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Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Vol. 126, no. 4
April 2023 of the Southwestern Historical Quarterly featuring these articles:
Francis J. Leazes Jr, “A Portrait of Amos Pollard: The Doctor at the Alamo.”
Rebecca Scofield, “‘Ain’t Nothing Free’: Earning an Education at the Houston Junior Market Steer Auction.”
John Willingham, “Should We ‘Forget the Alamo’? Myths, Slavery, and the Texas Revolution.”
Daniel J. Burge, “Securing the Southwest: The Northern Pursuit of Texas, New Mexico, and California.”
James C. Kearney, “C. H. Waltersdorf’s History of DeWitt County (1900): A Texas German Perspective”(Notes and Documents).