth.
By Robert L. Reid
John and Deborah Powers, Texas Painters, Sculptors, and Graphic Artists: A Biographical Dictionary of Artists in Texas before 1942.
By Sam Ratcliffe
Darwin Payne, As Oldas Dallas Itself: A History of Lawyers in Dallas, the Dallas Bar Associations, and the City They Helped Build.
By John W. Cram
Amy Bridges, Morning Glories: Municipal Reform in the Southwest.
By Kathyrn Thompson Presley

Issue 3

Cover
Whither Tejano History: Origins, Development, and Status.
By Amoldo DeLeón
Restoring the Oldest Water Right in Texas: The Mission San Juan Acequia of San Antonio.
By José A.Rivera
The Governor and the Bat: Prison Reform during the Oscar B. Colquitt Administration, 1911-1915.
By Paul M. Lucko
The Wiley-Bishop Student Movement: A Case Study in the 1960 Civil Rights Sit-ins.
By Donald Seals Jr.
Southwestern Collection
Book Reviews
Daniel D.Arreola, Tejano South Texas: A Mexican American Cultural Province.
By Michael S. Voder
Guadalupe San Miguel Jr., Tejano Proud: Tex-MexMusic in the Twentieth Century.
By Ornar Valerio-Jiménez
Jacqueline Orsini Dunnington, Our Lady ofNew Mexico.
By Robert E. Wright
David Nathan Johnson, edited by Félix D.Almaráz Jr., Madero in Texas.
By Julie Leininger Pycior
Roberto R. Calderón, Mexican Coal Mining Labor in Texas and Coahuila, 1880—1930.
By Emilio Zamora
Betty Colley and Jane Clements Monday, Tales of the Wild Horse Desert.
By Andrés Tijerina
Lawrence Clayton, Jim Hoy, and Jerald Underwood, Vaqueros, Cowboys, and Buckaroos.
By Jack Jackson
Robert Maberry Jr., Texas Flags.
By Jack Jackson
Martha Menchaca, Recovering History, Constructing Race: The Indian, Black, and White Roots of Mexican Americans.
By Carlos Kevin Blanton
Leslie S. Offutt, Saltillo, 1770-1810: Town and Region in the Mexican North.
By David B. Adams
James N. Leiker, Racial Borders: Black Soldiers Along the Rio Grande.
By Bernadette Pruitt
Gary Brown, Texas Gulag: The Chain Gang Years, 1875—1925
By Paul R. Scott
Dan Murph, Texas Giant: The Life of Price Daniel.
David Richards, Once Upon a Time in Texas: A Liberal in the Lone Star State.

By James E. Cousar
Bernard Rapoport as told to Don Carleton, Being Rapoport: Capitalist with a Conscience.
By George Green
Thomas E. Chavez, Spain and the Independence of the United States: An Intrinsic Gift.
By Robert H. Thonhoff
Stephen D. Engle, Struggle for the Heartland: The Campaign from Fort Henry to Corinth.
By Walter Earl Pittman
Donald C. Simmons Jr., Confederate Settlements in British Honduras.
By Brian R. Dirck
Erika L. Murr, editor, A Rebel Wife in Texas: The Diary and Letters of Elizabeth Scott Neblett, 1852-1864.
By Angela Boswell
Glen Feldman, editor, Reading Southern History: Essays on Interpreters and Interpretations.
By Patricia Gower
Charles B. Dew, Apostles of Disunion: Secession Commissioners and the Causes of the CivilWar.
By Paul A. Levengood
John E. Clark Jr., Railroads in the Civil War: The Impact of Management on Victory and Defeat.
By Steven G. Collins
Jo Ella Powell Exley, Frontier Blood: The Saga of the Parker Family.
By R. Bruce Way
H. Henrietta Stockel, Chiricahua Apache Women and Children: Safekeepers of the Heritage.
By Sandra K. Mathews-Lamb
John Miller Morris, A Private in the Texas Rangers, A. T. Miller of Company B, Frontier Battalion.
By Ty Cashion
Charles M.Robinson III, General George Crook and the Western Frontier.
By Daniel P. Barr
Andreas Reichstein, German Pioneers on the American Frontier: The Wagners inTexas and Illinois.
By Anne Sutherland
Stan Hoig, The Kiowas and the Legend of Kicking Bird.
By Todd Kerstetter
Char Miller, editor, On the Border: An Environmental History of San Antonio.
By Robert Bunting
Alan Taylor, American Colonies.
By Bob Cavendish
J. U. Salvant and David G.McComb, The Historic Seacoast of Texas.
By Lisa M. DeChano
Casey Edward Greene and Shelly Henly Kelly, editors, Through a Night of Horrors: Voices from the 1900 Galveston Storm.
By Nancy Quam-Wickham
Louise S. O'Connor, Tales from the San'tone River Bottom: A Cultural History Volume One: Origins.
By Craig H. Roell
Bob Bowman, First of a Kind: The Building of the Souths First Newsprint Mill.
By James M.Smallwood
Richard E. Prince, Atlantic Coast Line Railroad.
Richard E. Prince, Seaboard Airline Railway: Steam Boats, Locomotives, and History.

