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Southwestern Historical Quarterly: Vol. CXXII, No. 4, April 2019

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Southwestern Historical Quarterly

On the cover: Sculptor Gertrude Vanderbilt Whitney poses with The Scout, her portrait of William F. “Buffalo Bill” Cody. Courtesy of Buffalo Bill Center of the West, Cody, Wyoming, USA: P. 69.0517. In this issue of the Southwestern Historical Quarterly, historian Jacob W. Olmstead details the furor that erupted over the prominent placement of the statue at the Texas Centennial celebration in Dallas in 1936. The battles waged in newspaper editorials and the courtroom revealed some of the changing ways Texans identified themselves and their state in the early decades of the twentieth century.


“Un-Southern”: Buffalo Bill, the Texas State Centennial, and Texas’s Western Turn
By Jacob W. Olmstead

Henry Schuhl: The Wayward Rabbi of Dallas’s Temple Emanu-El
By Richard F. Selcer

“Upon No Account Were They to Undertake an Invasion of Mexico”: American Troops and the Third Battle of Ciudad Juárez, June 1919
By John A. Hamilton

Book Reviews

James Burr Harrison Macrae, Pecos River Style Rock Art: A Prehistoric Iconography.
By Timothy K. Perttula

Katherine G. Morrissey and John-Michael H. Warner, eds., Border Spaces: Visualizing the U.S.–Mexico Frontera.
By Kenneth D. Madsen

John Maley, Wanderer on the American Frontier: The Travels of John Maley, 1808–1813.
By Russell M. Lawson

James David Nichols, The Limits of Liberty: Mobility and the Making of the Eastern U.S.–Mexico Border.
By Mark A. Goldberg

A. Wilson Greene, A Campaign of Giants: The Battle for Petersburg.
By Charles Marks

Kristopher A. Teters, Practical Liberators: Union Officers in the Western Theater during the Civil War.
By Jonathan Engel

Robert M. Utley, The Commanders: Civil War Generals Who Shaped the American West.
By William A. Dobak

Tim Lehman, Up the Trail: How Texas Cowboys Herded Longhorns and Became an American Icon.
By Richard W. Slatta

Andrew Gulliford, The Woolly West: Colorado’s Hidden History of Sheepscapes.
By Jen Corrinne Brown

Michael L. Collins, A Crooked River: Rustlers, Rangers, and Regulars on the Lower Rio Grande, 1861–1877.
By George T. Díaz

Thomas C. Bicknell and Chuck Parsons, Ben Thompson: Portrait of a Gunfighter.
By Bob Cavendish

Julian Lim, Porous Borders: Multiracial Migrations and the Law in the U.S.–Mexico Borderlands.
By Sandra I. Enríquez

John Adams Jr., Murder and Intrigue on the Mexican Border: Governor Colquitt, President Wilson and the Vergara Affair.
By Thomas Alter II

T. G. Webb, Battle of the Brazos: A Texas Football Rivalry, a Riot, and a Murder.
By Alan C. Atchison

Gabriela González, Redeeming La Raza: Transborder Modernity, Race, Respectability, and Rights.
By Sonia Hernández

S. Deborah Kang, The INS on the Line: Making Immigration Law on the U.S–Mexico Border.
By Benjamin C. Montoya

Don Graham, Giant: Elizabeth Taylor, Rock Hudson, James Dean, Edna Ferber, and the Making of a Legendary American Film.
By Light Townsend Cummins

Joshua Zeitz, Building the Great Society: Inside Lyndon Johnson’s White House.
By Mark Atwood Lawrence

Kyle Longley, LBJ’s 1968: Power, Politics, and the Presidency in America’s Year of Upheaval.
By Mark Atwood Lawrence

J. Brooks Flippen, Speaker Jim Wright: Power, Scandal, and the Birth of Modern Politics.
By Nancy Beck Young

Published: April 2019