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April 2010

SHQ April 2010 - The Alamo with Señora Candelaria
Vol No.: 
CXIII

Cover: The Alamo with Señora Candelaria
by Verner White

Table of Contents: 

VERNER WHITE: REDISCOVERING A NEGLECTED TEXAS ARTIST
      By James Graham Baker

VAGABONDS ALONG THE SPANISH LOUISIANA-TEXAS FRONTIER, 1769–1803: “MEN WHO ARE EVIL, LAZY, GLUTTONOUS, DRUNKEN, LIBERTINOUS, DISHONEST, MUTINOUS, ETC. ETC. ETC—AND THOSE ARE THEIR VIRTUES”
     By H. Sophie Burton

WHO WAS “CHARMING NELLIE”? A RESEARCH NOTE
      By Richard B. McCaslin

Notes and Documents

TOUCHED WITH A SUNSET: THE LETTERS OF TERRELL MAVERICK AND WALTER PRESCOTT WEBB (PART 4)
Edited By Betty Hannstein Adams

Southwestern Collection

Book Reviews
David Buisseret, Richard Francaviglia, and Gerald Saxon, photographs by Jack W. Graves Jr., Historic Texas from the Air.
BY ELIZABETH CHAPMAN

Galen D. Greaser, comp., New Guide to Spanish and Mexican Land Grants in South Texas.
BY CAROLINA CASTILLO CRIMM

Melodie Cuate, Journey to Goliad.
BY DEBORAH BLOYS HARDIN

William B. Carter, Indian Alliances in the Southwest, 750–1750.
BY JEAN-FRANÇOIS LOZIER

Marilyn H. Fedewa, María of Agreda: Mystical Lady in Blue.
BY PATRICK FOLEY

Robert S. Weddle, The Wrecking of La Salle’s Ship Aimable and the Trial of Claude Aigron.
BY JEAN A. STUNTZ

Timothy J. Henderson, The Mexican Wars for Independence.
BY JESÚS F. DE LA TEJA

Kenneth W. Howell, ed., The Seventh Star of the Confederacy: Texas during the Civil War.
BY REBECCA A. KOSARY

Charles D. Grear, ed., The Fate of Texas: The Civil War and the Lone Star State.
BY ANDREW F. LANG

Philip Caudill, Moss Bluff Rebel: A Texas Pioneer in the Civil War.
BY ANDREW F. LANG

Ginny McNeill Raska and Mary Lynne Gasaway Hill, eds., The Uncompromising Diary of Sallie McNeill, 1858–1867.
BY LINDA ENGLISH

Kevin Adams, Class and Race in the Frontier Army: Military Life in the West, 1870–1890.
BY BOB CAVENDISH

Kyle G. Wilkison, Yeomen, Sharecroppers, and Socialists: Plain Folk Protest in Texas, 1870–1914.
BY THOMAS E. ALTER II

Jeff Patrick, ed., Guarding The Border: The Military Memoirs of Ward Schrantz, 1912–1917.
BY WILLIAM MCWHORTER

Mary Jo O’Rear, Storm over the Bay: The People of Corpus Christi and Their Port.
BY DAVID D. MCCOMB

Edward J. Robinson, The Fight is on in Texas: A History of African American Churches of Christ in the Lone Star State, 1865–2000.
BY SCOTT HOLZER

Darwin Payne, Quest for Justice: Louis A. Bedford Jr. and the Struggle for Equal Rights in Texas.
BY JASON J. MCDONALD

Heidi J. Osselaer, Winning Their Place: Arizona Women in Politics, 1883–1950.
BY SHERRY J. KATZ

Catherine S. Ramírez, The Woman in the Zoot Suit: Gender, Nationalism, and the Cultural Politics of Memory.
BY REBECCA MONTGOMERY

Jim Norris, North for the Harvest: Mexican Workers, Growers, and the Sugar Beet Industry
BY JOSEPH ORBOCK

John O. Baxter, Cowboy Park: Steer-Roping Contests on the Border.
BY RYAN R. SCHUMACHER

Betty Bailey Colley and Jane Clements Monday, The Master Showmen of the King Ranch: The Story of Beto and Librado Maldonado.
BY JAMES B. BARRERA

Vince Bell, One Man’s Music
BY STEPHEN K. DAVIS

Euan Hague, Heidi Beirich, and Edward H. Sebesta, eds., Neo-Confederacy: A Critical Introduction.
BY JAMES E. COUSAR