UTRGV & TSC Regional History Series


Rick Zamorano, Milo Kearney


Coming to the Valley, a poem / Vivian Kearney -- The ghosts of historic Palmito Hill Ranch / Antonio N. Zavaleta -- Against the odds : Dr. Juliet V. García, border educator / Manuel F. Medrano -- Lucile Champion's Brownsville : remembrances of another time / Frank Champion Murphy -- The restored courthouse and Judge Oscar Dancy / Anthony Knopp -- Francesco Voltaggio and the Port Isabel shrimp industry / Virginia Voltaggio Wood -- Mario Barrera : a border success story / Milo Kearney -- Selected figures from the Sierra/Valerio family history / Luciano Valerio Sierra and Amy Sierra Frazier -- The Cisneros family in the history of Raymondville / Ruby Cisneros Casteel -- Historia de la Aduana de Matamoros / V.A. Javier Huerta Castañeda -- The interconnected newspapers of Matamoros, Tamaulipas, and Brownsville, Texas / John Hawthorne and Jessica Guzmán -- The Brownsville city cemetery / Eugene Fernandez -- Arte y cultura en Matamoros / María Luisa Pacheco -- The last battle of the Mexican American War : the United States of America versus the University of Texas at Brownsville and Texas Southmost College / Antonio N. Zavaleta -- A critique of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security and the border wall in the Rio Grande Valley / Terence M. Garrett -- The feminization of political office in Brownsville : the Brownsville City Commission election of 2009 / Gabriela Sosa Zavaleta -- Lost but not found : accommodation in Oscar Casares' Brownsville / Mimosa Stephenson -- Leaving the Valley, a poem / Vivian Kearney.

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Texas Center for Border and Transnational Studies, University of Texas at Brownsville and Texas Southmost College




History--Texas, History--Mexico, Politics & government, Economic & social conditions


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


Alternative Title: UTB/TSC regional history series ; v.9

Call Number: F392.R5 C66 2010

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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