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WTHA Publications- Yearbook, volumes 64-70
The West Texas Historical Association Yearbook is published annually.

Volume 64, 1988

  • Smith, Ralph A. "Border Captives": vol. 64: 5.
  • Collins, Michael L. "Big Tree and the Kiowa Red River Raid of 1868": vol. 64: 21.
  • Smith, David P. "Frontier Defense and the Cooke County Raid, 1863": vol. 64: 30.
  • Valek, Wesley K. "August Lieske: A Case Study of the German-Russian Immigrant": vol. 64: 50.
  • Pate, J'Nell. "Livestock Legacy: The Fort Worth Stockyards, 1887-1987": vol. 64: 70.
  • Williams, Dennis. "East Invades West: The Salt Cedar Invasion of the Pecos River and Western Environmental Defense": vol. 64: 79.
  • Belfiglio, Valentine J. "Early Italian Settlers of Tarrant County, Texas": vol. 64: 88.
  • Davis, Kenneth W., & Jodella Kite. "Elmer Kelton Papers in the Southwest Collection, The": vol. 64: 101.
  • Clayton, Lawrence. "Cowboys and Buckaroos: Two Faces of the Same Figure": vol. 64: 107.
  • Boren, Mildred. "James Minus Boren: Pioneer West Texas Cowman": vol. 64: 113.
  • Fisher, B. J. "Military Justice on the Texas Frontier": vol. 64: 123.
  • Nielsen, Soren W. "Ranald S. Mackenzie: The Man and His Battle": vol. 64: 140.
  • Murrah, David, editor. "History in West Texas": vol. 64: 153.

Volume 65, 1989

  • Nance, Joseph Milton. "Flag Incident of the Texan Mier Expedition of 1842-1844, The": vol. 65: 5.
  • Amin, Julius. "Black Lubbock: 1955 to the Present": vol. 65: 24.
  • De Leon, Arnoldo. "Tejano Experience in Six Texas Regions, The": vol. 65: 36.
  • Felker, Mike. "Phantom Lion of Haskell, County, Texas, The": vol. 65: 50.
  • Burton, Bob. "Railroad That Refused to Die: The Gulf, Texas and Western Railway, The": vol. 65: 61.
  • Clayton, Lawrence. "Saga of the Stone Ranch, The": vol. 65: 70.
  • Hayter, Delmar. "Pioneer Women of West Texas in the Early Twentieth Century": vol. 65: 78.
  • Billingsley, William C. "`Beating, Tarring, and Feathering of E. T. McDonald, The’": vol. 65: 93.
  • Myers, James M. "Army Comes to Abilene, The": vol. 65: 101.
  • Denney, Susan G. "Oral Recollections of the January 1918 Blizzard": vol. 65: 111.
  • Kelton, Elmer. "History Versus Fiction: No Real Conflict": vol. 65: 124.
  • Berry, Mrs. John. "Tribute, A": vol. 65: 137.
  • "Ralph A. Smith": vol. 65: 139.
  • Clayton, Lawrence, editor. "History in West Texas": vol. 65: 141.

