July 2016

July 2016 SHQ Cover
Vol No.: 
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Cover: A 1960 photo of a bison at Blackburn Ranch in Taylor County, Texas. This issue of the Southwestern Historical Quarterly includes an unusual history of the iconic American mammal, "An Interesting and Odd Present: Transporting American Bison across the Atlantic in the Eighteenth Century" by Bradley Folsom.  Photo courtesy of Abiline Photograph Collection, Hardin-Simmons University, Abilene, Texas.

Table of Contents: 

Articles

An Interesting and Odd Present: Transporting American Bison across the Atlantic in the Eighteenth Century
By Bradley Folsom

The Silence Is Killing Us: Hate Crimes, Criminal Justice, and the Gay Rights Movement in Texas, 1990–1995
By Christopher Haight

The Lady Makes Boots: Enid Justin and the Nocona Boot Company
By Carol A. Lipscomb

Notes and Documents

The Misplacement of Mission San Francisco de los Tejas in Eastern Texas and Its Actual Location at San Pedro de los Nabedaches
By Robert S. Weddle, Donald E. Chipman, and Carol A. Lipscomb

Southwestern Collection

Book Reviews

Brantley Hightower, The Courthouses of Central Texas.
By Kenneth Hafertepe

Robin Varnum, Álvar Núñez Cabeza de Vaca: American Trailblazer.

By Matthew Babcock

Joy L. Poole, ed., Over the Santa Fe Trail to Mexico: The Travel Diaries and Autobiography of Dr. Rowland Willard.

By Chris Menking

Sam Haynes and Gerald D. Saxon, Contested Empire: Rethinking the Texas Revolution.
By Alex Mendoza

Andrew J. Torget, Seeds of Empire: Cotton, Slavery, and the Transformation of the Texas Borderlands, 1800–1850.
By Alwyn Barr

Nathan A. Jennings, Riding for the Lone Star: Frontier Cavalry and the Texas Way of War, 1822–1865.
By William Yancey

Vicky Adams Tongate, ed., Another Year Finds Me In Texas: The Civil War Diary of Lucy Pier Stevens.
By Robert N. Nelson

Maggie Valentine, John H. Kampmann: Master Builder.
By Robert Krause

Alvin R. Lynn, Kit Carson and the First Battle of Adobe Walls: A Tale of Two Journeys.
By James Blackshear

Bob Alexander, Bad Company and Burnt Powder: Justice and Injustice in the Old Southwest.
By Harold J. Weiss Jr

Houston Faust Mount II, Oil Field Revolutionary: The Career of Everette Lee DeGolyer.
By Kay Goldman

M. J. Morgan, Border Sanctuary: The Conservation Legacy of the Santa Ana Land Grant.
By Andrew C. Baker

Chuck Bailey, Picturing Texas Politics: A Photographic History from Sam Houston to Rick Perry.
By Mark Stanley

Affairs of the Association

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