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Review: SOUTHWEST CHRONICLE
Reviewed Works: Mountain Islands and Desert Seas: A Natural History of the U.S.-Mexican Borderlands by Frederick R. Gehlbach; Custom Combining on the Great Plains: A History by Thomas D. Isern; Never in Doubt: A History of Delta Drilling Company by James Presley; Houston: A History by David G. McComb; More Tales from Slim Ellison by Glenn R. "Slim" Ellison; Chaco Canyon: Archaeology & Archaeologists by Robert H. Lister, Florence C. Lister; The Red River in Southwestern History by Carl Newton Tyson; Texas Rhapsody: Memories of a Native Son by Bill Porterfield; Petroleum Politics and the Texas Railroad Commission by David F. Prindle; The Unpretentious Pose: The Work of E. O. Goldbeck, a People's Photographer by Marguerite Davenport
Review by: Lee Milazzo
Vol. 67, No. 2 (SPRING 1982), pp. v-vii, 230-233
Published by: Southern Methodist University
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/43469434
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