Volume 66, 1990

  • Elam, Earl. "U.S. Army in the Big Bend and the Battle of Ojinaga, 1913-1914, The": vol. 66: 5.
  • Lamkin, Patricia E. "Black in San Angelo: Relations Between Fort Concho and the City, 1875-1889": vol. 66: 25.
  • Watters, Wes. "Early Educational Experiences of Dr. Rupert N. Richardson, The": vol. 66: 38.
  • McKnight, Joseph W. "Law Without Lawyers on the Hispano-Mexican Frontier": vol. 66: 51.
  • Schultz, Marvin. "Lone Star Justice: Judicial Reform and the Texas Revolution": vol. 66: 66.
  • Buenger, Walter L. "Enduring Problems in the Interpretation of Post Annexation Texas Politics": vol. 66: 77.
  • Williamson, Rana K. "Have You Heard the One About…Texas Drought Humor": vol. 66: 90.
  • Chase, Ralph. "Circle of Wagons, A (An Historical Essay Fostered by the Epidemic of Poliomyelitis at San Angelo, Texas in the Year 1949) ": vol. 66: 98.
  • Carnes, Rebecca. "Borden County Ribbon Wars, The": vol. 66: 108.
  • Parsons, Judith A. "W. B. Mitchell and Highland Herefords": vol. 66: 118.
  • Clark, Robert W. "Thomas A. Hickey: Texas Socialist and Oilman": vol. 66: 129.
  • Jones, Ronald W. "Religion at Texas Tech: Toward the Separation of Church and State": vol. 66: 139.
  • Adams, Michael. "Crossroads on the Dance Floor": vol. 66: 147.
  • Tucker, Albert B. "B Westerns: An Affective History of the West": vol. 66: 155.
  • Clayton, Lawrence, editor. "History in West Texas": vol. 66: 166.

Volume 67, 1991

  • Carlson, Paul H. "Black Sunday--The South Plains Dust Blizzard of April 14, 1935": vol. 67: 5.
  • Pate, J'Nell L. "Marjorie Rogers Morris and the Globe of the Great Southwest in Odessa, Texas": vol. 67: 18.
  • Cutter, Paul. "Trials and Tribulations: Lubbock's Municipal Bands After World War I": vol. 67: 31.
  • Ellison, Ron. "Frontier Ministry of George Webb Slaughter, 1858-1871, The": vol. 67: 45.
  • Nance, Joseph Milton. "Colonel William S. Fisher, Patriot and Soldier of the Republic of Texas": vol. 67: 64.'
  • Carnes, Rebecca. "When Fact Becomes Legend: West Texas Folk Heroes": vol. 67: 84.
  • Clayton, Lawrence. "Nig London, Throckmorton County Cowman": vol. 67: 94.
  • Phillips, Edward Hake. "Life on the Hart Ranches, 1896-1901": vol. 67: 101.
  • Chambers, Clint E. "Using the Testimony of S.E. Stilwell in The United States vs. The State of Texas to Scout the Life of "Jack" Stilwell": vol. 67: 111.
  • Boren, Mildred. "Garza County Murder, A": vol. 67: 122.
  • Kelton, Elmer. "Generational Chauvinism": vol. 67: 130.
  • Clayton, Lawrence, editor. "History in West Texas": vol. 67: 134.

Volume 68, 1992

  • Smith, Ralph A. "Spanish `Piece’ Policy in West Texas, The": vol. 68: 7.
  • Belfiglio, Valentine J. "Public Policy and the Mexican Italians of El Paso County, Texas, 1880-1920": vol. 68: 25.
  • Elam, Earl H. "Columbus and the Historical Consequences of l492 for West Texas": vol. 68: 44.
  • Clayton, Lawrence. "March to Monterrey: The Diary of Lieutenant Rankin Dilworth, The": vol. 68: 55.
  • Crum, Tom. "Camp Cooper, a Different Look": vol. 68: 62.
  • Chambers, Clint E. "S. E. (Jack) Stilwell and the Court-Martial of William H. Beck": vol. 68: 76.
  • Underwood, Jerald. "Vaquero in South Texas, With an Interpretation by John Houghton Allen, The": vol. 68: 93.
  • Tuller, Roger. "Bigamy in the lndian Territory, 1878-1890": vol. 68: 100.
  • Turner, Karen. "Abilene's Minority Population and the 1900 Census": vol. 68: 113.
  • Sanchez, Juan 0. "Walkout Cabrones! The Uvalde School Walkout of 1970": vol. 68: 122.
  • Cutter, Paul F. "Texas Technological College Artist Course: A Cultural Beacon on the Plains of West Texas, 1925-1930, The": vol. 68:134.
  • Bellinghausen, Darlene. "Dora Merrell Stroup: A Panhandle Pioneer": vol. 68: 147.
  • King, C. Richard. "By the Square in Stephenville": vol. 68: 155.
  • Hume, Gladys. "Cattle Brands at the West Texas Rehabilitation Center": vol. 68: 171.
  • Kite, JoDee. "History in West Texas": vol. 68: 177.

