~ West Texas Historical Association ~

WTHA Publications- Yearbook, volumes 71-76
The West Texas Historical Association Yearbook is published annually.

Volume 71, 1995

  • Francaviglia, Richard V. "Black Diamonds to Black Gold: The Legacy of the Texas Pacific Coal and Oil Company": vol. 71: 7.
  • Wright, Paul. "Work Among Anglos and Hispanics in the Big Bend, 1910": vol. 71: 21.
  • Bielinski, Leo S. "1903 Thurber Coal Miners' Meeting at Rocky Creek Bridge and its Significance in the Southwest Labor Movement, The": vol. 71: 36.
  • Elam, Earl H. "Borden County Cowboy's Letters to His Girl, A": vol. 71: 44.
  • Cantu, Valeriano. "Post Training School: The Result of Two Idealists, The": vol. 71: 59.
  • Chambers, Clint E. "Dora Lynne Stokes: A West Texan's Legacy to the Humanitarian-Idealism of the 1950's and 1960's": vol. 71: 73.
  • Owen, Keith R. "Doans: The Birth and Death of a Frontier Town": vol. 71: 84.
  • Matthews, Jim. "Twice Decorated for Gallantry and Distinguished Conduct: Sergeant William Wilson and the Medal of Honor": vol. 71: 96.
  • Fillingim, David. "Cheatin' Song: A Redneck Blues, The": vol. 71: 106.
  • Weiner, Robert G. "West Texas and Lubbock Music During the Fifties: An Oral History, Part II": vol. 71: 118.
  • Key, Zela Mae Cornelius. Editors, Ellen Ruth Key-Clark & Edward Hake Phillips "West Texas Childhood, A": vol. 71: 127.
  • Skaggs, Jimmy M. "Once Upon a Time in West Texas: Charles J. Finger": vol. 71: 144.
  • Anderson, Allen. "Ballyhooing in West Texas: Memories of a Cowboy Band Alumnus": vol. 71: 157. H.
  • Loftin, Jack. "Presidential Address: A Twentieth Century Chase for the White Buffalo": vol. 71: 174.
  • Dyreson, JoDee, and Freedonia H. Paschall. "Recent Publications of Interest to West Texans": vol. 71: 182.

Volume 72, 1996

  • Cashion, Ty. "Resurrecting the Western Hero: The Case of James A. Brock": vol. 72: 7.
  • Snapp, Harry F. "West Texas Women: A Diverse Heritage and a Succession of Frontiers": vol. 72: 21.
  • Wimberley, Laura Anne. "Woodward or Wagstaff? West Texas Authorship of the Water Priorities Act of 1931": vol. 72: 39.
  • Chambers, Clint. "Fort Sill's Emissaries to the Quahada Comanches on the Staked Plains, 1875": vol. 72: 58.
  • Crum, Tom. "Folklorization of the Battle on Pease River": vol. 72: 69.
  • Means, Joyce E. "Joe Sifter versus Chico Cano: What Really Happened": vol. 72: 86.
  • Tucker, Albert B. "Lost Communities of San Vicente, The": vol. 72: 105.
  • Preuss, Gene B. "Differing Perceptions: Public School Teachers and Mexican Students in Texas, 1910-1930": vol. 72: 119.
  • Wyse, Christie R. "William L. Black and the West Texas Wool Industry": vol. 72: 130.
  • Trolinger, Boyd. "Samuel Thomas "Booger Red" Privett: Cowboy, Showman, and Early Rodeo Pioneer": vol. 72: 142.
  • Davis, Kenneth W. "Fifth Sunday Singing Conventions in Central Texas": vol. 72: 152.
  • Chatham, Russell. "World War I: The Letters of a Country School Teacher to His Girl": vol. 72: 158.
  • Bellinghausen, Darlene. "German Ranchwoman on the Brazos, A": vol. 72: 171.
  • Hale, Duane K. "Ralph A. Smith: Gentleman, Educator, Scholar": vol. 72: 177. 177-192.
  • Elam, Earl H. "Kenneth Franklin Neighbours, `A Texas Original’": vol. 72: 193. 193-200.
  • Rodenberger, Lou H. "Presidential Address: Texas Women Writers and Their `Usable Past’": vol. 72: 201.
  • Dyreson, Jodella K. and Freedonia H. Paschall. "Recent Publications of Interest to West Texans": vol. 72: 209.

