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Charlie Becker

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Annotated bibliography of Brownsville history / George Gause -- The Coahuiltecan legacy of South Texas / Roberto M. Salmon and Juanita Elizondo Garza -- Cihuacoatl is alive and well in Brownsville / George K. Green -- The Valley’s first settlers / told by San Juanita Vela de Lozano to Peter Gawenda -- The watermaidens / told by ‘Jefe’ in the Market Square barbershop, written down by Peter Gawenda -- The Indian maidens / told by Felipe Lozano recorded by Peter Gawenda -- Brownsville’s Santanderino strain / Milo Kearney -- Steamboats on the Lower Rio Grande in the 19th century / Robert B. Vezzetti -- The man-eaters / told by Felipe Lozano in his barbershop, written down by Peter Gawenda -- The black cat / told by Josefa Vela de Lozano, recorded by Peter Gawenda -- The three-master / told by John Garreu on Padre Island, written down by Peter Gawenda -- El perro negro / told by Felipe Lozano in his barbershop, written down by Peter Gawenda -- Desertion on the Rio Grande / Jere C. Light -- The bells of Brownsville / Henry G. Krause, Jr. -- The Espiritu Santo grant / Ruby A. Woolridge -- When the Navy was stationed at Fort Brown / Bruce Aiken -- The Twin Cities: a historical synthesis of the socio-economic interdependence of the Brownsville-Matamoros border community / Antonio N. Zavaleta -- The bagpiper / told by Felipe Lozano in his barbershop, written down by Peter Gawenda -- The devil’s rock / told by Father Dan Laning at a first communion in Mission, Texas, in May 1960, written down by Peter Gawenda -- La curandera / told by Felipe Lozano in his barbershop, written down by Peter Gawenda -- The black mare / told by John Garreau on Padre Island, written down by Peter Gawenda -- Brownsville, model city of Texas in 1879 / contributed by Peter Gawenda -- Brownsville’s public schools one century ago (1875-1905) / Peter Gawenda -- The 1891 Rio Grande Railroad robbery / Ruby A. Woolridge -- A brick-throwing ghost / a newspaper story of 1879, noted by Peter Gawenda -- El pasto de la almas / told by Felipe Lozano in his barbershop, written down by Peter Gawenda -- La abuela / told by Felipe Lozano in his barbershop, written down by Peter Gawenda -- The man with the shovel / told by “Jefe” in the Market Square barbershop, written down by Peter Gawenda -- The Brownsville Raid: a historical assessment / Wally Pierce -- Temple Beth-El, 1931-1981 / Harriet Denise Joseph -- What ever happened to the good old days? / Robert S. Lewis -- The family history of Senator Hector Uribe: a study in Mexican-American heritage / Karen E. LeFevre.

Publication Date

1986

Publisher

Pan American University at Brownsville

City

Brownsville

Disciplines

Anthropology | Economics | Environmental Studies | History | Social History | Sociology | United States History

Comments

Alternative Title: UTB/TSC regional history series ; v.1

Call Number: F394.B88 S88 1986

Copyright Status: In Copyright - Digital Collections Rights and Usage Statement

Location of Original Item: The University of Texas Rio Grande Valley Library

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Studies in Brownsville history

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