By Kregg M. Fehr
Hal K.Rothman, LBJ's Texas White House: "Our Heart's Home."
By Patrick L.Cox
Peter Wild, Donald A. Barclay, and James H. Maguire, editors, Different Travellers, Different Eyes: Artists' Narratives of the American West, 1820—1920.
By William Goetzmann
Patricia Junker, Barbara McCandless, Jane Meyers, John Rohrbach, and Rick Stewart, An American Collection: Works from the Amon Carter Museum.
By Francine Carraro
Brian Kaufman, The Breach.
By Dora Elizondo Guerra

Issue 4

Cover
"God Help Them All and So Must We": Clara Barton, Reverend John Brown, and Drought Relief Efforts, 1886-1887.
By Shirley W. Caldwell
Black Texans and Theater Craft Unionism: The Struggle for Racial Equality.
By Ernest Obadele-Starks
Oscar Wilde Lectures in Texas, 1882.
By Dorothy McLeod Maclnerney, WilliamWarren Rogers, and Robert David Ward
Notes and Documents
"... WillingNever To Go inanother Fight": The Civil War Correspondence of Rufus KingFelder of Chappell Hill.
By Stephen Chicoine
Southwestern Collection
Book Reviews
Jacinto Quirarte, The Artand Architecture of Texas Missions.
By Adán Benavides
Theodore G. Vincent, The Legacy of Vicente Guerrero, Mexico's First Black Indian President.
By Andrew Graybill
Walter Paye Lane, edited by Jimmy L. BryanJr., The Adventures and Recollections of General Walter P. Lane, a San Jacinto Veteran, Containing Sketches of the Texian, Mexican, and Late Wars, with Several Indian Fights Thrown In.
By John Porter Bloom
Richard R. Flores, Remembering the Alamo: Memory, Modernity, and the Master Symbol.
By Arnoldo De León
James L. Haley, Sam Houston.
By Randolph B. Campbell
Thomas Torrans, The Magic Curtain: The Mexican-American Border inFiction, Film, and Song.
By Richard Flores
Franklin Madis, The Taking of Texas: A Documentary History.
By Jack Jackson
Joseph A. Stout Jr., Schemers and Dreamers: Filibustering in Mexico, 1848-1921.
By Irving Levinson
Maria E. Montoya, Translating Property: The Maxwell Land Grant and the Conflict Over Land in the American West, 1840—1900.
By Diana L. Ahmad
Stephen L. Moore, Savage Frontier: Rangers, Riflemen, and Indian Wars in Texas, 1835— 183J.
By Paul R. Scott
Frederick Wilkins, Defending the Borders: The Texas Rangers, 1848-1861.
By Harold J. Weiss Jr.
Kay Parker Schweinfurth, Prayer on Top of the Earth: The Spiritual Universe of thePlains Apache.
By Paul H. Carlson
Lewis Fairchild, The Lonesome Plains: Death and Revival on an American Frontier.
By Byron E. Pearson
Bruce S. Cheeseman, editor, Maria yon Blücher's Corpus Christi: Letters from the South Texas Frontier, 1849— 1879.
By James B. Barrera
William A. Dobak and Thomas D. Phillips, The Black Regulars, 1866-1898.
By J. Aaron Frith
Sharla M.Fett, Working Cures: Healing, Health and Power in Southern Slave Plantations.
By Fay Botham
James L. Rogers, The Story of North Texas: From Texas Normal College, 1890, to the University of North Texas System, 2002.
By Light Townsend Cummins
Diana Davids Olien and Roger M.Olien, Oilin Texas: The Gusher Age, 1895—1945.
By Carl N. Tyson
James Talmadge Moore, Acts of Faith: The Catholic Church in Texas, 1900—1950.
By Anthony Quiroz
Theodore Kornweibel Jr., Investigate Everything: Federal Efforts to Compel Black Loyalty during World War I.
By Lewie Recce
G. Emlen Hall, High and Dry: The Texas-New Mexico Struggle for the Pecos River.
By Shelly Dudley
David J. Schmidly, Texas Natural History: A Century of Change.
By Dwight Henderson
Geronimo Treviño 111, Dance Halls and Last Calls: A History of Texas Country Music.
By Gary Hartman
Lawrence Clayton, photographs by Wyman Meinzer, Contemporary Ranches of Texas.
By James A. Wilson
A. Gabriel Melendez, M. Jane Young, Patricia Moore, and Patrick Pynes, editors, The Multi-Cultural Southwest: A Reader.
By Thomas R. Maddux
Index
Fellows and Special Members of the Association