Volume 73, 1997

  • Rathjen, Frederick W. "Whither Regional Historical Organization? ": vol. 73: 6.
  • Robertson, Robert. "Texas: La Terre Promise": vol. 73: 11.
  • Griffith, Carolyn. "Folk Architecture on the Griffith Homeplace": vol. 73: 31.
  • Saffell, Cameron L. "From Wagon to Module: New Ways of Handling Harvested Cotton": vol. 73: 46.
  • Dunn, Linda Mason. "Polio, 1946--The Story of One Family's Struggle as Told Through the Eyes of a Mother and Her Daughter": vol. 73: 62.
  • Pospisil, JoAnn. "Waxing and Waning of an Industry: Candelilla Wax's Importance in the Big Bend Region, The": vol. 73: 70.
  • Way, Sarah. "Bartonsite: The Passing of a Town": vol. 73: 83.
  • Wright, Paul. "Life on Both Sides of the Tracks in Early Alpine": vol. 73: 96.
  • Burton, Bob. "Railroad Through Spur, The": vol. 73: 113.
  • Baulch, Joe. "Dogs of War Unleashed: The Devil Concealed in Men Unchained, The": vol. 73: 126.
  • Matthews, James T. "Frontier Commanders in Grey: George Baylor, Alonzo Ridley, and George Madison": vol. 73: 142.
  • Dyreson, JoDee, and Freedonia Paschall. "History in West Texas": vol. 73: 155.

Volume 74, 1998

  • Greene, A. C.  "Captain Wise and Colonel Parker: A Denominational Fight in Early Abilene": vol. 74: 6.
  • Hale, Duane K.  "Riddle of the Big Country’s Stone Maps Remains Unsolved": vol. 74: 15.
  • Becker, John T. "Jack".  "Adaptation, Innovation, and Perseverance: J. P. Morris and the Building of the Rafter-3 Ranch": vol. 74: 34.
  • Bogener, Steve.  "The World Heavyweight Boxing Championship Bout, 1896, at Langtry, Texas": vol. 74: 47.
  • Anderson, H. Allen.   "The Westerner Band and Seldom Inn: Personal Recollections of Lubbock in the Thirties": vol. 74: 57.
  • Chambers, Clint. "'Dear Sam ....' The Letters of an Old Army Scout: Jack Stilwell to Sigmund Schlesinger": vol. 74: 75.
  • Savage, D. Keith.  "Early Record of Big Country Dentistry": vol. 74: 85.
  • Dunn, Linda Mason.  "'There’s No Place Like Home'—West Texas Home Cures and Folk Remedies": vol. 74: 92.
  • Taylor, Donathan.  "Some Living Conditions at Forts in the American Southwest": vol. 74: 104.
  • McGowen, Stanley S.  "Life and Death on the Texas Frontier: Letters of Sidney Green Davidson and Mary Kuykendall Davidson": vol. 74: 112.
  • Matthews, Becky.  "Pearl Nance, A Remarkable Ranchwoman": vol. 74: 122.
  • Duarte-Valverde, Gloria.  "Fort McKavett: from Army Post to Historical Site": vol. 74: 128.
  • Robinson, Scott.  "The Flatland Factor: One Hundred Years  of Imag(in)ing the Llano Estacado": vol. 74: 136.
  • Loving, David.  "H. B. Sanborn and the Bravo Ranch, 1906-1912": vol. 74: 150.
  • Nolte, Elleta.  "The Igo-Kokernot 06-Johnston Ranch": vol. 74: 157.
  • Wingert, Elizabeth.  "The 1880s: Scottish Capital in the American West": vol. 74: 164.
  • Kreidler, Tai.  "The Southwest Collection: 50 Years in the Saddle": vol. 74: 172.
  • Paschall, Freedonia.  "History in West Texas": vol. 74: 180.
  • Boren Sentell, Mildred.  "Another Historical Marker": vol. 74: 188.
  • Aston, B. W.  "Affairs of the Association: 1998 Annual Meeting": vol. 74: 190.
  • Aston, B. W.  "Annual Financial Report of the Executive Director":vol. 74: 192.

