April 2009

April 2009 Cover - Map of the San Jacinto Battleground
Vol No.: 
113

Cover: Map of the San Jacinto Battleground
from Henderson K. Yoakum's
History of Texas from its first settlement in 1685
to its annexation to the United States in 1846

Table of Contents: 

AN ALTERNATIVE POLITICS: TEXAS BAPTISTS AND THE RISE OF THE CHRISTIAN RIGHT, 1975–1985
     BY Blake A. Ellis

FRONTIER OF DISSENT: EL REGIDOR, THE REGIME OF PORFIRIO DÍAZ, AND THE TRANSBORDER COMMUNITY
     By Ana Martinez-Catsam

REASSESSING THE LOCATION OF VINCE’S BRIDGE: CRITICAL PRELUDE TO THE BATTLE OF SAN JACINTO
     By C. David Pomeroy Jr.

SOUTHWESTERN COLLECTION

BOOK REVIEWS

Gary Hartman, The History of Texas Music.
BY STEPHEN DAVIS

Roberto M. Treviño and Richard V. Francaviglia, editors, Catholicism in the American West: A Rosary of Hidden Voices.
BY PATRICK FOLEY

Bruce A. Glasrud and Merline Pitre, editors, Black Women in Texas History.
BY SCOTT HOLZER

Irwin Tang, editor, Asian Texans: Our Histories and Our Lives.
BY MARY L. KELLEY

Richard Flint, No Settlement, No Conquest: A History of the Coronado Entrada.
BY DONALD E. CHIPMAN

Gloria Fraser Giffords, Sanctuaries of Earth, Stone, and Light: The Churches of Northern New Spain, 1530–1821.
BY JESÚS F. DE LA TEJA

H. Sophie Burton and F. Todd Smith, Colonial Natchitoches: A Creole Community on the Louisiana-Texas Frontier.
By FRANCIS X. GALAN

Marshall E. Kuykendall, They Slept upon Their Rifles.
By JODY EDWARD GINN

John R. McLean, editor, Voices from the Goliad Frontier.
By CAROLINA CASTILLO CRIMM

Raúl Ramos, Beyond the Alamo: Forging Mexican Ethnicity in San Antonio, 1821–1861.
By GILBERTO HINOJOSA

Mary Jane Gentry, The Birth of a Texas Ghost Town: Thurber, 1886–1933.
BY KEVIN M. BRADY

Casey Walsh, Building the Borderlands: A Transnational History of Irrigated Cotton along the Mexico-Texas Border.
BY JANE MANASTER

Ellen Buie Niewyk, Jerry Bywaters, Lone Star Printmaker: A Study of His Printing Notebook with a Catalogue of His Prints and a Checklist of His Illustrations and Ephemeral Works.
BY AL LOWMAN

Evelyn Barker, A Texas Journey: The Centennial Photographs of Polly Smith.
BY DAN K. UTLEY

William Roger Holman, The Orphans' Nine Commandments: A Memoir.
By HEATHER K. MICHON

Ronald L. Davis, Mary Martin, Broadway Legend.
BY BRENDA JACKSON-ABERNATHY

David Welling, Cinema Houston: From Nickelodeon to Megaplex.
BY RON BRILEY

Gary A. Keith, Eckhardt: There Once Was a Congressman from Texas.
BY JEFFREY A. JOHNSON

Ruth Lance Wester and June Proctor, Ropin’ the Dream: The Story of the Ken Lance Sports Arena, 1964–1994.
BY COURT CARNEY

David Roybal, Taking on Giants: Fabián Chávez Jr. and New Mexico Politics.
BY SEAN P. CUNNINGHAM

John W. Storey and Mary L. Kelley, editors, Twentieth-Century Texas: A Social and Cultural History.
BY JAMES B. BARRERA

Steve Bickerstaff, Lines in the Sand: Congressional Redistricting in Texas and the Downfall of Tom DeLay.
BY JAMES E. COUSAR

INDEX