restricted access   Volume 121, Number 3, January 2018

Table of Contents

For the Good of the Party: John Nance Garner, FDR, and New Deal Politics, 1933–1940

pp. 254-282
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An Unequal Right to Bear Arms: State Weapons Laws and White Supremacy in Texas, 1836–1900

pp. 284-303
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Notes and Documents

"This Fateful Revolution": Letters of a German-Texan Unionist, 1862–1863

pp. 304-315
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Southwestern Collection

pp. 317-329
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Book Reviews

The Nueces River: Río Escondido by Margie Crisp (review)

pp. 331-332
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Río: A Photographic Journey down the Old Río Grande ed. by Melissa Savage (review)

pp. 332-333
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Postcards from the Sonora Border: Visualizing Place through a Popular Lens, 1900s–1950s by Daniel D. Arreola (review)

pp. 333-335
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Picturing Indian Territory: Portraits of the Land that Became Oklahomaed. by B. Byron Price (review)

pp. 335-336
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Whither the Waters: Mapping the Great Basin from Bernardo de Miera to John C. Fremont by John L. Kessell (review)

pp. 336-338
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General Alonso de León's Expeditions into Texas, 1686–1690 ed. by Lola Orellano Norris (review)

pp. 338-339
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Arredondo: Last Spanish Ruler of Texas and Northeastern New Spain by Bradley Folsom (review)

pp. 339-340
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Single Star of the West: The Republic of Texas, 1836–1845 eds. by Kenneth W. Howell and Charles Swanlund (review)

pp. 340-342
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Civil War in the Southwest Borderlands, 1861–1867 by Andrew E. Masich (review)

pp. 342-343
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Altogether Fitting and Proper: Civil War Battlefield Preservation in History, Memory, and Policy by Timothy B. Smith (review)

pp. 343-344
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Death on the Lonely Llano Estacado: The Assassination of J. W. Jarrott, a Forgotten Hero by Bill Neal (review)

pp. 345-346
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Graham Barnett: A Dangerous Man ed. by James L. Coffey, Russell M. Drake, and John T. Barnett (review)

pp. 346-347
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Ten Dollars to Hate: The Texas Man Who Fought the Klan by Patricia Bernstein (review)

pp. 347-348
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The Red River Bridge War: A Texas-Oklahoma Border Battle by Rusty Williams (review)

pp. 349-350
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Bulwark against the Bay by Mary Jo O'Rear (review)

pp. 350-351
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Caesar Kleberg and the King Ranch by Duane M. Leach (review)

pp. 351-352
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Blood Oranges: Colonialism and Agriculture in the South Texas Borderlands by Timothy Paul Bowman (review)

pp. 353-354
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From South Texas to the Nation: The Exploitation of Mexican Labor in the Twentieth Century by John Weber (review)

pp. 354-355
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Corazón de Dixie: Mexicanos in the U.S. South Since 1910 by Julie M. Weise (review)

pp. 356-357
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Divided We Stand: The Battle over Women's Rights and Family Values That Polarized American Politics by Marjorie J. Spruill (review)

pp. 357-359
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