Volume 75, 1999

  • Walker, Donald.  "Governor Preston E. Smith": vol. 75: 6.
  • Aston, B. W.  "John D. Windham: Diary of a Frontier Doctor": vol. 75: 18.
  • Tinney, Ed.  "I'll Keep My Children: The Life of Pioneer Educator Noe Lara Camunez": vol. 75: 23.
  • Haggard, Tiffany M.  "West Texas Congressmen and Their Constituents During the First Hundred Days of the New Deal": vol. 75: 32.
  • Hughes, Patrick L.  "West Texas Swing: Roosevelt Purge in the Land of the Lone Star?": vol. 75: 41.
  • Iber, Jorge.  "Bidal Aguero and the El Editor Newspaper: The Varied Roles of a Spanish Surnamed Entrepeneur in a Lubbock, Texas Barrio, 1977-1999": vol. 75: 54.
  • Dickey, Susan Karina.  "The Courthouses of Oscar Ruffini, Architect" vol. 75: 63.
  • Jensen, Robert.  "Lubbock Physicians and Changes in the Doctor-Patient Relationship Since the Advent of Medicare" vol. 75: 73.
  • Nolte, Elleta.  "To Tame a Canyon: The Development of Ransom Canyon": vol. 75: 88.
  • Parker, Mary E.  "A Panhandle First: Amarillo College": vol. 75: 95.
  • Steele, June M.  "Mollie Abernathy: Rancher of the South Plains of West Texas, 1900-1919": vol. 75: 102.
  • Matthews, James T.  "Always in the Vanguard: Patrolling the Texas Frontier with Captain Louis Carpenter and Company H of the Tenth Cavalry": vol. 75: 110.
  • Strong, Eric Emmerson.  "The Lost Treaty of the Black Seminoles": vol. 75: 120.
  • Flynn, Sean J.  "Life-Blood of the Plains: John L. McCarty and the Panhandle Water Conservation Authority" vol. 75: 131.
  • Nanny, Betsy and Lawrence Clayton.  "The Indian Captivity of Anna Metzger": vol. 75: 143.
  • Paschall, Freedonia.  "History in West Texas": vol. 75: 149.
  • Kreidler, Tai.  "Affairs of the Association: 1999 Annual Meeting": vol. 75: 160.
  • Kreidler, Tai.  "Annual Financial Report of the Executive Director": vol. 75: 164.
  • Cashion, Ty, Editor.  "Book Reviews": vol. 75: 170.

Volume 76, 2000

  • Aston, B. W.  "The West Texas Historical Association": vol. 76: 6.
  • Crum, Tom.  "West Texas": vol. 76: 16.
  • Clayton, Lawrence.  "Some Personal Comments on Literature and West Texas": vol. 76: 33.
  • Allison, Fred.  "Lubbock's Most Sensational Murder Case": vol. 76: 40.
  • Wright, Paul.  "Property Ownership in the Early Big Bend": vol. 76: 66.
  • Lindsey, Gary.  "Willard B. Robinson and the National Ranching Heritage Center of Texas Tech University": vol. 76: 91.
  • Pospisil, JoAnn.  "Black Defenders in the American West: 1865 to 1890": vol. 76: 106.
  • Haggard, Tiffany.  "Rural Revolution: South Plains Cotton Farmers and Federal Farm Legislation, 1929-1936": vol. 76: 126.
  • Aday, Lu Ann.  "From Open to Closed Range Ranching in Cochran County, Texas: The History of Old Surratt Territory": vol. 76: 139.
  • Barton, Barbara.  "Richard Franklin Tankersley: Cattleman, Indian Fighter, and Texas Ranger": vol. 76: 153.
  • Ramirez, Abel, Editor.  "Notes and Documents: A Jack Rabbit Drive": vol. 76: 165.
  • Paschall, Freedonia.  "History in West Texas": vol. 76: 175.
  • Kreidler, Tai.  "Affairs of the Association: 2000 Annual Meeting": vol. 76: 194.
  • Kreidler, Tai.  "Annual Financial Report of the Executive Director": vol. 76: 203.
  • Cashion, Ty, Editor.  "Book Reviews": vol. 76: 210.

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