Volume 69, 1993

  • Weiner, Robert G. "West Texas and Lubbock Music in the Fifties": vol. 69: 7.
  • Crawford, Henry B. "George W. Singer and Dry Goods Retailing on the West Texas--South Plains Frontier: 1880-1890": vol. 69: 18.
  • Matthews, Jim. "Squarely Fought: Fort Concho and the Campaign Against Victorio, 1880": vol. 69: 34.
  • Neilson, John. "Soldiers and Surgeons: Army Medical Practice at Fort Concho, Texas, 1867-1889": vol. 69: 45.
  • Smith, Bryan L. "Desegregation in West Texas: The United States v. ISD Case": vol. 69: 59.
  • Doherty, Gregory A. "Beginnings of Integration in San Angelo 1. S. D., The ": vol. 69: 74.
  • Romero, Yolanda G. "Adelante Companeros: The Sanitation Worker's Struggle in Lubbock, Texas, 1968-1972": vol. 69: 82.
  • Hartley, Thomas J. "Crow Family of Hamlin, Texas--1940-1945, The": vol. 69: 89.
  • Tull, Dorris Y. "Indians Tried to Buy My Sister, The": vol. 69: 99.
  • Neighbours, Kenneth F. "Louis William Sandusky: A Native Texan": vol. 69: 109.
  • Lowman, Al. "Rancher, The Printer & The Tycoon, The. J. Evetts Haley, Carl Hertzog & Houston Harte on the Trail of West Texas History": vol. 69: 121.
  • Honea, Jacqueline B. "Oklahoma Black Blizzard, April 14, 1935, The": vol. 69: 142.
  • Bellinghausen, Darlene. "Mildred Diller and the Diller Ranch": vol. 69: 151.
  • Clayton, Lawrence. "Graves Peeler and the Longhorn": vol. 69: 157.
  • Kite, JoDee. "History in West Texas": vol. 69: 164.
  • "Recent Publicatons of Interest to West Texans": vol. 69: 168.

Volume 70, 1994

  • Whisenhunt, Donald W. "Art Names: West Texas Showman": vol. 70: 7.
  • Snapp, Henry F. "Pioneer Women in West Texas Skies: Women Air Force Service Pilots of World War II": vol. 70: 19.
  • Martinez, Camilo A. "Vamos Pal Wes; Let's Go West": vol. 70: 40.
  • Gonzales, Raymon. "Lamb County Court House Fight: The Competition Between Olton, Littlefield, and Amherst, The": vol. 70: 57.
  • Pospisil, JoAnn. "Big Bend National Park's Mexican Counterpart: History, Proposals, and Prospects for an International or Companion Park in the Big Bend Area of the Rio Grande": vol. 70: 71.
  • Madrid, Enrique R. "Expedition of Captain Joseph De Ydoiaga to La Junta De Los Dos Rios, 1747-48, The": vol. 70: 88.
  • Hinton, Harwood P. "Life and Death on the Goodnight-Loving Trail": vol. 70: 102.
  • Cashion, Ty. "Life on Government Hill: Fort Griffin Before the Boom": vol. 70: 113.
  • Parker, Mary E. "Hereford College: Soonover in Texas": vol. 70: 126.
  • Dyreson, Mark. "Looking at the Frontier Through the Eyes of Robinson Crusoe and Friday: Images of the Frontier In Western Civilization": vol. 70: 143.
  • Whisenhunt, William B. "Cato Sells and Progressive Indian Health Reform": vol. 70: 157.
  • Dyreson, JoDee, and Freedonia H. Paschall. "Recent Publications of Interest to West Texans": vol. 70: 174.

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