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Southwestern Historical Quarterly: Vol. CXXIII, No. 2, October 2019


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Southwestern Historical Quarterly


Published since 1897, Southwestern Historical Quarterly is the oldest continuously published scholarly journal in Texas, bringing the latest research in Texas history to a wide audience of history lovers and scholars. The Quarterly also regularly publishes edited and annotated historical documents.

Published 2019


Table of Contents

Articles


The Armstrong Ranch: Establishing and Preserving a Legacy
By Sarita A. Hixon

The Last Populist: Populism, Modernity, and the Consequential Career of Henry Lewis Bentley (1847–1933)
By Gregg Cantrell

The Development of TCU Football and the Construction of TCU Stadium: Building Community and Establishing Legitimacy, 1896–1930
By Benjamin Downs, Patrick Tutka, Chad Seifried, Cameron Dean

Book Reviews


Links to the Past: The Hidden History on Texas Golf Courses by Dan K. Utley, Stanley O. Graves
By Nancy Baker Jones, Art Stricklin

Historic Homes of Waco, Texas by Kenneth Hafertepe
By Allen Lea

The San Saba Treasure: Legends of Silver Creek by David C. Lewis
By David M. Williams

Secrets of the Dirt: Uncovering the Ancient People of Gault by Mary S. Black
By Mariah Wade

Are We Not Foreigners Here: Indigenous Nationalism in the U.S.–Mexico Borderlands by Jeffrey M. Schulze, and: Native but Foreign: Indigenous Immigrants and Refugees in the North American Borderlands by Brenden W. Rensink
By Jamie Starling

Color Coded: Party Politics in the American West, 1950–2016 by Walter Nugent (review)
By Patrick Cox

Black Americans and the Civil Rights Movement in the West ed. by Bruce A. Glasrud, Cary D. Wintz
By Dolph Briscoe IV

African Americans in Central Texas History: From Slavery to Civil Rights ed. by Bruce A. Glasrud, Deborah M. Liles
By Merline Pitre

Every Nation Has Its Dish: Black Bodies and Black Food in Twentieth-Century America by Jennifer Jensen Wallach
By Rebecca Sharpless

Texas Women and Ranching: On the Range, at the Rodeo, and in Their Communities ed. by Deborah M. Liles, Cecilia Gutiérrez Venable
By Diana M. Vela

The Women of Smeltertown ed. by Marcia Hatfield Daudistel, Mimi R. Gladstein
By Tiffany Jasmin González

The Whole Damn Cheese: Maggie Smith, Border Legend by Bill Wright
By Leah LaGrone Ochoa

Wild Rose: The Life and Times of Victor Marion Rose, Poet and Historian of Early Texas by Louise O’Connor
By Laura Lyons McLemore

Preserving German Texas Identity: Reminiscences of William A. Trenckmann, 1859–1935 ed. by Walter L. Buenger, Walter D. Kamphoefner
By James C. Kearney

Texas and World War I by Gregory W. Ball
By Lila Rakoczy

The Texas Rangers in Transition: From Gunfighters to Criminal Investigators, 1921–1935 by Charles H. Harris III, Louis R. Sadler
By Chuck Parsons

Managed Migrations: Growers, Farmworkers, and Border Enforcement in the Twentieth Century by Cristina Salinas
By John Weber

Bulldozer Revolutions: A Rural History of the Metropolitan South by Andrew C. Baker
By Paul J. P. Sandul