UTRGV & TSC Regional History Series


Milo Kearney


Resaca, a poem / Josie Mixon -- Matamoros before the Texas Revolution : becoming Mexico’s pivitol port city on the northern frontier / Craig H. Roell -- The Great Sequoyah Mystery : a cover-up that stretched from the Cumberland Mountains to the Rio Grande Delta (and into Mexico) / Don Clifford -- Immigration to South Texas, 1850-1900 / Thomas Daniel Knight -- Cattle barons and the creation of an empire : a case study of the expansion of the Kennedy Ranch of South Texas / Elmer Sierra, William Yaworsky, and Amy Frazier -- A history of the Brownsville Police Department in the Nineteenth Century / Noel Otu -- Rio boots / Ruby Cisneros Castell -- El sexenio del general Manuel Avila Camacho en Matamoros, 1940-1946 / Rosaura Davila -- Crecimiento industrial y calidad de vida en Reynosa, Tamaulipas / Cirila Quintero Ramirez -- An experiment assessing attitudes on immigrants and immigration among U.S. college students : a comparison of students in the Rio Grande Valley to those in Northeastern Pennsylvania / Jessica Lavariega Monforti, Adama McGlynn, and Ana Belen Franco -- White pelicans at dawn / Lyon Rathbun -- The sheriffs of Cameron County / Norman Rozeff -- The origin of the Belden Trail / Anthony Knopp -- Mujeres y violencia en la frontera ‘olvidada’ / Guadalupe Correa-Cabrara -- Alienation vs. Community at Portway Baptist Church / Mimosa Stephenson -- Echoes of ancient language in Spanish of South Texas / George Green -- Contrabando por amor : shooting Mexican movies in the Rio Grande Valley / Rogelio Agrasanchez -- A rapid ethnographic assessment of Brownsville-Matamoros concerning the development of a Palo Alto National Historic Battlefield site / Antonio Zavaleta -- Recuerdo cemetery inscriptions and memorial language in Brownsville, Texas / Sheila Dooley -- The geographic distribution of ghost tales in the Rio Grande Valley / Milo Kearney and Ninfa Burgos-Kohler -- Delta lake, a poem / Josie Mixon.

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Texas Center for Border and Transnational Studies, The 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.12

Call Number: F392.R5 S74 2014

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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